Premiere Of "1984" 1956

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    Warner Theatre, Leicester Square, London.

    GV. Warner Brothers cinema. SCU. Police holding crowd back. GV. Crowded foyer of the theatre. SCU. Four starlets posing for the camera showing hairstyles with the hairdresser Biatgio. CU. Girl with an elaborate hairdo. SCU. Gordon Scott (Tarzan). SCU. Peter Reynolds with friends. CU. Eleanor Summerfield with her husband Leonard Sachs. CU. David Kossoff. SCU. Hazel Court. SCU. Gun, knife and other weapons used in the film. GV. Woman dressed as character in the film flanked by actors dressed as the thought police. CU. Pan to policeman showing the gun. SV. Two policemen holding guns with a board bearing the inscription "Hate Week". CU. Map with sign pointing to "Victory Square" depicting London 1984.

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    British Pathé
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    01:29:51:00 / 01:31:01:00
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  • The premiere took place on 6 March 1956.

    jamied 24th Apr 2012

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