Full title reads: "Douglas. 'It's an old Manx custom'. Isle of Man celebrates opening of her ancient and unique Parliament, promulgating the Island Laws from Tynwald Hill in English and Manx."
Douglas, Isle of Man.
A military officer leads a procession carrying a ceremonial sword....
Travelogue - a family holiday on the Isle of Man - landscapes, beaches, local traditions etc.
Wall of Death stunts, Tynwald Day in Isle of Man, Childrens' Day in Leeds.
Acts do not become laws unless they were read aloud in English and Manx from Tynwald Hill.
The ancient ceremony of the re-opening of the Manx Parliament.
The Isle of Man celebrates the opening of her parliament and the reading of the Island laws.
Officials from Douglas, Isle of Man, proclaim Assembly of Parliament on Tynwald Day.
King George VI and the Queen attend opening of rebuilt House of Commons.
King George VI opens Parliament and French President Vincent Auriol pays a state visit.
Bowls in Scotland, open air parliament on the Isle of Man, and Red Cross meeting in Oxford.
Technicolor film of the State Opening of Parliament.
State opening of the Parliament - Technicolor.
Highlights of the 1969 royal year through the Pathe camera.
Review of the year 1966 - Technicolor.
Documentary which covers the Royal Tour of Canada in 1951.
New Governor of the Isle of Man arrives at his post and we take a look around the island.
Funeral of John Curtin, the late Prime Minister of Australia.
MPs arrive at Westminster for first session of Parliament.
Colour item showing the Queen travelling to Houses of Parliament. London.
Annual celebration of the Lord Mayor of London's Parade.
News in a Nutshell includes Parliament recalled early, Italian youth rally, and Charles Kingsford-Smith leaving for Australia in his aeroplane.
Roundup of national and international news
Footage of royal procession heading toward the Houses of Parliament for State Opening.
Pathe News celebrates fifty years with review of last year in colour.
Traditional Palm Sunday ceremonies are held by Church of England and Catholic clergymen in London.