Automatic Service Stations For Cars Operating… 1961

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    Budapest, Hungary.

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    Various shots of a car undergoing a wash with everything done by machine. LS. Car driving into a service station. MS. Interior, as the woman driver gets out of car and speaks to a man. Various shots as the under-carriage of the car is washed. MS. KS. showing the drivers of the car taking refreshments in lounge, while their car is being washed. MS. as the cleaned car drives out of station, pan up to sign above 'Auras Service'.


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    British Pathé
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    01:08:01:00 / 01:08:47:00
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    UN 3498 F
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