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Map of Rotorua district. Waterfall. Woman in bush. Travelling shot along road through landscape. Ducks beside pond. Trout in pond [Rainbow Springs], family group looking at trout. Sign ‘Fairy Spring’. Maori family in baths, views of [Whakarewarewa], geothermal landscape, tourists walking in landscape. Sign ‘Keep Off Terrace Formation’. Geyser in action. Three women walking through carved gateway. Penny divers, boy with handful of coins. White water in river. ‘Hongi’s Track’ sign. Travelling shot along road. Car parked at roadside. Herd of sheep on road.

‘Zoological Park’ sign, Auckland Zoo. Various views of animals in enclosures, family walking around zoo, boy patting goat. Shipwreck of ‘Katoa’ on beach listing in waves [off Thames], people on beach strewn with wreckage. Fishermen in small boat hauling in nets, catch of fish in bottom of boat. Family group on side of road beside car, views of beach. Boy playing with dog. Men shovelling sand into wheelbarrow on beach then dumping it onto barge. Men strolling along beach. Children walking hand in hand towards camera, standing beside sign ‘Kaimai Summit’ and waving.

Title ‘Wedding Bells’. Scenes of Edna’s [Faulkner Smith] wedding. Couple walk to entrance to church followed by bridal party, bride and groom and bridal party get into wedding cars, wedding guests exit church. Wedding guests arrive at reception. People rocking [wedding] car as it drives along. ‘The End’.

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Year 1941

Reference number F39843

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Amateur

Duration 0:19:05

Credits Photography: Charles R Faulkner

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