Parliament - State Opening 1965

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    Title reads: "State Opening".

    State Opening of Parliament, London.

    L/S from roof of Buckingham Palace, crowds are assembled around Queen Victoria memorial. L/S the Irish State coach carrying Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip). Panning C/U Queen as the coach passes memorial. L/S from roof of palace as procession goes up the Mall.

    Crowds in Horseguards Parade. Panning shot Irish State coach passing camera. M/S Household Cavalry following.

    M/S Imperial Crown arriving at the House of Lords (Westminster Palace) in coach. L/S as coach containing crown enters House of Lords. L/S Royal procession arriving at the House of Lords. Zoom in to C/U of Queen as coach passes. L/S procession entering House of Lords.

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    British Pathé
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    01:40:32:00 / 01:41:48:00
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