Mary, Queen And Mother 1953

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    Stills of Mary when she was 19 and with her future husband Prince George of Wales. In Royal carriage with George 5th en route to their Coronation 1910. Still of them wearing their crowns. Royal coaches entering Palace. Mary and George appearing on the balcony, below the crowds cheer. A palace (?) with British flag flying. Queen Mary with Dignitaries and military, She goes up steps and is followed by George V.
    Being shown a piglet, inspecting Women's army, having her hand kissed by servants. At a school with girls in uniform marching past. A Wimbledon crowd, lady tennis player, Mary and George look on. Mary making public visits, being greeted by society, and the common people, mothers and baby's and little children. Arriving at Highland games, with her family. She is driven on a miniature railway. During the war at a military ceremony. She is with mothers holding their baby's. Behind glass she talks into a microphone and a ship in launched. Lowering the flag over Buckingham Palace, Mary being driven out in Royal car to attend to his functions. Mary and George drive through the streets in the Royal coach with cheering crowds. On the Palace balcony at their Silver Jubilee celebrations. Flag at half mast over Westminster, and George's funeral at Windsor Castle. Her son, Edward 8th's abdication speech. Shots of Edward and Mrs Simpson. Still of her five sons around a pram. Mary and her son David at Caernarfon Castle. The Princess Royals marriage to Lord Lascelles on the Palace balcony with crowds waving below. Marriage of Prince George the Duke of Kent and Princess Marina. Marriage of the Duke of Gloucester. Marriage of the Duke and Duchess of York. Highland games with Royals and the young Elizabeth. The coronation of Edward with Royal family and the Princess's on the balcony. Marriage of Elizabeth and Philip. Mary looking old and attending the Ideal Home exhibition, greeting people and sitting in the Royal box at Wimbledon. Shots of Queen Mary with her family.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1953
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    Sound
    Media URN:
    80025
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2703.04
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:09:13:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:42:28:00 / 01:51:41:00
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    DOCS
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