Cambridge Crew 1935

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    Full title reads: "Cambridge Crew. Interview with the Light Blues".

    Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.

    Panning C/U of members of Cambridge University boat race crew: T R M Bristow, JHC Powell, D J (actually D G) Kingsford, AD Kingsford, M P Lonnon, J H T Wilson, W G R M Laurie, E A Szilagyi, J N Duckworth (coxswain). All wear light coloured blazers and are standing in front of a college building.

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    01:10:45:00 / 01:11:37:00
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  • "R M Bristo" should read T R M Bristow.

    "A E Silargi" should E A Szilagyi.

    "D J Kingsford" is wrongly announced by the voiceover man, it should be D G Kingsford (as is evident from the initials on the rower's jumper). He was killed in action during WWII.

    "M P Lonhan" should read M P Lonnon.

    J H T Wilson later won a Gold Medal for Great Britain in the 1948 Olympics.

    W G R M Laurie is the father of actor Hugh Laurie.

    jamied 16th Mar 2012
  • That's a really great help - interesting to know about Hugh Laurie's father.

    British Pathé 11th May 2012

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