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The Open Road London (1927)

The Open Road London (1927)

(10:12) Claude Friese-Greene's film of his 1920s road trip from Land's End to John o' Groats using the biocolour process.

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Guest: haggis2go (2901 days ago)
Great Video, but it must be fake. I did not see a single Asian/Black person. When I watch 'historial' drames on the BBC about a third of our population appear to be from a different ethnic origin regardless of the century
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Great Video, but it must be fake. I did not see a single Asian/Black person. When I watch 'historial' drames on the BBC about a third of our population appear to be from a different ethnic origin regardless of the century
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Guest: Hoipoloi (2899 days ago)
Latest comment: It would have been more authentic had it been narrated by that famous Londoner Dick Van Dyke.
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Latest comment: It would have been more authentic had it been narrated by that famous Londoner Dick Van Dyke.
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