POWER FROM THE RIVER

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Year

1947

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

Unknown/None

Length

B&W, 23 minutes

Viewing copies

VHS Video- R.V. 645 35mm film- R.1 200,317 35mm film-R.2 200,318 35mm film-R.3 200,319 VHS Video (Preview Tape)- BITC 62

Full Description

B&W 23 mins. 35mm 2,054 ft. Film Censor's Certificate No. U14505 (12 May 1947) Cat. Refs. 1951 p.30; 1956 p.43; 1957 p.52; 1958 p.52; 1962 p.68; 1967-68 p.38. B&W 23 mins. 35mm 2,054 ft. New Zealand's longest river, the Waikato, flows from the famous trout waters of Lake Taupo and on through rich farmlands to the sea. Cities, towns and vast man-made forests line its banks, and a chain of hydro-electric stations draw power from the river to light and heat the factories and farms of New Zealand's North Island. Viewing copies : VHS Video- R.V. 645 35mm film- R.1 200,317 35mm film-R.2 200,318 35mm film-R.3 200,319 VHS Video (Preview Tape)- BITC 62

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