• Short Summary

    Playing his first romantic role, Hayley Mills, the well-known British star, accompanied by Joan Greenwood, arrived in Crete to star in Walt Disney's first mystery motion picture "The Moonspinners". 17-year-old London-born Hayley will portray an English girl who unwittingly finds herself entangled in murder and robbery while holy-daying in Crete.

  • Description


    ROLL ONE


    1.
    Hayley Mills and Joan Greenwood under the shade of tree relaxing; they are on donkey's back.


    2.
    CU of an old Cretan in his colorful uniform chatting with them.


    3.
    More CUs of Mills and Greenwood.


    4.
    Mills, greenwood and their boy-guide, on donkey's back, lead a 5-donkey "convey" towards the village of Chemeraco.


    5.
    The party arrive at the village (various shots).


    6.
    Surrounded by Cretans in their colorful costumes at the village main Square (various shots).


    7.
    Again various shots and CUs of the crowds cheering and welcoming the British actresses.



    ROLL TWO


    1.
    An old Cretan in their costume (CU) and other shots at the main Square.


    2.
    Cretan girls in their costumes (some CUs) welcoming the actresses.


    3.
    Mills, Greenwood and party (and donkeys) reach the church of the village surrounded by men in women in their costumes. (waving hands and cheering). Various shots and some CUs.


    4.
    Peter McEnery, another member of the cast of "Moonspinners" film the warm welcome to the actresses.




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    Background: Playing his first romantic role, Hayley Mills, the well-known British star, accompanied by Joan Greenwood, arrived in Crete to star in Walt Disney's first mystery motion picture "The Moonspinners". 17-year-old London-born Hayley will portray an English girl who unwittingly finds herself entangled in murder and robbery while holy-daying in Crete. Cretan villagers reserved a warm welcome to the British actors and actresses, as well as to the crews. Cretans behave very friendly to Britishers, for they fought together against the Nazi invasion after the occupation of Greece.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVADET0OS390KB6R5CMA91MY38DF
    Media URN:
    VLVADET0OS390KB6R5CMA91MY38DF
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    20/09/1963
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:04:21:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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