Gaston Palmer 1941

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No title - Gaston Palmer the juggler.

Probably filmed at Pathe studios, London.

Various shots as he juggles with balls. Various shots as he juggles a hat, cigar and umbrella, various shots as he catches cigar in his mouth and hat on his head. M/S as he catches cigar in its case, which...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
43244
Sort Number:
NSP 265
Time in/Out:
01:24:23:00 / 01:27:12:00
Canister:
NSP 265
Film ID:
1304.13
Issue Date:
28/04/1941

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