• Short Summary

    Sir Winston Churchill, who is 83, suffering from pneumonia and pleaurasy at the Riviera Villa, Roquebrune Cape, near Monte Carlo, where he is staying.

  • Description

    NICE, FRANCE / MONTE CARLO , MONACO ( FEBRUARY 20, 1958) (REUTERS)

    G.T.V. Cap-Martin nr. Nice.

    L.V.Pan Entrance to villa at Roque Brune.

    S.V. Gates at entrance to villa.

    S.V. French guard walking through grounds of villa.

    C.U. French sign "Private" etc.,

    Shot Towards..Car arriving (Private Secretary ?)

    C.U.Pan Car passing camera.

    L.V. Car through gates and guards closing gates.

    L.V. Pressmen and photographers waiting outside gates.

    C.U. Bulletin.

    G.V.Pan up Hotel de Paris at Monte Carlo.

    L.V. Pressmen waiting around for bulletin at hotel.

    S.V. Bulletins being given out to journalists etc.,

    S.V. Secretary (?) reading out bulletin.

    C.U. Tape machine working.

    Full C.U. Secretary (?) reading out bulletin.

    C.U. Bulletin.

    L.V. Reporters walking away. / Camera man with camera

    A.S./P.B.
    Background: Sir Winston Churchill, who is 83, suffering from pneumonia and pleaurasy at the Riviera Villa, Roquebrune Cape, near Monte Carlo, where he is staying. His condition is slightly improved since his illness was first announced on February 19. Daily bulletins are circulated by his personal physician, Lord Moran and Dr. David S. Roberts, his Monte Carlo doctor. Bulletins are usually read to the waiting reporters by Sir Winston's private secretary, Dr. Anthony Montague Browne . It is stated that the great man goes through every word of his medical bulletin before they are released.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA9QKK3A3BP5GRW6VKLQNICVKQ4
    Media URN:
    VLVA9QKK3A3BP5GRW6VKLQNICVKQ4
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    01/01/1958
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    MP4
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:23:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A
  • Part of…

    France / Monaco: Sir Winston Churchill

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