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    England: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN

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    ENGLAND: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN. Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip are met at London Airport by the Duke of Gloucester, Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Prime Minister & other Statesman. Salute of 56 guns is fired in London & Edinburgh in honour of his late Majesty. Villagers at Sandringham mourn King, while Queen Mother & Princess Margaret remain in Sandringham House. Proclamation of new Queen is read at four points in London and four in Edinburgh, after which Her Majesty & Prince Philip motor to Sandringham. Pictures of unique historic interest portray life of Queen Elizabeth from birth to present day. Tower of London, England GV Guns lined up at the Tower, one fires. Shot From Pier ditto, showing flag at half-mast. GV Crowd watching. GV From river Guns fires. CU Gun fires.

    Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland: GV Guns fire at Edinburgh castle. SV Gunners lined up. Nearer Shot Ditto. LV Gun fires from Castle. GV Edinburgh. Angle V Flag at half-mast. SV Gates of Holyrood House. LV Standard at half-mast on Holyrood House. TV Assembly getting assembled. SV Queen's Archers marching in procession. SCU Pan to BV ditto. SV Scottish Highlanders, lined up. SV Lord Provost of Edinburgh, Mr. James Miller. TV Highlanders lined up Pan to Proclamation 'Platform' Closer Shot Making proclamation.

    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 5. THE PROCLAMATION IN EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND.

    GV Edinburgh Castle, gun has recently fired & smoke can be seen. LV Ditto. Angle Shot: Flag at half mast on Edinburgh Castle. Another Angle Shot. Ditto. GV Edinburgh Castle with smoke around it. LV Gunners firing gun from Edinburgh Castle. SBV Gunners with guns at Edinburgh Castle. GTV Overlooking Edinburgh from the Castle. GTV Another View Of Edinburgh from the Castle. GTV Another View of Edinburgh. SV Part of wall & guns surrounding the Castle. GV Princess Street showing traffic along road. flags at half mast. LV Part of Princes Street, pan to flag at half mast on building. GV The Municipal Building, with flags at half mast. SV The Gates of Holyrood House. Shot Looking thru the gates showing the house in b-g. SCU Woman looking in shop window at photograph of King and Family. CUBV Ditto, pan to photo of King & Queen in window, pan to more people looking at picture of Queen Elizabeth II in window. CUBV Another woman looking in window at photograph pan to another of new Queen. LV Procession of Lord Provost, James Miller & civic officials &c, walking across road for the Proclamation of Queen Elizabeth II. CU Mace bearer in procession. SV Civic officials &c., in procession. GV People looking on from building. LV The Queen's Archer's lined up(?) CU Of Archer. TV Part of procession past. TV Types with kind of spear past. SV Judges civic Officials, Clergy &c, in procession. TV Judges past. TV Lord Provost of Edinburgh, J. Miller in procession. TV Lord Provost watching rest of procession going past. GV People watching from top of building. STV Lord Provost & others watching procession passing. SV Lord Provost & others standing in front of Scottish troops. GTV Whole Assembly lined up for Proclamation.

    SV Various personalities listening to Proclamation. SV Proclamation being read from the Mercat Cross, crowd seen below. STV People listening. Angle View: St. Giles Cathedral, Pan to Mercat Cross. STV Proclamation being read from Mercat Cross. STV Pan People watching. SV St. Giles Cathedral with Proclamation being read from Mercat Cross in front of it. LTV Troops lined up pan to Proclamation being read from Mercat Cross. SV Troops pan to Proclamation being read. Angle Shot: St. Giles Cathedral thru archway. SV Front of St. Giles Cathedral pan to Queen's Archers (?) in front pan to troops. SV Proclamation being read from Mercat Cross. CU Types listening. LV St. Giles Cathedral & Mercat Cross pan to Scottish troops presenting arms in f-g. SV Troops presenting arms, officials put hats on. GV People watching on building pan to troops, pan to buglers on Mercat Cross. SV Buglers on Mercat Cross. SV Troops & Officials cheering. SV Officials preparing to leave Mercat Cross. Angle Shot Flag flying at full mast on Edinburgh Castle(?)

