Lambing Time 1949

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    Unissued / unused material.

    Lambing time near Dorchester, Dorset.

    LS sheep on pasture land (breed of sheep "Dorset Down"). LS dogs rounding up flock. Food wagon on left of screen distributes cabbage stalks to sheep. MS ewe with three lambs. CU 5 lambs. LS lambs gambolling over stubble of field. CU ewe and lambs, pan MS sheep & lambs with shepherd. CU shepherd. CU sheepdog. CU mother & 2 lambs. CU mother & lamb. MS mother & 3 lambs. Travel shots of mother & lambs. CU 2 lambs, walking to mother. CU lambs feeding. CU lamb held in shepherd's hands. CU mother feeding lambs. CU lambs feeding. CU lamb running to mother & feeding. CU lamb & mother. LS two shepherds with sheep & lambs. MS shepherd picking up lamb. CU shepherd feeding lamb from bottle. MS shepherd putting lamb down, mother watching in background. CU shepherd feeding lamb out of bottle. CU lamb and bottle. CU lamb on the ground. LS shepherd surveying the countryside with sheep seen in picture.

    Date on original record is 13/01/1949.

    NB: neg. transferred is fairly poor quality.

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    Cataloguer:
    Amelia
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    65136
    Sort Number:
    UN 2066 B
    Time in/Out:
    01:22:51:00 / 01:26:43:00
    Canister:
    UN 2066 B
    Film ID:
    2262.09
    Issue Date:
    13/01/1949
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