Father Huddleston, fierce opponent of South Africa's apartheid policy is recalled to England.
Rosettenville, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Father Huddleston, Anglican priest, vigorous opponent of South Africa's racial segregation policy and champion of native peoples, is recalled to England. GV. St. Peter's Church, Rosettenville. SV. Father Trevor Huddleston leaving church and walking towards camera. LV. Father Huddleston outside gates about to talk to pressmen. SCU. Father Huddleston talking to pressmen. LV. Congregation leaving St. Peter's Church. GV. Native crowds attending meeting at 'Dad Store' after funeral of two black men who had been murdered. SV. Father Huddleston addressing native crowds with other African people on platform. SV. Two black men listening. SV. Father Huddleston talking to a group of black men. SV. Three black men sitting on a bench reading paper with the headlines "Do not Leave us Father". LV. Father Huddleston watching boys boxing. He walks up to one of the boxers to give instruction. SCU. Father Huddleston telling one of the boys to continue to box. He walks away from them and the two boys continue to box. GV. Father Huddleston's Orlando swimming pool, one of the few available to native people. SCU. Three native women swimming in pool. LV. St. Peter's Church. SV. Pan, Father Huddleston walking away from the church with Mr Alan Paton, author of "Cry, the Beloved Country".
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