    TV Parliament Square (Super Middlesex Guildhall) continuation of Proclamation dubbed over. (Nat.sd.) LIB.NO.19832.

    Angle Shot High Sheriff County Councillor Mr. J.D. Craig, continuing the Proclamation: (Nat.sd.)

    SOUND EFFECTS.

    Angle V Mr. J.D. Craig speaks:- "head of the Commonwealth, defender of the faith to whom her lieges of acknowledge all faith and constant obedience with hearty & humble affection..."


    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 4.

    56 GUNS FIRED AT TOWER BRIDGE IN HONOUR OF HIS LATE MAJESTY.

    GV Guns lined up at Tower, Bridge in b-g. guns fire. LV Guns firing. GV Guns firing. SV Guns firing. SV 2 Guns firing. CU Officer watching (?) SV Officer (?) & men watching. GV Guns firing. CU Barrel of gun as it fires. CU Firing gun & smoke. CU Union Jack which is obliterated by smoke. GV From River, guns fire. LV Ditto. SV Ditto. GV Tower of London, Union Jack at half-mast & gun firing in the b-g. LV People on a bridge watching. GV Gun firing, people in f-g, watching. GV Tower Bridge, guns firing, people in f-g. watching.

    England: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN. Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip are met at London Airport by the Duke of Gloucester, Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Prime Minister & other Statesmen. Salute of 56 guns is fired in London & Edinburgh in honour of His Late Majesty. Villagers at Sandringham mourn King, while Queen Mother & Princess Margaret remain in Sandringham, House. Proclamation of new Queen is read at four points in London and four in Edinburgh, after which Her Majesty & Prince Philip motor to Sandringham. Pictures of unique history interest portray life of Queen Elizabeth from birth to present day. LV Lords of the Privy Council coming out on to balcony of St. James Palace. STV Guards lined up in Courtyard below. LV Lord of the Privy Council on balcony. GV Buglers on balcony. (Silent dubbed) SCU Sir George Bellew, Garter King & The Duke of Norfolk on balcony during bugles. SCU Sir George Bellew makes speech of Proclamation -(Nat.sd.)

    SOUND EFFECTS.

    SCU Sir George Bellew makes speech:-

    "Whereas it hath pleased Almighty God to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George the Sixth of blessed & glorious memory, by whose decease the crown is solely & rightfully come to the High & Mighty Princess Elizabeth / Alexandra Mary we therefore / publish and proclaim the High & Mighty Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary is now by the death of our late Sovereign of Happy memory become Queen Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, Queen of this realm & all her other Realms & territories..."

    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 6.

    THE PROCLAMATION AT ST. JAMES'S, LONDON.

    GTV Household Cavalry approaching St. James's Palace. STV Ditto, car behind (Rolls Royce HLL 54) Pan to crowd watching.

    LTV Marlborough House with people looking over wall & crowd in front, pan up showing the whole of Marlborough House with flag flying at full mast., pan back to carriages down to St. James's. STV Carriage along road followed by Household Cavalry. SCU Two Cavalry horsemen past.pan to crowd watching. STV Crowd watching. Tip Shot: People in crowd. GBV Top Shot: Guardsmen marching towards the Mall. LV People lined up opposite Friary Court. LV Four trumpeters onto balcony, followed by two of the Proclamation party, Guardsmen standing below. SV Guardsmen draped with colour standing below balcony at attention. LV Proclamation party on balcony at St. James's Palace, with Heralds trumpeting. SV Proclamation being read by Garter King of Arms, Sir George Bellew, The Earl Marshal - The Duke of Norfolk on his left & behind the Earl of Halifax - High Steward of Westminster & other members of Proclamation party. SV Guardsmen at attention below balcony. GV People on buildings opposite Friary Court.

    LV Proclamation being read, personalities remove hats, Guardsmen present arms & colour is lowered. (Presumably National Anthem is being played) SV Proclamation party standing with bared heads on balcony, pan down to guardsmen presenting arms., colour is lowered. STV Grenadier Guards band below playing Anthem, people standing in b-g. LV Proclamation party replace hats & begin to leave balcony, Guardsmen below come to attention. SV Mr. Winston Churchill (Prime Minister) seen thru window at St. James's with other personalities.

