Macmillan & Eisenhower talk for broadcast, Churchill, Ike & Macmillan on settee together.
10 Downing Street & Winfield House, London.
High angle g.v. of small crowd and police outside No.10 Downing Street. MS. Macmillan and Eisenhower sitting talking in a room in No.10 Macmillan says that "Our two countries have always been close together although their have always been some differences." CU. Eisenhower. MS. Mr. Macmillan speaking "We now have the biggest job in the world, how to keep peace and justice." CU. Eisenhower replying "Peace is imperative in our time we must do all we can to prevent war." MS. Eisenhower speaking, he talks of his willingness to travel anywhere, "Even Moscow", in the interests of peace. MS. Eisenhower concluding speech 'We will just say this one word, God save your gracious Queen and all her people'. LS. Car entering gates of Winfield House. MS. Pan SV. BV. Winston Churchill as he leaves car and enters Winfield House. MS. SV. Lord Tedder, Marshal of the RAF. MS. Field Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis. CU. Field Marshal Montgomery. MS. Macmillan. MS. Glass chandelier in Winfield House. MS. Macmillan, Eisenhower and Churchill seated on couch. CU. Churchill. LS. The three politicians on the couch surrounded by guests. CU. Montgomery. MS. Settee, Earl Alexander joins the group. CU. Eisenhower laughing.
(Comb. Dupe Neg.)