Winston Churchill receives Freedom of City and addresses Tory meeting. Manchester.
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Winston Churchill receives Freedom of the City of Manchester. Greater Manchester.
Various shots the town clerk reading the resolution, a BBC microphone is seen in front of him (natural sound). M/S the mayor of Manchester, Mary Kingsmill Jones, speaking (natural sound). Various shots Winston Churchill speaking good facial close ups, side, three quarter and full face (natural sound). M/S cut in Lord Woolton side face, clapping and sitting in the audience at the Conservative meeting in Kings Hall.
C/U poster pointing way to the Conservative meeting and people walking to it. C/U a nearby poster which says 'Sensational exhibition the smallest waxworks in the world'. M/S exterior of Kings Hall, with people outside. M/S the caterpillar roundabout at the fair. C/U a woman reading 'Tory Challenge'. C/U a board outside the hall which says "Private Artistes' entrance".
M/S Lord Woolton shaking hands with people as he alights from a car. C/U Churchill alighting from the car, he is smoking a cigar, wearing top hat and gives the V sign. M/S Woolton and Churchill walking through clapping crowds. Various shots Churchill speaking at Tory meeting (lip movement only). Various shots of the audience.
Cataloguer's note: cuts for story 'Churchill Receives Freedom of Manchester' in 47/99 on *PM1199*.