THEIR MAJESTIES ATTEND DIVINE SERVICE AT CRATHIE CHURCH

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Subjects:

  • Agriculture
  • Arts and crafts
  • Religion
  • Royalty

Genres:

  • Cine mag
  • Local topical

People/organisations:

  • BROMBERG, Ernest

Decade:

  • 1930s

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Title: THEIR MAJESTIES ATTEND DIVINE SERVICE AT CRATHIE CHURCH

Reference number: 0242

Date: 1938c

Director: [filmed by Ernest Bromberg for Newscine, Aberdeen]

Sound: silent

Original format: 35mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 5.00 mins

Description: The royal family attend Divine Service at Crathie Church, Aberdeenshire. Towards the end of the film there are brief shots of the Royal Northern Agriculture Society's Summer Show and Aberdeen Student's Charity Float Parade. [incomplete]

Shotlist: title (.05) shots of crowds waiting for the royal family to drive to Crathie Church. Brief glimpse of King and Queen and the two Princesses in open carriage on way to church. Shots of visitors and parked cars (.44) another brief shot of royal family on the return journey and scenes along the road (1.02) The King's new Chaplain, The Rev. John Lamb, leaving Crathie church after his first Royal Service - shots outside. The Beadle leaves at the end of the service - shots walking down the path (1.20) Interior of Church showing Memorial Statue of Queen Victoria gifted by King Edward VII. Also the Royal Pew, the windows are in memory of the Children of Queen Victoria - shots illustrating the royal pew and stained glass (1.43) roof-top view of church and the River Dee (1.55) Flashes of The Royal Northern Agriculture Society's Summer Show at Aberdeen - plough horses and general shots (2.34) Gala Friday's Forkitoot Scenes - Aberdeen students' charities floats parade - students in streets with cans (3.49) torchlight procession (4.21) [incomplete]