THROUGH SCRUMMAGE THREE-QUARTERS AND ALL

From Film

Jump to: navigation, search


Details

Year

1966

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

275

Length

B&W, 29.5 minutes

Viewing copies

VHS Video- R.V. 186 16mm film- W3471/16BW330

Full Description

B&W 29 mins. 35mm 2,655 ft. THROUGH SCRUMMAGE THREE-QUARTERS AND ALL SCRIPT AND DIRECTION JOHN COOPER PHOTOGRAPHY KELL FOWLER SOUND KIT ROLLINGS PRODUCTION GEOFFREY SCOTT, OXLEY HUGHAN A NATIONAL FILM UNIT PRODUCTION NFU Film Information Sheet No. 275 Cat. Refs. 1967-68 p.32; 1973 p.47; 1977 p.55. THROUGH SCRUMMAGE THREE-QUARTERS AND ALL B&W 29 mins. 35mm 2,655 ft. A comprehensive view of New Zealand's national sport - rugby. Opening with typical shots of enthusiastic spectators, scrummage in mud and old cartoons of battle-stained teams winning glory, the film traces the origins and growth of New Zealand rugby. Scenes include 4-stone bantams training, All Blacks Don Clarke and Bob Scott giving expert comments, high school matches and a generous selection of highlights and 'top tries' from All Black tests. (Available also with French or Japanese commentary.) Viewing copies : VHS Video- R.V. 186 16mm film- W3471/16BW330

User Description

Please add your own description below


Categories
Personal tools