Folks Get With It 1962

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    Title reads: "Folks get with it".

    Intertitle reads: "In this series Pathe News mirrors the world of the young ones".


    C/U drums and guitars being played.

    Tracking shot window cleaner and wannabe pop star Ray Anton walking along a road carrying bucket and ladder. He passes two young women (they are Pathe employees Angela Kalagias and Francis Walsh), the girls gasp and stare. Various shots Ray Anton climbing ladders and cleaning windows.

    Interior. M/S Ray Anton walking onto stage at 59 Club in Hackney, his band are already on stage. Pan to show hall packed with teenagers. Various shots Ray Anton singing "As If I Cared" (natural sound).

    Exterior. More shots Ray doing his day job. Ray picks up this bucket and ladder and walks away from camera he turn and waves.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:31:43:00 / 01:33:45:00
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    ray anton Temporary workspace: 12.2.2010 17:28 1960s London Music
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