Fishing By Electricity 1956

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    Chelmsford, Essex.

    CU.MS.Men wading in water with electrical device stunning fish. CU.Of man working electrical device in water. SV.Of men on boats. CU.Of some fish in water. CU. Of men netting fish. CU.Of nets in water and collecting fish. CU.Of fish being emptied from nets into bin. CU.Of fish being netted. CU.Of men working from boats. CU.Of fish being netted big ones. CU.Of men emptying fish into net and placing it into special enclosure. CU.Men emptying fish from bin into net. SCU.Man emptying fish out of tank and putting on tab. CU.Ditto, and placing fish into lake to swim away.


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    British Pathé
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    01:17:18:00 / 01:18:43:00
    UN 2915 A
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    UN 2915 A
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