GOD SAVE THE KING PORTRAIT

GOD SAVE THE KING PORTRAIT

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This item is a video clip. It was created by an unknown creator on or around the date 1937.

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Played at the commencement of cinema screenings and for which the audience would stand. Round emblems of five British colonies or dominions - Australia, New Zealand, India, Ghana and South Africa - over close-up of the Union Flag (Union Jack) which lap-dissolve into portrait of King George IV in larger circle (and including, in small letters the name of the photographer, “Hugh Cecil”). Soundtrack is “God Save The King” beginning with a drum roll.


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No commercial use

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