What Happens Next #2 1950-1959

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    British Instructional Films Ltd presents A CLASSROOM FILM. Pathe Production.


    GV A rocky shoreline A man looks out to sea with binoculars whilst a young boy and girl walk past. The children discover two eggs in a nest. The next is half way down a very steep cliff. The boy removes his jacket and begins to climb down. The girl watches him, concerned. The boy is struggling to cling onto the rocks. The ground beneath his foot gives way. He slips. He starts to fall, and desperately tries to cling on. His anxious sister waves and shouts for help to the man with binoculars. He starts to run towards them. The boy is precariously holding on to a rock with one hand...

    End title: "What do you think happens next? A Pathe - B.I.F Film".

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    British Pathé
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    1950 - 1959
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    Black & White
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    01:02:36:00 / 01:04:54:00
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