Royal Wedding Aka The Marriage Of Princess… 1957

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    HELENE, PRINCESS OF FRANCE THE MARRIAGE OF PRINCESS HELENE OF FRANCE TO COMTE EVRARD

    Normandy, France.

    SV. Princess Helene of France walking with her father Comte de Paris for the wedding in the Royal Chapel of Dreux Normandy. TV. Bride and father walking to the entrance of the Church, this picture shows the bride's 25 feet long train. SV. Back, bride and father making their way up steps into church. CU The Bridegroom Comte Evrard de Limbourg-Stirum accompanied by his mother the Countess. GV Guests going into Church. AS. Of the Church. SV Interior of the bride and groom kneeling before the altar. CU Full, of the bride kneeling. SV Bride and groom kneeling before the altar. SV Comte de Paris accompanying Queen Frederika of Greece to her place in the Church. SCU Queen Frederika of Greece. SV Bride and groom standing before the altar the bride turns to her father asking for his consent. SCU Mgr. Renard - Bishop of Dreux conducting the service. SV Bishop hands the bridegroom the ring and bridegroom places ring on bride's finger. SV Guests in Church watching. SV Priest kneels in front of altar. SV Bride and groom kneeling before the altar.

    SV Guests including Queen Frederika and the Princess Alexandra kneeling in prayer. GV Ceremony in progress with the bride about to sign register. SV Bride signing register. GV Guests outside Church awaiting the arrival of bride and groom. SC. Back. Bride and groom approaching the main doorway. SV Bride and groom coming down steps. CU Bride and groom walking down steps. SV Guests leaving Church. LV Ditto.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    21/01/1957
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    32506
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    627.38
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:47:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:48:28:00 / 01:50:15:00
    Canister:
    57/7
    Sort Number:
    57/007
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