French Motor Show 1949

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    Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.

    Paris, France. French Motor Show.

    SV Pan man and women in Victorian dress driving 1900 car. De dion Bouton. (super title).

    CU Old style people driving old car.

    GV Exterior Grand Palais.

    GV Interior elevated motor show. SV Modern car. SV Elevated car show.

    SV Front view Franay car. SV Showing seats of Franay.

    SV Modern car on turntable. CU Radiator grille pan up, to bonnet. SV Modern car on turntable.

    SV 1900 couple sitting in modern car.

    CU Pan Delahaye car ordered by Eva (Evita) Peron, on turntable.

    SV 1900 couple getting into De dion Bouton. and driving away from motor show.

    Possibly connected with 49/84 - MD.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:39:43:00 / 01:40:52:00
    UNSO Reel 071 C
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    UNSO 071 C
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  • Longer version (by 16 seconds) of film ID 1411.27.

    jamied 18th Feb 2012

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