Shoe Fashions 1970

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    No title - New shoe fashions. Savoy Hotel, London.

    C/U pair of shoes called, 'Scorpio', the models dance about, camera pans to pair of shoes called, 'Vicki'. C/U pair of men's leather shoes in shaded mahogany colour with buckle. Various great shots men and women dancing on stage in groovy outfits. C/U pair of shoes called, 'Kingston'. C/U little girl called Debbie, C/U of her red shiny shoes. C/U woman called Jeanette.

    C/U of her feet wearing a pair of red shoes called, 'Hit Parade', in crinkle wet look. C/U shoes called 'Elstree', worn by Hannah, the shoes have a silver metallic square heel. M/S people dancing. C/U girl's face, she has hippy type hair. C/U shoes worn by Kathleen, made of navy patent leather. C/U girl wearing shoes called, 'Heidi'. C/U the shoes in wet leather look with piping. C/U shoes called, 'Etna', made of leather with contrast apron and piping.

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    01:49:04:00 / 01:49:58:00
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    Temporary Workspaces: 7.10.2011 17:52 shoes 1980's Swinging 70s Swinging London
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