A.K.C. Review Of The Year 1950 1951

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    Title Pages Read "The Army Kinema Corporation, "News Parade", "Review of the Year" "1950"

    GV Crowds in Piccadilly on election night. CU Projected cartoon of Mr Churchill and Clement Attlee
    SCU People cheering. CU Attlee leaving 10 Downing Street. CU Attlee. GV Floodlit House of Commons and Big Ben.

    LV King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother) moving forward to greed President and Madame Auriol in foyer of Covent Garden Opera House. SV King and Queen greeting Auriols. CU Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) looking on. SV Queen takes Auriol's arm - pan as they walk towards stairs. GV Floodlight Buckingham Palace.

    AV Queen Mary, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Anne (baby). Prince Charles (baby) and the Queen posing for photographs on Anne's christening day. CU Prince Charles sitting on Queen's lap. She puts him down. CU Princess Elizabeth, pan down to Princess Anne.

    GV Aerial subsidence of Knock Shinnoch Colliery. LV men working down hole to effect rescue. SV men working round rescue shaft.

    GV night shot Truculent being raised. SV from bows, Truculent being raised.

    SV Wreckage of plane. GV Coaches of Irish Mail crash lying across rails. SV coach marked "Irish Mail".

    GV ship tied alongside deserted quay. GV Strikers meeting in park. CU Strikers talking into microphone.

    GV. Youth carrying hammers. SV Pan, East Berlin youths marching and waving sickles in parade.

    GV riots in Brussels. SV Rioter waving on others. SV mounted police and rioters. LV Crowd throwing cafe chairs etc at mounted police. Pan, rioters throwing chairs at mounted police - chairs hitting horse. SV Elevated, police struggling with Fascist demonstrators. SV Fascist demonstrator leaning from window of bus holding "Peace" banner.

    GV Security Council in session. CU Malik listening, toying with pencil. CU Warren Austin. CU Downing Street. CU door of No 10 closing.

    SV Towards Argylls and Sutherlands disembarking, pan with soldier. SV Towards Australians disembarking. SV Turkish troops placing kit on lorry. SV Towards and pan, General MacArthur with staff officers on inspection tour. SV Towards tank advancing. SV GI taking cover behind rock. Shell explodes and GI's from other side of road run to take cover in ditch. LV from under lorry - Reds advancing. GV Air to air Superforts dropping bombs. GV Aerial bombs exploding. GU Map showing Incho, Seoul and other important points. LV Landing craft ploughing shore wards. Rocket ship firing in background. CU rockets flying overhead. SV Marines advancing along beach. SV Red armour knocked out on roadside. GV Bombardment. SV Gun firing. SV Camouflaged gun firing. SV Another gun firing. SV Tank firing. GI in foreground. SV Tank followed by infantry, advancing in Seoul. LV South Korean soldiers running along road. SV GI behind door firing. SV Another GI firing. SV GI firing from behind sandbags. LV towards GI's running along street. SV Towards GI's running along road. LV Tanks entering Seoul. Attlee and Truman meeting in America. GV aerial Eniwetock Atol (Enewetak Atoll, Marshal Islands, Pacific Ocean). GV Atom bomb exploding. SV Shipboard observers. SV Another bomb exploding.

    Title "Sports Review" (Army Sports)
    Army Football Cup final - 3rd Training Battalion, R.A.O.C. (in dark shorts) v 64th Training Regiment RA. LS King shaking hands with teams. MS Crowd. CS Play round goal, keeper clears. GV RAOC (Pte. Newcombe?) scoring goal.. MS Crowd. GV Play. CS Scramble round goal. Pte. Uphill, RAOC Scores. GV presentation of Cup. CU Winners with cup.
    Army Rugby Final - R.A.M.C. (Hooped jerseys) v Royal Signals from Catterick. CS Princess Royal watching game. MS Hooped jerseys attacking. CS Tackling. MS Plays Sigman. Morphy clears. MS Hoskins converts. CS Princess Royal with Cup. CS Presentation to winners.
    Army Bantamweight Finals. Sapper A'Court v Gunner Bell. GV Fight. SV Boxing. MS A'Court retreats to neutral corner and kneels down. Crowd.
    Lt Heavyweight contest. LC Curtis and Corporal Howard. MS Fight. CS Mixing, wrestling and falling to ground. Crowd.
    Heavyweight contest. Corporal Worral v Pte Toch. SV Worral attacking. Ms exchanging blows. Worral on ropes, Toch attacking, knocks Worral who falls on one knee.
    Crowd at Carmarthen. Ms Farr v Marshall. Exchanging blows. SV Marshall attacking, Farr on ropes. MS Marshall bounces back on ropes and starts fighting. CU gong. Crowd. CS Farr after fight.
    SV Channel swimmers waiting at Cape Gris Nez, France for start of race. SV Abdul Rehim wading ashore. SCU Abdul Rehim.
    Horse racing: GV end of Derby - Galcador in lead, Prince Simon challenges hard - but Galcador passes post. SV Royal family in box. SV Winner being led in. Rae Johnston dismounts. SV Lester Piggott, seated at table, reading Sporting Life. LV Pan, Reg Harris winning print race. SV Harris receiving winner's sash.
    Motor Racing: SV Travel shot of new turbo car. CS B.R.M being wheeled out at Goodwood. CS Starter's flag drops. GV Start of race. GV Cars racing in rain. CS Follow, B.R.M. CU Raymond Mayes watching. Finish of race.
    Cup Final. Football players towards camera. Crowd. CS Play: Stubbings (No 9) attacks for Liverpool but is stopped at (8). Mercer clears. LS Goring to Cox to Lewis who scores. GS Goalkeeper on ground. Crowd. Mercer receiving Cup. Crowd. Mercer with cup.

    (Dupe Neg & Neg. Track.) (Used in A.K.C. 202)
    (UN 2330 A = Track)

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