Iranian Oil For Italy 1954

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    Venice, Italy.

    Various GVs of the oil tanker ship Miriella pulling in to Venice Harbour it is carrying Iranian oil. LS Hauling aboard pipeline. Shots of gentlemen - possible Skipper Amilcare Mazzea, Commander Bennati and Dr Mortillaro. LS Hauling aboard the pipeline. VS coming in to Venice by boat. MS Skipper Amilcare Mazzea with Comm. Bennati and Dr Mortillaro. MS Mazzea surrounded by Iranian delegates, being congratulated by Iran Ambassador's wife. CU Mazzea. GV Miriella alongside. CU Mazzea. LS Various shots - Miriella pulling into Venice Harbour.

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    Media URN:
    62301
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2004.15
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:05:44:00
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    01:43:59:00 / 01:49:43:00
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    UN 2503 E
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    UN 2503 E
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