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Description: A tour of Paris, France in 1953

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Clip #: TFA-32B
Length: 11:17
Year: 1953
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Region: Europe
Country: France
City: Paris
Original: 16mm
Eiffel tower, view of Seine river from elevator going down, tourist wearing leiderhosen, aerial view of Palais de Challiot, Place de Mars, tourists looking at map with baguette, carriage with driver, policeman, Champs Elysee, Arch du Triumph, eternal flame, sidewalk cafe, restaurant, eating, waiter serving drinks, pedestrians, gardens of Tuilleries, children, donkey rides, fountain, traffic, river Seine, boat under bridge with tilting smokestack, bookseller stalls, flower market, woman buying flowers, street market with produce, vegetables, designer fashions, model wearing dress, fashion show, couture, bicycles, Pommery delivery truck, men with cases of Champagne, Champagne bottles, wine, chef in kitchen, grilling meat, toque, man and woman eating lunch, Tour d'Argent entrance, view of Notre Dame from inside restaurant, Notre Dame Cathedral, painter with easel on riverbank, artist, Sacre Coeur, Montmartre, wedding procession in street with drummer, Place Pigalle, crowds in line, nightclub, bass player, dancers, woman drinking, woman smoking, Tabarin sign, champagne bottle in bucket, cork popping, can can dancers, Place de la Concorde.

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