A Year to Remember 1932

Australia, 1965

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Collection of newsreel footage, which made up Australia’s history in 1932 - The Depression - Opening the Sydney Harbour Bridge - De Groot cuts ribbon - Hiking. Popular pastime in the Depression - Annette Kellerman at home-coming reception - Boy Charlton swimming events - Wizard Smith breaks the world land speed record - US sailors die trying to bring the dirigible ‘Akron’ down - Kingsford-Smith congratulates Scotty - and much more. Rated: G

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Credits

producer

Frank Killian

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1965

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