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  • Description

    1.
    GV Gathering of people (2 shots)
    3 ft

    2.
    MV Dr O'brien speaking
    7 ft

    3.
    MV Man bystander in crowd.
    8 ft

    4.
    CU Bystander holding baby.
    9 ft

    5.
    CU Dr O'brien speaking
    20 ft

    6.
    MV Reporter zoom in CU Reporter
    39 ft

    7.
    GV Pan across applauding crowd as Liam Cosgrave comes out of building.
    48 ft

    8.
    CU Crowd scene, including CU Ritchie Ryan CU Dr O'brien
    54 ft

    9.
    CU Mr Charlie Hawhe in crowd.
    61 ft

    10.
    MV Opposition leader Mr Lynch & companion.
    68 ft

    11.
    CU Bust of De,Valera
    73 ft

    12.
    MV Night procession - crowd carrying torches. Zoom out - GV procession. Zoom out further to LS Pan along torch procession.
    86 ft

    13.
    MV Men setting up grandstand with microphones etc.
    94 ft

    14.
    MV Mr Lynch Talking to microphone.
    106 ft

    15.
    GV Bagpipe band marching
    110 ft

    16.
    CU Prime Minister Cosgrave
    111 ft

    17.
    MV Band halts outside church Zoom out to LS of church and bystanders.
    119 ft

    18.
    CU Prime Minister speaking
    127 ft

    19.
    MV Pan across spectators
    132 ft


    (Gaelic speech in background) COMM:"A church-gate meeting at Clonakilty a remote and gaelic speaking community and the speaker.....



    Dr Conor Crus O'Brien



    ....a Labour candidate



    ........but its so important to the two Government parties that the Government candidate, a Fine Gael man be elected....



    throwing everything into the fight, including Dr O'Brien's command of Gaelic." (Gaelic speech)



    "....not only is this a very loseable seat......



    ...so everybody including the Prime Minister, is beating a path to West Mayo.



    COMM:"Mr Liam Cosgrave is a reserved man



    ....is doing more in this campaign.



    "Behind him in the same street comes Finance Minister Ritchie Ryan and his Minister of Posts Dr O'Brien."



    "While on the other side..Opposition front bencher Mr Charlie Hawhe.



    "Mr Jack Lynch"



    "The bust of De Valera is a reminder .......Fianna Fail is the Republican party."



    COMM: "Seeking to set West Mayo alight.....



    Mr Lynch has called for a British withdrawal.



    ..will receive the first electoral test here."



    "...... Never did and never will bargain at the point of a gun."



    COMM:".....There's quite a little parade..



    .........and in the end"



    COMM:....in this most fiercely contested election it hasn't been neglected..



    .... at least until the votes are counted."




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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA11GX0E5JWOJHHB3H1LWV3KYZD
    Media URN:
    VLVA11GX0E5JWOJHHB3H1LWV3KYZD
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    01/11/1975
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:03:30:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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