Ian Smith - Rhodesian Trade Fair 1971

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    Location Unspecified, Rhodesia

    Medium shot of African brass band coming out of castle and passing the camera from right to left. Good close-ups of the band. Camera pans right to show them marching towards crowd. Various shots of guard, military parade and brass band playing. VS. Arrival of dignitaries including Rhodesian Prime-Minister Ian Smith and his wife. Various shots of crowd applauding the arrival of Mr. Smith. Guest speakers addressing crowd.

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    01:40:03:00 / 01:47:22:00
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