Title reads: "Italy".
M/Ss rows of women doing fascist salute. Various shots of women playing game of netball / basket ball.
Various shots 2 teams of men saluting, one team wears shirts with 'Roma' written on them. Various shots of men's netball / basket ball match.
Netball match - French team lose by 44 points to 35 against team from Italian Universities.
Italian female netball teams play a match before an enthusiastic crowd.
Captains exchange gifts before the basketball match, match in progress.
Netball in Italy, 2 referees football in Chester, fan presented to Duchess of Kent by Africans, Sir Robert peel Statue removed to Hendon).
The official opening of a new sports arena in the suburbs of Rome.
Various shots of the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Italian Sports Association with a night mass, then various displays before Pope Pius XXII in St Peter's Square the next day.
Thousands attend Royal wedding in Cascais, Italy
Building of the 'Europe Bridge' connecting Germany and Italy across the Sill Valley
A mediaeval pageant and jousting tournament in Arezzo, Italy.
French author, Georges Simenon unveils a statue in honour of the 'Maigret' character he has created
Actors learn how to age themselves and change their appearance with make-up.
Franca Dallolio becomes Miss Italy 1963.
"Miss Universe" contest won by US Girl
A festival of grapes is held in Rome - parade of decorated floats and free wine.
Some of top golfers competing in the "Open" held in Carnoustie, Scotland.
Scenes of Italian fox hunters setting off with horse and hounds.
French, Italian, German and British Ministers meet in London to discuss economic restoration.
Ancient ceremony from Italy - involves carrying large wooden pedestals around the city streets.
Traditional festivals in Naples in celebration of grape harvest.
Shots of opening event at a large sports stadium in Rome.
Primo Carnera retains his boxing world title.
Italian young fascists sing their hymn to Mussolini - Il Duce.
Benito Mussolini inspects the excavated site of the "Market of Trajan", Rome, Italy.
A look at the machinery that works Rome's speaking clock.