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Granton Trawler (1934)

Documentary about the fishing trawler, "Isabella Grieg". We follow her from her base in Granton Harbour, in Edinburgh, right up the east coast of Edinburgh, up to the fishing grounds between Shetland and Norway.

Directors:

Edgar Anstey (uncredited), John Grierson (uncredited)
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Documentary about the fishing trawler, "Isabella Grieg". We follow her from her base in Granton Harbour, in Edinburgh, right up the east coast of Edinburgh, up to the fishing grounds between Shetland and Norway.

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fishing | fish | seaman | fisherman | sea | See All (6) »

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 1934 (UK) See more »

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New Era Films See more »
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Mono (Visatone Marconi)
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The trawler "Isabella Grieg" was sunk in September, 1941, by a German bombing raid. See more »

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Referenced in Hitchcock on Grierson (1965) See more »

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