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    Action from the 1967 Monte Carlo car rally

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    Location: Monte Carlo

    VS. Night shots at a starting point of the 1967 Monte Carlo car rally, as the cars getting under way. CUs of drivers and crowd.

    MS. and VS. Pan of cars passing camera at speed with their headlights lighting up the snow which lays on the mountain roads.

    VS. Cars arriving at control point and being checked through. VS of damaged No. 144 and other cars being pushed over the line.

    VS. The winner, a mini cooper, No. 177, arriving in Monte Carlo and people gather round. VS. Tracking the winning car through alpine section of rally. Interior shots of driver at the wheel and shots showing the car going round hairpin bends.

    VS. Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco present awards to winners Rauno Aaltonen and Henry Liddon. They pose by their winning Mini. VS. More presentations, the ladies prize and then the minor awards. Renault won the team prize.

    Neg from here.

    VS. More shots of the cars going through controls, being started for final speed sections and shots of cars going through mountain roads. VS. Some drivers relaxing, smoking cigarettes, changing a wheel or having a shave. VS of cars on the move, including some interior shots of car going round a bend. MS. Roadside sign to 'Monaco'. GV. (2 shots) of Monte Carlo taken from inland. VS of cars and drivers.

    (FG. and Dupe Neg.)

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    Film ID:
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    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:28:44:00 / 01:37:59:00
    UN 4221 A

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  1. Unknown user says

    Amongst the identifiable cars in this clip are;

    At 0:03, No. 2 is the Lancia Fulvia HF of Sandro Munari.

    At 0:07, No. 9 is the Sunbeam Rallye Imp of Rosemary Smith, (Reg. No. JDU 48E).

    At 0:14, No. 16 is the Renault 8 Gordini of Jean Vinatier.

    At 0:18, No. 23 is the Renault 8 Gordini of Jean-Francois Piot.

    At 0:36, No. 45 is the Porsche 911S of Hans-Joachim Walter.

    At 1:38, No. 144 is the Mini Cooper S of Timo Makinen.

    At 2:24, car 104 is the Renault 8 Gordini of Sylvia Osterberg and Ingalill Edenrig, (both are seen pushing the car at 2:34).

    At 2:40, car 177 is the Mini Cooper S of Rauno Aaltonen.

    At 2:53, car 219 is the Porsche 911S of Vic Elford. Elford steps from the car at 2:57.

    At 04:34 we see the rally winners Rauno Aaltonen and co-driver Henry Liddon in front of their Mini.

    At 4:53, Osterberg and Edenring are seen collecting the Coupe des Dames and some flowers for being the highest female finishers.

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  2. Unknown user says

    At 6:34, car 6 is the Mini Cooper S of Albert Hill.

    At 6:36, the NSU 1000TT of Brigitte Vincent flashes through the picture.

    At 6:37, car 117 is the DAF 44 of Claude Laurent.

    At 6:43, car 205 is the Mini Cooper S of Paddy Hopkirk.

    At 6:52, car 14 is the Mini Cooper S of Rupert Jones.

    At 6:55, car 39 is the Lancia Fulvia HF of Ove Andersson.

    At 6:59, car 105 is the Ford Mustang of Henri Chemin.

    At 7:22, car 4 is the Mini Cooper S of Richard Tilley.

    At 7:32, car 18 is possibly an Austin Healey Sprite, (probably of John Sprinzel? It certainly bears a number plate he used, namely PMO 200).

    At 7:47, car 35 is the Opel Kadett of Pierre Boucher.

    At 7:57, car 7 is the Ford Cortina of Jennifer Nadin.

    At 8:07, car 1 is the Ford Cortina Lotis of Gordon King.

    At 8:10, car 40 is the Opel Kadett of Willi Ritter.

    At 8:26, car 52 is the Opel Rekord of Lillebror Nasenius.

    At 8:32, car 62 is the BMW 2000 of Eberhart Riemer.

    At 8:38, car 48 is the Lancia Fulvia of Hannu Mikkola.

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  3. Unknown user says

    At 8:41, car 46 is the Vauxhall Viva of Jurg Fassier.

    At 8:52, a Wartburg 1000 flashes through the picture.

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  4. Unknown user says

    CORRECTION: "Ingalill Edenrig" in my earlier notes should have read Ingalill Edenring.

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