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Inland with McDouall Stuart

Australia, 1957 (MIFF 1958, Programme 14)

Director: Lex Halliday

Part 1 is a historical record of Stuart's jour¬neys using sketches and animated maps. Part 2 is entitled "The Northern Territory Today" and is a study of aspects of modern development in the Territory. (Educational.)

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