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Portland, England: SV Snort along top of water (A class sub.)...LIB. NO. 18651 196ft
LV A Class Submarine surfacing. CU Crew coming aloft. FV Submarine 'ANDREW' CU Skipper, Lieut. Comm. David S. Scott looking thru glasses. TV Sub. thru water. CU Sign 'H.M.S. SUBMARINE ANDREW' TV Submarine alongside at Portland. Pan shot Crew adeck. SCU(L to R) Stoker Mechanic Hibbert & Stoker-Mechanic Sanders. SV Telegrams of congratulations arriving. Angle. V Leading Seaman Huntley climbing over gun and conning tower. Angle V Stoker White followed by A.B. Holden coming down gangway. TV Forepart of submarine thru water. CU Lieut. Comm. Scott. Pan shot Deck showing Conning tower of sub. CU Navigator, Lieut. McMullen. Angle V Short rising. CU Midshipman Orr. Angle V Snort. TV Crew adeck as sub. proceeds to Gosport. Closer V Other members of crew. CU Engineering Officer (with beard) Lt. D.V. Randal. GV Sub. passing Needles. Closer V Ship. Angle V 4 Aircraft flying over submarine. LV Sub. arriving at Gosport with crew lining decks. Closer V Crew lining decks. LV People ashore waving. LV 'ANDREW' alongside at Gosport with Crew saluting. SV Rear Admiral Simpson, Flag Officer of Submarines, going aboard. SCU Rear Admiral Simpson speaks:-(Nat.sd.) CU Pan Crew of 'ANDREW' TV Crew adeck submarine.
SOUND EFFECTS. SCU Rear Admiral Simpson speaks:- "I know I gave you order to Snort at rather short notice, but you seem to have made very good time because in 15 days you were averaging better than 7 knots weren't you?"
Scott:- "Yes Sir, we made better time than we had expected."
England: Sub Makes History. 2,500 MILES WITHOUT SURFACING! Portland:-Submarine Andrew crosses underwater from Bermuda in 15 days. Paramount obtain exclusive pictures on board sailing into port. Portland, England GV Submarine 'ANDREW' passing Needless.
Navy - Active; Self-Reference; Great Britain
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