JOURNEY FOR THREE
- NFU Picture/Sheet No.
- Technical details
B&W, 50 minutes, 35mm, 4,282 ft.
Film Censor's Certificate No. U20966 (10 March 1950)
Cat. Refs. 1951 p.35; 1956 p.52; 1957 p.64; 1958 p.64; 1962 p.66.
A film made with the assistance of men of the Public Works Hydro Construction Camp, Lake Pukaki, mountain guides of the Department of Tourist and Health Resorts and many recent immigrants to New Zealand, including MARGARET McNULTY as MARGARET ALLEN STEWART PILKINGTON as HARRY WHITE ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG as CASSIE McLEOD and FRANCIS RENNER as THE FOREMAN
Camera.. RANDAL BEATTIE
Sound ROBERT ALLEN
Supervision CYRIL MORTON GEOFFREY SCOTT ROBERT SHENNAN
AssistantsCamera.. BRIAN BRAKE
Direction.. PETER ALCOCK
Continuity.. BETTY McKINNON
Processed by the N.Z. NATIONAL FILM UNIT LABORATORIES
Music composed by DOUGLAS LILBURN and played by the NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Produced by STANHOPE ANDREWS
Directed by MICHAEL FORLONG
- Viewing copies
35mm film- R.1 200,326 (ex Print)
35mm film-R.2 200,327 (ex Print)
35mm film-R.3 200,323 (ex Negs.)
35mm film-R.4 200,324 (ex Negs.)
35mm film-R.5 200,325 (ex Negs.) JOURNEY FOR THREE (SHORTENED VERSION)
VHS BITC (Preview copy)- BITC 303
Story film of three British immigrants settling in New Zealand - their reactions to their new country, and its reactions to them. Splendid town and country scenes as backgrounds to their adventures and misadventures. Exciting rescue of injured climber in the magnificent mountain setting of New Zealand's Southern Alps.
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