    ROTA BLUE. (GAUMONT SILENT MATERIAL)

    SV Heralds onto balcony, followed by Garter King of Arms, Sir George Bellew, The Earl Marshal - The Duke of Norfolk &c, SCU Sir George Bellew reading proclamation, with the Duke of Norfolk on his left & the Earl of Halifax behind.(Nat.sd.)

    "LORDS, SPIRITUAL AND TEMPORAL OF THIS REALM BEING HERE ASSISTED WITH THESE OF HIS LATE MAJESTY'S PRIVY COUNCILLORS WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COMMONWEALTH WITH OTHER PRINCIPLE GENTLEMEN OF QUALITY WITH THE LORD MAYOR ALDERMAN AND CITIZENS OF LONDON DO NOW HEREBY WITH ONE VOICE AND CONSENT OF TONGUE AND HEART"...(a break here)..."COMMONWEALTH DEFENDER OF THE FAITH TO WHOM HER LIEGES DO ACKNOWLEDGE ALL FAITH AND CONSTANT OBEDIENCE WITH HUMBLE AND HEARTY AFFECTION BESEECHING GOD BY WHOM KINGS AND QUEENS DO REIGN TO BLESS THE ROYAL PRINCESS ELIZABETH THE SECOND WITH LONG AND HAPPY YEARS TO REIGN OVER US GIVEN AT. ST. JAMES'S PALACE THIS SIXTH DAY OF FEBRUARY IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TWO. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

    (Head gear is removed as Fanfare is heard by trumpeters followed by National Anthem by Grenadier Guards band)

    LV Of balcony during Anthem, with troops presenting arms below, at end of Anthem, Commands are given & troops come to attention. SCU Mr. Churchill & others are seen at window on balcony. STV Guardsmen present arms. LV people watching proceedings from building. SV people in Friary Court watching. SV Crowd watching. SV Ditto. SCU Guardsmen with muffled drums.

    NATURAL SOUND OF TROOPS, HORSES &C, OVER LAST FEW SCENES.

    ENGLAND: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN. Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip are met at London Airport by the Duke of Gloucester, Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Prime Minister & other Statesmen. Salute of 56 guns is fired in London & Edinburgh in honour of his Late Majesty. Villagers at Sandringham mourn King, while Queen Mother & Princess Margaret remain in Sandringham House. Proclamation of new Queen is read at four points in London & four in Edinburgh, after which Her Majesty & Prince Philip motor to Sandringham. Pictures of unique history interest portray life of Queen Elizabeth from birth to present day. Royal Exchange, London, England G Elev V Exchange speech being read starting with:-(Nat. sd.) CU Proclamation being read by Sir Arthur Cochrane, Officer of arms:-(Nat sd.) GV Orders & fanfare. Angle V crowd on building during Fanfare. CU Trumpeters fanfare. GV Crowd. SV Crowd. SCU Crowd. LV Speaker speaks:- (Nat. sd.) GTV Pan Assembly & crowds ending with 'God save the Queen'

    SOUND EFFECTS. CU Sir Arthur Cochrane making proclamation speech:- "...Beseeching God by whom Kings & Queens do reign to bless the Royal Elizabeth the 2nd with long & happy years to reign over us."

    LV Speaker says:- "God Save the Queen."

    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 7.

    SV Crowd of people watching around Wellington Statue. SV Crowd watching. Angle Shot: Union Jack flying at half mast on top of Royal Exchange with people standing on building. LTV Household Cavalry along road towards Royal Exchange with people standing on building. LTV Household Cavalry along road towards Royal Exchange. LTV State coaches along road. SV Proclamation officials along road towards Royal Exchange. SV Mayors past camera including Sir Denys Lowson (?) towards Exchange. LBV Procession nearing the steps of Royal Exchange. SV Crowd looking as Proclamation procession passes. CU Types looking on.

    PROCLAIMATION AT ROYAL EXCHANGE.

