Third Anniversary Of The Death Of Eva Peron 1955

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    Argentine title reads: "Buenos Aires - Evocacion".

    Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ceremony marks the 3rd Anniversary of the death of Evita.

    LS Various shots of deserted streets of Buenos Aires at dawn. LS Sunset or sunrise over a church tower. LS Modern building or hospital. LS Large number of nurses at a lecture. Various Shots of children at play in Nursery. Various shots of CGT building with windows covered by wreaths pan to huge portrait of Eva Peron. LS Wreaths being carried. CU Argentinean woman. MS Child with wreath which is placed on memorial. MS Old Lady takes wreath to memorial. LS Silent Crowd. CU Argentine people. LS Huge crowd waving at night. LS Juan Peron on balcony at night. LS Ceremony at memorial building.

    (F.G.) Old record suggests material dates from around 22/08/1955.

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    British Pathé
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    01:50:01:00 / 01:52:13:00
    UN 2760 G
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    UN 2760 G
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