In Honour Of President Kennedy 1965

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    Title reads: "IN HONOUR OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY".

    Runnymede, Surrey.

    L/S Runnymede. L/S Queen Elizabeth II with Lord Harlech followed by Jackie Kennedy (Jacqueline Kennedy) and Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip). L/S the President John F. Kennedy (JFK) memorial stone - the Portland stone. C/U American sailor on guard. C/U British sailor. L/S as the Queen's group approach the stone and stand before it. C/U the inscription on the stone, taken from JFK's inaugural speech. M/S group standing before it. Panning shot Queen walking forward to be introduced to VIPs, pan to Jackie standing with Duke. C/U JFK's young children, Caroline Kennedy and John Kennedy junior, pan to C/U of Jackie as she walks past.

    L/S VIPs walking to the dais. Panning C/U Queen walking to the dais with Duke following. L/S Jackie walking onto dais. She shakes hands with Prime Minister Harold Wilson, then with Dean Rusk (US secretary of state), former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and Dr. A. M. Ramsey, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Panning L/S Queen walking onto dais. L/S crowd. Zoom into L/S of the Queen standing up to speak. She gives speech inaugurating memorial to JFK (natural sound). Zoom back as guests applaud. C/U servicemen on guard.

    L/S Queen with Lord Harlech (David Ormsby-Gore, former British Ambassador in USA) walking towards camera. C/U as Queen walks past pan to Jackie with Duke walking past. C/U American sailor. L/S Jackie standing before the memorial stone. C/U memorial stone. Panning shot Jackie turns and walks away through trees with Duke.

    Note: further information, including transcription of Queen's speech, is on file.

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    Cataloguer:
    Amelia
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    55394
    Sort Number:
    65/040
    Time in/Out:
    01:12:18:00 / 01:15:50:00
    Canister:
    65/40
    Film ID:
    1802.10
    Issue Date:
    16/05/1965
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