World Buyers Acclaim British 'planes 1949

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    Full title reads: "Farnborough. World Buyers Acclaim British Planes".

    Farnborough Air Show, Hampshire.

    SV Air horse Cierva Helicopter rising from runway.

    GV aircraft on runway. MV People looking at Comet Jet. SV Nose and engine of Comet.

    SV Two Indian Air Force officers. SV Hawker Fury showing bombs and rockets. CU Bombs and rockets under Fury's wings.

    SV Elevated Viscount being towed out to dispersal. GV Crowd.

    MV Towards and pan Airspeed Ambassador aircraft in flight. MV Towards and pan Bristol freighter in flight. LV Towards Shorts Seagull in flight. SV Handley Page Hermes coming in to land.

    MV Air Horse in flight. MV Royal Air Force (RAF) Officers. SV Air Horse (it looks like a flying bedstead) touches down. LV Queue of people waiting to board 'Apollo'. SV Managing Director of Air France. SV Vickers Armstrong 510. MV De Havilland Venom aircraft. SV Venom aircraft. SV Pan Avro Delta 707 (Flying Dart).

    CU Fleet Air Arm officer. LV Pan Vickers Armstrong Supermarine 510 taking off. MV Crowd. LV Pan 510 streaks across screen and climbs rapidly. MV Towards and pan Comet taking off. MV Pan Comet in flight. LV Towards and pan Hawker 1052 in flight. MV Three RAF officers looking up. LV Hawker 1052 climbing vertically. CU Two French officers. LV Towards Canberra in flight, banks up to right of screen. SV Crowd. LV Pan Canberra flies across 'drome and climbs rapidly.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    12/09/1949
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    46384
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    1423.14
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:02:27:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:21:59:00 / 01:24:26:00
    Canister:
    49/73
    Sort Number:
    49/073
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  • "Hawker Fury" should read Hawker Sea Fury.

    The "Viscount" referred to is a Vickers Viscount 630.

    "Shorts Seagull" - despite what the commentator says, it's actually a Supermarine Seagull.

    "Queue of people waiting to board 'Apollo'" - it's an Armstrong Whitworth AW.55 Apollo prototype.

    "Vickers Armstrong 510" should read Supermarine Type 510.

    "Hawker 1052" should read Hawker P.1052.

    jamied 17th Mar 2013

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