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"The Lighthorsemen" video & Vintage Video in the States.

From: larry-751@excite.com
Date: 7/17/2001
Time: 8:05:22 AM
Remote Name: 207.134.200.30

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My piece on the film had a few small spelling errors in it. Sorry! Length was 130 not 131mins! The Archives charge A$18.13 for the PAL VHS cassette. BUT the charges for postage & handling are A$25! Since they don't have a scure site, they suggest using an Aussie dollar cheque, or credit card details faxed to <02-6248-2222> Anyone interested in horsemanship should contact John F. Seburn at Vintage Video, P.O.Box 551, Greencastle, PA, 17225,USA. <www.vintagevideo.com> He has 4 VHS videos, also available on PAL or SECAM or NTSC, of the now declassified US Army Signal Corps filmed US Cavalry Training films made at the start of WWII. These cover all aspects of horsemanship from the basics to advanced jumping & cross-country riding. Other videos on care of horses in the field & patrolling & scouting. A Year on a Cavalry Post (US 11th, spring '38-'39); "Here Comes the Cavalry" a Warner Bros Army recruiting short filmed at Fort Bliss, Texas , followed by unedited color footage shot there in 1941. John has videos of all aspects of military vehicles & aviation, plus some documentaries. A most reliable source & highly recommended. (John L. Matthew - larry, Toronto)


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