Ahoy, You Landlubbers! Aka The National… 1959

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    Titles read: "AHOY, YOU LANDLUBBERS!"

    Olympia, London.

    High angle shot of various boats at the London / National Boat Show. Two girls sit inside the 'Hydrofoil Runabout' with two girls seated inside. C/U of one of the foils which are attached to the side of the boat, pan to still photograph of the Hydrofoil in the water. Two girls retract the foil.

    Three sailors and a glamour girl in the Sportskee. The girl is sitting on the bow while a sailor fits a water-ski to her foot and lifts her into the boat.

    Two of the sportsman type boats with two girls in one and racing driver Mike Hawthorn and another girl in the other. The two girls laze on their boat, pan to Mike Hawthorn and the girl sitting in their boat.

    Woman walking along deck of the Monaco cruiser to take something from a man who is visible through a hatch. The woman comes down steps into the cabin and walks towards the refrigerator. She takes something out of the fridge. Adelaide Sadler taking shower in the Monaco (wearing a sort of off the shoulder dress); she turns round and notices camera so she reaches across, pulls a cord and a venetian blind drops down.

    General view of the Bevinda Cruiser which costs $25,000 and has a hull which is the world's largest single reinforced resin moulding; 3 girls sit on the top. Interior of one of the saloons in the Bevinda with a girl mixing drinks; she takes the tray into the lounge part of the boat and hands a drink to another girl who is at the tiller. She passes drinks to a man and woman in the lounge and they toast each other.

    Note: lots of leaflets and brochures on file.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    05/01/1959
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    50241
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    1565.09
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:28:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:22:55:00 / 01:24:23:00
    Canister:
    59/2
    Sort Number:
    59/002
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    Sport & Leisure Travel & Exploration
    WorkSpaces
    Mike Hawthorn
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