    Angle Shot: Flags flying at half mast on top of Royal Exchange with people also no building, pan down to officials taking up positions on steps. SV Proclamation officials down steps at Royal Exchange pan to four state trumpeters standing on steps. SV Pan Over officials on steps. to Royal Heralds giving opening fanfare. (Nat. sd.) pan back to the Claranceaux King of Arms, Sir Arthur Cochrane making false start with proclamation which is stopped by a distant fanfare. SCU Clarenceaux King of Arms Sir Arthur Cochrane reading Proclamation. (Nat.sd.)

    "WHEREAS IT HATH PLEASED ALMIGHTY GOD TO CALL TO HIS MERCY OUR LATE SOVEREIGN LORD KING GEORGE THE SIXTH OF BLESSED AND GLORIOUS MEMORY BY WHOSE DECEASE THE CROWN IS SOLELY AND RIGHT-FULLY COME TO THE HIGH AND MIGHT PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA MARY, WE THEREFORE THE LORDS SPIRITUAL AND TEMPORAL OF THIS REALM BEING HERE ASSISTED WITH THESE OF HIS LATE MAJESTY'S PRIVY COUNCILLORS WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF OTHER MEMBERS AND OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COMMONWEALTH WITH OTHER PRINCIPLE GENTLEMEN @ OF QUALITY WITH THE LORD MAYOR, ALDERMAN AND CITIZENS OF LONDON @...@ (Lens change - no picture)@...CU...DO NOW HEREBY WITH ONE VOICE AND CONSENT OF TONGUE AND HEART PUBLISH AND PROCLAIM THAT THE HIGH AND MIGHTY PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA MARY IS NOW BY THE DEATH OF OUR LATE SOVEREIGN OF HAPPY MEMORY BECOME QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND BY THE GRACE OF GOD QUEEN OF THIS REALM AND ALL HER OTHER REALMS AND TERRITORIES HEAD OF THE COMMONWEALTH DEFENDER OF THE FAITH TO WHOM HER LIEGES DO ACKNOWLEDGE ALL FAITH AND CONSTANT OBEDIENCE WITH HEARTY AND HUMBLE AFFECTION BESEECHING GOD BY WHOM ALL KINGS AND QUEENS DO REIGN...(The next bit removed for Issue)...GIVEN AT ST. JAMES'S PALACE THIS SIXTH DAY OF FEBRUARY IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TWO." (Various Commands heard, camera pans up to State trumpeters beginning fanfare, during lens change, short section of fanfare is heard.

    LV National Anthem being played during which officials remove head gear. (Lens change during NAT.SD. to SV and then to CU Pan) LV Head gear replaced by Proclamation officials, voice is heard to say "THREE CHEERS FOR HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN" (Followed by cheers. (Nat.sd.) GTV Mass crowd listening Pan to proclamation being read, (Dubbing scene for above) LTV Ditto. LTV Pan Crowd around Wellington Statue. LTV Proclamation being read (Dubbing scene for sound sequence) LV Ditto. GTV Mass crowd around Royal Exchange. GTV Proclamation being read. (Dubbing scene) SV School children in crowd looking on. GTV Three cheers being given for new Queen, pan to crowd. Angle Shot: Flags flying from full mast from buildings. Angle Shot: Flag flying at full mast above Royal Exchange. LTV Proclamation officials leaving steps of Exchange and walking towards, the Mansion House. STV Ditto. LTV Ditto. LTV Procession along road. GTV Crowd watching procession walking along road, pan to procession past.

    SV School children in crowd looking on. LTV Crowd looking on. LV Household Cavalry along road past Royal Exchange after ceremony. LV state coaches towards past Royal Exchange after ceremony. SV Crowd looking on around Wellington Statue pan to coaches past. SCU Four Royal Heralds on horseback past. Angle Shot: Union Jack flying at full mast on top of Royal Exchange. Nearer Angle Shot Ditto. GTV Pan People beginning to leave around Wellington statue.

