Fox Hunting Meet 1949

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    Western Foxhounds meet. Rosehill Sanatorium, Near Penzance. Cornwall.

    LS the hunt getting ready. MS huntsmen and women gathered outside sanatorium, where the Secretary of the Western Foxhounds, Duncan Simpson, is a patient. CU the Master of the Hounds, Leslie Oats, drinking the Cup. Various shots men and women drinking, three male patients look out of window and wave. MS hunt gathered in sanatorium grounds.

    CU nurse patting horse. CU's the hounds. MS riders and pack waiting to go. Various shots nurses with dogs and riders in background. CU nurses bending over to pat dogs. Various shots nurses and dogs. Various shots the hunt gathered in grounds of sanatorium. MS cameraman, pan to huntsmen. MS patients waving from window. CU the Master of the Hounds blowing horn. Various shots of the hunt moving off. MS's patients waving from their beds. MS's girls waving from inside ward.

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    British Pathé
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    01:00:02:00 / 01:03:13:00
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