Veg Stew 1941

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    No title - Vegetable stew.

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    M/S of a sack going up a conveyor belt, M/S of peas in little compartments on the other side. M/S as women sort the peas. Various shots of the ladies having their hands checked before they go into work. Various shots of ladies peeling and trimming the vegetables. M/S as they are cleaned.

    Various shots as chefs add ingredients and stir them in big vats. M/S of giant oven. Various shots of empty tins rolling down to be filled. Various shots as they are filled by hand. C/U of chef tasting the stew. Various shots as a machine puts the lids on. They move along to a steam oven for the finishing touches. Various shots as they are labelled. M/S of sign for communal kitchen. M/S of people eating in it.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:10:33:00 / 01:12:32:00
    NSP 264
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    NSP 264
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