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The maggot fly.

Date:
1930s
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Description

The Cooper Technical Bureau presents. This film, in a rather clumsy fashion describes the life-cycle of the maggot fly with footage of sheep farming, followed by footage of diseased cattle with maggots and then a dead rabbit infested by maggots. Timelapse footage of maggots crawling around the ground. Graphics describe its behaviour. There are laboratory shots; a female lab worker prepares meat (this section quite scratched). Control methods are shown (dipping and sheep showers).

Publication/Creation

1930s.

Physical description

1 encoded moving image (30:28 mins.) : silent, colour with black and white sections

Duration

00:30:28

Copyright note

Cooper McDougall & Robertson Ltd..

Terms of use

Unrestricted.
CC-BY-NC

Language note

In English.

Creator/production credits

Made by the Photographic Unit of the Cooper Technical Bureau at Berkhamsted, Herts.

Notes

This film came as part of an acquisition of material relating to Cooper McDougall & Robertson Ltd.

Languages

  • English


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