Multi Parking Automatic 1964

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    Full title reads: "Leyton. Multi Parking Automatic".

    Leyton, Greater London. A hugely complex automatic parking system is demonstrated - lots of keys and lifts.

    LV Pan girl in Triumph TR4 sports car drives onto ramp of the Auro automatic car park. LV As she leans out of car and turns key to open gate, pan to gate opening. LV As she drives car onto pallet. SV Girl gets out of car and walks away. CU As she turns key to close gate. CU As she turns key to deposit car. LV Pan as cars start moving round. SV Pan ditto. LV As car is lifted from lower to upper deck. CU ditto. LV As car gets to top of ramp and moves along. LV Girl arrives to collect her car. CU As she turns key to collect her car. LV Car arrives at gate and gate opens. SV Crowd watching. SV As girl backs car out of car park. LV Pan ditto. Slip Pan.

    LV Man walks round car after parking it outside his house. He stops and waves at the car. CU As gear lever shifts into gear on its own. LV As car drives across the road and goes into garage. SV As garage roller door closes.

    (Orig.Neg.)

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    Cataloguer:
    Mark
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    54613
    Sort Number:
    64/061
    Time in/Out:
    01:10:04:00 / 01:11:37:00
    Canister:
    64/61
    Film ID:
    1767.06
    Issue Date:
    27/07/1964
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    Travel & Exploration Science & Technology
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    ELEVATORS
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  • "Man walks round car after parking it" - the car is a Sunbeam Alpine.

    jamied 9th Oct 2012

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