The Kentucky Derby 1956

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    Louisville, Kentucky.

    Transcript on file, American commentary.

    Elevated LS. Car Park. MS. People walking towards. Several shots, car number plates. CU. Sign saying: Derby 1956. MS. Group of people having refreshments. MS. Rear view, horses going out onto track. Elevated, horses parading along track. Elevated, the favourite 'Needles'. LS the horses leave the tapes, and the race in progress. Elevated, slow motion Needles comes from behind to pass all the other horses and win the race.

    (Comb. F.G.)

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    British Pathé
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    Available on request
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:45:13:00 / 01:46:47:00
    UN 2842 I
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    UN 2842 I
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