Prunella Stack's Wedding - Glasgow 1938

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    Item title reads - Prunella Stack's Wedding.

    Glasgow cathedral, Scotland.

    The camera pans down the cathedral, various shots of guests arriving. M/S of the groom, David Douglas Hamilton, son of the Duke of Hamilton arriving in Stuart tartan kilt and highland dress. A policeman holds back women in the crowd. M/S as a bridesmaid get out of the car, others wait by the cathedral. M/S as the bride, Prunella Stack, leader of the League of health and beauty, gets out of her car and smiles. L/S of the cathedral. M/S as the couple emerge afterwards and smile before getting into the car.

    Various shots of the presents including cutlery and crockery from dignitaries. L/S as the couple greet the guests and have a drink at the reception. M/S as they cut the cake and laugh. M/S of the cake with couple and guests in the background. Various shots of the couple smiling and laughing. Good M/S as the camera pans up the bride holding her bouquet.

    Cataloguer's note: there is an item entitled 'Glasgow Cathedral' in 38/78 on *PM0983* which contains the same footage and commentary.

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    01:19:37:00 / 01:21:18:00
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