100% Fit Aka 100 Percent Fit 1941

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    Title reads: "100% FIT".

    Officer Training School, location of events unknown.

    M/S of sign reading "Are you 100% fit? Have you 100% enthusiasm?". C/U of officer shouting commands. M/S of officer cadets drilling on parade ground. M/S of cadets practising hand-to-hand combat. M/S of training officers watching. Various shots of cadets firing machine guns. Various shots of cadets going over obstacle course with bayonets fixed and stabbing strategically placed dummies.

    Panning shot of cadets in classroom, an officer gives a lecture on tactic, he points at a map on the ground. Various shots of cadets on a beach firing shells at a flagged buoy out at sea. Various shots of cadets on training exercise. We see them running over scrubland, avoiding explosions. M/S of cadets cutting barbed wire. M/S of cadets dragging out 'injured' soldiers and dead bodies (more straw dummies) out of battlefield.

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    Cataloguer:
    Amelia
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    38442
    Sort Number:
    41/017
    Time in/Out:
    01:36:01:00 / 01:37:46:00
    Canister:
    41/17
    Film ID:
    1101.27
    Issue Date:
    27/02/1941
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