NEW ZEALAND MIRROR No. 24 (Mark 2)

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Year

1954

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Unknown/None

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Unknown type, XX minutes

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(Two-reel version for British release) Cat. Ref. 1956 p.16-17. B&W 9 mins. 35mm 820 ft. CANTERBURY PLOUGHMAN. 130 ft. On low-lying farms near Kaiapoi, teams of plough horses more than hold their own against tractors. DRIVE-IN FISHERMEN. 120 ft. Comedy item of trout-fishing in Lake Rotorua from an amphibious jeep. ALPINE FLIGHT. 385 ft. From Christchurch sight-seers make a scenic flight around the great peaks of the Southern Alps, over the famous Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers, on over the lovely Southern Lakes to the majestic fiordland scenery of Milford Sound, and back over the farmlands of the Canterbury plains. HIGH PRESSURE AT WAIRAKEI. 154 ft. Scientists set up gear to test steam pressures when the new 2000 ft. deep geothermal steam bore is blown. At great pressure, dry steam roars high into the air. NO RANDOM HARVEST

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