Doctor Woman: The Life and Times of Dr. Elizabeth Bagshaw

Doctor Woman: The Life and Times of Dr. Elizabeth Bagshaw

| 28 min
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Elizabeth Bagshaw was a forerunner of the women's movement. As one of the first women to practise medicine in Canada, she had to overcome society's bias against women in medicine. During her seventy-year career she helped to instigate change in public opinion on that issue, as well as the issue of birth control. The film captures the personality of this remarkable woman through a contemporary interview and re-enactments of episodes from her youth. The sepia tones of the re-enactments are in keeping with the film techniques of the time, giving the viewer a strong sense of the period. The film is of special interest to persons interested in the evolution of women's roles in Canadian society.

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Credits
  • director
    Mark McCurdy
  • cinematography
    Mark McCurdy
  • writing
    Nancy C. Johnson
    Kem Murch
  • editor
    Conrad Kugler
    Mark McCurdy
  • music composer
    Mickey Erbe
  • voice
    Elaine Caulder
  • narration
    Elaine Caulder
  • re-recording
    Doug MacPherson
  • producer
    Beryl Fox
    Nancy C. Johnson
  • executive producer
    Don Hopkins