Material relating to the Newsreel story "Duke of Lowestoft" 56/37
Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "Duke of Lowestoft" 56/37
Identical material to the original story without voice over or music. There is a title scene but no titles.
GV. Men sorting fish on table. GV. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh walking down the jetty accompanied by officials. TV. Basket load of fish being swung from the ship to the jetty. SV. Basket of fish being emptied. SV. The fish being emptied onto a table covered with ice where men are sorting. SV. The Duke having the process explained by an official. CV. Another basket load of fish being emptied onto the table and spread out. GV. The Duke standing in shed whilst men are working round about. One of them rolling a barrel across the floor. CV. Man cutting up a piece of fish which looks like a skate. GV. The Duke with official watching a man cutting up another fish. LV. The new Russian trawler 'Pulonga'. SV. The name on the bow. GV. The Duke going aboard over the gangway. SV. The funnel showing the Hammer and Sickle. LV. The Duke walking along the decks of the Pulonga and waving to workmen who wave back. SV. Workmen on the bow of the ship watching. LV. Ships leaning against the jetty. GV. The Duke casting off the rope of the new trawler 'Boston Herald' on her maiden voyage. Camera pans to the ship as it moves away. TV. Men leaning over ship's side watching. GV. of the 'Boston Herald' sailing across the harbour.
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This story is Scotland only.