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Film clip: at the milk bar
A Scottish woman describes visiting a milkbar with a 'chap from the factory' who thinks she's 'nae bad'. Extract from Journey for Three, NZ National Film Unit Laboratories, 1950.
Journey for Three Director: Michael Forlong Producer: Stanhope Andrews Supervision: Cyril Morton, Geoffrey Scott, Robert Shennan Camera: Randal Beattie. Camera Assistant: Brian Brake Music: Douglas Lilburn
This is a New Zealand National Film Unit Film preserved and made available by Archives New Zealand /Te Whare Tohu Tuhituhinga O Aotearoa. This material is not to be re-used or published without the prior permission of the Chief Archivist.
See full film here.
'Film clip: at the milk bar', URL: http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/video/at-the-milk-bar, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 17-Jul-2014
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