King Of Afghanistan In Moscow 1957

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    Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, USSR.

    Air to air shot of TU104 plane escorted by group of fighters. CU of flags flying. MS King of Afghanistan (Mohammed Zahir Shah) walking down steps of plane, walking towards Kliment Voroshilov who greets him. CU Crowd waving paper flags. MS King of Afghanistan being greeted by Nikolai Bulganin. CU Crowd waving flags. MS King of Afghanistan being greeted by Nikita Khruschev. MS King taking salute, standing at his side on dais is Voroshilov. King accompanied by Voroshilov inspecting Guard of Honour. MS Guard of Honour. March past of Guards, pan to onlookers. CU Voroshilov giving speech, King standing at his side. MS Officials listening. CU King speaking. LS Crowds waving flags. Walking shot of King past crowds waving flags, woman steps forward to give bouquet to King, which he takes and hands it to one of the officials walking behind him.

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    CU King shaking hands with Voroshilov. CU Voroshilov shaking hands with Afghanistan officials. CU Officials. CU Voroshilov smiling. CU of King with photographers at his side. MS of King and Voroshilov seated at conference table. Spacing. MS Bulganin walking forward and greeting King of Afghanistan. CU Bulganin. CU Bulganin greeting Afghanistan officials. CU Bulganin pan to King. LS Bulganin and King. CU King. MS King and Bulganin seated at table, in conference. CU Bulganin. CU King Mohammed Zahir. GV Conference table.

    (Lav.) Old record suggests material dates from around 21/07/1957.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1957
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    83139
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2864.19
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:04:55:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:45:57:00 / 01:50:52:00
    Canister:
    UN 2993 D
    Sort Number:
    UN 2993 D
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