Material relating to the Newsreel story "News from France" 56/39
Selected Originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "News from France" 56/39
Identical to the original story without voice over or music.
Palace of Versailles, Paris, France & Algiers, Algeria.
GV. Pan limousine in front of Palace of Versailles GV. Palace with statues in foreground. SV. Yugoslavian leader Marshal Josip (Joseph) Tito and wife and officials in the garden. & CV. CV. Mrs. Tito. LV. Looking down the Avenue from the Palace with fountains in the foreground. GV. Tito and officials walking across the lawn. SV. Fountains. LV. Interior of the Chapel in the Palace with Tito and party walking in. GV. Showing columns and windows of the Palace. GV. showing columns and windows of the Palace. CV. Tito walking through doorway. LV. Officials party standing in a room admiring the ceiling. CV. Statue of a warrior. GV. The Marshal and his wife examining a cabinet. & SV. CV. Carving etc., on the cabinet. LV. officials party walking down the Hall. LV. Ex-servicemen carrying banners marching towards the Arc de triomphe. SV. The ex-servicemen marching with banners SV. The arch with the flag flying inside. TV. The arch with the flag flying inside. TV. French President Rene Coty laying a wreath. CV. of the flag inside the arch camera pans pan down to LV. of the officials party standing in silence.
Algeria LV. War memorial with official party walking up steps. CV. Spectators. CV. Monsieur Lacoste Resident Minister in Algeria laying a wreath. SV. Soldiers with banner standing at attention. GV. Soldiers with banner standing at attention. GV. The official party standing still during the two minutes silence. SV. of the official with hat appears to be a tomato being thrown at them. GV. Restless crowds with Police milling around. SV. One legged man being hustled by the Police. MS. Man being taken by the scruff of his coat and pushed into van. GV. One man taking a great pounding from the Police. CV. Angry looking Gendarme rushing towards the camera swinging his baton.