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  • Morayshire


  • Arts and crafts
  • Education


  • Sponsored


  • NAIRN, James S.


  • 1950s

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Reference number: 1470

Date: 1950

Director: [filmed by James S. Nairn]

Sponsor: Captain Tennant, Moray Sea School Appeal

Sound: sound

Original format: 35mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 7.57 mins

Description: Some of the activities enjoyed by boys at the Sea School including rowing, sailing, fishing and climbing [Made as part of an appeal on behalf of the Sea School].

Preservation of this film supported by the National Heritage Memorial Fund.

Shotlist: No credits. Map of Scotland with arrow pointing to Burghead (.20); Shot of sea from land (.30); Boys passing through rocky countryside (1.08); Boys marching on quayside (1.50); Close-up of boy being examined by doctor (2.00); Boys running (2.03); Various shots of boys rowing and sailing (2.41); Group explores country (3.32); Shots on schooner "Prince Louis" including shots of boys working on the jib, fishing, pulling out a sail and performing other duties (5.35); Seascapes and boys cliimbing and marching (6.06); Seascape and shots of the "Prince Louis" (7.01); Close-up of Richard Todd appealing on behalf of the sea school (7.57)