Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 636 - Reel 2 Of… 1967

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    Cuts (rushes, out takes) for stories in Colour Pictorial - CP 636. The original stories and reel 1 of cuts are on Pathe Master tape *PM0401*.

    Cuts for story LASERS in CP 636. Mostly similar footage to cut story about a Heath Robinson ray gun developed at the Services Electronics Research Laboratories at Baldock in Hertfordshire.

    Cuts for story HOVERBATS in CP 636. Mostly similar footage to cut story about 'do-it-yourself' hovercrafts being tried out in a field and on a lake in Apethorpe, Lincolnshire. The 'Hovertwin' on the lake does not look entirely successful; it seems to be sinking! Some men have a bit of trouble pulling it out of the water, the contraption splatters mud all over them - tee hee!

    Cuts for story CONVEYOR-BELT CONFECTIONERS in CP 636. Mostly similar footage to the cut story about sweets being made at a factory in Bury, Lincolnshire. Great shot of millions of sweeties falling out of a chute; a few shots of sweets travelling along conveyor belts and being checked by a blonde lady.

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    01:23:22:00 / 01:32:20:00
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