Stars In Sunshine 1958

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    Full title reads: "Cannes. Stars in Sunshine".

    Cannes, South of France.

    GV Panning shot of the sea front at Cannes. LV People lying on the sand, sun bathing. SV Girl in bikini, bathing.

    LV Nice airport. SV Film stars Richard Todd and Carole Lesley stepping down from a Vickers 804 Viscount airliner. SV Jayne Mansfield with her husband Mickey Hargitay standing at the top of airliner steps. GV Crowds round the airliner as Jayne tries to make her way down the steps. CU Jayne with her husband speaking into microphone.

    GV Villa by the sea where the ABC Lunch was held. SV Group at the villa, in the centre the Russian star Eugena Lilian, behind her stands Mr CJ Latta and on her right Richard Todd. CU Eugena Lilian. Various shots of lunch.

    GV Cannes sea front.

    LV shot taken from travelling speed boat of group of stars from L to R: Cathia Caro, John Fraser, Carole Lesley, Richard Todd and Nadine Tallier.

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    01:33:30:00 / 01:34:35:00
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    Cannes Jayne Mansfield Cannes
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  • "Jayne Mansfield with her husband" - he's actor and bodybuilder Mickey Hargitay.

    The plane they're coming off of is a Vickers 804 Viscount.

    "Nadine Talier" should read Nadine Tallier.

    jamied 13th Mar 2012
  • Many thanks.

    British Pathé 11th May 2012

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