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    Exclamation cannot make out expression employed on a British news reel

    Dear friends

    I enclosed to this post an audio file on which I cannot make out an expression.
    I ripped the audio from a 1960s British news reel advertisement movie projected in exhibtion theaters just before the main movie begins and it refers to the girl who sells food.
    The speaker seems to say "look for the food pass...???? girl (?)
    Perhaps somebody could help me out , thank you.
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    Re: cannot make out expression employed on a British news reel

    Look for the fruit parfait girl now

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    Re: cannot make out expression employed on a British news reel

    thank you very much

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