News From The Rock 1966

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    Selected Originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "News from the Rock" - 66/24.

    Various shots of shark fisherman leaving Gibraltar and heading out to the Straights. He fights with a shark on his line and then manages to get it into the boat. He hits the shark with hammer and then brings his large prize back to harbour.

    Various shots of Sir Joshua Hassan, Mayor of Gibraltar and Chief Member of Legislative Council, sits in his garden looking at some notes.

    Various shots of new building construction which is going on in the shadow of the Rock. Various shots of the people in main street looking in shop window.

    CU. Pathe News sign at the back window of car, pan to long shot of the Rock. Various shots of the cable car on its journey, then at the boarding station with people going on and then shots of the wheels of the mechanism that drives cables of the car. GV.

    Gibraltar and the harbour taken from the moving cable car. CU. People in moving cable car. Various shots around the top of the Rock and the view.

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    01:55:28:00 / 02:01:51:00
    66/24 G (Selected Originals)
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    66/024 G
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