An animated cartoon, warning parents to immunised their children against Diptheria
DIPTHERIA IMMUNISATION - Short trailer film
A bright star star shines in the sky. Cut to baby sleeping in a crib. The baby wakes and crawls across the bedroom. As he crawls he grows slightly and eventually stands and chases a butterfly. In a graveyard, an evil looking skeleton wearing a black cape crushes the butterfly. The crawls towards the skeleton but a white flash crosses the screen and the skeleton fades away.
The voice-over warns us that Diptheria claims many babies lives each year, and the only way parents can protect their children from the fatal attack is by immunisation.
End Title: Immunisation. Every child should be immunised before he is one year old.
NB: item was originally part of Gazette issue 47/85.