King's Cup Air Race (1952)

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    Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear. GV. Aircraft in paddock before start of race. SV. People cleaning No. 22 Tiger Moth. SV. People cleaning No. 95. De Havilland Miles Falcon 6 (Squadron Leader J Rush.) SV. Fuelling Tiger Moth. SV. Monty and official looking on. MV. First to take off No. 32 Tiger Moth. (B. J. Snook) LV. No. 51. Comper Swift taking off taking off (C. G. Alington) LV. No. 95 taking off Miles Falcon 6. (Squadron Leader J Rush.) SV. Miles Falcon 6 No. 95 taking off SV. Monty and officials looking up. LV. Tiger Mother rounding pylon. LV. Two 'planes rounding pylon together LV. Vampire jet taking off (59 mins 33 secs after first 'plane) (J. W. Wilson.) LV. Towards and pan Vampire taking off. LV. Small 'plane rounding Pylon. LV. Towards Vampire shoots across drome (J. W. Wilson.) LV. No. 12 Taylorcraft Plus D. driven by Cyril Gregory passes winning line. SV. Crowd. SV. Filed Marshal Viscount Bernard Montgomery picks up Kings Cup for presentation. SV. Monty presents Cup to Gregory. SV. Crowd applauding. CU. Gregory holding Cup. (Orig. Neg.) (Title Scene "J") 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:20.03
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