Judo Kids 1963

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    Banstead, Surrey.

    Various shots girl - Angela Glegg - doing judo throws on men (Mike Andrews, Roy Shakespeare). Group of children in judo suits sit watching round edge of mat set out on field - they are members of The Haikiro Judo Club. The instructor - Mr. Thatcher - enters, the fighting stops, they all bow.

    Mr. T. beckons one of the children. Various shots little boy - Jeffrey Elbeow (sp.) - demonstrating judo moves very proficiently.

    M/S all children getting up from ground. They form lines on mat with instructor in front. Various shots children demonstrating different ways of falling. M/S teenage girls watching from mat edge.

    M/S another little boy getting up. Various shots two little boys - Francis Skegman and Andrew Coppe - fighting on mat, instructor umpires.

    M/S children watching. Various shots very small boy - Lenny Shakespeare, aged 4 - demonstrating throws on adult men, including his father, Roy.

    Please note that the paperwork mentions Colour Pictorial story - CP 273 - BOY JUDO STAR - could be a link?

    Cuts exist - see separate record.

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    01:37:29:00 / 01:39:09:00
    CP 449
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    CP 449
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