Let there be light

Shows the treatment of combat neuropsychiatric patients in a U.S. Army hospital. Demonstrates narcosynthesis, hypnosis, and psychiatric therapy for individuals and for groups.

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Corporate Authors: United States. Department of the Army.
Hollywood's Attic (Firm)

United States. Army Pictorial Service.
Other Authors: Huston, John, 1906-1987. (Director)
Format: Movie VHS
Language:English
Published:Burbank, Calif. : Hollywood's Attic [1996]
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245 0 0 |a Let there be light  |h [videorecording] /  |c the United States Army presents PMF 5019. 
260 |a Burbank, Calif. :  |b Hollywood's Attic  |c [1996] 
300 |a 1 videocassette (ca. 60 min.) :  |b sd., b&w ;  |c 1/2 in. 
538 |a VHS. 
508 |a Produced by Army Pictorial Service, United States Army Signal Corps; directer, John Huston; writers, John Huston and Charles Kaufman; photography, Stanley Cortez ... [et al.]; narration, Walter Huston; music, Dmetri Tiomkin. 
500 |a Originally issued as motion picture in 1948. 
520 |a Shows the treatment of combat neuropsychiatric patients in a U.S. Army hospital. Demonstrates narcosynthesis, hypnosis, and psychiatric therapy for individuals and for groups. 
650 0 |a Military psychiatry. 
650 0 |a Military hospitals  |z United States. 
650 0 |a War neuroses. 
650 0 |a Documentary films. 
700 1 |a Huston, John,  |d 1906-1987.  |4 drt 
710 1 |a United States.  |b Department of the Army. 
710 2 |a Hollywood's Attic (Firm) 
710 1 |a United States.  |b Army Pictorial Service. 
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852 8 0 |b MAIN STOR  |h VIDEOCASS  |i T-1960