The Fibre web

United Kingdom, 1963

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Shows the manufacture of high-quality paper in Scotland, and its uses throughout the world. Today, the uses of paper extend beyond visible applications for books, or maps, labels, or cheques, to become the insulators for telephone cables, giant transformers or computers. Narrated by Kenneth Horne.

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producer

Alan Harper

production company

Campbell Harper Films

director

Henry Cooper

Duration

00:21:23:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1963

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