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Motor Show in Earls Court (1962) | British Pathé

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Published on Apr 13, 2014

Take a seat behind the wheel at a motor show in Earls Court, London in 1962 where all sorts of classic cars were showcased from the Triumph Spitfire to the Jaguar E-Type.

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(FILM ID:1735.02)
Cataloguer's Note: Nice coverage of 1962 Motorshow. Voiceover speaks a lot about exporting to America and the Common Market - MD.

Noe October 2011: Spelling of "Ross" changed to "Ros" after a visitor to the site corrected the spelling and made clear that he was a band leader.

Full title reads: "Motor Show - Technicolor".

Earls Court, London.

Pan across the Motorshow. Top view of Ford Cortina. Shots of Austin Mini Saloon, the A40 and the Austin Cambridge. Shots of Morris 1100. LV Val Guest, Film Director and Yolande Donlan looking at the Mini Cooper. Shots of Riley Elf being looked at by Denise Warren and Gina Delrina (Windmill Girls). Shots of Hillman Super Minx. Shots of the Triumph Spitfire. Shots of Actor Brian Rix and his wife looking over the Jensen. Shots of Rover 3 litre Saloon. Shots of man in bowler hat inspecting Ford Zephyr Police Car. Shots of dogs in large cage in back of Rolls Royce. Lord Montagu of Beaulieu inspecting Jaguar E-type with Windmill girl. Shots of Lotus Elan. Shots of MG 1100. Shots of Bentley Continental. Shots of Edmundo Ros (Band Leader) and his wife looking over the Bentley. Shots of new Daimler and new Lagonda Rapide.

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