London Pride - Technicolor 1966

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    This item is shot in Technicolor.

    London.

    LV. The Monument, zoom back to general view across river Thames. GV. Zoom into long shot of the Tower of London. GV. Elevated shot, across London at tall building. GV. Pan, modern buildings in the City, & AS. AS. Pan up the side of one of the modern buildings. LV. The Lord Mayor of London, Sir Robert Bellinger, on platform, & SV. He rises his hat and salutes. LV. Pan, men dressed as old soldiers march past. Top shot of the men marching. LV. The Mayor saluting as soldiers go past. GV. Fire eaters coming past. SV. Pan, fire eaters moving past. Top shot, the Lord Mayor in the coach as it pulls away from Mansion House, & nearer shot. LV. The coach comes past modern building. SV. Tracking shot as coach goes along street. LV. Pan, old soldiers in the parade, & closer shot. SV. Children watching. CU. Pan, man with long wig takes his hat off to camera. LV. Pan, men with old fire pump. SV. More firemen on horse drawn steam pump, & CU. LV. The foreign investments float, & closer shot. LV. The Britain's banks float, & closer shot. LV. Pan, the industrial expansion float, & closer shot. CU. Pan, men on float in oriental and American clothes. LV. Pan, the overseas insurance float with steel drum band, & closer shot. LV. The London Chamber of Commerce float, & closer shot. LV. The Lloyds of London float. Pan, the Port of London float, & closer shot. SV. The Stock Exchange float. LV Zoom back to long shot of the Lord Mayor's coach arriving at Law Court, & SV. SV. Pike men salute. SV. Pan as the Lord Mayor walks into the Law Court. CU. Pike man. CU. The Lord Mayor's coach driver. CU. Another Pike man. GV. Narrow street in the City. CU. The London Assurance Office. CU. Lloyds. More shots of City buildings. AS . The Law Court, & nearer shot. CU. Pan, the Lord Mayor comes out of Law Court and gets into coach. GV. The coach outside the Law Court. CU. Pike man. SV. Pan as the coach moves away. Modern building. GV. Pan, the glass front of the Daily Mirror building. GV. Looking over London. General view, London and Thames.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    17/11/1966
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    55968
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2013.13
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration
    00:05:00:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:17:30:00 / 01:22:30:00
    Canister:
    66/92
    Sort Number:
    66/092
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