R100 Lands In Canada 1930

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    Full title reads: "R-100 Lands in Canada on Ocean Hop From England. Montreal, Canada."
    Introductory intertitle reads: "World's Largest and speediest Airship moors at St. Hubert Airport, after bucking storms on 79 hour flight from Cardington covering 3,5000 miles."

    Montreal, Canada.

    Dusk shots of the R.100 dirigible moving towards mooring mast. The airship gets closer. Shots of the R100 being attached to mooring mast. Pan along R100. Shots of Airship.

    Intertitle reads: "Safe despite damage caused by gale."

    Pan along length of airship showing windows in envelope as passengers are inside. Shots of patch to envelope where it was ripped by wind.

    Intertitle reads: "Rear Adm. Moffett, USN, greets Major G H Scott British airship pioneer."

    Shots of American Navy Rear Admiral Moffett talking to Major Scott.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:26:37:00 / 01:28:29:00
    UN 61 E
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    UN 0061 E
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    Airships R101 PK Media - Neville Shute R100 Footage R101 Airship
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