British team headed by Ken Pearce near Grenoble at entrance to pot hole and at camp.
Near Grenoble, France.
MS. Sign on tree "Gouffre Berger" the name of the pothole which is named after the Frenchman who broke the record for the deepest descent in 1956. MS. Entrance to pothole. Various shots of tired members of the British team who are trying for a deeper descent sitting around entrance to pothole. Various shots of three men arriving at entrance of pothole after climbing from very deep underground. They are wearing miners helmets and look very tired. A shot looking down pothole showing a small rope ladder hanging down side. Various shots of the men climbing out of pothole. Various night shots of potholers arriving at entrance. Various shots of Ken Pearce and his team who have broken Berger's record by 40 feet. VS team's campsite and team standing around the fire. Bundle hoisted up on a roe.
Date found in the old record - 12/08/1963.
Uncut lavender of story 3789 H