Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 488 - Reel 2 Of… 1964

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    Cuts (rushes, out takes) for stories in Colour Pictorial - CP 488. The original stories are on Pathe Master tape *PM0275*. Reel 2 of 2.

    Cuts for story GIBRALTAR APES in CP 488. Similar footage to that in the cut story with long sequences of the rock peak, buildings, guards on parade, a sentry, the British letterbox, with a woman posting a letter. At the peak we see the cannons and the apes, some grooming themselves. There are some good tourist shots, with a BEA aircraft on the tarmac, a quick shot at low angle of some young girls waving, and bicycles and others at the border (01:09:43 - 01:14:35).

    Feet of people at the border, someone carrying planks, a donkey with a hat, border guards checking papers. In the town we see a man hosing the streets. At the beach we see people sunbathing on a concrete deck, views of the rocky coast, some young men sunbathing. Fish are weighed after a sea fishing outing (01:18:57 - 01:22:41).

    Cuts for story TOWER RAVENS in CP 488. Similar footage to that in the cut story (01:14:35 - 01:18:57).

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    Cataloguer:
    Margaret
    Stock:
    Colour
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    Media URN:
    3503
    Sort Number:
    CP 488 Cuts
    Time in/Out:
    01:09:43:00 / 01:22:41:00
    Canister:
    CP 488 Cuts
    Film ID:
    277.02
    Issue Date:
    1964
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