Come To The Cinema Garden Party 1926

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Kew, London.

Title reads: "Come to the Cinema Garden Party the jolliest Fete of the Year. You may be the lucky one to ..."

Still of a poster that reads: "Win this Clyno Motor Car for 2'6. On view at the Cinematograph Garden Party, Royal Botanic Gardens, Saturday 17th July ..."




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G 1310
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01:29:55:00 / 01:30:34:00
G 1310
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