RAF Coronation Review 1953

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    Royal Air Force Station Odiham, Hampshire.

    GV planes lined up (2 shots). GV RAF troops lined up. Pan to crowds and royal dais. SV Meteors lined up. STV Queen steps out of car and greeted by RAF officers. GV RAF troops present arms. STV Queen and Duke on dais. Duke salutes. SV pan, slow march past, banner at head. Duke of Gloucester on dais. GV slow march past. STV crowd watching. SV Queen steps into car for inspection of aircraft. SV pan, Meteors lined up with pilots and crew in front. Queen leaves the car to inspect lined up planes - greeted from RAF Officers. Several shots of foreign officers watching the inspection. Several shots of the equipment other then aircraft: cars, boats, engines, lorries - RAF support equipment. Various shots of the aircraft formations in the air, people watching. SV pan, Royals in car as it drives away. Queen waves.

    (Orig.Lav. & Uncut Neg.) (Uncut Neg."A") (Orig."B")

    Note: same or similar story is found in Astra Gazette / Documentary of same name.

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    British Pathé
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    01:32:30:00 / 01:41:41:00
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