Queen At Hurst Park Races 1950

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    The Queen at Hurst Park races - George Williamson Handicap steeplechase. Surrey.

    LS Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother) chatting to two men in paddock. MS as she watches horses, pan to horse 'Monaveen'. MS Queen walking along with man. MS men watching through binoculars, they are Sir Humphrey de Trafford, Duke of Norfolk and Major Bulteel, pan to Queen doing the same. Back view as she watches the race. MS Queen chatting to men in box.

    LS horses jumping over fence, dark shots. MS as race gets underway. Slow motion jump over fences. Various shots as fences are jumped. LS Hurst Park. LS as Queen gets out of car and is received by Sir Humphrey de Trafford and Duke of Norfolk. LS people in rain. CU man watching through binoculars. Various shots people in stands and under umbrellas.

    MS woman watching. Various shots people watching. The Queen walks across paddock and meets people. LS people in stand. Various shots Queen walking along and into paddock. MS horses parading. The Queen walks past crowds. MS 'Monaveen'. MS as Queen chats to jockey.

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    Cataloguer:
    Emma
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    sound
    Media URN:
    65376
    Sort Number:
    UN 2228 A
    Time in/Out:
    01:56:54:00 / 02:01:48:00
    Canister:
    UN 2228 A
    Film ID:
    2282.25
    Issue Date:
    1950
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