Sky News Nelson Mandela Footage

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CLEAN: Nelson Mandela visiting Brixton with Prince Charles. Nelson Mandela singing & dancing with African women. Sky News Nelson Mandela Footage at Brixton on July 17, 1996 in London, England (Footage by Sky News/Getty Images)
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CLEAN: Nelson Mandela visiting Brixton with Prince Charles. Nelson Mandela singing & dancing with African women. Sky News Nelson Mandela Footage at Brixton on July 17, 1996 in London, England (Footage by Sky News/Getty Images)
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Date created:
July 17, 1996
Clip #:
108901074
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Sky News
Clip length:
00:02:14
Source:
Sky News
Originally shot on:
DV / DVCAM PAL 576 25p
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Not released.More information
Object name:
7125_108470009-170796_master.mov
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QuickTime 8-bit Photo-JPEG SD 576 25p More information

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