Thirty Million Letters (1963)

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Every day the minds and emotions of Britain’s citizens are changed by the coming and going of thirty million letters. This film shows the magic of the mail. A look at some of the familiar and unfamiliar services provided by the Post Office, how it is done, who does it and what they think about it, whether it be a postmen in the Outer Hebrides, a sorter on the postal special out of Euston or an engineer supervising the working of a new automatic letter-facing machine.

Director: James Ritchie.
Writer: James Ritchie.

1964 Academy Awards – Nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary, Short Subjects.

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