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Senghenydd: Portrait of a Mining Town (1966)

| Documentary, Short
A documentary on the South Wales village of Senghenydd, near Caerphilly, which suffered the greatest disaster in British coal mining history in 1913, when 439 men lost their lives in a coal dust explosion.

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Wynford Vaughan-Thomas ...
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A documentary on the South Wales village of Senghenydd, near Caerphilly, which suffered the greatest disaster in British coal mining history in 1913, when 439 men lost their lives in a coal dust explosion.

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mine disaster | coal mine | See All (2) »

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The editing credit went to the director's French-born wife Laurence Méry-Clark, whom he met working in the cutting rooms on Charade (1963). See more »

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