The Queen And King Faisal Review The RHA 1967

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    No title - The Queen and King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz review the Royal Horse Artillery. London.

    Various shots of the King's troop of the Royal Horse Artillery waiting for inspection. L/S as royal procession comes towards camera. M/S Queen Elizabeth II and King Faisal passing in carriage. C/U man in Faisal's entourage. M/S as Queen and King get out of carriage. M/S troops lined up. M/S King and Queen on podium. M/S commanding officer Jasper Browell saluting to signal the troops are ready for inspection.

    M/S Queen. C/U Browell. M/S Queen and King Faisal in carriage. M/S guns. Various shots as carriage rides past the troops. M/S Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in carriage with another officer. M/S Queen on podium. M/S as the troops walk past before going into trot. M/S pulling gun carriages. C/U carriages. M/S Queen on podium. C/U's Military Attaches from different countries watching the display. C/U Earl Louis Mountbatten. M/S as the troops gallop into action. M/S Queen on podium smiling. Various shots as they carry out the drill to detach and fire guns. M/S as they gallop in pursuit. M/S family watching. M/S Royal Horse Artillery. M/S as they ride off. L/S and M/S carriage riding along, King Faisal waves.

    Cataloguer's note: there is a colour version of this item with different commentary in 67/38 on *PM2027*.

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    Cataloguer:
    Emma
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    56242
    Sort Number:
    67/039
    Time in/Out:
    01:21:41:00 / 01:25:34:00
    Canister:
    67/39
    Film ID:
    2029.09
    Issue Date:
    14/05/1967
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