Foot Artist 1954

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    Foot Artist. Southfields, London.

    M/S girl (fifteen year-old Ceilia White) playing piano. Camera tilts down to her foot which is drawing on a piece of paper. C/U Woman's foot with pencil being held by her big toe. She is drawing a picture of a cat. M/S Woman drawing with her foot. Low angle shot of woman playing piano while looking down at her footwork. C/U Woman's feet drawing the cat she is putting on the cat's whiskers.

    C/U Woman's face. C/U Woman's foot drawing hat. Back shot of woman playing piano. High angle shot, looking down on woman drawing cat. She bends down and picks up drawing and looks at it. M/S Woman getting up from piano with drawing and walking out of picture. M/S Woman entering picture, and sits down, she picks up other pictures she has drawn and looks at them. C/U Woman showing drawings she has drawn with her feet, in this order. Policeman - little girl watering garden - little boy in bed - man selling papers.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:47:37:00 / 01:48:53:00
    NP 491
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    NP 491
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