NEW ZEALAND MIRROR No. 27

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Year

1959

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(One-reel version for New Zealand release) Cat. Ref. 1962 p.24. B&W 10 mins. 35mm 939 ft. SHARK FISHING. 317 ft. A pair of shark boats go down a Northland mangrove creek to the Kaipara Harbour to make a good catch. At a factory, vitamin oil is extracted from the shark livers. DUTCH EASTER. 124 ft. Dutch settlers hide gaily painted eggs for children to find on Easter Day. ARTIST IN NORTHLAND. 498 ft. Artist Eric Lee-Johnson is seen making a pictorial record of Northland people, scenes, and historic buildings such as the homestead of Judge Manning, and other buildings of the period, and then we visit an exhibition of his paintings. NEW ZEALAND MIRROR No. 28

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