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Sixty Years of Fashion, Documentary, 1963

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dsl SX

2015-11-10 21:40

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Nothing on imdb and maybe not our usual direction of interest (and definitely not mine), but taken from
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this COI Collection Volume Two: Design for Today DVD set. Has also been shown on obscure satellite TV channels like Sky Arts, but youtube is blank.

Booklet and packaging state 1960 date but that's impossible for some of the cars, and there's footage which I think is construction of Chiswick Flyover which was 1962 or 1963. So date entered as 1963

The original source for footage reused here.

Albion (?) LAD
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green J4 pick-up with coat-of-arms on door and canvas hut in back - council workmen truck??
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(Heathrow?) airport apron BEA vehicles - Bedfords and Anglia vans
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camera and photographer making funny faces
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very nicely framed view of what we called skyscrapers in those days
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Planes for impdb, probably Heathrow
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- BEA Vanguards??

Gamer DE

2015-11-10 21:56

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dsl wrote

camera [...] making funny faces
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:D
And don't forget, the camera is from the Gamer-town!

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dsl SX

2015-11-10 22:22

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Gamer wrote ... the camera is from the Gamer-town!

Now there's an excuse to post the best football song ever - "... and Carl Zeiss Jena broke our hearts". 1981 European Cupwinners Cup - the mighty Newport County from the English Third Division went to Carl Zeiss Jena in the quarterfinals and drew 2-2 so were one match away from facing Benfica in the last four - Link to "www.theguardian.com"

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ingo DE

2015-11-10 23:02

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dsl wrote
Now there's an excuse to post the best football song ever - "... and Carl Zeiss Jena broke our hearts". 1981 European Cupwinners Cup - the might Newport County from the English Third Division went to Carl Zeiss Jena in the quarterfinals and drew 2-2 so were one match away from facing Benfica in the last
four - Link to "www.theguardian.com"


Sorry @dsl, you are far away from the reality as possible.

a) Not all German cameras are Made by Carl Zeiss Jena (actually there was a plenty of different brands)

b) during the Cold War there were two companies with Zeiss in the name
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Zeiss_AG

c) Gamer-town is not located in the Ostzone
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_occupation_zone
just a few km away, but definitely in the West. Which is very important for the local people (as at least for all West Germans)

btw: since Germaneon didn't appear here any more, there is no Zoni (West German slang for East Germans) active at IMCDb-member any more.

rtsbusman1997 US

2015-11-10 23:13

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We had a east german member?

ingo DE

2015-11-11 16:26

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rtsbusman1997 wrote We had a east german member?

I only remember Germanon. He was from Dresden. Some months ago there was for a short time here a German with an obvious large knowledge about COMECON-tractors, so I assume, he was from the East, too. But he isn't active an more.

johnfromstaffs EN

2015-11-11 17:00

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ingo wrote

a) Not all German cameras are Made by Carl Zeiss Jena (actually there was a plenty of different brands.


My Voigtländer wasn't.



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dsl SX

2015-11-11 18:17

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But did it have Carl Zeiss written on the lens (like my photo above has)???

johnfromstaffs EN

2015-11-11 19:45

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No, both the main and the zoom lenses are Voigtländer Ultramatics

johnfromStaffs EN

2015-11-12 16:44

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andrepa DE

2015-11-13 14:01

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Carl Zeiss made the first calculated lens, while it was Voigtlander inventing the zoom!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voigtl%C3%A4nder

Corkeyandpals US

2017-09-04 11:41

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Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Sixty_Years_of_Fashion

sixcyl FR

2017-11-11 21:09

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Completed Aircraft page Link to "impdb.org"

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