Princess Elizabeth And Duke Of Edinburgh… 1948

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    CU Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, talking to a naval officer on the deck of a New Zealand sailing barque, 'Pamir', in London Docks. MS and LS Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) at the wheel. MS Elizabeth and the Captain with others looking up. MS The four-masted 'Pamir' in dock. MS Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, arriving by car and shaking hands with the Captain. MS Going up the gangplank, pan to rigging. MS Captain and Elizabeth watching sailors repairing sails. Philip in background. CU Elizabeth, Captain and others talking to men repairing sails. MS Elizabeth and Philip and others on bridge, pan up rigging. CU Elizabeth and Captain looking up, pan up rigging. MS Back view Elizabeth and others looking over bridge rail as sail is lowered. MS Back view Elizabeth on bridge rail pan to men climbing up rigging. CU Bows of the 'Pamir'.

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    Media URN:
    66982
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2433.08
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    Black & White
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    00:02:19:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:24:20:00 / 01:26:39:00
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    UN 1920 B
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    UN 1920 B
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