Ingrid Bergman & New Born Twins 1948

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    Paris & Cannes.

    SCU. Men chatting at the reception. MS. Ingrid Bergman with French soldier, she is holding a miniature statue of the 'Victory of Samothrace'. CU. Ingrid Bergman holding model. SCU. Ingrid being presented with the statue by Jean Cocteau. MS. The real statue. SCU. The real statue. SCU. Ingrid Bergman being presented with bouquet. General view, statue and crowd. CU. Ingrid Bergman and Jean Cocteau. CU. Ingrid Bergman with model statue. MS. Ingrid Bergman with model statue.

    Ingrid Bergman and husband Roberto Rosselini showing newly born twins in Paris. Various shots of Ingrid Bergman and husband Roberto Rosselini, each with a baby in arms posing for photographs in a garden. Little boy is looking at the babies, very cute. Some good close up shots of the babies. Several shots of the happy parents with friends at garden party.

    Cannes? Several shots of the sea with small boats in a little marina - quite windy. A car arriving to a luxury villa on the beach. A group of people, unclear who, on veranda with small private beach in background. Ingrid Bergman should be one of the people, possibly arriving to South of France for the Cannes Film Festival.

    Mute. B/W.

    Date found in the old record - Cuts 48/80.

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    British Pathé
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    01:18:34:00 / 01:22:02:00
    UN 2010 F
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    UN 2010 F
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