First Open Tennis Tournament 1968

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No title. First open lawn tennis tournament at Bournemouth, Dorset for amateur and professional players.

L/S tennis matches in progress on row of courts. Various shots tennis player Peter Curtis and Fred Stolle playing game. Panning shot tennis player Christine Truman arriving. Panning shot...

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Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
56722
Sort Number:
68/034
Time in/Out:
01:45:11:00 / 01:46:25:00
Canister:
68/34
Film ID:
2059.31
Issue Date:
25/04/1968

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