FREEDOM DAY

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Places:

  • Aberdeenshire

Subjects:

  • Ceremonies
  • Emotions, attitudes and behaviour
  • Military

Genres:

  • Documentary

Decade:

  • 1960s

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Title: FREEDOM DAY

Reference number: 4271

Date: 1966

Director: [filmed by Ron Miller]

Sponsor: Huntly Town Council

Production company: Clansman Films

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 11.59 mins

Description: Film showing the presentation of the Freedom of the Burgh of Huntly to the Gordon Highlanders.

Credits: cam. Bill Emslie, Ron Miller
sd. Graham Reid
[comm.s. Jimmy Spankie]

A Clansman Film

Shotlist: Title, The presentation of the Freedom of the Burgh of Huntly to the Gordon Highlanders. Saturday, June 4th 1966. (0.16); gvs of Huntly town (0.39); Monument inscribed "Men of Huntly who fell in the Great War 1914:1918" (0.44); ext. of Huntly Castle, Ceremony of the Presentation of the Freedom of the Burgh of Huntly to the Gordon Highlanders, The Provost, Magistrates and Councillors of Huntly along with the Gordon Highlanders take part in the ceremony, parade of the Gordons leaves the ground of the ceremony (5.58); Gordon Highlanders march throughout the town (7.02); Gordon Highlanders marching across a playing field (7.48); People playing bingo at a fairground, gvs of fairground (9.40); crowd lining the field watching the performances (11.52); THE END (11.59)