Selected Originals The Queen Is Home Aka… 1956

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    Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "The Queen is Home" 56/15

    Contains some material not used in the original but covering the same events. Mute.

    London Airport.

    SV. Man signalling the Royal plane as it lands. pan with the Royal plane as it taxis. GV. Royal family walking from the terminus to the aircraft pan with them to (RAF) Royal Air Force Regiment parading behind. CU. Princess Anne enters plane, followed by Queen Mother and Prince Charles (later Prince of Wales), and another small child. CU. Pan, stewardess carrying fur coat up steps. GV. Crowds lining the roof of London airport terminus. SCU. Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh stepping down from aircraft followed by Princess Anne. The Queen shakes hands with Lord Latham, Lord Lieutenant of the County. CU. Queen shaking hands with Dignitaries. Queen with Princess Anne and Prince Charles walking with Duke of Edinburgh. SCU. Queen and Duke talking to Nigerian Regiment. CU. Nigerian Regiment. LV. Queen and Duke talking to Nigerian Regiment, with the two children watching. GV. Prince Charles watching the inspection of the troops. SV. Charles shakes hands with VIPs. He touches the arm of Sir John D'Albiac (as if to say shake hands with me). He grabs hold of his hands and shakes. GV. Pan with the Royal car as it leaves. CU. Nigerian soldier we see the Royal car leaving behind. CU. Nigerian troops at attention. CU Royal Air Force Regiment soldiers at attention pan along the line. CU. Nigerian Commissioner.

    (Orig.Neg.) (Orig.A.) (Uncut Royal Rota Neg.H.)

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