ARMS AND ARMOUR Part I

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Title: ARMS AND ARMOUR Part I

Reference number: 2465A

Date: 1955

Director: filmed by Louise Annand

Sponsor: Schools Museum Service, Glasgow Education Department

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 10.21 mins

Description: A prize-winning film at the Scottish Amateur Film Festival demonstrating how different hand weapons, from Kelvingrove Museum, would originally have been used.

Intended to be used with educational notes. See also ref. 2465B

See paper records at 2/3/42

Credits: demonstration by T.B. Lindsay

Shotlist: Credits (.12) Part One Armour and Handweapons c/u shots of chain mail and plate armour and a demonstration of how they were worn (5.50) c/u of hand weapons including broadswords made in Scotland and claymores (10.10) ecs (10.21)