Silken Suppleness 1930

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Dance movements by Marika Rokk the Budapest Dancing Star from the London Coliseum.

C/U of very glamorous woman wearing a skimpy shiny outfit and head dress. She dances around a bit. Very stylised movements - lots of flinging the arms around and standing on tiptoe. Marika slowly bends down...

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Cataloguer:
Jenny
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
15428
Sort Number:
EP 183
Time in/Out:
01:24:17:00 / 01:27:05:00
Canister:
EP 183
Film ID:
916.09
Issue Date:
20/02/1930

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