The Derby - 1948 AKA Royal At Derby 1948 1948

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    THE DERBY 1948.

    C.U. Man looking through binoculars swinging round the course.(2 shots).M.S. the King George VI (1936-1952.) and Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother) on the rails. S.C.U. King, Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II), Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh) and others watching. L.S. King, Philip, Elizabeth and Princess Royal (Princess Mary) walking along rails. M.S. King and other walking along. M.S. Princess Royal, Elizabeth, Philip and the Queen walking along. L.S. Elevated shot of crowds in the 'dip'. M.S. Full screen crowd showing punters looking at race. C.U. Two types viewing race through binoculars. M.S. Full screen crowd scene with punters looking through binoculars. L.S. side view grandstand scene. L.S. Telephoto lens horses coming up the hill approaching post. S.C.U. Pearly King and Queens. C.U. Bowler hatted tipster. S.C.U. top-hatted types. C.U. Bookmaker shouting the odds. S.C.U. Pearly Kings and Queens. M.S. slow motion shots of finish of the Derby. L.S. Derby field approaching and moving round Tattenham corner. M.S. Low angle starter on platform. M.S. part of starting gate and starter's foot on opening device. Starter presses lever and gate flies up. M.S. starting gate. Tapes flying up.

    Mute Neg. Cuts 48/46.

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    British Pathé
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    01:44:37:00 / 01:46:44:00
    UN 1950 D
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    UN 1950 D
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