Winston Churchill and other men aboard a naval vessel. The men wear life vests. Churchill descends into the hatch at one point. He is shown getting off the ship and being received by crowds of soldiers at the port.
01:44:46 A man demonstrates how clandestine footage was filmed in occupied Paris. This appears to be a reenactment. He places a movie camera into a bicycle basket and covers it with wine bottles. The camera's lens pokes through a slat in the basket. The man rides his bike down the street.
The identifying slate reads 200 MTT 1025 III, which is incorrect. The RG number is 200 MTT 1025 IIII. The Winston Churchill footage belongs to another outtake. Further research is needed to determine the correct number for this item. Cameraman's dope sheet available in departmental files.
Biography / History:
2004.723.1 The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum purchased the film excerpts from the National Archives and Records Administration in July 2004.
The March of Time, Ltd.
National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), 200 MTT 1025 IIII (See Notes)
Video Master; b/w
DigiBeta; Betacam SP; VHS
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