PROUD HERITAGE, a

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Places:

  • Aberdeen
  • Edinburgh
  • Fife
  • Glasgow
  • Perth and Perthshire

Subjects:

  • Food and drink
  • Water and waterways

Genres:

  • Sponsored

People/organisations:

  • Campbell Harper Productions

Decade:

  • 1970s

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Title: PROUD HERITAGE, a

Reference number: 3381

Date: 1971*

Director: d. Raymond C. Miquel

Sponsor: Arthur Bell & Sons Ltd., Perth, Scotland

Production company: Campbell Harper Films Ltd.

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 31.38 mins

Description: A documentary about the history and current state of Bells Scotch Whisky.

Credits: w. Raymond Miquel
introduction by Henry Donald
dialogue Victor Carin
ph. Gordon Hickey, Mark Littlewood
sd. Brian Henniker

Shotlist: Pitlochry Pipe band marching in the grounds of the Blair Atholl Distillery with opening credits(0.19) Gv's Perth countryside, Gleneagles golf course(1.50) four golfers having a glass of Bells Scotch Whisky in the Club House(3.05) Gv's of the town of Perth, moving onto views of the Gannochy housing estate, Bells Sports Stadium with gv's of sporting events(5.43) Bells H.Q.(7.40) brief shot of Aberdeen, Moving onto Buckie with shots of the of Bells Inchgower Distillery, shots of the river Spey(11.07) the distillery's of the town of Dufftown with shots of the Bells distillery at Dufftown(12.35) Royal Deeside, Braemar, Pitlochry with the Blair Atholl Distillery with the Pipe Band(16.30) Bottling Hall at Dunfermline, Forth Road and Rail bridges, Edinburgh(20.24) Bells East Mains factory, with shots of coopers, Bells whisky on the production line moving onto being packed and dispatched(25.25) highlights of Rangers Football match, Don Revie of Leeds United at Football managers award ceremony moving onto Reevy accepting the award at Leeds United football ground(29.16) shot of the Bells barge sailing up the Thames(30.24) narrator at desk concluding the film, ecs (31.38)