The Coasts Of Clyde (1959)
20 minutes - Colour

An engraving from the 1963 BTF Catalogue.

The Firth of Clyde is a wonderful place for a holiday. This film sets out to capture the delights, as seen through the eyes of Bernard Braden who, with his customary Canada dry humour, tells of his pursuit of an ancestor in the land of his parents. Furnished with a Runabout Ticket, he travels around by train and steamer. Finally, he comes to Arran, and finds the 'Scotland in miniature' whence his grandmother sailed for the New World.

16mm & 35mm

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