Detail

Title ID 5407Collection ID699
Title[Dog at Play; Royal Funeral Procession]
Date[ca. 1936]; 28 January 1936
CollectionLinehan Family
Genre/TypeAmateurIndependent AmateurNon-fictionActuality/Factual
ThemeCommemoration
KeywordsAnimals Games Funerals Memorials
Location
LocalLondon Fulking (?)
RegionalEast Sussex Greater London
NationalEngland United Kingdom
Credits
ProductionJohn J. Linehan
CameraLinehan Family
Producer[Cousin] Paul
ParticipantsHM King George V
FormatBlack & White Silent
Duration00:04:44:24
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details

Summary

This film shows a pet dog running around a domestic garden [not included in online clip]. This is followed by highlights of the state funeral procession for HM King George V.

Description

[Not included in the online clip] The first film shows a Pomeranian dog playing with a ball, barking at the camera and running around a garden.

[Included in the clip] The second film shows highlights of a state funeral procession for HM King George V following a four day period of mourning with him lying-in-state in Westminster Hall, London. Dignitaries and troops parade in front of and behind the state landau with casket, accompanied by the state coach with family members. Crowds of spectators line the streets to watch the procession pass through (from Westminster Hall to Paddington Station).

Stills

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