Pictorial Personalities - In Your Garden 1944

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L/S of a man digging in his garden. A man approaches and asks him how it is going . It is famous gardener Mr Middleton (probably appeared on radio gardening programmes?). C/Us of both men chatting. Mr Middleton climbs over the fence and demonstrates the right way of using a garden spade.

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Cataloguer:
Jenny
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
42902
Sort Number:
NP 002
Time in/Out:
01:09:49:00 / 01:11:49:00
Canister:
NP 2
Film ID:
1289.04
Issue Date:
25/09/1944

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