    England: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN. Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip are met at London Airport by the Duke of Gloucester, Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Prime Minister & other Statesmen. Salute of 56 guns is fired in London & Edinburgh in honour of his late Majesty. Villagers at Sandringham mourn King, while Queen M. & Princess Margaret remain in Sandringham House. Proclamation of new Queen is read at four points in London & Four in Edinburgh, after which Her Majesty & Prince Philip motor to Sandringham. Pictures of unique historic interest portray life of Queen Elizabeth from birth to present day. Marble Arch, London, England GV Pan Household Cavalry thru Marble Arch. SV Crowd watching.

    ENGLAND: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN. Hyde Park, London, England: Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip are met at London Airport by the Duke of Gloucester & Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Prime Minister & other Statesmen. Salute of 56 guns is fired in London & Edinburgh in honour of His Late Majesty. Villagers at Sandringham mourn King, while Queen Mother & Princess Margaret remain in Sandringham House. Proclamation of new Queen is read at four points in London and four in Edinburgh, after which Her Majesty & Prince Philip motor to Sandringham. Pictures of unique historic interest portray life of Queen Elizabeth from birth to present day. Hyde Park, London, England LV Guns lined up, one fires. SV Ditto. CU Women with fingers in ears. LV Line of guns, one fires. SV Ditto.

    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 2.

    SALUTE OF 56 GUNS FIRED IN HYDE PARK IN HONOUR OF KING GEORGE VI. HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN.

    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 2.

    56 GUNS FIRED IN HYDE PARK.

    GV King's Troop of the Royal Horse Artillery driving thru Marble Arch to fire 56 guns salute in honour of the late King. GV Artillery in Hyde Park & taking up positions. (SOUND) LV & SV Ditto. (SOUND) CU People watching. GV Gun fires. CU Ditto. GV Gun fires. (SOUND) SV Men waiting to fire by guns. SV Guns waiting to fire. CU Guns, one fires (SOUND) CU A gun. CU Type with fingers in ears against blast. CU Gun fires. (SOUND) ALL HERE ARE FIRING FROM RIGHT TO LEFT. GV People looking at guns firing. LV Gun firing. SV Gun firing. LV Gun firing. (SOUND) SV Gun firing.(SOUND) THESE ARE FIRING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. SCU Types looking on. GV Gun firing. SV Ditto. (SOUND) SV Gun firing. (SOUND) THESE ARE FIRING FROM RIGHT TO LEFT. HAWKINS MATERIAL.

    SV King's Troop of the Royal Horse Artillery riding thru Marble Arch into Hyde Park. GV Guns lined up, one fires. GV Ditto. SBV Gun fires. GV Gun fires. SV Gun fires. SV Gun fires. THESE ARE SILENT AND ARE FIRING FROM RIGHT TO LEFT.

    ENGLAND: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN 44UKQueen Elizabeth & Prince Philip are met at London Airport by the Duke of gloucester, Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Prime Minister & other Statesmen. Salute of 56 guns is fired in London & Edinburgh in honour of his Late Majesty. Villagers at Sandringham mourn King, while Queen Mother & Princess Margaret remain in Sandringham House. Proclamation of new Queen is read at four points in London and four in Edinburgh, after which Her Majesty & Prince Philip motor to Sandringham. Pictures of unique historic interest portray life of Queen Elizabeth from birth to present day. Heath Row, Airport, London, England GV Ministers etc., assembled on airport. SV Mr. Churchill shakes hands with Duke of Gloucester. SV Mr. Churchill & Mr. Attlee walking together. LV Atlanta airplane towards on tarmac. Side V Mr. Churchill watching. SV Ministers walk towards plane., Duke Gloucester up steps.

    LV Ministers gathered in front of plane, Queen Elizabeth II down steps. SV Queen Elizabeth down steps followed by Prince Philip, they shake hands with Mr. Churchill & Mr. Attlee. LV Queen shaking hands with Ministers. SV Queen & Prince Philip walk over to shake hands with aircraft crew. SV Queen Elizabeth II & Prince Philip into car. SV Royal car leaves London Airport.

    LIST OF PERSONALITIES PRESENT AT HEATH ROW TO MEET QUEEN ELIZABETH AND DUKE OF EDINBURGH.

