Eisenhower In France 1959

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    French title reads: "La France Recoit Le President Eisenhower".

    Paris, France.

    LS Zoom in to MS of Pres. Eisenhower coming down steps of plane, and of him being welcomed by Gen. de Gaulle. MS Pres. Eisenhower walking with Gen. de Gaulle. LS. of crowd. CU Gen. de Gaulle speaking, Pres. Eisenhower standing at his side.

    Various flashbacks of Eisenhower and De Gaulle during the War.

    MS Pres. Eisenhower waving from open car, Gen. de Gaulle seated at his side. MS Pres. Eisenhower shaking hands with Gen. de Gaulle.

    Various shots of American President Dwight D Eisenhower's drive through streets. MS Elysee Palace with Flags flying. MS Pres. Eisenhower shaking hands with French President General Charles de Gaulle. Overhead shot of crowd. Various shots of car procession being driven through streets. GV of crowd. Various shots of Ike laying the wreath ceremony. CU of wreath. MS Pres. Eisenhower standing to attention. Various shots of Pres. Eisenhower's drive in open car. LS Cameramen. Various shots of De Gaulle and Eisenhower on dais speaking, cut-ins of crowd. CU Crowd applauding. MS President waving from open car to crowd.

    (Dupe Neg.) Old record suggests material dates from around 03/09/1959.

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    British Pathé
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    01:48:55:00 / 01:51:48:00
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    UN 3267 D
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