Let's visit Rum Jungle [B&W]

Australia, 1957

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Deals with uranium mining at Rum Jungle in the Northern Territory. Includes scenes of the crushing and refining of the ore, and shows the living conditions of the workers in the area. Atomic power depends on supplies of uranium and Australia is one of the few producing countries. The peacetime applications of atomic power are almost unlimited.

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Credits

director

Lex Halliday

co-producer

Jean Halliday

Lex Halliday

production company

Australian Instructional Films

Duration

00:10:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1957

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