NEW ZEALAND MIRROR No. 12

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Year

1951

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

71

Length

B&W, 10 minutes, 35mm, 900 ft.

Film Censor's Certificate No. U23942 (15 June 1951)

Cat. Refs. 1951-S p.3, 4; 1956 p.13; 1957 p.15; 1958 p.17; 1962 p.19.

Viewing copies

VHS Video- R.V. 134

16mm film- W3589/16NZM12

35mm film 200,619 (ex Negs.) 35mm film

200,620 (ex C.D.Pos.)

VHS Video (Preview Tape)- BITC 238

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QUIET WEEKEND. 282 ft. Hardy members of one of New Zealand's many tramping clubs carry a new hut, piece by piece, over the mountains and put it together at their destination. This is their idea of a quiet week-end.

TALE OF THE TROUT. 246 ft. A beautifully photographed item of trout being netted in a stream and of trout eggs hatching in a hatchery.

FISHING FOR KNOWLEDGE. 297 ft. A scientific expedition from Yale University, U.S.A., visits New Zealand to study its big-game fish. A striped marlin - a swordfish - is caught on rod and line and hauled aboard the launch.

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