Holiday Roundup 1957

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    Arundel, West Sussex.

    SV. Towards, Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh leading his team on to the field. Pan back to rest of team coming out. GV. Crowds applauding. GV. The cricket match in progress. SV. Pan, the Duke trotting along in the field as his side is fielding. SV. Part of the crowd. LV. Duke preparing to bowl, he bowls and the ball is hit out of the picture. Pan to see part of crowd scramble as the ball goes into them. SV. Part of crowd applauding. SV. Duke bowls the Duke of Norfolk. He starts to walks away from the wicket looking back at Prince Philip. SV. Part of crowd applauding. LV. Prince Philip batting, plays a stroke but completely misses it and falls forward on his bat. GV. Part of crowd. LV. Duke of Edinburgh batting, he connects beautifully and starts to run down the pitch. Pan to the umpire with both arms in the air declaring that the ball has gone for a six.

    (Neg.) (Title Scene J)

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