Scenes from life at the turn of the century - life in Great Britain and around the world.
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Reel 2. Continued.
01:22:34 Field artillery fire salute. Queen Victoria's coffin is carried up the steps of the chapel to the funeral. Flag flies at half mast above Windsor Castle.
01:22:48 King Edward VII with shooting party. He is helped off with his jacket. He fires a shot. He is passed another gun to make a second shot. George V (as Prince of Wales) also at shooting party. He walks towards camera. He is seen standing with various women outside a large tent.
01:23:09 High angle shot of procession of boats on the River Thames. Flags hanging from Houses of Parliament (Palace of Westminster). Large decorated arch which reads 'Canada Britain's Granary'. Pan across street decorated with bunting to show the arch. The decorations are for the Coronation of Edward VII.
01:23:34 Dancers on stage in theatre - shot from the wings. Quite strange to watch. Edwardian tea party in garden. The men and women josh and laugh at each other. Drawings of Victorian fashions.
01:24:20 Reprise of the singing act with which the programme started. Man and woman in evening dress on stage set designed to look like a Victorian drawing room. They sing to a piano accompaniment. The man has a ridiculous moustache (it looks completely false).C/U pianist. They start to sing. They are singing song about flowers - they're style is so over the top as to be funny.
01:26:07 End Titles. Credits: Written and Produced by Peter Baylis. Associate Producer - Lionel Hoare. Film research from the Associated British-Pathe Library - Harry Wynder and Charles Chart. Recorded by George Newberry. Executive Producer - Terry Ashwood. Time To Remember is an ABC Television Filmed Presentation.
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