Spaghetti Race Aka Eating Spaghetti Race 1960

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M/Ss and C/Us of a man dishing out spaghetti (actually it is macaroni, but I guess 'macaroni race' doesn't sound so exciting) into bowls for contestants in an open-air spaghetti-eating race at Butlin's Holiday Camp in Clacton, Essex. A small crowd has gathered to watch and Butlin's MC, Sunny Jones,...

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Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
2844
Sort Number:
CP 303
Time in/Out:
01:04:47:00 / 01:06:15:00
Canister:
CP 303
Film ID:
117.04
Issue Date:
17/10/1960

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