Billy Mayerl Issue Title Is Good Hunting 1944

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Part of issue GOOD HUNTINGDON.

Pathe Studios, London.

Pianist Billy Mayerl does impressions on his piano of a barrel organ, an old gramophone that slows down and then gets stuck (tune is "Do You Ken John Peel), a lady playing an old out-of-tune piano. A Scottie dog sitting next to...

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Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
50467
Sort Number:
NSP 411
Time in/Out:
01:19:48:00 / 01:22:40:00
Canister:
NSP 411
Film ID:
1572.12
Issue Date:
14/02/1944

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