Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 325 - Victorian… 1961

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    Cuts (out takes, rushes) for stories in Colour Pictorial - CP 325. The original stories are on Pathe Master tape PM0135.

    Cuts for story VICTORIAN BEACH DANCE in CP 325. Similar footage to the cut story; children from Violet Ballentine's Dancing School perform a Victorian beach dance tableau.

    Cuts for story CHINESE JUNK in CP 325. Mostly similar footage to that in the cut story; the Chinese Junk sailing on the Yacht Basin; M/Ss of painted decoration on the boat.

    Cuts for story 300 M.P.H. ROAD in CP 325. Similar footage to cut story; several point of view shots as we travel along the M1 (at normal speed) and pass several road signs; a few sequences in London, as in cut story, of speeded up film, travelling around Piccadilly, and possibly The Strand (?). Nice L/S of the lights at Piccadilly Circus in daylight / dusk. Sequence as in the cut story of the man pulling into a service station; different shot shows the man looking at his watch and drumming impatiently on the steering wheel as his tank is filled (this in fast motion).

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