Paper's crane film

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Paper's crane film

Post by Michel G » Tue Mar 19, 2013 5:32 pm

From British Pathé website
a short film (out takes, rushes) showing the folding of the paper's crane in... 1968
http://www.britishpathe.com/video/out-t ... ese-london

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Re: Paper's crane film

Post by Michel G » Sat May 25, 2013 1:32 pm

Searching today in my old BOS magazines, I get a surprise...

The information for this film and a photo appear in :
BO Mag 224 from January 2004

So I can now ask you :
Who is the Young English lady with the yellow crane ?

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Re: Paper's crane film

Post by Nick » Tue Jun 04, 2013 5:48 pm

Michel G wrote:Searching today in my old BOS magazines, I get a surprise...

The information for this film and a photo appear in :
BO Mag 224 from January 2004

So I can now ask you :
Who is the Young English lady with the yellow crane ?
One of "my " magazines - not sure which page you mean - my copy is black & white! The child at the end is the delightful Rachael Glichrist - now nearly grown up!

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Re: Paper's crane film

Post by Michel G » Tue Jun 04, 2013 8:09 pm

At this times you was the editor of the BOM...
The mag is in black and white but the text mention "a yellow crane" !

The solution is in the pages "Ori on the Web"

See how strange is the photo (in the mag) :
you have partialy the name of the lady (3/4 letters) in the poster behind her.

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Re: Paper's crane film

Post by Michel G » Fri Aug 22, 2014 9:51 pm

At 1:03 min in the video, you can see in poster on the wall, the letter "OAN" [more evident in the BO Mag 224 (January 2004) on page 9]
So, as mentioned in the mag, the Lady is the "delicious" : Joan Homewood !

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