Royal Tour Of Canada 1951

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    Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) and Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh) on royal tour of Canada.

    MS Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip leaving BOAC aeroplane and shaking hands with Lord Alexander and Premier St Laurent at Montreal. MS royal couple in observation car as train pulls out from Montreal. MS Princess Elizabeth with Prince Philip driving past in Quebec. CU women and children in crowd.

    LS Government House in Ottawa. MS Princess Elizabeth shaking hands. MS Princess Elizabeth and Philip seated in back of car waving. MS Niagara Falls, people in foreground including Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. MS cars driving through crowds. MS mounted police parade with pennants in Regina. MS Red Indian Chief making gift to Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip at Calgary. CU Indian.

    MS Princess Elizabeth and Philip watching rodeo well wrapped up, Philip in ten gallon hat at Calgary. LS wagon race in progress. MS Destroyer under bridge at Vancouver. CU Elizabeth and Philip on bridge of boat. MS line of cars down avenue in Montreal. MS Queen in formal dress and coronet sat with American President Harry Truman. CU Queen smiling.

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    Media URN:
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2577.02
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    00:02:21:00
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    01:08:02:00 / 01:10:23:00
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    UN 2400 B
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