Boy-Toymakers 1954

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    Boy Toy Makers, London.

    L/S Boy (Derek Young) drilling holes in model bus. M/S Boy drilling holes in model bus, he then puts drill down and picks up piece of wood and fixes to bottom of bus. M/S Boy working on bus. L/S and C/U Boy fixing wheels to bus. L/S Boy finishing wheels. Picks up bus and looks at it. C/U Boy (Eddie Best) turning picture on fret-saw machine. He is cutting out a jigsaw puzzle. C/U Boy's face. C/U Picture being cut out for jigsaw. M/S Boys by table. They are taking out moulds of soldiers. C/U Boy. Camera pans down showing him taking a toy soldiers out of mould.

    C/U Another boy taking wooden peg off mould which holds it together. He then with peg, takes out a model soldier on horseback. (This mould is in lead). C/U Toy mould of soldiers. Boy (Tim and Bill Cain) puts to these the soldier he has taken out of mould. M/S Boy buffing wooden toy he has just finished. M/S Boy buffing wooden duck. M/S Boys painting wooden models. M/S Showing wooden models. Little toy man is walking down ramp. C/U Little toy man walking. C/U Wooden rabbit on wheels. C/U Wooden deer on wheels. C/U Lead soldiers on horseback going into wooden fort. M/S Wooden fort.

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    British Pathé
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    Time in/Out:
    01:11:31:00 / 01:13:09:00
    NP 537
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    NP 537
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    Children's Toys
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