The Princess At Npf Ball 1951

Star Item
  • Add to Favourites
  • View as stills
  • Description

    This is a duplicate copy of item 1447.13 - check for best quality.

    Grosvenor House, London.

    SV. Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) with actor John Mills and Princess Margaret arriving to Grosvenor House to attend National Playing Fields ball, they are presented with flowers on arrival. GV. Top view, guests seated at tables, & SV. SV. Lord and Lady Mountbatten with Princesses, seated at table.

    LV. Cricketers walking out onto ballroom floor. SV. Top view, Roger Livesey putting sweater around umpire's neck. SV. Cricketer Bill Edrich batting, hits ball. Stumps fall. SV. Top view, two bowlers bowling, pan up to Edrich swiping, misses and stumps fall. SV. Royal party applauding.

    SV. Another cricketer at wicket. SV. Top view, bowler. SV. Batsman swipes, misses ball, stumps fall. SV. Top view, bowler preparing to bowl. SV. Cricketer at wicket. SV. Top view, actor Roger Livesey bowling. Batsman swipes, stumps drop. SV. Royal party applauding. LV. Roger Livesey batting. Batsman swipes ball and falls to floor. SV. Top view bowlers. SCU. Roger Livesey swipes ball, misses and stumps fall. SV. Royal party applauding.

    Top view, people applauding. SV. Actor Robertson Hare walking to bat. Front view, he hits winning run. GV. People dancing. SV. Top view, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh dancing with Lady Pamela Mountbatten. Top view, John Mills dancing with Princess Elizabeth.

    (Lav.) (Orig. B.)

  • Tags

  • Data

    Archive
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    03/05/1951
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    93349
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    3462.31
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:02:02:00
    Time in/Out:
    02:00:47:00 / 02:02:49:00
    Canister:
    51/36
    Sort Number:
    51/036
  • Appears in...

    Categories
    Sport & Leisure Historical Figures & Celebrities
    WorkSpaces
    roger The Queen's UK visits
  • Stills

Comments (0)

We always welcome comments and more information about our films.

All posts are reactively checked. Libellous and abusive comments are forbidden.

Add your comment

To post a comment, please Register or to add a comment
There are some people who saw their mortality as really rather funny. Here are 12 of the best epitaphs.
laurelhardy
Life before health and safety laws; men worked at huge heights, balancing on girders and cranes all in order to help build the world's tallest skyscrapers.
Vertigo
She may never have given a press interview but she is still one of the most famous women in the world. Here are 13 surprising facts you may not know about Queen Elizabeth II.
dancingqueen

Related Videos

Hide
On The Old Battlefields Of 1914!

On The Old Battlefields Of 1914!

French troops parade after manoeuvres on the Battlefields of the First World War.

Our Gracie Comes Home

Our Gracie Comes Home

Huge crowds welcome singer Gracie Fields home to Rochdale, Lancashire.

Ireland V Scotland Rugby At Murray Field Lner

Ireland V Scotland Rugby At Murray Field Lner

Scotland win against Ireland in an International Rugby Match against Ireland.

Late Field Marshal Sir Henry Sir Henry Wilson

Late Field Marshal Sir Henry Sir Henry Wilson

Tribute to the late Field Marshall Sir Henry Wilson.

British 17 Pounder Field Guns

British 17 Pounder Field Guns

British 17 pounder field guns in action.

Scottish Gun Crew

Scottish Gun Crew

Scottish gun crew loading and firing field telephone.

Interview With Gracie Fields

Interview With Gracie Fields

Good footage of Gracie Fields talking into camera.

Hockey International At Hampden Park

Hockey International At Hampden Park

Misty shots of hockey match between Scotland and England at Hampden Park.

On 14th April 1912, four days into her maiden voyage, RMS Titanic struck an iceberg. These 15 images have been selected from Pathe's Titanic collection.
Titanic
August 2014 marks 100 years since the start of World War One. To honour this landmark occasion, British Pathé have launched this definitive collection of WW1 films.
yardstare
The Duke of Edinburgh has many talents, but it is his unique way with words that often receives the most attention. 
Philip
British Pathe captured many extraordinary events on film over its 80 year history but sometimes the cameras were switched on when tragedy struck.
Franz Reichelt
Are you guilty of perpetuating a story regardless of its truth? Here are some classic urban myths which you may not know are false.
Urban Legends
10 telling images selected from British Pathé's extensive WWI footage. 'The war to end all wars' was a war without parallel: over 70 million military personnel were involved and over 17 million people died.
WW1
The images taken from inside Buchenwald Concentration Camp after its Liberation show us what it was like; it tells us what happened and forces us to remember.
Buchenwald
With just days to go before Scotland makes their big decision, Pathe looks at the best of Scotland.
nessie