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Card Title: FILM & TV AWARDS
Location: Albert Hall, London
Date: 11/03/1974
Length: 139 secs
Story Number: 99813
Description: At the Royal Albert Hall, HRH Princess Anne, presented awards to the 'Best' in the film and television industry.
Shot List.: CU large diaphragm lens. SV zoom back to GV 2nd Generation dancers on stage. SV Mark Phillips, Princess Anne & Sydney Samuelson applauding. SV pan Valentine Cortise walking up to receive her trophy for best supporting actress. SV ditto she receives her award from Princess Anne. GV mass of balloons descending onto guests which is part of the scene for the Anthony Asquith Memorial Award won by Alan Price for 'O Lucky Man'. SV pan Anthony Richmond walking up to receive his award for best cinematography 'Don't Look Now'. SCU Anthony Richmond bows for the Princess, shakes hands & receives trophy. SV Percy Livingstone sitting at table with wife & Stephane Audran. SV Stephane Audran with Ascanio Branca. SV Yul Brynner announcing Stephane Audran as Best Actress for 'The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie' and 'Just Before Nightfall'. GV pan Stephane Audran walking towards Princess. SV Stephane shakes hands with Anne & receives her trophy. SV Julie Andrews applauding. SV Stephanie shaking hands with Mark Phillips. CU picture 'Discreet Charm etc' Fox/Rank. Harry Secombe announcing Eric Morecambe & Ernie Wise winners for best light entertainment performers. SV pan Morecambe & Wise doing their dance act as they approach Princess Anne, shakes hands with Anne & receives their award. SV ditto shakes hands with Mark Phillips. SV Princess Anne & Mark Phillips laughing. SV Julie Andrews announcing Walter Matthau as best actor in 'Pete 'n' Tillie', and 'Charley Varrick'. SV Matthau on screen. SV Julie Andrews with Petula Clark & Eamonn Andrews applauding, pan up to Walter Matthau receiving his award on screen from Hollywood. MCU Matthau. SV Gregory Peck watching Francois Truffaut walking up to receive his award for best direction in 'Day for Night' zoom in as he receives his award. CU on screen Francois Truffaut is directing a woman's hands. SV Truffaut receives his second award for best film 'Day for Night'. GV guests applauding. SV David Lean with his award zoom back to GV, as he shakes hands with Petula Clark and Eamonn Andrews.
Keywords: Great Britain; Entertainment and Leisure; Personalities - Musicians; Personalities - Performers; Personalities - Miscellaneous; Personalities - Relatives; Personalities - Directors; Americans; Communications; Royalty; Princess Anne of Great Britain, Princess Royal; Captain Mark Phillips; Personalities - Cameramen; Media; Music and Dance; Mrs Livingstone; Ceremonies - Miscellaneous
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