Target Berlin / the National Film Board presents ; produced with the cooperation of the Royal Canadian Air Force ; a National Film Board production ; distributed by Columbia Pictures of Canada.
- Main contributor
Borneman, Ernest, 1915-
"The story of the Lancaster airplane, the first large bomber built in Canada. Shown are the workers involved in its construction, and the crew who ferried it overseas, as well as the combat crew who took it on its first flight over Berlin."--National Film Board of Canada website.
Borneman, Ernest, 1915-; Spottiswoode, Raymond, 1913-1970; McFarlane, Leslie, 1902-1977; Applebaum, Louis, 1918-2000; National Film Board of Canada; Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force.; Columbia Pictures of Canada; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
National Film Board of Canada
Propaganda films.; Documentary films.; Nonfiction films.; Short films.
Lancaster (Bomber); Bombers; Design and construction; World War, 1939-1945; Equipment and supplies; Aerial operations
- Physical Description
1 film reel (17 min.) : sound, black and white ; 16 mm.
Additional production credits taken from National Film Board of Canada website.
Issued also in French under the title: Objectif Berlin.
Director, Ernest Borneman ; producer, Raymond Spottiswoode ; script, Leslie McFarlane ; camera, Grant McLean, Samuel Orleans, Donald Fraser ; sound, Gordon Fraser ; music, Louis Applebaum ; additional combat photography, Royal Air Force, U.S. Army Air Forces.
Statement of Responsibility
the National Film Board presents ; produced with the cooperation of the Royal Canadian Air Force ; a National Film Board production ; distributed by Columbia Pictures of Canada.
- Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 7818300; OCLC: ocm19871071; OCLC: 19871071
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