Mr. Wilson In Scilly Isles 1965

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    Location: Scilly Isles, Great Britain

    Film about British Prime Minister Harold Wilson taking a holiday with his family to the Scilly Isles.

    GV. Of the small harbour at St. Mary's. GV. Scenes of the Scilly Isles. VS. Scenes of St. Mary's and shots of people in the streets.

    MS. British Prime Minister Mr. Harold Wilson with rucksack on his back has a stroll along the harbour and chats to a fisherman holding a crab. MS. Mr and Mrs. Wilson enter the Sunset Restaurant. VS. of the Wilsons, including their son, seated in a restaurant having a cup of tea.

    Aerial shots of the Scilly Isles from helicopter.

    VS. Harold Wilson talking to an old boat builder friend. VS. The Wilsons waiting at he end of the quay for their small boat to arrive. Mr. Wilson lights his pipe. VS. The family climb into a small boat. VS. Mr. Wilson seated on a small boat smoking his pipe on a journey to Samson Island. Views of Samson Island from the boat. CU. Mr. Wilson looking through binoculars.

    VS. The Wilsons enjoying their picnic and then laze on the beach. VS. Scenes on Samson Island beach, Mr. Wilson and family pose, then have a paddle in the sea. Wilson junior is in a canoe.

    VS. The Wilsons walking about the Scilly Isles. Good views of scenery, on the beach, and Harold Wilson climbing over rocks.

    MS. Pathe cameraman Cedric Baynes climbing on board BEA plane with his camera.

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    Cataloguer:
    Matt
    Stock:
    Colour
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    89462
    Sort Number:
    UN 4109 B
    Time in/Out:
    01:26:30:00 / 01:35:34:00
    Canister:
    UN 4109 B
    Film ID:
    3189.08
    Issue Date:
    1965
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