This digital object can only be accessed in person at the Archives because of the associated rights.
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- Moving images
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A Cineworks Centennial Production
- Source of title proper: Title taken from opening credits.
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Issuing jurisdiction and denomination (philatelic)
Dates of creation area
- Copyright date in closing credits is 1986. Stock date on film is 1985.
Physical description area
1 film reel (28 min., 20 sec.; 311 m) : polyester, col., sound, optical ; 16 mm + accompanying notes
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Scope and content
Item is a documentary film documenting the history of the Cambie Street Bridge including the demolition of its predecessor, the Connaught Bridge. Film includes archival film and photographs as well as contemporary footage.
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DVD, MPEG2 file, Digital Betacam, VHS
Restrictions on access
Original film is not available for viewing. Please refer to DVD reference copy. Low-resolution access file provided with the permission of the copyright holder.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Steven DeNure and Bonni Devlin; director and writer: Bruno Lazaro Pacheco; cinematographer: Tom Turnbull; character: Dirk Beck. The control house of the Connaught Bridge is now located in the B.C. Museum of Transportation. The original timbers were used to build part of the seawall in False Creek. Film was dedicated in memory of Gary Young.
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