Poole's Not Out Of Bounds 1965

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    Item title reads - Poole's not out of bounds.

    600th anniversary. Poole, Dorset.

    Various shots crowds gathered in front of Custom House to beat the bounds. M/S Town Crier ringing bell. M/S Jurymen marching along. L/S Mayor and officials walking towards harbour. L/S pan pirates putting up mock fight in harbour. Various shots boatload of pirates with hose directing it at other boats. L/S pirate boat firing cannon twice. L/S two pirates in rubber dinghy throwing buckets of water over another boat. M/S crowds of pleasure boats following. L/S's Mayor's party coming ashore at sandbanks. L/S crowd of pirates running along beach. Various shots pirates and Jurymen fighting. M/S of the mayor pulling rope to hang a pirate from the yard arm. L/S as the dummy pirate is hoisted up. Various shots as pirates walk the plank.

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    British Pathé
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    01:17:07:00 / 01:18:29:00
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    Poole Beating The Bounds Poole Temporary Workspaces: 30.7.2010 21:05 Town Criers crichel down
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