Unveiling Queen Mary Plaque - Technicolor 1967

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    This item is filmed in Technicolor.


    GV. Marlborough House. GV. Guests assembled seated waiting for royal arrivals. SV. Chapel. royal choir walking into position. SCU. The Duke of Windsor (former Prince Edward, King Edward VIII) and Duchess of Windsor. The Duke fumbles about with his Windsor knot tie. SV. The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester taking their places next to Duke and Duchess of Windsor. SV. Pan, the Queen Mother arrives and takes her place. CU. The Duke and Duchess of Kent with Princess Marina. SV. Queen Elizabeth II arriving and walking to her place followed by Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh. They stand in between the Queen Mother and Princess Marina. CU. Prince Philip, Queen and Queen Mother. SCU. The Duke and Duchess of Windsor. CU. Unveiling of the Queen Mary's plaque. Pan down showing the words 'Queen Mary 1867 - 1953'. CU. Queen Mary plaque. GV. The ceremony, royals and others standing, & SV. SV. The Duchess of Gloucester, Duke of Windsor and Duchess of Windsor. SV. The unveiled plaque. Back view, the Queen talking to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. SV. Choir boys watching. SCU. The Duchess of Windsor talking to the Duchess of Kent. CU. Queen Mary plaque. SCU. Duke and Duchess of Windsor.

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  • The plaque was unveiled on 7 June 1967.

    jamied 1st Oct 2012

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