Selected Originals Gala Show For Grace Kelly… 1956

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    Selected Originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "Gala Show for Grace" 56/32


    GV. Monaco at Night GV. Flunkies outside club entrance. SV. Car arriving, a woman gets out and goes in. SCU. The Begum Aga Khan arriving and going in. SV. Police and people standing outside entrance looking on. LV. Towards, inside of the building. The Begum Aga Khan comes along, by the side of her is the Aga Khan who is pushed along in a wheel chair by a man.

    SV. Magnificent car arriving. American Film Star Grace Kelly stepping out. Photographs being taken. She steps into the building, followed by Prince Rainier. LV. From inside, the Prince and Grace at doorway. Towards camera, they start to walk in. CU. Monaco Guard with sword raised in front of his face. SV. Towards the Prince and Grace. SV. Outside of building. Photographers struggling with two security types. He has a camera in his hand. SV. Towards and pan more people coming in. A woman goes by camera. CU. of Mr. John B Kelly GV.

    Inside the sporting club, of band in background and tables full of guests in foreground. SCU. Miss. Kelly and the Prince sitting at table watching. CU. Assistant looking on. SCU. Miss. Kelly and the Prince sitting at table watching the festivities. SCU. Two Assistants looking on. SCU. The Prince and Grace Kelly. Grace is chatting to oldish man on her left. GV. Inside the sporting club of band in background, and tables full of guests in foreground.

    (F.G.) (Orig.E.)

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    01:25:18:00 / 01:26:31:00
    56/32 E (Selected Originals)
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