Australian Review 1962

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Unissued / Unused material -

Title reads: "Spotting The News." Australian voiceovered newsreel material.

Australia.

VS of old fashioned car ferry boat bringing cars across river. Various shots construction engineers working on a new bridge which is being built across river...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
87149
Sort Number:
UN 3677 B
Time in/Out:
01:00:59:00 / 01:02:51:00
Canister:
UN 3677 B
Film ID:
3072.02
Issue Date:
1962

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