PICTORIAL PARADE No. 2

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Year

1952

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

"PP2"

Length

B&W, 8.5 minutes

Viewing copies

VHS Video- R.V. 202 16mm film- W3589/16PP2 BITC VHS- BITC 271

Full Description

B&W 8 mins. 35mm 769 ft. FOUR FLYING FOSSILS - TUATARAS TAKE A TRIP134 ft FAMILY AFFAIR - EIGHT R.S.A. BROTHERS RUN WHANGAREI FIRM160 ft THE GEOTHERMAL BORES & SIR JOHN COCKCROFT'S VISIT432 ft Film Censor's Certificate No. U27763 (16 December 1952) Release Date: 26.12.52 NFU Film Information Sheet No. PP2 Cat. Refs. 1953-S p.4; 1956 p.24; 1957 p.28; 1958 p.23; 1962 p.25. B&W 8 mins. 35mm 769 ft. FOUR FLYING FOSSILS 134 ft. Young and old specimens of the tuatara lizard, one of the world's most ancient creatures; and the despatch by air of four tuataras to the zoos of London, New York, Chicago, and San Diego. FAMILY AFFAIR. 160 ft. Eight returned servicemen brothers have pooled their knowledge and resources in a large construction and contracting business. THE GEOTHERMAL BORES. 432 ft. Karapiti Blowhole, and the steam bores and equipment at Wairakei. Sir John Cockroft visits the Wairakei site, and at Te Teko a bore is opened to test natural steam resources for possible use in the great Murupara pulp and paper project. Viewing copies : VHS Video- R.V. 202 16mm film- W3589/16PP2 BITC VHS- BITC 271 POWER PROGRESS 1951

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