Coco The Clown And Chimp Band 1955

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    Coco the clown and chimpanzee band at Selfridges. London.

    LS Coco the clown with children. MS as Coco takes handkerchief and top hat and shows them to children. Various CU's children watching. CU Coco the clown with hair standing on end.

    LS chimpanzees seated in chairs. Various shots chimpanzees on tightrope, riding bicycle round ring, playing leap frog, and drinking from bottle. MS children watching. Various shots chimpanzee band, with good shots of chimps playing their instruments and applauding.

    MS children watching, and people looking in shop window. LS toy chimp band in window of store, and real chimps in the window with them, they touch them and jump up and down in excitement. Various shots people looking in store window. MS Coco the Clown in behind chimpanzees. Back view people looking in window.

    Cataloguer's note: this item could be seen as demeaning to animals.

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    British Pathé
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    01:01:51:00 / 01:05:57:00
    UN 2790 D
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    UN 2790 D
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