Selected Originals - King Faisal Arrives 1967

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    Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "King Faisal Arrives" - 67/38.


    Guards ride into Buckingham palace followed by the royal coaches. M/S as military officials meet King Faisal. M/S as Guard of Honour present Arms. M/S Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and King Faisal watching. Various shots as King inspects Guard of Honour. L/S Royals on podium. L/S Tate Gallery from across river. Various shots of Queen and Prince Philip arriving. M/S Guards marching. L/S gallery. M/S George Brown arriving. Various shots as Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Marina and Duchess of Kent arrive. M/S Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones, Lord Snowdon, arriving.

    Various shots of Guards. L/S royal procession setting off on way to Buckingham Palace. Various shots of marching and parade. Blurred shot of Queen Elizabeth II, Duke of Edinburgh and King Faisal together. M/S Queen and Duke in car. Various shots as they drive past Guards. L/S as King and Duke walk along together. L/S as Queen gets into carriage. Various shots of procession and people watching and taking pictures. M/S as they ride into the palace. M/S Guards lined up in courtyard as they arrive. M/S as they pull up outside palace. M/S as they enter. M/S members of the royal family talking outside. L/S gallery. M/S as empty coaches approach. L/S procession riding off.

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    01:07:40:00 / 01:19:09:00
    67/38 E (Selected Originals)
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    67/038 E
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