Pathe Review - Colour Film 1928

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Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown. 1928?

Early colour film (probably from America) - Colour quality varies from scene to scene.
CU of yellow flowers.
Intertitle reads: "Some very dumb puffins -- they don't know what to do with their fish."
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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
59004
Sort Number:
UN 0151 D
Time in/Out:
01:00:04:00 / 01:12:24:00
Canister:
UN 151 D
Film ID:
586.01
Issue Date:
1928

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