Wonders of the deep

United Kingdom, 1949

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Episode of Series “World in action”.
A record of research and achievement in the technique of underwater photography. Brings to the screen new secrets of the sea and shows the methods by which cine film can be taken in the ocean at depths down to 100 feet by a mobile cameraman wearing self-contained diving equipment.

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Crown Film Unit

Duration

00:10:33:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1949

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World in action

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World in action

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