The Balloon Goes Up 1946

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Title reads: "The balloon goes up".

Paris, France.

Hot-air balloon race at Place de la Concorde. Massive crowds watch balloons being launched. One of the balloons gets caught in the trees in the Tuileries Gardens, another is punctured by a lamppost.

Data

Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
45164
Sort Number:
46/034
Time in/Out:
01:24:41:00 / 01:25:44:00
Canister:
46/34
Film ID:
1380.14
Issue Date:
29/04/1946

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