Charlie Kunz 1934

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London (probably Pathe studio).

Various shots of pianist Charlie Kunz in white tie and tails, playing the grand piano. The popular tunes he plays are 'For All We Know', 'I Saw Stars' and 'All I Do Is Dream Of You'.

Duplicate exists in Turns Can 14 - see separate...

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Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
38618
Sort Number:
PT 248
Time in/Out:
01:06:54:00 / 01:09:13:00
Canister:
PT 248
Film ID:
1110.05
Issue Date:
24/12/1934

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