NEWS MAGAZINE: DAILY WORKER OUTING

This video is not available to view remotely

Full length video - onsite only

This film is in copyright

This film is protected by copyright and is provided for personal, private viewing only. Please use the Hire, buy or ask a question button to ask about obtaining a copy of this film or a licence to use it, or to ask about its copyright status.

Find similar films

Places:

  • Dunbartonshire
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow

Subjects:

  • Politics

Genres:

  • Amateur
  • Propaganda

Decade:

  • 1950s

Related films

LET GLASGOW FLOURISH
1956 | bw | silent
PEACE DEMONSTRATION, CLYDEBANK
1952 | bw | silent
PEACE DEMONSTRATION, CLYDEBANK
1952 | bw | silent
OUR PAPERS
1950 | bw | sound
CINE HOLIDAY
1955 | col | silent

Please read Understanding catalogue records for help interpreting this information and Using footage for more information about accessing this film.

Overall rating:

Title: NEWS MAGAZINE: DAILY WORKER OUTING

Reference number: 2424

Date: 1951 - 1956

Director: [filmed by Charlie Bukelis]

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bwcol

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 11.11 mins

Description: A compilation reel of protest marches in Glasgow including the Gorbals Tenants Rents Protest march in Glasgow and mass deputation to Edinburgh. Marches by various political groups including the Labour Party and Communist Party, incliding Communist party chairman Harry Pollitt speaking in Queen's Park.

Shotlist: [Shotlisted at different speed - actual timing is 11.11 mins @ 18 fps]

B&W REEL

No credits. Title. (0.05) Gvs train arriving at Balloch Central. Elevated shot of passengers alighting (0.23); People picnicking in a field; c/u cow; children's races (1.53); gvs young women lying on grass;(2.00); [*1954] Gvs house building on green field site, possibly Newmilns/Greenholm. Gvs derelict sites (3.20); [Col blue cast] [*1952. Glasgow] People marching through streets, ILP, Labour Party banners; c/u individuals, including Harry Pollitt (4.08); c/u piper and fingers on chanter (4.16) gvs marchers, placards, "Communist Party", "The Voice of the Glasgow People be Heard"; and posters bearing the faces of socialists, Hardie etc.; flute band; banner, "Build a better Gorbals" (5.10); shot of children waving from a lorry; (5.29); [B&W *1947] Marchers arrive at Glasgow Green. Group of policemen. c/u poster advertising petition - "UDC Glasgow branch Sign here against German re-armament"; c/u signing (6.07); Gorbals Tenants Rents Protest. Brief shot of people signing petition. Gvs of march through Gorbals (6.24); [*1954] Mass deputation to Edinburgh [out of focus] Shots of protesters (6.41); Protesters gathered outside the front door of St. Andrews House (7.02); [*1953] Scottish pageant in Glasgow. Shots of marchers en route from Blythswood Square to Glasgow Green. (8.01) ls two protesters dressed up as capitalist keeping the working-man on a rope (8.06) ls flute band perform on bandstand; gvs audience (8.17); Glasgow 1951. (8.20) Man handing out leaflets to two fashionable women; c/u Malcolm McEwan and Pollitt (8.41); March through the city centre and Gorbals. Various political banners, mostly Communist groups; "Peace and Friendship with all Peoples"; "Yankee go Home"; some shots of buses and trams running alongside the march (10.17); Queen's Park. (10.20); The marchers arrive. Shots of speakers, including Harry Pollitt (11.53); [*1956] Gorbals. (11.56) Gvs Hospital Street, children in streets, playing with hoops, standing by rubbish in street (12.31); Pollitt speaking in Queen's Park (12.35).

COLOUR REEL
[shotlisted at 24fps]
No credits. [*1953] Gvs exterior Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, decorated for Scottish Industries Exhibition (.47); Shots of Highgate Cemetery in London and Karl Marx's tomb (1.23).