Miss Winnie Ryland 1935

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No titles. Acrobatic dancer Winnie Ryland.

Pathe Studio, London.

Winnie Ryland, described by the narrator as the "nearest human approach to india rubber", performs her dance act of acrobatic and contortionist moves to music. She wears a shiny leotard costume with little net skirt decorated...

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Cataloguer:
Ron / Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
83856
Sort Number:
Turns 18 A
Time in/Out:
01:07:37:00 / 01:09:06:00
Canister:
Turns Can 18 A
Film ID:
2903.03
Issue Date:
15/03/1935

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