News In Flashes - Munich - German Rock 'n'… 1959

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"News in Flashes" item.

Title reads: "Munich".

Bavarian Rock 'n' Roll Championships, Munich, Germany.

Top shot drummer playing drums. C/U hands playing piano. C/U man strumming a guitar. C/U man playing saxophone. Elevated shot couples on floor jiving. C/U girl jiving. C/U...

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Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
52898
Sort Number:
59/092
Time in/Out:
01:02:55:00 / 01:03:44:00
Canister:
59/92
Film ID:
1703.04
Issue Date:
16/11/1959

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