JACL fishing film
Notes to User
Due to original recording and/or condition when digitized: noticeable damage including vertical lines, spots, and audible static.
JACL fishing film
16mm color film showing fisherman catching and unloading fish, the fish being processed and canned on an assembly line, and the cans on a grocery store shelf. The film changes over at 00:04:05 to footage of a large fishing boat leaving the dock amid some fan fair and goes on to show the daily activities of the men on the boat as they travel the ocean, catching fish and making stops along the way.
Creators and Contributors
Creator: Japanese American Citizens' League
Color or Black and White
Sound or Silent
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Country of Creation
Internet Archive (External)
Additional Technical Notes for Item
1200 ft; Composite Optical Soundtrack; Variable Area Soundtrack; Single Perforation; B-Wind; Eastmancolor stock with 1960 date code;