Tunarama

Australia, 1963

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Features Port Lincoln, home of Australia’s largest tuna fleet. Shows a procession of floats; a beauty parade; blessing of the boats; “Tunarama” which celebrates the opening of the tuna season; the wild and natural scenery of the Eyre Peninsula; motels; the Port at play and at work; large granaries; tuna canning factory and loading of the merchant ships. Narrated by Eldon Crouch.

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