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Title:GERMAN TANKS DESTROYED BY RAF TYPHOONS [Allocated Title]
Film Number:ACB 107
Description: Women walk near some wrecked German Panther tanks lying by the roadside. Film of other tanks and a large half-track (Kieschke 104) also immobilised. A WAAF officer inspects damaged tanks; some American soldiers look at 7 Nazi helmets, marking graves; shots of overturned armoured cars, tanks etc; a farmer leads a horse and cart along a country lane, with wreckage of German armoured cars and smaller vehicles lying in a field by the roadside; film of wrecked tank in front of a bombed building (village church?).
Technical Details: Format: 35mm
Number of items/reels/tapes: 1
Footage: 181 ft; Running time: 2 mins
Notes: Production: material was shot by Gaumont British cameramen, but processed by RAF laboratories.
Summary: see also ACB 96.
Technical: fine grain is part of a can comprising ACB 106 and 107 (total length 846 ft).