Male Fashion Show (1969)

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    Male fashion show in Munich, Germany CU Man wearing cowboy type hat looks up into camera. Zoom back to GV of him sitting on chair. CU Rudolf Moshammer sketching. Pan up to him. CU Man wearing check hat and coat. CU Showing the coat. CU Showing bottom of coat and suit trousers also matching. GV The man in suit holding coat and hat. Pan down to his legs. CU Man's feet, showing trousers in black decorative material. CU Man with fur wrap-around on, under wrap-around is suit in black in decorative material. CU Man wearing jacket with necklet round neck and chains round neck. CU The chains. CU The man's legs. SV Rudolf Moshammer with models walks towards camera. SV Int. pan up to show coloured man wearing white suit. GV Ditto. Zoom in to CU. GV Coloured man wearing long gown with fur collar. SV Pan down man wearing sequin type material. GV Ext. carriage moving along street. SV Rudolf in carriage driving to cocktail party. GV Rudolf gets out of carriage and walks into camera. GV Int. cocktail party. CU Woman drinking out of glass which is chained round man's neck. CU Man walks in to cocktail party. SV Rudolf with guests round him. 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:2237.1
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    Resource type: Video
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 9 years, 9 months ago
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