The first of five excerpts: features the arrival of the Queen, Prince Charles, Norman Kirk, and a Māori welcome.
The second of five excerpts - featuring Māori dance and songs, and Howard Morrison and Lew Pryme.
The third of five excerpts - features Oma Rapiti performed by Howard Morrison, a children's chorus; and a giant moa.
The fourth of five excerpts - features the Age of Aquarius and the National Anthem.
The fifth of five excerpts - features Norman Kirk's iconic New Zealand Day speech.
The credits for this documentary.
Imaginative pageantry or tasteless vulgarity?– NZ Herald review of the Aotearoa pageant
We were the lucky country [...]. We commemorate on New Zealand Day not an act of violence but an act of trust and a pledge of co-operation. This is part of our nation’s inheritance and we should never forget it.– Norman Kirk in his address
Have we yet achieved a true New Zealand civilisation? Not yet ...– Norman Kirk in his address
From the other side of the world came people wearing different clothes.– From the pageant’s narration