The Royal Welsh Show 1960

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    Item title reads - The Royal Welsh Show.

    Welshpool, Wales.

    L/S of the royal agricultural show in progress. Various shots of farmers showing their pigs. M/S farmers trying to control an excited sheep. C/U sheep with mask over its face. M/S four magnificent sheep lined up, judges inspect them. C/U judge feeling the thick wool on sheep's back. Various shots of Welsh Black bulls being paraded C/U people watching. Various shots of Herefords (or Daisy Short Horns) being paraded. Good C/U of one's face. M/S's ponies being paraded. M/S of a competitor parading a frisky pony. Angle shot two farmers watching. LV Competitor trying to handle another frisky pony. M/S of another pony. Various shots of sheepdog competition in progress. M/S 27 year old Mr Merion Jones (he is the 1959 champion) controlling sheep and dogs. C/U sheepdog crouching. Various shots as the dogs round up the sheep and get them in the pen.

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    Cataloguer:
    Emma
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    52709
    Sort Number:
    60/060
    Time in/Out:
    01:34:22:00 / 01:35:50:00
    Canister:
    60/60
    Film ID:
    1686.19
    Issue Date:
    25/07/1960
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