Heroes All 1926

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    Queenstown & Plymouth.

    Title: "HEROES ... ALL! S. S. President Roosevelt rescues and brings safely home crew of doomed S. S. Antinoe after thrilling days' long battle with the gale".

    L/S of a ship passing with steam coming out of the funnel. High angled shot of a crowd of people on the deck of the ship; press photographers jostle to get a picture of a man in captain's uniform shaking hands with a short man.

    Intertitle: "The King's congratulations conveyed by Capt. Goldsmith".

    Panning C/U of a group of men - the crew of the Antinoe.

    Intertitle: "Their Saviours!"

    Panning shot of the American crew of the S. S. Roosevelt posing in two rows (one sitting, one standing behind) on the deck of the ship.

    Intertitle: "Captain Courageous".

    C/U of the captain of the Roosevelt standing next to a man in a smart suit and trilby. C/U of the man in the trilby. C/U of the captain.

    Intertitle: "Mrs. Tose thanks Chief Officer Miller who lead 3 rescue attempts".

    C/U of a glamorous woman in furs shaking hands with two men, one of who was wearing a trilby in the previous shots, the other has a naval uniform on (Miller?). C/U of Miller. M/S of the British crew cheering. L/S of the ship at sea, looking over the heads of a cheering crowd on the quayside.

    Note: please see also records for KINGS GOLD MEDAL in G 1266.

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    British Pathé
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    01:20:22:00 / 01:22:07:00
    G 1265
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    G 1265
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