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Paris and London
Description: Color footage of Paris and London in the 1960s with a music track filmed by Andre de la Varre.

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Clip #: TFA-186B
Length: 11:41
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Filmmaker: Andre de la Varre
Region: Europe
Country: France
City: Paris
Original: 16mm
1960s, Paris, France, neon signs and streets at night, cafes, outdoor market, book stands, movie theater neon marquees lit up, Montmarte, neon signs lit up at night, Moulin Rogue, Pigalle, cabarets, men playing boules in a park, horse racetrack, jockey on racehorse being led, people sitting on chairs in expanse outside large building, men seated outside reading newspapers, women modeling evening dresses and coats in elegant room, women feeding swans in park, London, England, Piccadilly Circus at night, car pov neon signs lit up at night, National Gallery, pedestrians crossing street, Savile Row sign and street, homeless men sleeping in public, policeman directing traffic, crosswalk, Regent Street, red double decker buses, newspaper posters, indoor mall, neon signs lit up at night, large outdoor market, vendors selling goods, people shopping at stands, ethnic diversity, Hyde Park, Speakers' Corner, policemen, men speaking on ladders, crowds listening, Cornwall, St. Ives, harbor, Teetotal Street, promenade, fisherman cleaning sea urchin, dried sea urchin shells for sale, Polperro, shell house, village street, window display, cat sitting next to dead crab, little girl

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