Tasmania: Australia's apple isle

Australia, 1954

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Apples grown in Tasmanian orchards appear in homes in distant parts of the world. This film gives an impression of the skill and care that goes into the growing of these apples, and in addition, shows much of the beauty of this southern isle. Narrated by Rex Waldron. Photography by Don Anderson.

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Norman Laird

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