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Queen Mother in Paris

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
1398
Date Released
19 Mar 1956
Date submitted
15 Mar 1956
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Georgi Malenkov Here
  2. 2Queen Mother in Paris
  3. 3Shipwreck
  4. 4News in Brief: Miss Truman Engaged
  5. 5News in Brief: Jordan Flag Day
  6. 6News in Brief: Cd in Haifa
  7. 7News in Brief: British Consulate Sacked
  8. 8Hot and Cold
  9. 9Cambodian Coronation

Story

Story No. within this Issue
2 / 9
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Queen Mother in Paris. DESCRIPTION: The Queen Mother’s first engagement was at the Hotel du Rohan, where she opened the Franco-Scottish exhibition. At the Elysee Palace, the following day she took lunch with the French President. Her Majesty also visited Versailles, later she attended a reception at the Hotel du Rohan, held in her honour. SHOTLIST: The Queen Mother’s first engagement during her Paris visit was at the Hotel du Rohan, where she opened the Franco - Scottish Exhibition. SCU of bouquet. CU tapestry. Queen Mother looks as showcase. CU of book, sword etc. CU Queen Mother. CU of Queen Mother at Elysee Palace. Versailles, through gate. LS crowds rush forward. Queen Mother shakes hands with diplomats etc. Hotel du Rohan, reception at night held in her honour. Reception room, Queen Mother with Monsieur Mollet.
Keywords
Royalty; Buildings and structures; Exhibitions and shows
Locations
France; Paris
Footage sources
France
Card file number
66286
Credits:
Commentator
Geoffrey Sumner
Length of story (in feet)
131
Story extras:

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