Ireland Honours St. Patrick 1950

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    Full title reads: "Ireland Honours St. Patrick".

    Dublin, Eire, Southern Ireland, Republic of Ireland. President Sean O'Kelly goes to mass and sees the St. Patrick's Day Parade.

    SV Back view Sean O'Kelly being greeted by clergy and walks towards the Presbytery. CU Back view O'Kelly going into Presbytery. SV Towards O'Kelly arriving at Cathedral. LV Motorcycle escort. SV Crowd. MV Crowd. MV Towards and pan Archbishop of Dublin leaving Cathedral. SV Two kids looking through railings. MV Towards and pan O'Kelly accompanied by clergy walking down steps and into Presbytery. SV Towards and pan O'Kelly going into Presbytery. SV Kids in crowd. MV O'Kelly shaking hands with Archbishop of Dublin in Presbytery. He walks down steps accompanied by Mrs O'Kelly turns and bows to Archbishop of Dublin, Most Reverend JC McQuaid. SV Archbishop standing in doorway. SV O'Kelly's car pulling away. SV Crowd.

    SV Elevated St. Patrick's Day parade. MV Towards girls pipe band. SV People looking on. LV Parade. SV Guinness dray moving out of picture, followed by horse and cart. SV Horse and cart with notice - 'Irish goods go best by CIE. SV Kids in procession carrying banners. SV Crowd pan to Irish pipe band playing pan down to kilts of pipers. SV Men in procession, carrying banners. CU Man and woman wearing shamrock. SV Towards cowboy standing on top of lorry. SV Towards cowboy standing on top of lorry. SV Towards lorry carrying notice - 'Don't force us to emigrate - buy Irish. LV Parade. LV Elevated parade.

    (Orig. Neg.) (Special For Ireland)

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    British Pathé
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    01:37:06:00 / 01:39:17:00
    50/24 (Special For Ireland)
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    50/024 (Special For Ireland)
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