Stresses the biological normalcy of human reproduction. Models and animated drawings are used to describe the anatomy and physiology of the reproductive organs of men and women. Attention is also focused on the process of human birth. McGraw-Hill 1947 Sound 20 Minutes Health Education Series. Synopsis : A factual film on the human reproductive systems and on the process of normal human birth. Models and animated drawings are used throughout the film to describe the anatomy and physiology of the individual reproductive organs of both men and women. The growth, eruption and disposition of the unfertilized female egg is shown and the process of menstruation is illustrated and explained. The film then takes up the functions of the male organs in the reproduction process. The body mechanics of the delivery process are explained and illustrated by means of animated drawings. Throughout, the film stresses the biological normalcy of reproduction, and in its conclusion emphasizes the importance of clear, objective familiarity with these facts as important to the success of marriage and parenthood.
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