U.S. Winners In Irish Sweep Aka Us Winners… 1936

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    Full title reads: "Irish Sweepstake Luck - two big winners from U.S."

    Interviews with American winners of Irish Derby sweepstakes.

    Various shots of nurses picking out winners names out of tombola drums. £30,000 of the winnings will go to the American winners.

    C/U of Mrs. Gazella Copp (Kopp?) of Brooklyn (New York City, United States of America, USA). Mrs. C . explains how she picked her horses from a dream and how she will definitely buy more tickets. She speaks with a strong German accent.

    C/U of Mr. Sam Small of New York. His chubby, young son Donald sits on his knee. Sam asks in a very wooden manner what Donald would like to buy with the money. Donald answers (shouting) that he wants a pony, a search light and a two wheel bicycle. The little boy keeps repeating himself and this makes his father laugh. M/S of Small family; Sam, Donald, Ann (Sam's wife) and an elderly woman (grandmother) sitting on sofa. Sam asks Ann how she feels. She says she could scream ... and she then does! They all giggle.

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    01:08:31:00 / 01:09:51:00
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