Bernard Shaw - A Tribute 1950

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    Bernard Shaw - A tribute. Various locations.

    C/U George Bernard Shaw (Library 50/59). LV. Shaw's House (library 50/59). Shaw talking to housekeeper (library 50/59). L/S Lady Astor waiting for Shaw (library 50/59). M/S Shaw walking in grounds (library 50/59). L/S Shaw walking towards Lady Astor. They greet and shake hands library 50/59. C/U Lady Astor. Library 50/59. M/S Shaw walking into house. (library 50-59). M/S Hat-stand seen through window (library 50-59). M/S Liner entering Miami Harbour (library 36-13). M/S Shaw dancing around on deck. Library (36-13). M/S Shaw walks over to seat. (Library 36-13). C/U Shaw. Interviewer asks: "How do you feel about Mr. Roosevelt ?" (Library 36-13).

    C/U Shaw replies: "Well, Mr. Roosevelt, you see what the situation is, you have a good President and a bad constitution and the bad constitution gets the better of the good President every time. The end of it will be that you might as well have an English Prime Minister." (Library. 36-13) M/S Shaw's Corner. (Library. 50-59). M/S Shaw typing in sun-trap hut. (Library 50-59). C/U Shaw typing in sun-trap hut (Library. 50-59). L/S Shaw walks to door of hut. (Library 50-59). C/U Shaw. (Library 50-59).

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    Cataloguer:
    Howard
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    48818
    Sort Number:
    50/089
    Time in/Out:
    01:36:42:00 / 01:38:17:00
    Canister:
    50/89
    Film ID:
    1498.09
    Issue Date:
    06/11/1950
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    Historical Figures & Celebrities Entertainment & Humour
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    Celebrities Servants Shaw’s Corner Cliveden House
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