Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 533 Reel 2 Of 2… 1965

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    Cuts (rushes, out takes) for story featured in Colour Pictorial - CP 533. The original stories are also on Pathe Master tape *PM0321*.

    BEAUTY QUEEN - more footage of the contestants of a beauty queen contest. Good C/Us and L/Ss of the girls on the catwalk. Moving camera shot which goes into the wings to show the girls waiting to come on. Various shots of the girls and the judges. As the voting slips of the judges are collected we see that one of them has been doodling on a piece of paper under his voting slip. Winner is announced and given sash and kiss. C/U of sign announcing £2,000 prize for holiday princess contest.

    Various shots of Jackie Kelk working on the dress for the contest winner. Footage same or similar as cut story.

    BOTTLE GARDENS - same or similar footage to cut story.

    AUTO GYRO - similar footage to cut story. Auto-gyro being assembled. Mother, father and son work together to get the aircraft ready. Mum puts on her crash helmet. Father and son take the roof off the car - it is a Thunderbird convertible. They get in the car and drive off. Shot of the auto-giro being pulled along behind them. Good shots of it in the air.

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    01:52:50:00 / 02:04:37:00
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