Cheetahs For Duke And Duchess 1958

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    Full title reads: "Somaliland. Cheetahs For Duke and Duchess".

    Hargeisa, Somaliland.

    SV The Duke of Gloucester shaking hands with tribal chiefs.

    GV The gathering. SV Local people seated. LV The dais which the Duke of Gloucester is on.

    SV A camel being led, pan with it as it is led towards the Duke of Gloucester, the rein is handed to the Duke.

    CU Tribal chiefs watching. SV A horse being presented to the Duke of Gloucester.

    CU Tribal chief. SV Two baby cheetahs being brought forward in baskets to be presented to the Duke of Gloucester. The Duchess and Duke bend forward to stroke them.

    CU One of the baby cheetahs. CU The two baby cheetahs, one of them gets a bit out of hand.

    SV The Duchess of Gloucester shakes hands with tribal chief and the two cheetahs are carried towards camera.


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    01:43:37:00 / 01:44:37:00
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