COI Collection: Volume 7 - The Queen on Tour DVD
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Directed by Various (Documentary)
Produced in 1971
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - British Film
To mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee the BFI has conducted an extensive search through the National Archive to unearth a wealth of fascinating and illuminating footage on a range of Royalty-related subjects. COI Volume 7: The Queen on Tour brings together a number of Central Office of Information productions which capture the Royal Family between 1953-1971. With unprecedented access to the royal household, the films in this unique collection provide a valuable and indispensable record of royal tours and state visits, and also include revealing portraits of the Queen and her children.
Contains: Royal Destiny (1953), Southward with Prince Philip (1957), Princess Margaret in Mauritius and East Africa (1959), Life of a Queen (1960), The Queen’s State Visit to Iran (1961), Royal Children (1961), Queen Elizabeth II in Pakistan (1961), Sierra Leone Greets the Queen (1962), Britain Welcomes the President of India (1963), The Royal Tour of the Caribbean (1966), Britain Welcomes the President of Pakistan (1966), A State Visit to Turkey by Queen Elizabeth II (1971), Britain Welcomes the Emperor and Empress of Japan (1971).
Length: 234 mins
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 28th May 2012
Cat No: BFIVD945
- 2 discs
- All films newly transferred from original materials preserved in the BFI National Archive
- Includes comprehensive booklet with newly commissioned essays and detailed film notes, along with full credits for each film.