Flying Angel 1968

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    No title - Flying Angel - Matron uses electric powered scooter for her rounds. Lewisham, Greater London.

    Exterior M/S as matron, Miss Irene Watkins, comes down slope on her electric powered scooter. M/S as she travels past on scooter. Back view as she goes away from camera and into Ladywell Old People's Home. C/U and M/S of Irene moving along corridor on her scooter. M/S travel shot along the corridor. L/S as Irene enters rest room and stops at one of the tables, gets off scooter and starts to arrange flowers. She talks to resident, Mrs Caroline Allen, 103 years old. C/U of Mrs Allen. M/S of Irene talking to Mrs Allen, she turns and gets back on scooter. M/S as she drives off through another ward. L/S of the ward as she passes camera. M/S as she drives through the ward, she stops to talk to a couple of patients. M/S as she drives off.

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    British Pathé
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    01:23:23:00 / 01:24:35:00
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