Our Mr. Sun is a one-hour American 1956 television film in Technicolor written, produced, and directed by Frank Capra. It is a documentary that explains how the Sun works and how it also plays a huge part in human life. It was first televised by CBS in 1956. The film starred Frank Baxter as "Dr. Research", and Eddie Albert as "the writer", the other recurring character in The Bell Laboratory Science Series. Marvin Miller voiced the animated sun. Sterling Holloway, who was uncredited, voiced an animated version of chlorophyll. The film marked the last project of Lionel Barrymore, who played the voice of Father Time. It was first shown on television two years after Barrymore's death. Our Mr. Sun, and a companion film Hemo the Magnificent (about blood circulation), were popular favorites for showing in school science classrooms. The film is currently packaged on DVD with another Frank C. Baxter film The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays (1957).
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