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Private McGillicuddy's guts are literally 'tied in knots'.Commandments for Health (5 film series)
1945 / 5:00–6:00 min.
Hugh Harman Productions for the U.S. Navy
Sound, black-and-white.

Bibliography

Richard Graham, Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s-2000s (New York: Harry Abrams, 2011).

Michael Rhode, “ ‘She may look clean, but...’: Cartoons played an important role in the military's health-education efforts during World War II,” Hogan’s Alley 8 (Fall 2000) https://www.academia.edu/2910796/She_may_look_clean_but..._Cartoons_played_an_important_role_in_the_militarys_health-education_efforts_during_World_War_II.

Cord A. Scott, Comics and Conflict: Patriotism and Propaganda from WWII through Operation Iraqi Freedom (U.S. Naval Institute, 2014).

Charles Solomon, Enchanted Drawings: The History of Animation (New York: Random House, 1994).

Thomas H. Sternberg, M.D., Ernest B. Howard, M.D., Leonard A. Dewey, M.D., & Paul Padget, M.D., Preventive Medicine in World War II, Vol. 5: Communicable Diseases; Chapter 10: Venereal Diseases http://history.amedd.army.mil/booksdocs/wwii/communicablediseasesV5/chapter10.htm.

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