Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 523 - Finn Sailing,… 1964

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    Cuts (out takes, rushes) for stories in Colour Pictorial - CP 523. The original stories are on Pathe Master tape *PM0305*.

    DICKENS RESTAURANT - more shots of actors and actresses in Dickensian costume in the Dickens Restaurant. More shots of Lionel Bart. Diners having their dinner. Steaks being cooked. Material is similar to that used in cut story.

    NEON SIGNS - similar footage to cut story. Includes shots of neon sign for Technicolor (sic) in Piccadilly Circus. C/Us of neon letters being made and colour being pumped in.

    FINN SAILING - similar footage to cut story. More footage of dinghies racing and of spectators.

    TITCHFIELD CARNIVAL - mostly similar footage to cut story. C/U of Carnival Queen being crowned not used, also some shots of floats not in cut story. Some nice C/Us of children in fancy dress. Adults too. More of the funfair. Bloke with a superior quiff throws balls at a coconut shy.

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    01:00:07:00 / 01:13:28:00
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