Pathe Wedding 1962

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    Opening Titles read "June 9th 1962, Bob and Tricia's Day".

    WS 1950's style large house with enormous garden, Tricia walks in garden with her two dogs. Father looks through photo album, we see shots of Bob and Tricia. Bob walks down busy street and enters a Silversmiths. He chooses an engagement ring. Mummy and Tricia enter John Cavanagh's and Tricia tries on a wedding dress.

    We see a house sign 'Breezes'' and a shot of the house, inside builders are putting the finishing touches. Tricia and Bob enter the unfinished bedroom. Exterior shot of house and garden the couple walk around with the in-laws. Bob mows the lawn.

    B.O.A.C. Airliner Boeing 707 taxi,s on runway, passengers disembark and Bob greets his Father? Ext. neon sign "A L'Ecu de France". Inside a group of business men are having a reception, and smoking. The all male group sit round a large dining table. We see them eating and drinking, in grand style.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1962
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    Silent
    Media URN:
    85477
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2979.05
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration
    00:07:47:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:23:09:00 / 01:30:56:00
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