Full title reads: "London. Unequalled in the World. The Brigade of Guards - 'Troop The Colour' - in honour of the King's Birthday."
King George V rides across Horseguards' Parade. In the background are hundreds of troops in their finest uniforms. The King takes up his position...
Massive display of marching at the Trooping of the Colour - King George V's 67th Birthday.
King George VI and Princess Elizabeth attend trooping of colour at Horse Guards Parade.
Large crowds watch the traditional ceremony of the Trooping of the Colour.
God Save the Queen trailer - Technicolor.
Pathe News celebrates fifty years with review of last year in colour.
The King's Guards troops the colour to celebrate King George's 70th birthday.
Traditional annual pageant ceremony at Horse Guards Parade.
The traditional Trooping of the Colour ceremony to celebrate the King's Official Birthday.
Trooping the Colour footage in 1950. London.
King George VI presents new flags to the soldiers of the Welsh Guards.
Rehearsals for Trooping the Colour on Horse Guards Parade, London.
Various shots of the Trooping of the Colour ceremony.
A film to advertise Britain's cultural and sporting events - Shakespeare, Wimbledon, Cowes etc. c 1957
Excellent retrospective looking back over 50 years - this reel features the Second World War.
King George VI presents colours to 1st Battalion Irish Guards at Buckingham Palace.
A Student Rag in Bradford, Cyclists at a Service of Remembrance, Mussolini watching show Jumping, The Church Lads Brigade, Admiral Byrd's return and Dorothy Hyson's wedding.
News in a Nutshell includes - guests at the Coronation, several ships run aground, and President Roosevelt receiving Governor General of Canada, Lord Tweedsmuir.
Trooping the Colour ceremony for King George V's 64th birthday, London.
Tenth anniversary of Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II - Technicolor.
The Procession by King George V and Queen Mary from Buckingham Palace to Westminster.
Royal carriage travelling through London from Buckingham Palace to Westminster.
King George V dies at Sandringham, and Pathe looks at his role as monarch over the last 26 years.
Good documentary about events of the year of the abdication crisis.
King Edward VIII leads the Trooping of the Colour - his first birthday as Monarch.