Queen In Quebec 1964

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    Queen in Quebec. Royal tour of Canada.

    L/S Parliament buildings. L/S of the Royal Yacht 'Britannia' steaming slowly up the St. Lawrence. Quebec. Street scenes in Quebec showing French signs. M/S of people riding in horse and carriage. M/S typical Canadian shop and cafe with French signs. L/S showing French name for a film. L/S of parliament building. L/S of procession of cars and Royal car escorted by mounted police and troops lining the route turned inwards to face crowd. M/S of troops lined up facing the crowd. L/S as the Royal car escorted by mounted police on motor bikes nears the parliament buildings L/S of the royal car nearing the entrance. Angle shots of flags over the entrance.

    M/S of Queen Elizabeth II climbing out of car with the Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip). She is greeted by the Premier and Madame Lesage. Interior shots of the Queen making her way to the legislative council chamber. Queen walking up staircase with Premier. L/S of the Queen sitting on throne with the Duke on her left. Protesters running around outside the Parliament building. Shots of the police getting involved. Various shots of the Queen leaving the parliament building. L/S of troops turned inwards facing crowds. L/Ss of Canadian band playing, marching on parade ground. M/S of disabled veteran soldier sitting in wheel chair. L/S of the Canadian Guards lining the entrance of the citadel as royal procession starts to five through. C/U of Canadian Guard with Busby. M/S Queens car driving past entrance to citadel. Various shots of the of the Queen watching Canadian Guards on parade.

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    01:32:30:00 / 01:36:14:00
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    Commonwealth Tours: 1960s Untitled Workspace Royal Visits to Canada C4OBSQueen Commonwealth Tours: 1960s Royal Tours
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