Bourguiba Of Tunisia Meets De Gaulle 1961

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    President Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia meets President of France, General Charles De Gaulle at Rambouillet, France.

    Various shots of the Tunisian flag flying from battlement at the Chateau of Rambouillet. MS reporters standing outside the Chateau. CU sign on gates: "Parc Ferme". Various shots Citroen car entering the grounds. Group of spectators looking through gates.

    Various shots Tunisian president's car with escort of police motorcyclists entering grounds of the Chateau. LS, seen through railings, of Bourguiba leaving his car and being greeted by de Gaulle on steps of the Chateau. CU telescopic lens, pan along it to cameraman. LS Tricolour flying from the Chateau. MS group of press photographers outside the gates of the chateau.

    MS Bourguiba and de Gaulle seated together on sofa. CU Bourguiba, pan to CU de Gaulle. MS De Gaulle with Bourguiba, pan to press photographers. Various shots of Bourguiba and de Gaulle in conference, ushers ask the cameramen to leave the room. Various shots pressmen leaving the conference room. LS of the entrance and windows of the Chateau (taken at dusk).

    Date on dope sheet is 27/02/1961.

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    01:54:01:00 / 01:56:33:00
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