Liverpool Aka Britain's Decision 1964

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    Huyton, Liverpool. (election night).

    L/S Ballot boxes being taken into counting buildings at Mr. Wilson's constituency. M/S Mr Harold Wilson getting out of car and walking towards building. M/S Crowd waving to Mr. Wilson. M/S Mr. Wilson with his wife. L/S Counting in progress. M/S Mr. Wilson walking round watching the counting. M/S Counting in progress. M/S Pan. Mr. Wilson walking towards and holding his hands up to his supporters. M/S His supporters applauding Nat sound starts. M/S The returning officer announcing Mr. Wilson's votes. The announcement is followed by loud cheers. M/S Crowd cheering. M/S Mr. Wilson making speech, and then kisses his wife. Nat sound ends.

    Various shots of people celebrating

    (Orig.Neg.) (Library shots underlined in red)

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    01:49:42:00 / 01:52:13:00
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    Heath Wilson Liverpool History on Film
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