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Captain Scott goes snowblind: actor John Mills relates his experience of temporary blindness while making Scott of the Antarctic
Actor John Mills tells us about his experience of temporary blindness while playing the heroic lead role in 1948's Scott of the Antarctic. Mills went three days without vison, before making a full recovery. He goes on to explain the work of the Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) and how they supported blind and visually-impaired people during that period.