Moomba Festival - Melbourne AKA Moomba Festival,… 1962

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    Australian newsreel item. Title reads: "Parade And International Car Race as Moomba Climax"

    Sandown Raceway, Melbourne, New South Wales, Australia

    High shot, Moomba parade - a huge swan float goes past. CU Swan's head. High shot, man on stilts. High shot, one of the two Beauty Queens, this one from India, passes on a float. LS Second Queen, Gillian Monroe, a local girl. Floats passing, El Cid's fortress, a Texan hat and a veteran fire engine.

    LS Stadium at racetrack. MS Cars gather on the grid for an international Motor Race on the new track at Sandown Raceway. This too is all part of the Moomba Raceway Festival. CU Jack Brabham sitting in his car adjusting his helmet strap. CU Stirling Moss, John Surtees and Reventlow standing in a group. The start of the race. Various shots during International Motor Race. Coverage is good all sections of the track. Jack Brabham takes the chequered flag. CU Winner Jack Brabham takes a well deserved drink after his hard race.

    Note: Date on original record: 20/03/1962. Australian commentary. Alternative spellings: Reventlow / Raventlow.

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    British Pathé
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    01:17:07:00 / 01:19:02:00
    UN 3613 C
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    UN 3613 C
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    Stirling Moss Stirling Moss Stirling Moss Part 1 John Surtees Complete Jack Brabham
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