Favourite Dogs For 1925 1925

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    No title - paperwork reads - Favourite dogs for 1925. Magnificent specimens, compete for Championship at Alsatian dog show. Westminster, London.

    C/U of a lady sat with her Alsatian which licks its lips and looks round. C/U of its glossy coat. M/S of two smaller dogs of different shades, one barks a lot and strains to get away, the other one joins in the barking. C/U of a lovely dog, it pricks its ears up. M/S of a lady sat with two dogs by her side. The title is repeated. L/S from above as the dogs are paraded round the arena as the judges watch them. M/S of a lady with her two dogs. C/U of one dog with bright eyes.

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