New Liner Makes Port 1962

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    This is a duplicate copy of item 1729.11 - check for best quality.

    Titles read: "SYDNEY - NEW LINER MAKES PORT".


    High angle shot of a swimming pool on board the new liner ship Northern Star, seen on her maiden voyage. A girl dives into the pool.

    L/S of the Northern Star at sea. M/S of Captain Edmeads on the bridge. General view of the sports deck where people are playing a kind of cricket game in strange clothing. A young couple are playing quoits. Saloon Deckman Ted Lewis greets them, accompanied by another young man. Commentator says Ted's daughter and son-in-law are are emigrating to Australia.

    General view of the crowded bar in the ship lounge. Couples do the twist on the dance floor. L/S of the ship approaching South Head and entering Sydney Harbour.

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    01:22:45:00 / 01:23:42:00
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