International scout jamboree in New South Wales - Australian newsreel item.
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Australian newsreel item.
15,000 boy scouts gather in Australia for jamboree, Lansdowne, New South Wales.
LS as people enter under archway with sign on - "Australian Jamboree". Various shots, taken inside the camp, showing scouts and tents. Various shots of the scouts doing chores such as sweeping up and hanging up washing, etc. Various shots flags of different countries flying above camp. Various shots of Papau scouts playing Hawaiian guitars and dancing in front of other scouts. MS group of scouts polishing their shoes in preparation for the big parade. LS of the parade. MS Viscount Dunrossil, the Australian Governor General, taking the salute. Various shots of the parade of boy scouts, including boys from New Guinea. In the American contingent is a disabled boy, Johnny Kemp, who walks in the procession despite having false limbs.
Date on dope sheet is 11/01/1961.