Paris On The Seine 1950-1955

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Titles are superimposed over an old map of Paris
PARIS ON THE SEINE, in Technicolor
Commentary Gibson Parker. Music Manuel Rosenthal.
Photographed in Technicolor by Jack Cardiff assisted by Geoff Unsworth recorded by P Handford. Directed by J C Bernard.

WS Pan across the Paris skyline...



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1950 - 1955

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