British Exports To USA 1949

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    British exports (round up of British goods on sale in America). New York, America (USA).

    MS pan down from name (Regal) above shop to shop window, showing display of shoes and neon sign 'Regal Shoes'. MS tracking into CU of shoes in shop window. MS show case with British shoes on show in shop. MS nameplate above show case - showing Regal coat of arms, "Imported, Regal Britishers 900 dollars" - pan down to shoes in case. MS Regal Shoes Shop, with pedestrians walking past. MS woman getting into new Austin A40 saloon - driving away into traffic. (Fifth Avenue). Various shots showing Austin car driving along through busy traffic with US cars. MS large American bus driving past camera. MS shop front of Hunt & Winterbotham Woollens. MS woollen check cloth in shop window, tracking shot from MS to CU into window.

    MS ornate show case containing woollen goods folded. - Show case decorated with Royal Coat of Arms - pan down case into CU. MS sign amongst woollens in case - "There is no better value in the world today than fine English woollens". "Hunt & Winterbotham". MS salesman displaying woollen scarves to woman shopper, under sign "William Payne Ltd". MS tracking into CU showing woman's hands lifting scarves. CU rack holding bales of cloth, salesman lifting bale down showing it to customer. MS glass fronted showroom including glass doors, of Inskip Motors, men walking into showroom. MS salesman showing Morris Minor tourer to customer. MS customer getting into Morris Miner Tourer, taken from rear of car, customer sitting in car trying controls. MS notice showing difference in prices since devaluation.

    MS Riley 2 1/2 litre convertible coupe. MS MG Midget. MS's showroom of Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Incorporated pan to President of the Company Mr Hensel Wedgwood talking to a customer admiring Wedgwood bowl. Various shots customers admiring Wedgwood. Various shots workmen unpacking barrels containing Wedgwood, stacking pieces in racks, cups, plates etc. MS Alfred Dunhill shop front Rockefeller Plaza. MS Alfred Dunhill window display, sowing pipes, tobacco jars, etc. MS interior of British Travel Centre (Madison Avenue) customer enquiring at desk. MS woman receptionist speaking to customer, then using telephone, pan up to raised map of British Isles on wall of centre. MS sign "British Travel Association", TA coat of Arms - "Tourist Division of the British Tourist and Holidays Board".

    MS museum silver shop, shop front, with sign "Sale 20% reduction owing to devaluation". MS sign advertising Fort Montagu Beach Hotel, Nassau in the Bahamas 15% cut owing to devaluation. MS men checking cases of Johnnie Walker Whisky stacked in warehouse. CU end of case, showing Johnnie Walker sign. MS workmen loading cases of whisky onto hand truck, one man marks case with stencil. MS men running whisky along rollers into van. MS truck driving away from loading bay.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1949
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    65428
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2286.22
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:07:18:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:53:35:00 / 02:00:53:00
    Canister:
    UN 2218 C
    Sort Number:
    UN 2218 C
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