200,000 reasons

Australia, 1973

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Shows the life and work of some 27,000 members of the Surf Life Saving Association of Australia. Stresses the similarity between the surfer and the life-saver, and looks at the range of equipment used in rescue - jet boats, radios and 4-wheel drive vehicles. Includes scenes of training, competition and club life.

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Credits

producer

Andrew J. Helgeson

production company

Austral Pacific Productions

British Petroleum

director

Eric Fullilove

Duration

00:13:30:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1973

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