Diving For Treasure 1963

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    Item title reads - Diving for treasure.

    Stoney Cove, Leicestershire.

    M/S Stoney cove. M/S crowds gathered by the lake. M/S as diver puts on Aqua Lung. Various shots of a crowd of divers preparing. C/U woman diver. L/S as the 25 teams of divers are briefed before the hunt. C/U skull and crossbones. High angle shot of divers walking down to the lake. L/S crowd. M/S of the divers standing in the water waiting to go. M/S as the divers swim out. Various shots as they dive to search for the treasure. C/U poodle in the water. M/S as man dives down.

    Various shots diver swimming underwater. More divers go down. M/S crowd. M/S as the divers surface with the treasure chest. M/S crowd. Various shots as the divers put the treasure chest on the bank and one of them sits on it. C/U one of the divers. C/U as the chest is unlocked. C/U as the divers open the lid of the chest to show the prize of a hundred guineas in half crowns. C/U the prize. M/S of the crowds. M/S as the divers walk away carrying the chest on their shoulders.

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    Cataloguer:
    Emma
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    54740
    Sort Number:
    63/060
    Time in/Out:
    01:23:22:00 / 01:25:04:00
    Canister:
    63/60
    Film ID:
    1772.17
    Issue Date:
    25/07/1963
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    Leicestershire general Underwater Exploration Underwater Adventures
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