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The Winged Scourge featuring the Seven Dwarfs














Here's a fine Walt Disney Production from 1943 about the Anopheles genus of mosquitos and how it transmits the Plasmodium parasite from human to human. Our heros in this "motion picture" are the seven dwarfs who use a variety of methods to eliminate the "winged scourge." One not-so-green method is to spray oil in the water areas Anopheles breeds in. Another, is to spray the poison Paris Green in their breeding environment.

"That-a-boy Dopey! Kill her good and dead!"
 
 

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  1. Ha, ha! What a great film! I love old Disney movies. But it's so sad that, after 66 years, malaria still brings sickness and misery to millions of people around the world...
 
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