THE RECORD BUSINESS

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Year

1970

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

"PP232"

Length

B&W, 13.5 minutes

Viewing copies

16mm film- W3589/16PP232

Full Description

B&W 13 mins. 35mm 1,200 ft. THE RECORD BUSINESS The fourth movement of String Quartet in F, Opus 96 by Dvorak, played by the Czech Quartet of the University of Canterbury. 'Rachel, Rachel' performed by the Kal-q-lated Risk. Written, directed, edited: Arthur Everard Photography: Bob Halliday, Malcolm Nish Production Assistant: Jacqueline Scott Sound: G. Pomfret-Brown, J. Van Der Reyden Produced by: Geoffrey Scott, David H. Fowler Film Censor's Certificate No. G35756 (7 July 1970) Release Date: 10.7.70 NFU Film Information Sheet No. PP232 Cat. Ref. 1973 p.43. B&W 13 mins. 35mm 1,200 ft. Featuring performances by a string quartet and a pop group, The Record Business is the inside story of New Zealand's recorded music industry. (Released in New Zealand as PICTORIAL PARADE No. 232) Viewing copies :16mm film- W3589/16PP232

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