Scientists in the Antarctic

United Kingdom, 1952

Film
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An account of the work and living conditions of the scientists - meteorologists, zoologists and geologists - who man the seven British bases set up in the Falkland Islands Dependenices. The film also describes the annual cruise of the John Biscoe taking stores and replacements to the Dependencies. It reaches its climax with the relief of the men at Marguerite Bay who had been icebound for two years.

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producer

Maxwell Munden

production company

Central Office of Information

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Language

English

Duration

00:15:12:00

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Colour

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