Xmas Cards 1952

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    Christmas card competition a the Waldorf Hotel in London.

    M/S and L/S Room full of people (2 shots). C/U Man and woman looking at sample cards. C/U Woman. C/U Cards on table. C/U Card 'From our dog to your dog'. C/U Cards and hand marking types. L/S Crowded room. M/S Two women looking at cards. C/U card 'Greeting from the four of us'. C/U Types looking at cards. C/U Novelty cards.

    M/S Types inspecting cards. C/U Group of men looking at cards. C/U Novelty Christmas card. M/S Group round table looking at cards. C/U Xmas card being opened showing bell working. M/S Type handing round cards. C/U Woman looking at card. C/U Cards all with bells on. M/S Woman turning handle of musical box card. C/U turning handle of Xmas card which plays 'Jingle Bells'.

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    Cataloguer:
    Howard
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    43111
    Sort Number:
    NP 395
    Time in/Out:
    01:51:00:00 / 01:52:26:00
    Canister:
    NP 395
    Film ID:
    1299.28
    Issue Date:
    07/04/1952
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  • "Man and woman looking at sample cards" - the woman is British film star Diane Hart.

    jamied 22nd Mar 2013

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