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Title: RIVER CREE, the
Reference number: 0850
Director: d. Stanley Russell
Sponsor: Joint Production Committee of SEFA and SFC in association with Scottish Country Dance Association
Production company: Thames and Clyde Film Co.
Running time: 7.00 mins
Dancers demonstrate the various steps of the Scottish dance "The River Cree".
See also ref 1101
Part of a series of teaching films made by SEFA (other film in series is called 'Mrs McLeod: A Reel') with the co-operation of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society to show correct steps and patterns of Scottish country dances. Miss Jean C. Milligan was dance supervisor.
m. p. Daisy Badger, Hilda Stephenson
sc. D M Elliot
dance supervisor Jean C Milligan
ph. Frank Ellis
assistants David Hanley, Tony Spratling
comm.s. Robert Urquhart
sd. rec. Morris Askew
slow motion sequence, Paddy Vinten
continuity Jan Jack
Shotlist: Credits (0.27); l/s dancers gathered on dance floor; c/u dancer's feet as he demonstrates pas de basque, from front and back; same, in slow motion (0.34) c/u to ms dancer demonstrating the progressive step (1.59) Dancers perform the jig itself, including steps demonstrated and "poussette" (7.04); ecs (7.12)
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