A Message From General Watson General Manager… 1950-1959

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Mr Watson seated at his desk in front of a map explains why, after seven years the price of cinema tickets is going to rise. He goes to the wall map and points out the number of cinemas in Europe and the Canal Zone. He holds up a pound note and tells us that this was worth 40 Deutchmarks, the coins...

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Cataloguer:
Mike
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
74515
Sort Number:
DOCS
Time in/Out:
01:31:58:00 / 01:34:31:00
Canister:
DOCS
Film ID:
2263.04
Issue Date:
1950 - 1959

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