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When All the People Play

Directed by Evelyn Spice Cherry
Canada, 1948 (documentary, 28 minutes, black and white, English)
Also known as "Cette vallée qui est la nôtre"
When All the People Play
Photo © National Film Board of Canada
Video (National Film Board of Canada)

Film Description:
"When the people of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, and the surrounding district decided that something was missing from their lives, they got together to do something about it. People from every section of the community contributed their services to planning and starting a recreation center, with activities ranging from softball to library services. The result has been new pleasures in community living and a sense of contentment and creative accomplishment."
-- National Film Board of Canada (source)

Film Credits (partial):
Produced by: Evelyn Cherry
Film Editing: Larry Gosnell, George Domnas
Music: Eldon Rathburn
Production Company: National Film Board of Canada / Office national du film du Canada
(sources)

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