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Mischievious children eating gooseberries, peas, raspberries and apples in the garden, and then being chased by gardener. (clip) 
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Title: APPLE A DAY, an
Reference number: 2718
Director: [filmed by Frank Marshall]
Running time: 9.52 mins
Two children, who because of their pranks, become ill from eating too much stolen fruit and have to be given a dose of castor oil!
Prize-winning film at 8th Scottish Amateur Film Festival, 1941. Selected as one of the 10 best fiction films entered in the 1934-41 festivals at the 9th Scottish Amateur Film Festival, 1942.
Credits: cast G.E. Marshall, W. Scott, Muriel and Nairn
Shotlist: credits (0.35) ext. Colquhoun Hotel and shot of two children coming out of hotel and into garden (0.42) shots of the children eating gooseberries, peas, raspberries and apples, then being chased by gardener (2.39) children play in a rowing boat and with fisherman's gear (5.23) gvs and c/u of children rowing, boy is sick and sister has to row them back to shore (7.12) brief shot of disgruntled fisherman returning home and c/u of house nameplate saying Dr. W. Scott (7.29) shot of children returning to hotel where boy is put to bed, while his mother phones the doctor (8.05) the doctor [disgrunted fisherman] arrives and gives the boy a dose of castor oil (9.52)
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