France Says "Yes" To De Gaulle 1961

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    Algeria.

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    GV. Algerian village. MS. Group of Moslem women outside polling station. MS. of Moslems voting. Various shots, Moslem men voting. GV. Panning shot, town on Algerian coast. GV. Street in the Casbah. Two MSs. Moslem and European being searched by French soldier. MS. Europeans voting. GV. French village. MS. French peasants entering polling station. MS. People reading propaganda posters outside station. Three MSs. French civilians voting. MS. Band walking through village street. CU. Maurice Chevalier casting his vote at Marne La Coquette. CU. Jean Marais casting his vote at Louveciennes CU. J. Dufille (actor) casting his vote. CU. Fernard Raynaud in polling booth. MS. Jacques Soustelle casting his vote. CU. Marshal Juin pan down to his hand taking one of the referendum slips. MS. M. Debre casting his vote. MS. De Gaulle casting his vote at Colombey-les-deux-Eglises MS. Official taking voting forms from box. GV. Night shot Champs Elysees. Various shots, people in hall awaiting result of referendum. CU. Maurice Herzog and Andre Malraux. MS. Official reading results of the referendum which gives assent to de Gaulle's policy.

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    Cataloguer:
    Agnew
    Stock:
    Black & White
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    Sound
    Media URN:
    70287
    Sort Number:
    UN 3443 G
    Time in/Out:
    01:44:50:00 / 01:46:48:00
    Canister:
    UN 3443 G
    Film ID:
    3002.20
    Issue Date:
    01/09/1961
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