Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 494 - Hexagonal… 1964

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    Cuts (rushes, out takes) for stories in Colour Pictorial - CP 494. Original stories are on Pathe Master tape *PM0283* and *PM0281*.

    HEXAGONAL HOUSE (CP 494)- Please refer to record for original story as cuts are similar.

    THE STUDENT'S DALEK (aka ROBOT BOOK SELLER) (CP 494) - Some more shots of people putting money into the robot's pot. Otherwise please refer to record for original story as cuts are similar.

    MEXICO-IN-THE-MIDLANDS (aka CACTUS STORY) (CP 494) - Please refer to record for original story as cuts are similar.

    Some unidentified shots of a woman being pushed up moving walkways (like you get in Airports) in a wheelchair - not from CP 494 or CP 492.

    ZOO FARM (CP 492) - More cute shots of a chimp feeding milk to a baby badger.

    MEXICO-IN-THE-MIDLANDS (aka CACTUS STORY) (CP 494) - More shots similar to original story.

    LAND ROVER RALLY - Please refer to record for original story as cuts are similar.

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    01:07:05:00 / 01:20:50:00
    CP 494 / 492 Cuts
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