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The Home Team

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
1794A
Date Released
24 Oct 1963
Date submitted
17 Oct 1963
Date Other
Oct 1963
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1The Home Team
  2. 2School for Soccer
  3. 3Turbine Goes for a Spin
  4. 4Cooking the Result
  5. 5Foundation for Fashion
  6. 6A Job at the Top

Story

Story No. within this Issue
1 / 6
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: The Home Team. DESCRIPTION: When, in 1960, Mr Macmillan appointed the 14th Earl of Home as Foreign Secretary, little was known about him. Impossible that he should occupy Number 10! His first task as Prime Minister - the selection of his cabinet was an object lesson in firm decision. Mr Butler as Foreign Secretary, Mr Maudling remains as Chancellor of the Exchequer. Lord Hailsham Minister of Science and Mr Selwyn Lloyd returns to lead the Commons. SHOTLIST: Key scene. MCU Lord Home outside Foreign Office. CU sign Foreign Office. MS policeman outside No 10 Downing Street. CU No 10 Downing Street. MCU Lord Home arriving at No 10. CU same speaking to press. MLS same. MS crowds. GV crowds. MS pan Mr Rab Butler and others in Downing Street. MCU pan same. CU Mr Reginald Maudling walking. GV crowds. BS Mr Maudling. MCU Lord Hailsham and wife. MS Mr Selwyn Lloyd. GV crowds. CU man with camera. MS Mr Iain Macleod. MS Mr Enoch Powell and wife. GV crowds. CU Lord Home walking. GV crowds.
Keywords
Politics and government; Buildings and structures
Locations
London
Footage sources
Movietone
Card file number
87402
Credits:
Commentator
Leslie Mitchell
Length of story (in feet)
137
Story extras:

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