Selected Originals - 4 Trapped By Cave -… 1952

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    Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "4 Trapped By Cave - In" 52/34.

    Same material as in the newsreel - American voiceover - first shot without superimposed title.

    Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.

    Story about four people trapped by ditch caving in.

    SV. Men digging away fallen earth in trench (for super)

    SV. People looking on. Woman crying.

    SV. Carl Springstead buried up to neck in soil, being dug out by rescuers. SV. Rescuers looking down trench.

    MV. Basket litter being lowered pan to human chain pulling Springstead from earth. & SV. MV. Crowd looking on.

    SV. Springstead on litter being hauled to surface.

    SV. Two women looking on, one crying.

    SV. Another rescued man being borne to surface.

    SV. Rescuers looking on. SV. Padre in crowd.

    SV. Corpse of David Smart being hauled to surface.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:06:53:00 / 01:07:43:00
    52/34 D (Selected Originals)
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    52/034 D
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