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Bruno Bettelheim : part 1 The Man Who Cared for Children
'I had fantasies about murdering women, dismembering them ... I was crazy and would have spent the rest of my life in a mental institution. Bettelheim saved my life.'
(SANDY LEWIS , Financier)
Bruno Bettelheim is widely recognised as one of the great psychologists of our time. His major achievement has been to rescue some of the most untreatable children it is possible to imagine. Many of them recovered and today live full and satisfying lives. Bettelheim talks about his work, and former patients describe how he helped them rebuild their lives. One of them is Sandy Lewis , the financier who masterminded the biggest deal in Wall Street's history.
Narrator Paul Daneman Film editor ROBERT MERCHANT Written and produced by MICHAEL BARNES
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Unknown: Bruno Bettelheim
Unknown: Sandy Lewis
Unknown: Bruno Bettelheim
Unknown: Sandy Lewis
Narrator: Paul Daneman
Produced By: Michael Barnes
Editor: Robin Brightwell

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