The Aga Khan Trophy 1950

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    Full title reads: "Dublin. The Aga Khan Trophy".

    Ballsbridge, Dublin, Eire, Southern Ireland, Republic of Ireland.

    GV Contestants riding past grandstand. SV Towards contestants riding past grandstand. SV Irish tricolour pan down to Irish team riding past. SV Irish President Sean O'Kelly at salute pan to Mr MacMahon, President of the RDS (Royal Dublin Show). SV Towards Irish team riding past. SV Papal Nuncio pan to Mr Richard Mulcahy, Minister of Education.

    MV Towards and pan elevated V Morfa on 'Vega' taking Railway Gate, Triple Hedge, Root Clumb and Rustic Gate. CU Woman looking on. MV Towards 'Vega' jumping single mound. MV Towards and pan 'Vega' jumping brick wall and pole. MV Crowd applauding. LV Elevated Colonel H Llewellyn on 'Foxhunter' jumping railway gate. SV Towards Foxhunter taking Triple Hedge. MV Elevated towards 'Foxhunter' taking Root Clump. CU Girl in crowd. MV 'Foxhunter' taking mound. SV Little girl sitting on man's shoulders. LV Count Lewenhaupt riding 'Mimosa-san' taking double bank. Pan to back view. MV Towards and pan 'Mimosa-san' taking triple bars. MV Captain F Lombard (Swiss) crawling through fence onto mound. Horse standing on top of mound minus rider. SV Crowd. SV Lombard putting bridge back on horse. SV O'Kelly looking on. SV Capt. Tubridy on 'Lough Neagh' taking single bank. MV Towards Tubridy taking wall and pole. MV Towards Tubridy taking gate. SV Crowd. SV Lieutenant Colonel DJ Corry on 'Clontibret' taking double bank. SV Corry taking triple pole. SV O'Kelly looking on. LV Crowd.

    SV Two men holding Aga Khan trophy. SV Towards British team riding into line to receive trophy. MV British team lined up for presentation. CU British Ambassador, Sir Gilbert Laithwaite, looking pleased. SV O'Kelly presenting Cup to Llewellyn. (2 shots).

    (Orig.Neg. & Lav.) (Special For Ireland)

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    British Pathé
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    01:08:49:00 / 01:10:57:00
    50/66 (Special For Ireland)
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    50/066 (Special For Ireland)
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    1950-1959 Aga Khan
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