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Audience assembles to watch the events in the local hall put on by the Aberdeen Youth Welfare, including an amateur play, a choir and women’s exercise class. (clip) 
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Title: (CINEMA NEWS, ABERDEEN)
Reference number: 0241
Director: [filmed by Ernest Bromberg]
Running time: 8.00 mins
Description: Local news of Aberdeen, includes footage of Scotland v Ireland rugby match, a circus, a TA parade with land girls and WAC. [Incomplete]
Shotlist: No credits. Scotland v Ireland at Pittodrie, Aberdeen (.01) Scotland come out onto the park followed by Ireland. Shots of large crowd. The captains shake hands, and toss. Shots of crowd and match in progress. Ireland scores the first goal. Shots of the goal and crowds cheering [result 1-1] (1.35) unidentified castle with flag flying. People emerge from doorway and pose for the camera, among them Neville Chamberlain (1.52) unidentified plane. Further shots of people on doorstep. Return to plane. The circus comes to town (2.09) John Grindle leads in elephants from Kittybrewster Station to the circus grounds at Seaton Park, meanwhile giving Aberdeen's "loons" and "quineys" a free show. Shots of elephants, one of which is ridden by a man, probably John Grindle (2.31) The ponies return to their native shire. Shots of Shetland ponies being loaded on to a van. Bertram Mills circus marquee. Shots of people and children crowding round the marquee (3.10) Mr. Foster, the ringmaster, and Mr. Lindsay, the musical director, discuss arrangements for a special show at Aberdeen (3.23); Pulling their weight in erecting the Big Top. Shots of same (3.38) Aberdeen Youth Welfare Domonstrations. Shots of people arriving at a hall and being seated for the performance. A choir, dance display, scouts demonstrating tent erection, and a play (4.50) The massed Territorial parade. Pipe band marches through the streets, followed by soldiers. Cavalcade of cars and crowds by ight (5.30) daylight scenes of more soldiers marching down Union Street in Aberdeen. Army officer takes salute. Further shots of the march past, with armoured cars, soldiers of the Women's Army Corps, Land Girls, the Auxiliary Fire Service, Wardens Services, Harbour Rescue with ambulance, and ARP Mess Service. March past and salute again. Shots of Women's Army Corps and other female services, then Navy and RAF cadets (7.58) [Incomplete]
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