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The Bowler and the Bunnet (1967)

Sean Connery examines the gap and suspicion in the relationship between management and workers in industry, and shows how one Scottish shipyard is trying to change that and what could well be a blueprint for other companies to follow.

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Sean Connery examines the gap and suspicion in the relationship between management and workers in industry, and shows how one Scottish shipyard is trying to change that and what could well be a blueprint for other companies to follow.

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For the first time outside Scotland, the black-and-white documentary, directed by Sean Connery, on the decline of the shipbuilding industry along the River Clyde, was screened during the first edition of the Rome Film Festival on 13th October 2006. See more »

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