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Places:

  • Inner Hebrides

Subjects:

  • Tourism and travel

Genres:

  • Amateur
  • Travelogue

People/organisations:

  • MARSHALL, Frank M.

Decade:

  • 1960s

Title: WEEKEND IN SKYE, a

Reference number: 3833

Date: 1962

Director: filmed by Frank M. Marshall

Sound: silent

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 10.35 mins

Description: Travelogue around the Isle of Skye in 1962.

Credits: The End A Marshall Film

Shotlist: title (0.08) cars boarding Ballachulish ferry (0.19) shots of Glengarry castle at Invergarry and foxgloves (0.59) man angling on Loch Duich (1.14) gvs Plockton, Kyle of Lochalsh and Kyleakin (featuring a shot of a car towing a caravan) (2.45) people loading peat onto a truck, tractor with trailer full of peat (3.01) shot of blackhouses (3.19) panning shot over Portree Bay with Old Man of Storr in background (3.30) shots of the harbour at Portree Bay with boats, including "Loch Arkaig" - the Caledonia MacBrayne vessel which serviced the Isle of Raasay and other outlying islands (3.52) shots of the Cuillins, with MacBrayne's bus travelling along the road in the foreground (4.19) l/s of Dunvegan Castle (4.50) gvs Uig bay (5.22) shots of Skeabost House (5.38) shots of men going out in boat to fish for salmon followed by shots of the full nets being hauled ashore, where the catch is transported to town by tractor and trailer (7.40) shots at Elgol Cuillins in the background (and occasionally highland cattle in the foreground) (8.10) gvs Loch Coruisk with Cuillins in background, people boarding the small boat "Highland Monarch", tracking shots from this boat (10.35)

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