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  • Short Summary

    Governor Thomas Dewey and his wife take a tour around Stratford-upon-Avon. Warwickshire.

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    Unissued / Unused material.

    Governor Thomas Dewey and wife visit Stratford-upon-Avon. Warwickshire.

    Pan down cottage. LS row of cottages, pan up to thatch. CU thatched window, pan down to door. CU 'Wild Thyme' on door. CU's sign for 'The Shakespeare Hotel'. Various shots of the hotel. Various shots as they get out of car and go into hotel. MS and CU Dewey in room. CU cameraman. MS Mr and Mrs Dewey walking along road. CU sign for 'Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust', MS of the couple looking at it. Travelling shot from car driving down road. They get out at row of cottages. Various shots Ann Hathaway's cottage (?). LS going up to cottage. MS's walking in grounds, pan to cottage.

    CU peacock. LS visitors admiring peacock in grounds of Warwick Castle. MS young man in fancy American shirt, pan to peacock. Various shots Mr and Mrs Dewey being shown around Warwick Castle. Various shots Harvard House. Various shots of them touring Stratford. Various shots Deweys in ground of Shakespeare's Birthplace with secretary Paul Lockwood and Levi Fox, Director of Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust. Various shots Emile Sacks and wife waving goodbye from hotel.

    MS Dewey and wife chatting. They get into car. MS cottages, various shots as they shake hands with man and go into Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust. MS's Dewey signing visitors book. Various shots of them walking in grounds and gardens etc. MS's Shakespeare Memorial Theatre seen across River Avon. Various shots Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust.

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    Film ID:
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    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:07:27:00 / 01:17:49:00
    UN 2285 A

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