Welcome To Denmark 1951

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    London.

    LV. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) shaking hands with dignitaries prior to arrival of train with King and Queen of Denmark at Victoria station. SCU. Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Kent and Princess Margaret. SV. Pan, King and Queen walking down platform. LV. Train drawing into station. SV. Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Kent and Princess Margaret. SCU. King and Queen of Denmark alighting from train. King shakes hands and kisses Queen Ingrid of Denmark, then shakes hands with Frederik of Denmark. Queen kisses Queen Ingrid and they chat. Pan as Queen Ingrid greets Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. LV. Royal party chatting and shaking hands on station. SCU. King Frederik shaking hands with Duchess of Gloucester, pan back to King and Queen. Queen Ingrid greets Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. LV. King Frederick greeting dignitaries on station, SCU. King Frederik shaking hands with Admiral Bruce Fraser, the First Sea Lord, and Field Marshal Sir William Joseph Slim, Chief of the Imperial General Staff. SV. Queen Ingrid shaking hands with dignitaries. LV. King Frederik shaking hands with dignitaries. SV. Ciphers on curtains in station. SV. King Frederik and King George awaiting coach. Queen Ingrid and Queen Elizabeth in background. LV. Coach drawing up outside station. CU. Sailor. LV. King Frederik and King George getting into coach. LV. Queen Elizabeth and Queen Ingrid with Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret in coach. LV. & GV. Landaus outside station prior to moving off. SV. Pan, two Kings with Prince Philip and Duke of Gloucester moving off. LV. Coaches pulling away from station. SV. Crowd waving. SV. Pan, King's coach just after leaving station. SCU. Woman and child. LV. Crowd at Whitehall. LV. Towards and pan, Household Cavalry turning into Mall. SV. Towards and pan, King's coach turning into Mall, pan back to Queen's coach, pan to back view. LV. Flags flying from Admiralty Arch. GV. Elevated, pan up procession going up Mall. GV. Towards, Household Cavalry turning by Queen Victoria's Memorial. SV. & Pan. LV. Towards and pan, King's coach turning by memorial. SV. Pan, King's coach going around memorial and into Palace gates. GV. Procession entering Palace gates. MV. Crowd. SV. Two Kings and Queens posing.

    (Orig. Neg & Lav.) (G.B. Orig. "A") (M'tone"Lav "E") (Jordon's Neg "C") (Gordon's Neg "D")

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    10/05/1951
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    47420
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    1451.14
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:03:19:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:36:42:00 / 01:40:01:00
    Canister:
    51/38
    Sort Number:
    51/038
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