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Coronation of their Most Gracious Majesties, The (1911)


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Main title: "The Coronation of Their Most Gracious Majesties - King George V & Queen Mary". Photographs of the Royal couple. Title: "The Procession in the Mall". The Coronation procession showing the Horse Guards trotting along a crowd-lined street followed by a mounted band. Title: "The Procession at the Admiralty Arches". Carriages are interspersed with individual regiments, including Indian and Imperial troops. Title: "The Procession at Charing Cross". A cheer from the crowds lining the streets greets the State coach as it passes drawn by four pairs of white horses filmed from a fixed position in a stand in the street with a view of cheering crowds. Horse drawn fire crews travel in reverse direction, accompanied by a single motor car. Title: "The Return Procession". Mounted guards reverse their original journey. Title: "The Procession at Charing Cross". More mounted guards and mounted band. The film ends with a framed still of Queen Victoria; framed stills of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra; framed stills of King George V and Queen Mary and a framed still of Edward, Prince of Wales.