Review Of 1958 1958

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    Titles read: "REVIEWS 1958".

    M/S of the ship bringing Sir Edmund Hillary and Dr Vivien Fuchs into a harbour at New Zealand after their trans Antarctic expedition. Officers and naval ratings on deck; Sir Edmund Hillary, Dr Vivien Fuchs and their party on bridge of ship. Crowd on dock waving and cheering. Dr Vivien coming down the gangplank followed by Sir Edmund. They pose with their wives. Ship's officer with one of the husky dogs. Huskies pulling a sledge in the Antarctic. Snow covered land with snow being driven by wind. Equipment being pulled through snow. C/U of one of the party with icy beard. Three explorers outside tent; C/U of one of them.

    General view of the radio telescope at Jodrel Bank with moon in background. Man looking through giant telescope at the Royal Observatory, Herstmanceaux, pan along the telescope. C/U of man looking into telescope. The moon. American moon rocket taking off; camera pans with it as it goes up.

    Aerial view of ice floes in the Arctic. Interior shot of American atomic-powered submarine Nautilus showing two men wearing oxygen masks. Another man in an oxygen mask flicks switches. Commander of Nautilus looking through periscope. Area of sea and ice where the Nautilus emerged. Nautilus on surface. Nautius coming into Portland.

    Men working on apparatus called ZETA at Harwell. Several shots of this machinery that applies principles of H-bomb to obtain power from sea water.

    Air to air shot of Comet IV in flight. Inside the plane we see passengers being waited on by stewardess. The plane crossed the Atlantic in just over 6 hours.

    In a street in Notting Hill Gate, London, we see an Afro-Caribbean family walking towards camera. Crowd and police outside greengrocers in Notting Hill Gate where an Afro-Caribbean man has been chased into the shop by white people. Crowd run down street.

    Deserted forecourt of Victoria Station with no buses in sight during seven week bus strike. Interior of bus garage showing idle buses. Crowds walking to work over London Bridge. Cars creeping along road. Street with cars parked along each side and others looking for parking spaces. Man locking door of his car and walking away. Policeman slowly turns his head until his eyes rest on the car that has just been parked and a look of utter amazement on his face. Cars and buses going round Marble Arch - traffic seems stretched!

    Smithfield Market on fire with fire engines parked in the foreground. Firemen pumping water down a hatch into the basement. Section of the market that is unharmed where work carries on as normal but with a bit more haste. Porter with handkerchief tied over his nose and mouth pulls a trolley along. High angle shot of the market roof a mass of flame and smoke. Another section of the roof with just supports standing. Poultry Hall Tower collapsing.

    Crashed aircraft partly covered in snow at Munich Airport; snow on the ground. Part of the wreckage. Exterior of the Rechts Der Isar Hospital in Munich where the survivors of the plane crash were taken. Interior of hospital: two Manchester United players lying in bed. C/U of one of the players. C/U of the doctor Professor Maurer. M/S of Matt Busby in oxygen tent. L/S of the football pitch at Wembley Stadium in which the Cup Final is in progress. M/S of Matt Busby and other team officials watching game. In the match we see Bolton attacking. The ball is centred, Grett parries but doesn't hold the ball, Lofthouse charges in and knocks Gregg and the ball into the net. Crowd waving and cheering.

    We then see Shirley Holmes, the girl with the hole in her heart, and her newly wed husband Guillio cutting their wedding cake.

    General view of Baghdad. The late King Feisal and his uncle are seen in a coach which begins to move. High angle view of the coach making its way along crowd lined streets (they were both assassinated). Demonstrators in Iraq. The beaches of Lebanon with American troops landing. Front of landing craft is let down and troops go ashore. Troops wade ashore from landing craft.

    General views of Amman and King Hussein's Palace in Amman. Flag flying at half mast above Palace. King Hussein with British troops looking at arms. King Hussein with British officers. Cyprus and Sir Hugh Foot's residence. M/S of Sir Hugh Foot and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. British troops patrolling street in Nicosia. British military cemetery in Nicosia. M/S of a cross on which is inscribed '22891168 SGT RH Hammond RAOC died 2.8.58.'

    High angle shots of crowded stands at Epsom for the 1958 Derby. Horses coming towards camera round Tattenham Corner. Horses entering the straight with Hard Ridden galloping through on the rails and he goes into the lead. Queen Elizabeth II looking through binoculars. Hard Ridden galloping home to win the Derby by five lengths, followed by Paddy's Point and Nagami.

    General view of cars lined up for mass start of one of the big Grand Prix. C/U of winner Mike Hawthorne in car. Nice C/U of runner-up Stirling Moss in car, winking at someone.

    L/S of Donald Campbell in Bluebird making his record breaking run in the world-water-speed record. M/S of press photographers. C/U Donald Campbell in cockpit of Bluebird, giving thumbs-up.

    Territorials lined up in Hyde Park for inspection on their Golden Jubilee. Queen Elizabeth II and Duke in Land Rover inspecting Territorials. Camera zooms in to C/U of small girl in crowd. Territorials march past the saluting base in the pouring rain. Rain beating on road.

    President Heuss of Western Germany alighting from train at Victoria Station and walking over to shake hands with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh). President Heuss is presented to other members of the royal family. Queen and President Heuss walk towards camera.

    In Rome, we see the newly crowned Pope Giovanni XXIII being carried on chair towards camera. General view of St Peter's Square with massed crowds in foreground. People kneeling. Pope on balcony reading blessing.

    In France, massed crowds surround General de Gaulle. De Gaulle walking in crowd and shaking hands with people. Sir Winston Churchill's car arrives; Churchill gets out of the car and shakes hands with de Gaulle. General de Gaulle presents Sir Winston Churchill with a medal - the Cross of Liberation. They shake hands and de Gaulle kisses Sir Winston on each cheek.

    General view of the Houses of Parliament. Opening of Parliament filmed for first time this year. Queen Elizabeth on throne in House of Lords. Peers with members of the Houses of Commons in the background. Members of the House of Commons, Harold Macmillan among them. Queen and Duke walking in procession towards the Chamber of the House of Lords.

    (All Library material.)

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    29/12/1958
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    50240
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    1565.08
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:07:20:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:15:05:00 / 01:22:25:00
    Canister:
    58/104
    Sort Number:
    58/104
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