PROMINENT PAISLEY WEDDING

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Places:

  • Renfrewshire

Subjects:

  • Ceremonies

Genres:

  • Local topical

Decade:

  • 1930s

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Title: PROMINENT PAISLEY WEDDING

Reference number: 1661

Date: 1932, February

Sponsor: [attrib West End Cinema Paisley]

Sound: silent

Original format: 35mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 4.08 mins

Description: Wedding at Martyr's Church, Paisley, of Mary McGeorge (daughter Baillie McGeorge) to Daniel Sinclair, in Febuary 1932.

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Credits: [Local topical. Shown in Paisley's West End Cinema a few days after filming]

Shotlist: Credits. Wedding at Martyr's Church, Paisley. Miss Mary McGeorge (daughter of Baillie and Mrs McGeorge) to D[aniel] Sinclair, Esq. Vast crowds of spectators overwhelming with excitement make a rush for the church. (.15); Spectators hurrying along pathway, nearly all of them ladies. Troupe of Girl Guides follow (1.54); The arrival of Baillie Glover (ex-Provost of Paisley) followed by bridesmaids and train-bearers. Shot of Baillie and Mrs Glover and the bridesmaids. Girl Guides line the path (2.26); The arrival of the bride accompanied by her father. The bride and her father enter the church (2.48); The now Mr & Mrs D Sinclair, the happy couple, leaving after the ceremony. Shots of the bride and groom [20 years older] on the steps of the church. They pose for the camera (4.08); Incomplete.