Tom Kinniburgh In "Rolling Stones" 1932

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Full title reads: "Now Pathe Pictorial presents the Celebrated Concert, Radio and Gramophone Baritone, Tom Kinniburgh in 'Rolling Stones'"

Tom sings his song in a stage setting which represents a country scene. He carries a stick over his shoulder with a bundle attached to the end. He presumably...

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Cataloguer:
Jenny
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
51077
Sort Number:
PSP 726
Time in/Out:
01:52:37:00 / 01:56:35:00
Canister:
PSP 726
Film ID:
1586.29
Issue Date:
03/03/1932

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