Princess In Kenya Aka Royal Tour Of E. Africa,… 1952

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(Unreleased story - replaced by Death of King George VI. 52/12 )

High angle shot of city street in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa. (first 7 ft. super title.)

C/U sign "Welcome" to our Royal Visitors" SV. Towards, Tribal chiefs waiting at airfield C/U very tall tribal Chief. SV. Tribal chiefs...

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Cataloguer:
Jenny
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
26866
Sort Number:
52/012
Time in/Out:
01:08:24:00 / 01:11:17:00
Canister:
52/12 (Unreleased)
Film ID:
9.04
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