Royal Visit To Netherlands 1958

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    Holland. 3rd Day of State visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip to the Netherlands.

    Various shots of Queen, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh & Queen Juliana visiting Watercourse Laboratorium in Delft, being shown round on moving platforms. Various shots of crowds as the two Queens drive past in open car. LS Block of flats, people on balconies. BV Cars being driven past waving crowds. MS Children waving flags. LS Town Hall, crowd in fg. LS Crowd. LS Queen Elizabeth and Queen Juliana waving from balcony. CU Queen Juliana waving. CU Queen and Prince Philip on balcony. Crowd.

    High angle shot of Luncheon. CU Prince Philip & Queen Juliana seated at table. CU Queen Elizabeth talking to Prince Bernhard. SV Queen Juliana. CU Princess Beatrix seated at table talking to grey-haired man. Guests at luncheon. CU Queen Elizabeth & Prince Bernhard drinking.

    Various shots of Royal families visiting Building centre. LS Royal Yacht Britannia, in dock. Zoom in shot to Queen Elizabeth, Queen Juliana & Princess Beatrix in open coach. LS Queen Juliana, and Queen Elizabeth being helped out of coach. LS Britannia at night. LS Queen & Duke on deck at night. GV Firework display.

    Various shots of Presentation of Members of the Municipality of Rotterdam in Townhall. Various shots of visit to Mission to Seamen's Church. MS Queen Elizabeth being presented with bouquet. MS Queen Juliana being presented with bouquet. Various shots of Royal departure from Mission to Seamen Church.

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    01:46:24:00 / 01:52:38:00
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