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Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: GV Exterior Congress Building, tree in f-g. GV Int. Mr. Churchill enters. SV Mr. Churchill on rostrum. LV Mr. Churchill on rostrum. SV Mr. Churchill speaks.(Nat.sd.)Dubbing Shot of STV Congress listening. GTV Congress listening. Big GV Ditto. TV Congress listening as Mr. Churchill conts:(Nat. sd.)SV Mr. Churchill speaking after word come. GTV Congress listening. GV PAN From Mr. Churchill to Congress as Churchill continues:-(Nat.sd.) Dubbing shot of SV Congress listening. BV Congress applauding. SV Mr. Churchill continues:-(Nat.sd.)
SOUND EFFECTS. SV Mr. Churchill speaks:- "I have not come here to ask you for money, (Laughter) to ask you for money to make life more comfortable or easier for us in Britain."
TV Congress then SV Mr. Churchill speaks:- "That is why I have come here to ask not for gold, but for steel."
GV Pan Mr. Churchill speaking Pan to Congress:- "I may say this, members of the Congress, be careful above all things not to let go of the atomic weapon until you are sure, & more than sure, that other means of preserving peace are in your hands." (Applause)
SV Mr. Churchill concludes:- "Bismark once said, that the supreme fact of the 19th Century was that Britain & the United States spoke the same language. Let us make sure that the supreme fact of the 20th Century is that they tread the same path." (Applause)
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GOOD SCENES. SCU Mr. Truman & Mr. Churchill seated, talking; CU Truman. SCU Truman & Churchill. CU Truman Pan Churchill. CU Churchill Pan over to Truman. LV Truman & Churchill, head & shoulders, photog. in f-g BV Photogs. as they shoot Truman & Churchill. LV Truman & Churchill. Closer V Ditto. CU Truman & Churchill. CU Truman Pan to Churchill.
Personalities - Politicians; Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874-1965), United States of America; Government and Politics; Speech; Economics
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