Bevin At Wymondham 1948

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    Wymondham, Norfolk, England

    BEVIN AT WYMONDHAM

    S.C.U. Ernest Bevin, speaking. S.C.U. ditto. S.C.U. Bevin speaking (see dope sheet for speech). Silent coverage. C.U. Side view Bevin speaking S.C.U. Bevin arriving at the Regal cinema, Wymondham to speak. L.M.S. Bevin speaking from platform. S.C.U. audience shots (3 shots) S.C.U. Low angle shot, Bevin speaking from platform. M.S. Audience shot. (3 shots). C.U. Bevin. S.C.U. Bevin walking along cinema front prior to stepping onto stage. S.C.U. Bevin speaking on platform, low angle. M.S. Audience shots (3 shots), S.C.U. Low angle pan up from full screen Union Jack to Bevin speaking. C.U. Bevin on platform. S.C.U. Low angle Bevin speaking.

    Comb. Neg. & Mute Cuts 48/55.

    Cataloguers Note: Neg very scratched

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1948
    Sound:
    sound
    Media URN:
    67146
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2453.15
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:06:33:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:40:05:00 / 01:46:38:00
    Canister:
    UN 1968 B
    Sort Number:
    UN 1968 B
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