Old Planes Air Stunts 1966

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    Full title reads: "Bucks. Old Planes Air Stunts".

    Wycombe Air Park, Buckinghamshire.

    GV Numerous aircraft. LV De Havilland Cirrus Moth. SV Ditto. SV An Arrow Active Bi-plane. CU The dashboard. CU Mr Norman Jones standing by the Arrow Active Bi-plane which he owns.

    GV Fairey Swordfish. CU Ditto. Pan down to show the torpedo which the Swordfish is carrying. SV Men cranking handle on the Swordfish and the propeller eventually turns. CU Propeller. GV Swordfish taxies towards camera. SV Swordfish taxies by. GV Some Turbulents taxiing across field. GV Swordfish flying overhead.

    GV Turbulents giving aerobatic display. GV Ditto. GV Ditto.

    CU Sir Alan Cobham on right of picture.

    GV Pan a Cosmic Wind aircraft piloted by Tony Haigh-Thomas comes in low and turns upside down.

    GV Boys watching.

    GV As the aircraft comes towards camera again and completes a roll in a series of jerks.

    (Original Neg.)

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    01:39:36:00 / 01:41:03:00
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