Hurricanes Reel 2 1942

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    Unedited material of the construction and testing of Hurricane aircraft. c. 1942

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    Reel 2. C/U of man fixing struts to an aircraft. Pan across as man carries part to another bench. Other workers in the background. C/U of parts being fixed together. Parts are stacked. Part is lifted off a large stack. C/U of man hammering nails into part. Panning shot of men at work on framework. M/S of man measuring something very precisely. C/U of hands screwing a small screw. M/S of men lifting a large piece of framework and fixing it on to another. Moving shot of the factory showing many men at work on the aircraft. Shot is repeated. Another panning shot of the factory. C/U of hands of two men working together. C/Us of man taking small screws out of a box. Man puts piece of aircraft in place from underneath framework. Tilt upwards to show his face. C/Us of small lever being turned. C/U of exterior of the aircraft being riveted on. C/U of hands placing rivets in holes. M/Ss of two men fixing on part of the aircraft exterior.

    Continued in Reel 3.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1942
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    Media URN:
    83732
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2897.06
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:07:11:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:30:14:00 / 01:37:25:00
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