Mosquito Plane In Flight 1947

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    London & Cape Town, South Africa.

    British Mosquito aircraft flies from London to Cape Town in 21 1/2 hours. LS. Scene on the airfield at Cape Town, South Africa, as the arrival of the plane is awaited. Table Mountain in the background. Several shots of the plane landing and the pilot, Squadron Leader H. B. Martin being interviewed. CU. Royal Air Force badge on the side of the plane. Various shots of pilot Martin, and Squadron Leader E. B. Sismore, the navigator, before leaving, having their harness fitted on and saying their goodbyes. CU. The pilot. Several shots of the plane taking off. More shots of the plane landing and the crew being interviewed.

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    Date found in the old record - 01/05/1947.

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    Media URN:
    66414
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    Film ID:
    2365.07
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    00:04:35:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:27:12:00 / 01:31:47:00
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    UN 1703 A
    Sort Number:
    UN 1703 A
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