Air News 1950

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    Full title reads: "Air News".

    Gutersloh airfield, Germany. NATO Troops look over planes before joint air and land manoeuvres.

    VS of soldiers looking over planes. SV Back view Scotman's kilt pan up to American explaining Shooting Star cockpit. CU American and Scotsman looking into cockpit pan down to cockpit. SV. Nose of Lancaster pan to soldiers looking into bomb bay. LV Vampires fighter planes flying in formation forming letters RAF. Air Marshal Sir James Robb looking on. MS Towards and pan to back view Vampires flying over. SV Mosquitos flying in formation drop bombs pan down to bombs.

    Intertitle reads: "London Airport.

    MV Pan as Hawker P 1081 jet flies over aerodrome. LV P 1081 rising in the air. LV Workmen outside hangar looking on. SV Away from camera aircraft shoots into picture, flies low over aerodrome, climbs and rolls. SV Aircraft taxiing towards hangar. CU Travel shot, nose of aircraft. LV Pan people watching outside hangar. CU Test pilot - Wimpy Wade. SV Elevated, aircraft.

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    Cataloguer:
    Mark
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    48123
    Sort Number:
    50/051
    Time in/Out:
    01:01:03:00 / 01:02:18:00
    Canister:
    50/51
    Film ID:
    1474.02
    Issue Date:
    26/06/1950
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