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Dave R
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 I think the ties were worn for the occasion. I also think the "Gaffer" came out of his office especially for the cameras. What I particularly noticed was the amount of hand work, gravity/drop hammer and etc rather than rollers or power hammers. The sword in question was a "special" though rather than a production line job.

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Still no luck playing it! Can someone put up another version or point me to the source?

 

Nope, still getting nothing at 11.57 GMT 3 of Nov.16...... could be the version of VLC I have or my 'puter. According to one message it is a firewall problem. Never mind, as I am more interested in the subject of sword production in the 1940's than my ability to run  a particular program, so let's concentrate on that.

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