Katherine's Adventures - Episode 3 1952

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    Frankfurt, Germany.

    CU. Chimpanzee Katherine pressing doorbell. MS. Shot through keyhole, donkey answering the door. MS. Chimpanzee entering door. MS. Donkey scratching the ground with hoof. MS. Chimpanzee on rocking horse. MS. Donkey entering the room. MS. Chimpanzee climbs onto donkey's back. MS. Chimpanzee 'digging' donkey in effort to make it move. MS. Chimpanzee sweeping up mess made by donkey. MS. Chimpanzee making donkey leave the room. MS. Chimpanzee looking through keyhole. LS. Through keyhole, of woman undressing. CU. Chimpanzee covering her eyes. LS. Through keyhole, woman undressing. CU. Monkey looking through keyhole. LS. Through keyhole, woman hurriedly dressing. LS. Chimp running away. MS. Chimpanzee hiding under bedclothes. MS. Woman looking for the chimp. MS. Chimp hiding behind curtain. MS. Chimpanzee chasing another chimpanzee from under the bedclothes. LS. Chimpanzee jumps through window onto donkey's back and rides away.

    (Mute. F.G.)

    Date found in the old record - 01/01/1952.

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    British Pathé
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    01:00:01:00 / 01:01:22:00
    UN 2418 E
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    UN 2418 E
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