Bolivian President Acclaimed 1966

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    La Paz, Bolivia.

    GV. The snow covered Andes mountains. General air view of La Paz, Bolivia. LV. Parade forming up in front of Congress. CU. Uniformed officer on horseback. SV. General Rene Barrientos, new President of Bolivia, stepping out of car arriving at Congress for the inauguration ceremony. SV. General Rene Barrientos walking up steps to Congress. LV. Pan, interior of Congress, people applauding. SCU. General Alfredo Ovando reading message to Bolivia, pan to the President of the Congress and Barrientos on the right. LV. Interior of Congress with people watching from balconies. SV. Barrientos taking oath of office. CU. Vice President Luis Adolfo Siles, pan to Barrientos with confetti on his head. General view, pan, exterior of parade formed up in stadium. SCU. Pan, Barrientos driving past and waving to car from car. SV. Crowds applauding. LV. Parade goose stepping past Barrientos. SV. Parade, pan up to Barrientos taking the salute. SV. People applauding and Barrientos saluting. SV. Mountain ski troops marching past. CU. Feet as they march. GV. Navy men marching past Barrientos.

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    Cataloguer:
    Sanja
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    55790
    Sort Number:
    66/069
    Time in/Out:
    01:20:59:00 / 01:22:22:00
    Canister:
    66/69
    Film ID:
    2003.08
    Issue Date:
    28/08/1966
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