Away With The Wind 1932

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    Full titles read: "AWAY WITH THE WIND - Winged art blows past the Camera Lens."

    Intertitle reads: "Photographed by a new stereoscopic process, at Hamilton, Bermuda, where white sails make an entrancing picture."

    L/S's of three yachts sailing past, just off the coast of Bermuda. Good M/S of the bow of one of the vessels cutting through the water. More L/S's of the majestic looking boats.

    Intertitle reads: "the best effort of the new magic stereo-cine eye -"

    C/U of bushes in front of the camera lens, in the background the yachts glide by. Several more good shots of the yachts taken through the pioneering lens.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:28:34:00 / 01:30:16:00
    PT 142
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    PT 142
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