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American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1950 - Honorable Mention
"Cincinnati Movie Club is producing a motion picture glamorizing the nursing profession. Had it been done for the hospitals by commercial professionals, the production would have cost more than $25,000. The film, 'Deed To Happiness,' is designed to promote interest in nursing among high school girls and alleviate the shortage of nurses in hospitals of Greater Cincinnati and Southwestern Ohio. Prints of the full color motion picture, with narration by Howard Chamberlain of VLW, are to be sold at cost to Cincinnati hospitals and screened in high schools." The Cincinnati Inquirer, May 22, 1949, 95.
Referenced with the title Deed of Happiness as well as Deed to Happiness.
Mentioned in: The Cincinnati Inquirer, May 22, 1949, 95; The Cincinnati Inquirer, Feb. 5, 1950, 99; and The Cincinnati Inquirer, April 7, 1957, 135.
An online profile of Hayden MacMillan Huffman (1912-1973) includes an image from the production of this film.
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