Slums Of Spain 1969

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    Close-up shots of typical shanty town slums of unknown town, children play amongst rubbish dump, woman at standpipes, women hanging out washing, a man herds sheep near rubbish, a priest walking with a man in a suit amongst filth and talking to inhabitants. Pan across blocks of modern looking flats - zoom in to show shanty dwellings in the background. VS of women fetching water in buckets from standpipe.

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    British Pathé
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    01:16:20:00 / 01:24:51:00
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  • This footage was shot on 4 April 1969, for the Thames TV current affairs programme "This Week".

    The footage was shot by Mike Fash.

    jamied 10th Sep 2013

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