SKI-ING BEN GHLAS

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Subjects:

  • Sporting activities

Genres:

  • Amateur

Decade:

  • 1950s

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Title: SKI-ING BEN GHLAS

Reference number: 3087

Date: 1936 / 1945 - 1959

Director: [filmed by P. F. Carmichael]

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bwcol

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 6.50 mins

Description: Ski-ing on Ben Lawers and Ben Ghlas.

See also refs 3086, 3088, 3088A and 3089 for other titles in this collection, filmed by P.F. Carmichael.

Shotlist: No title [col *1945] skiers climbing slope; skiing through a course, watched by a few spectators (0.35) [b/w *1937] gvs skiers (badly reticulated) (1.45) Scottish Ski-ing 1936, Ben Lawers [col - faded to magenta] young man smoking a pipe demonstrates a jump turn; other skiers milling around in b/ground (2.15) Killin - Ben Ghlas and Ben Lawers Leaving the High Road for ascent by the Ben Ghlas slopes Ben Ghlas summit appears [col] shot of summit; Tarmachan is seen to the West views of peaks, bare chested skier climbing in f/ground (3.00) Still only few clouds brief shot same (3.07) A previous time Ben Ghlas slopes showed finer conditions - gvs skiers for a "Hird Trophy" race gvs ski-lift, and beginning of race; shot of ski-lift, valley in b/ground (4.57) skiers descending slopes; sign "Tow running Coire na Ciste"; skiing (5.45) *1959 In the Second half of the day, to South of here much snow remained shots of snowy slope; The ascent to the head of a long valley-whence the run down on Spring snow to the foot of the valley Valley ski-ing. The End (6.50)