New Flying Boat 1929

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    Cowes, Isle of White.

    Full titles read: "NEW "FLYING BOAT" - "Cutty Sark" - carries out successful tests on her first flight."

    L/s of the large flying boat being helped into the water by officials. L/S of the aeroplane travelling through the water. Good M/S of the plane flying at low level of the water. L/S of the plane dropping quite rapidly out of the sky and landing perfectly in the water.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:43:12:00 / 01:44:15:00
    G 1621
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    G 1621
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