The first of a new series of Western films.
The Day Before the Race
The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race takes place tomorrow and the motor launch Everest, with television cameras on board, will be following the two boats on their long race up the River Thames. Today Everest makes a trial trip up-river from Putney.
Commentary (The Day Before the Race):
A story for television by Arthur Goring and Derek Blomfield.
Commandant, Indian military hospital, Kowloon:
Introduced by Ronnie Waldman.
This week's viewer competitor from St. Andrews, Fife.
and Which Year?
including Ray Buckingham, Jill Day, Hermione Harvey, Jimmy Day, The Three Skylarks, Bobby Harold.
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Dancer (Which Year?):
Guitarist (Which Year?):
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