Barbara Ann Scott Freedom Of Ottawa AKA… 1948

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    Ottawa, Canada

    LS Overhead shot of procession of cars and M/C escort passing along crowded Ottawa streets.

    MS Barbara Ann Scott being escorted to her decorated car by the Mayor of Ottawa.

    MS Sign "Welcome home Barbara Ann Ottawa's Sweetheart".

    MS Mayor presenting Barbara with Freedom of Ottawa. (Nat. sound).

    MS Barbara replying (Nat. sound).

    MS Barbara waving to crowds.

    MS Barbara waving to crowds whilst standing in car.

    MS Overhead shot of mounted escort preceding Barbara Ann.

    MS and CU. Crowds cheering.

    Comb. Neg. Dupe F/G.

    Note: Date on the original paperwork reads: 15/3/48. Some of the shots of the procession have sections with sound, several shots are repeated.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:09:05:00 / 01:13:59:00
    UN 1912 A
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    UN 1912 A
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