The Duchy of Cornwall (1938)

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    Non Fiction


The film opens with a rapid survey of the early history of Cornwall, tracing its effect on the language of the country; typical examples of Cornish architecture are shown, and also St. Michael's Mount once both fortress and an ecclesiastical foundation. Brief glimpses are given of Cornwall's chief industries, tin and clay. Many of the beauty spots of the area are also shown.

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