Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 521 - Reel 2 Of… 1964

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    Cuts (rushes, out takes) for story in Colour Pictorial - CP 521 - "Good-bye to the Circus". Cut story is on tape *PM0303*.

    Lots of footage not used in cut story.

    Various shots of performing animals in a circus show. Animals include elephants, camels and horses. A few humans too including tightrope walkers.

    John Chipperfield is seen training a large horse and an elephant.

    Southampton Docks. We see preparations for transporting caravans and animals to Africa. Chimp is posed holding a handkerchief. His trainer tries to make him keep his head up. Chimp is led onto the boat by two handlers then given a cigarette to smoke. Hay is loaded onto a boat. Sad looking polar bears are seen in cages. Baby elephants are coaxed out of a trailer.

    Various shots of Chipperfield's lorries, animals and foodstuffs being loaded onto the boat. Chimp dressed up in sailor's uniform is posed on deck.

    Note: alternative spelling for search purposes - Chipperfields Circus.

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    Cataloguer:
    Jenny
    Stock:
    Colour
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    Media URN:
    3639
    Sort Number:
    CP 521 Cuts
    Time in/Out:
    01:27:07:00 / 01:37:48:00
    Canister:
    CP 521 Cuts
    Film ID:
    305.03
    Issue Date:
    1964
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