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History: Helicopter Transport Elbe River-Pilot (1961)


published on 18 May 2020 137 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "British Pathé"
Unissued / Unused material -

Hamburg, West Germany (FDR - Federal Republic of Germany).

German helicopters are used to carry river boat pilots to where they are needed.

Big CU Helicopter pilot talking into mouthpiece. Aerial view from helicopter of boat below. MS as the helicopter comes in and lands on deck of the ship. Various shots as pilot is picked up from lightship and flown off in helicopter. LS From bridge of ship as helicopter flies overhead. CU Small bird sitting on capstan.

(f.g.) Old record suggests material dates from around 27/04/1961.
FILM ID:3032.14

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Hamburg, Germany
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