Material relating to newsreel story "Woodford's Gift to the Premier" - 54/93.
Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "Woodford's Gift to the Premier" 54/93.
SV. Sir Winston Churchill rises to speak after chairman's opening remarks. SV. Churchill saying (natural sound): "First time I have addressed you since by first 30 years as your member..." He thanks them for all good wishes on his 80th birthday, talks of his trip to Washington, refers to new register. Churchill referring to successful by-elections. LV. Churchill speaks of pride of government. CU. Churchill speaks on communism and its lack of freedom, refers to forecasts of elections dates and refuses to go to the poll because of successes, refers to Paris agreement. CU. Churchill talks about telegram sent to Montgomery at the end of the war about using German arms against Russians if they continue to advance to the west. SV. People applauding (two scenes). LV. Chairman paying tribute to Churchill (two scenes). SV. Churchill standing before portrait of Lady Churchill.