Seeing Stars 1951

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    Morden, Surrey (London).

    GV. Pan, packed grounds. SV. Guy Middleton and Pat Dainton. SCU. Anna Neagle signing autographs. SCU. Michael Wilding signing autographs. SCU. Photographers snapping. SCU. Michael Denision and Dulcie Gray. GV. Crowd. SV. Veronica Hurst, Pat Dainton and Joan Dowling wearing Festival hats. CU. Veronica Hurst wearing shot tower hat. SV. Burt Lancaster. SV. Bette Davis. CU. Bela Lugosi. SV. Crowd waving to jeep loaded with stars. CU. Diane Hart. Legs in spotted stocking, pan up to her head. SV. Crowds thrusting autograph books at Joan Dowling seated on jeep. SV. Crowds rushing forward. MV. Dennis Price being mobbed by fans, & SV.


    Maidenhead, Berkshire.

    MV. Crews in old fashioned costumes paddling down river at start of Maidenhead regatta. SV. Man dressed in boater, punting. GV. River. Boats proceeding to Boulter's Lock. SV. Women in period costumes holding parasols. Man in boater seated in punt. SV. Ciceley Courtneidge and party. MV. Crowds around Boulter's Lock. CU. Man punting into Boulter's Lock. SCU. Women passengers aboard punt. SV. People in costumes in boats. SV. Crowds on Boulter's Lock. MV. Punts in Boulter's Lock. CU. Pan, people in old time costume, including policeman. SV. Man holding dog in boat. MV. Crowded Boulter's Lock. SV. Ciceley Courtneidge and party. SV. Women in striped costumes and bloomers. CU. Man in punt. MV. Punt proceeding through Boulter's Lock.


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    01:50:55:00 / 01:52:45:00
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