Cowal Highland Gathering 1947

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    Cuts from newsreel 47/71 - Scots gather for the highland games at Dunoon, Ayrshire in Scotland.

    Several shots of highland games - men in unitards wrestling on the show ground; a woman in traditional dress does some Scottish dancing; a man in a kilt puts the shot; men playing bagpipes. A little girl walks along carrying a prize shield - a man carries her and the shield. A man prepares to throw the hammer.

    Piped bands march around the arena. A man prepares to toss the caber. C/Us of young Scottish girls smiling at camera.

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    British Pathé
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    01:30:52:00 / 01:34:14:00
    UN 1803 B
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    UN 1803 B
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