ONE MAN'S STORY
Â©[not cited]; an Horizon Unit production; in association with the Film Producers Guild; [end] a Central Office of Information film; made for the Foreign Office
Story of the life's work of Dr. G.C.M. McGonigle, Medical Officer of Health for Stockton-on-Tees, from 1924-1939, giving a picture of the duties of every Health Officer. The following statement regarding the film appears after the opening credits: 'In the United Kingdom there are 750 Medical Officers of Health. each one is a local government official, appointed by the freely elected council of each area to be responsible for the health of the local community. This is the story of one man's work for the general good.'
Story of the life's work of Dr. G.C.M. M'Gonigle, Medical Officer of Health for Stockton-on-Tees, from 1924-1939, giving a picture of the duties of every Health Officer.
The opening credits include the following statement: 'Except for Dr. M'Gonigle, all characters are fictitious, and no portrayal represents an actual person either living or dead. We wish to thank the citizens and the council members of Stockton-on-Tees for playing these parts.' Dr H.J. Peters, who is credited as co-operating with Max Munden on the writing of the film, was the Stockton-on-Tees Medical Officer of Health.