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Title: HERKES ICIN ELEKTRIK (POWER FOR ALL)
Filmography Code: PFA-7
Archive/Control Number: EgiTek/4030
Picture: Not Available
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Type of Material: Motion picture (16mm)
Series: DEGISEN AVRUPA (The CHANGING FACE OF EUROPE)
Film Date: 1951
Description: Sound (Turkish), Technicolor Monopac, 20 min. (Shot between August and Christmas 1950). In the mountains of Austria, Norway and Italy, in France's valley of the Rhone, Europe is harnessing its waterways and building enormous power stations to supply the low-cost, replenishable electricity that the Continent's recovering industries must have. Elsewhere, men are seeking and utilizing other sources of energy, the life-blood of modern civilization. The film argues that a Europe-wide electrical power grid must be realized without regard to man-made boundaries. First of the six films of The CHANGING FACE OF EUROPE series. 1951 (Shot between August and Christmas 1950). Narrated by Leo Genn. Executive Producer, Ian Dalrymple; Supervising Production Manager, Raymond Anzarut. Editor: Sydney Stone and others. Directors, Graham Wallace and Anthony Squire; Director of Photography, Cedric Williams; camera work, Peter Newbrook and John Corbett, sound recording, Peter Seabourne. Produced by Wessex Film Productions Ltd, London, for ECA/OSR.
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