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Jugglers from Marineland

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
1083
Date Released
6 Mar 1950
Date submitted
2 Mar 1950
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Irish Movietone: Cardinal Spellman Visits Portuguese Cathedral
  2. 1Manoeuvres in a Snow Setting
  3. 2Irish Movietone: Cologne Carnival
  4. 2Jugglers from Marineland
  5. 3Irish Movietone: International Ski Jumping
  6. 3German Magicians Flummox Each Other
  7. 4The Political Situation
  8. 5FA Cup 6th Round - Arsenal V Leeds United
  9. *Sir Harry’s Last Journey
  10. *Derby V Everton
  11. *Glasgow’s Stallion Show

* Story has local or special distribution

Story

Story No. within this Issue
2 / 3
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Jugglers in Marineland. DESCRIPTION: In Florida there’s a most attractive aquarium, where the weird and the wonderful life beneath the ocean can be observed in safety and comfort. Porpoises, who are evidently most intelligent, respond to the dinner bell promptly. SHOTLIST: KS. GV aquarium. Various shots of aquarium with people watching porpoises etc. Underwater photography - fish porpoises etc. swimming around. GV above water porpoises being fed, taken small fish from keeper’s hands, also playing with rubber ring (quoit). Slow-motion - porpoise jumps out of water and dives in again.
Keywords
Entertainment and leisure
Locations
Florida
Footage sources
United States of America
Card file number
53325
Credits:
Commentator
Leslie Mitchell
Length of story (in feet)
74
Story extras:

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