Look Out, Lobsters! 1965

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    Item title reads - Look out lobsters.

    Sea divers catch shellfish. Newlyn, Cornwall.

    M/S Clary Williams in his fishing boat at dawn. M/S Clary putting lobster pots over the side. L/S Clary's boat. M/S Newlyn Harbour. M/S man on step putting lobsters and crayfish into keep-net. M/S man walking past camera carrying lobsters. M/S old one-legged fisherman. M/S two old fishermen sitting on step. C/U one of the old men. C/U 84 year-old fisherman John Cornish. C/U Dave Regalado putting on skin diving suit. M/S as Dave goes over the side of boat into water and dives. M/S as he surfaces and hands lobster and sack to one of the crew. M/S sack being hauled on board. M/S catch being emptied on deck. C/U Dave handing another lobster to the crew member.

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