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DAVID BROWN Newsreel

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€ 19.33
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In stock: 100

Description: DAVID BROWN Newsreel

 

David Brown Newsreel is a collection of short films made in the 1960s by the Yorkshire Film Company for the David Brown Corporation. The films featured in this programme include:

"Assignment David Brown" (1969), which was produced to show the size and diversity of the company and features its factories, a range of products including tractors, engines, ships and hovercraft and the famous hand-built Aston Martin sports car; "Switch to Selectamatic" (1965), filmed at the Meltham factory and farms across the UK was made to introduce the new range of white tractors; "Newsreel No.1" (1961), shows David Brown tractors and equipment hard at work in Nigeria and Ghana; "Shrimping in Morecambe Bay", a short film which demonstrated one of the more unusual jobs that older David Brown tractors were put to; "Adverts", individually made for David Brown dealers, showing the latest tractors (includes 990 'Autodrive'

 

 

 

 

  • Written and narrated by Alan Stennett
  • 55 minutes
  • English spoken
  • publisher: Primetime video productions



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