Location: Montreal, Canada
Story about the Expo '67 exhibition in Montreal, Canada.
Aerial view of the exhibition site. VS. Around some of the pavilions, including the Thailand pavilion, and those of Cuba, Burma, Mexico and Germany. VS of hostesses inside the German pavilion. VS. of model railway and two German policemen.
Exterior of the French pavilion and nearby sculptures. VS of French pavilion people in elevator inside. LS. The British pavilion. VS. Sculptures and hostesses inside the British pavilion. MS. Model of 1803 steam engine. Low angle shot of Concord engine. VS of paper mache sculptures, British signs and photos of British personalities (Churchill)
VS. of fountains, some with mini-rail passing and Henry More type statue. VS. Netherlands pavilion and interiors with model Dutch village. MS of woman vacuuming the carpet. VS. of a power hammer. Giant leaf of book turning, bust of King Baudouin and Queen Fabiola of Belgium. VS. Flemish tapestry, carvings and paintings, including 'The Drinking King' by J. Jordaens.
MS. Girl sitting in mini-rail. Tracking shot of Australian pavilion and VS. of hostesses inside. LS. of Canadian pavilion and displays therein, atomic energy display, propellor, sculpture. VS of various pavilions. VS of mini-rail passing the US and USSR pavilions, showing satellites.
VS of opening ceremony.
VS of the Italian pavilion, featuring a car display and it automatically separates to show seating and engine. VS. of scientist operating mechanical arms for handling radio archive material etc. VS. showing a re-enactment of Pompeii. VS. In Scandinavian pavilion showing sculpture.
VS. Of opening ceremony with runners carrying flaming torch arriving and formation flypast which ends in bomb burst. Also VS of funfair rides, buildings, the mini-rail, an aerial view of Montreal and a bust of Lenin.
Note: Paperwork includes a full run down of the exhibits at Expo '67.