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    Sultan of Morocco visits Arc de Triomphe, Motor Exhibition and Rambouillet Castle in Paris.

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    Unused / unissued footage - dates and locations may be unknown / unclear.

    The Sultan of Morocco in Paris, France.

    M/S of the Sultan (Sidi Mohammed Ben Youssef, Mohammed V) and French President Auriol driving past in open car. Moroccan troops on horseback lining road with crowds behind. Elevated view of crowds. The car draws up at the Arc de Triomphe. Sultan alights and shakes hands with personalities. M/S of the Arc de Triomphe. Sultan and President lead procession to the Arc De Triomphe where Sultan lays a wreath on Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. L/S of wreath with Sultan and officers saluting it. M/S of Sultan standing to attention and soldier saluting. Shots of Sultan and crowds at the ceremony.

    Sultan and party walk into the Motor Exhibition and take a tour around the exhibits.

    Exterior of Rambouillet Castle. L/S of Sultan's car driving into courtyard. Sultan and President Auriol are greeted at top of steps. L/S of Sultan,Auriol, other Moroccan and French officials posing in the grounds of the castle. Auriol chatting to Sultan. Shots of party walking in the grounds of castle. Madame Auriol chats to S Kaddour Ben Gabritt, the Sultan's representative in Paris, and to the Sultan, then they walk into the castle.

    M/S of Sultan's car leading cavalcade of cars away from the castle. Exterior view of Rambouillet Castle.

    L/S of Auriol, Sultan and others on terrace at castle. They pose on the terrace. Troops in dress uniform lined up in salute. M/S of Sultan and Auriol. L/S through back view of troops towards official party on terrace. M/S of Sultan walking down steps and getting into car. L/S as the car drives off.

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    Film ID:
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    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:05:21:00 / 01:08:10:00
    UN 2296 A

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