    H.R.H The Duke of Gloucester - Uncle to Queen.

    Sir Alan Lascelles - Secretary to late King.

    Mr. Winston Churchill - Prime Minister.

    Mr. Clement Attlee - Leader of Opposition.

    Earl & Countess Mountbatten.

    Mr. Anthony Eden - Foreign Secretary.

    Lord Woolton - Lord President of Council.

    Lord Salisbury - Lord Privy Seal & Leader of House of Lords.

    Sir David Maxwell Fyfe - Home Secretary.

    Mr. Crookshank - Minister of Heath & Leader o??? House of Common

    Mr. Clement Davies - Leader of Liberal party.

    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 1.

    THE QUEEN AND HER HUSBAND, PRINCE PHILIP (DUKE OF EDINBURGH) STEP FOOT ON SOIL AGAIN ON THEIR RETURN FROM KENYA ON THE DEATH OF KING GEORGE VI.

    London Airport, London, England: SV Personalities at London Airport awaiting the arrival of queen. They include the Duke of Gloucester, Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Lord Woolton &c, SCU Various Ministers awaiting the plane. SV Ministers waiting for the plane - Duke of Gloucester, Mountbattens, Woolton, Fyfe &c., SV Mr. Attlee (looking very miserable) talking to Mr. Churchill. SCU The Duke of Gloucester, Lord Woolton & Earl Clarendon talking, Earl Mountbatten on the right. SV Mr. Attlee & Mr. Churchill walking together. SCU Mr. Churchill walking to Mr. Maxwell Fyfe & talking to him SV Mr. Attlee, Eden, Fyfe looking as though plane can be seen. SCU Duke of Gloucester, Mountbattens, Churchill waiting on airport. SV Mr. Attlee & Eden looking towards plane. SV Queen's plane, ATLANTA taxi-ing along tarmac & turning Pan to Ministers waiting for Queen. LV Ditto.

    QUEEN AND PRINCE PHILIP RETURN HOME.

    SV Plane coming to standstill on airport, door of plane is opened. LV The Duke of Gloucester & Sir Alan Lascelles walking to plane as gangway is pushed up. SV Queen down steps from plane. GV Queen down steps followed by Prince Philip, Queen greets Ministers. GV Rest of Royal party down steps from plane, Queen & Prince Philip greeting Ministers &c., GV Queen & Prince Philip greeting Ministers &c, Queen's car gets ready. SV Queen & Prince Philip walking among Ministers after greetings, she also talks to Duke of Gloucester. SV Queen & Prince Philip standing together talking, they move. SV Queen and Prince Philip thanking Captain Robert Parker, & crew of the argonaut ATLANTA) for their safe journey from Kenya, they shake hands with each. CU Car draws up & shows Countess Mountbatten curtsying to Queen & Prince Philip kissing her hand & bidding farewell.

    ENGLAND: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN. Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip are met at London Airport by the Duke of Gloucester, Earl & Countess Mountbatten, Prime Minister & other Statesmen. Salute of 56 guns is fired in London & Edinburgh in honour of his late Majesty. Villagers mourn King at Sandringham, while Queen Mother & Princess Margaret Remain in Sandringham House. Proclamation of new Queen is read at four points In London & four in Edinburgh, after which Her Majesty & Prince Philip motor to Sandringham. Pictures of unique historic interest portray life of Queen Elizabeth from birth to present day. Clarence House, London, England Angle V Clarence House, showing flag. SBV People reading notice. SV Pan to BV Car leaving with Prince Philip & Queen Elizabeth.

    GOOD SCENES. ROLL 1. CU Pan Women outside Clarence House, waiting to see Queen leave. LBV The Queen's car driving away sa she leaves for Sandringham after her return from Kenya.
    Background: England: HER MAJESTY PROCLAIMED QUEEN

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    Film ID:
    VLVA11I0CNDQ89ZFOJM7WL7QXVM0T
    Media URN:
    VLVA11I0CNDQ89ZFOJM7WL7QXVM0T
    Group:
    Reuters - British Paramount Newsreel
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    08/02/1952
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    MXF
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:08:26:00
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    N/A

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