Rumanian News Cameramen In Action 1966

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    Location: Rumania

    Story about the varied activities of Rumanian cameramen.

    CU. Cameraman on open car taking shots. MS. Cameraman in the street taking shots.

    VS. Cameraman speeding from one place to another with their cameras, climbing in and out of trains, jumping in and out of cars, trick shot shows cameraman jumping backwards onto top of car and people and cars going backwards.

    VS. Underwater shots of diver wearing snorkel and examining undersea plants.

    VS. Interviewing people entering cinema about the newsreel.

    VS. Exteriors of chemical factories at Turnu Magurels. MV. Interior of large complex control room.

    VS. Cameraman showing aerial shots of the Lotrul River winding its way through the mountains. The waters are fast flowing and will soon become a source of hydroelectricity.

    VS. Now the cameraman in the Carpathian Mountains filming from hidden points the deer of all sizes, the forest, and a few shots of wild boar.

    (Comb. Lav.)

    Note: The paper work includes part of the transcript of the newsreel.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:39:39:00 / 01:43:42:00
    UN 4221 D
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    UN 4221 D
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