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Victoria - royal visit : [outtakes]
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- Moving images
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1 film reel (19 sec. ; 1.7m) : acetate, 18 fps, reversal, col., silent ; 16 mm
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([188-]-[1955 or after])
Scope and content
Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Victoria, British Columbia. The film is very brief and is composed of a variety of short shots including flowers, a sedan backing up, a large steam ship with onlookers from a dock, soldiers marching, people eating dinner, and short shot of a soldier in dress uniform with a Union Jack shield visible on a building behind him. The film appears to be outtakes from Scott's footage of the royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Victoria in 1939.
Moderate scratches, mild warping, shrinkage, upside-down shots, water damage.
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A digital copy of this item is available.
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Playback of physical film restricted for preservation reasons.
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See films 2011-089.045, 2011-089.049, 2011-089.052 for related footage.
Possibly shot at 16 fps.
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- Scott, Douglas Stewart (Photographer)
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