New design of plane - the Thruxton Jackeroo - is shown to the public.
Unused / unissued material -
Thruxton Aerodrome, Andover, Hampshire.
Air to air shot: the new four seater Thruxton Jackaroo aircraft enclosed cabin type (this aircraft is a development of the old De Havilland Tiger Moth). GV The four seater Jackaroo on the right and the crop duster Jackaroo on the left on airfield prior to take off. SV Three people climbing into the four-seater version. CU The two rear seat passengers seated in the cockpit. TV Four people seated in the cockpit. SV Man climbing into the crop duster Jackaroo. CU. Pilot seated in cockpit of the crop duster. CU Squadron Leader J Doran Webb of the Wiltshire School of Flying talking to friend. (The original idea for this aircraft was put forward by Webb.) SV Pilot climbing into the four seater version. SV Camera pans as the four seater Jackaroo takes off. Air to air shot: the two Jackaroos. The crop duster being the nearer one to the camera. Air to air shot: the crop duster Jackaroo. Air shot: looking down on countryside. Air to air shot: close shot of the four seater version. Air to air shot: the four seater Jackaroo.
(Orig.Neg.) Old record suggests material may date from around 14/03/1957.