Churchill Sees His Painting 1946

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Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.

C/U of portrait of Winston Churchill. M/S of artist Douglas Chandor adding final touches to portrait, Churchill poses in background. Chandor asks Churchill to inspect the finished masterpiece. Churchill says, "It's admirable, Mr Chandor,...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
60094
Sort Number:
UNSO 081 L
Time in/Out:
01:42:15:00 / 01:42:36:00
Canister:
UNSO Reel 081 L
Film ID:
1534.35
Issue Date:

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