Thanks ... Mr Clerk Of The Weather! 1933

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Full title reads: "London. Thanks ... Mr Clerk of the Weather! 1933's eagerly awaited first spell of Spring sunshine brings throngs to Hyde Park."

London.

Various shots of Spring flowers blooming in Hyde Park. People walk along the pathways. People on horses ride along Rotten Row....

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
6050
Sort Number:
33/021
Time in/Out:
01:42:23:00 / 01:43:49:00
Canister:
33/21
Film ID:
699.35
Issue Date:
13/03/1933

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