Plymouth Hoe! 1934

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    Titles read: 'Plymouth Hoe!'.

    Plymouth, Devon.

    Several scenic shots of the city of Plymouth. Roof tops. High angle shots of streets with Cathedral in distance. Several shots of details of the Cathedral. Ancient buildings in narrow streets. Harbour with sailing boats moored. Harbour buildings. Brief C/U of seadog (fisherman). People standing near memorial on harbour wall - could be spot that the Mayflower sailed from. C/U of inscription reading 'Mayflower 1620'.

    Scenic view of harbour with sailboat moving across the water. Shot panning along coastline, showing pier and lighthouse. Brief shot of people swimming in pool, cordoned off from sea. Shots of the area around the mouth of the harbour. Shots of statue of Sir Frances Drake near sea front. Shot of part of pier - looks like could be under construction (or being dismantled) - quite spindly. M/Ss of lighthouse and war memorial. More general views of harbour area.

    Film rolls out of rack several times.

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    British Pathé
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    01:22:33:00 / 01:24:54:00
    PT 249
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    lighthouse Temporary Workspaces: 15.7.2010 08:36 Plymouth
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