All the way up there

New Zealand, 1978

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Bruce Burgess, a 24 year-old cerebral palsy victim, realises an impossible dream - to climb a mountain. He manages to achieve this with the help of Graeme Dingle, one of New Zealand’s best known mountaineers. Emphasises the need for individual self-fulfilment despite physical or other limitations Narrated by David Yerix.

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