Motor News 1959

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Title reads: "Motor News".

Isle of Man and United States of America (USA).

Manx Grand Prix. M/S riders pushing motorcycles to the starting grid. G/V motorcyclists on the starting grid. C/U mechanics preparing one of the motorcycles. C/U rider putting his goggles on. Panning shot start...

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Data

Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
51258
Sort Number:
59/074
Time in/Out:
01:39:11:00 / 01:41:27:00
Canister:
59/74
Film ID:
1593.20
Issue Date:
14/09/1959

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