Dear Old Ally Pally 1921

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Item title reads - "Dear Old Ally Pally" - where the racing is sometimes described as "round the pan and up the handle" - attracts huge crowds to its final 1921 meeting. London.

Intertitle - 'In the Paddock' - M/S of a horse, the jockey jumps on and they are led away. Horses run about in the...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
22580
Sort Number:
G 0821
Time in/Out:
01:27:41:00 / 01:31:55:00
Canister:
G 821
Film ID:
246.28
Issue Date:
03/11/1921

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