Stars And Horses Aka Variety Club Race Meeting… 1959

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    Title reads: "Stars and Horses".

    Sandown Park, Surrey.

    Variety Club race meeting. G/V crowds on the course. Crowds and stars looking at a horse. C/U film stars Carole Lesley, Jackie Rae and Jeanette Scott looking at horses near stables. C/U Jeanette Scott blowing kiss to horse. Crowds around paddock. C/U George Baker with Monty Berman and Mrs. Baker. C/U George.

    Crowds and Bookies. C/U bookie. C/U film star and glamour-puss Jayne Mansfield with husband Mickey Hargitay walking amongst bookies to collect charity donations from them. C/U bookie shouting. C/U Jayne Mansfield showing large card with "Variety Club Event Bookmakers collection please give Generously". C/U bookmaker handing money to Jayne Mansfield. C/U "tick tack" man. C/U another bookmaker handing money to Jayne Mansfield.

    G/V horses parading around paddock for the "Daily Mirror Nursery Handicap". C/U horse "Light Star" parading round. C/U horse "Running Blue" with jockey mounting. C/U jockey mounting "Prince Nick". C/U film star Gina Lollobrigida watching the parade. G/V horses parading up course. C/U man looking through binoculars. G/V horses racing down the straight, "Running Blue" beats "Royberto" past post. C/U Jannette Scott presenting cup to owner and patting horses nose.

    Money is being raised by the stars for children's charities.

    Note: Variety Club races programme on file.

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    01:50:43:00 / 01:52:10:00
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    Jayne Mansfield
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