Lord Jellicoe 1925

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    Cuts (rushes, out takes) for stories LORD JELLICOE and FIRST CORNISH OYSTER FEAST in G 1236 on *PM0428*. The original stories are on Pathe Master tape *PM0428*.

    M/S as the camera pans across the fishermen.

    L/S as Lord Jellicoe walks down the line of cadets.

    M/S of two ladies and the mayor. C/U of a man in D.O.C.O.F hat.

    M/S of Lord Jellicoe walking down a line of cadets, various shots as he salutes and speaks to them. M/S as he speaks to various people and shakes hands.

    C/U of a man eating an oyster, and M/S of the fishing team.

    M/S pan across Lord Jellicoe talking, M/S as he gets on a launch, L/S of Raleigh's ship. M/S as Lord Jellicoe stands on some steps and shakes hands with a man.

    Note: this item contains a mixture of cuts from Lord Jellicoe and First Cornish Oyster Feast.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:18:17:00 / 01:20:07:00
    G 1236
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    G 1236
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