Sand Artist 1964

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Weymouth, Dorset.

Fred Darrington uses sand to mould copies of masterpieces. Various shots of the seaside at Weymouth with children riding on donkeys and making sandcastles. We see several shots of Fred's hands moulding the sand and spraying it with water, he is in a little enclosure and has...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
3561
Sort Number:
CP 504
Time in/Out:
01:50:36:00 / 01:52:31:00
Canister:
CP 504
Film ID:
287.08
Issue Date:
23/08/1964

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