Cumberland: Sheep Epidemic - Shepherds Act 1949

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    Full title reads: "Cumberland: Sheep Epidemic - Shepherds Act".

    Cumberland. Hill farmers fear outbreak of Sheep Scab in Lakeland flocks.

    SV Sheep packed in pen (For super title.) GV Cumberland country side. LV pan sheep on mountainside. SV shepherd whistling dog. CU collie dog. GV Sheep on mountain roadside. SV Dog crouching. LV Sheep grazing pan as dog runs round back of sheep.

    SV Shepherd. LV Towards sheep being driven down mountainside. SV pan sheep being driven down mountainside. GV Sheep being herded down mountainside. SV Towards sheep being herded down mountainside. LV Sheep being driven down roadway. SV Dog. SV Sheep running down road and into pen.

    SV Pan sheep run into pen. SV shepherd. SV Back view sheep in pen. SV Pan sheep packed pen SV Man putting sheep on chute to dip. LV Man putting sheep on chute to dip. Another man ducking sheep. CU Man ducking sheep. SV Dipped sheep walking away from dip. SV Men holding sheep on chute to dip pan to man ducking sheep. SV Sheep shaking itself. CU Man looking for lice in sheep's wool GV Pan sheep-packed pens.

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    Cataloguer:
    Mark
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    45609
    Sort Number:
    49/034
    Time in/Out:
    01:34:53:00 / 01:36:17:00
    Canister:
    49/34
    Film ID:
    1401.26
    Issue Date:
    28/04/1949
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