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Title:CANADIAN OFFICER'S WEDDING AT ST JAMES'S [Main Title]
Film Number:IWM 362
Summary: Brief unedited record of a Canadian captain's wedding in London, possibly October 1918.
Description: The bride and groom emerge down the steps of Saint James's, Piccadilly, after the ceremony. The groom is in the uniform of a Canadian captain with raincoat, top boots and staff tabs. They pose for photographs then go past the onlookers to their car. The same captain, this time in normal uniform, walks with a major up the steps of a Whitehall building past the camera.
Technical Details: Format: 35mm
Number of items/reels/tapes: 1
Footage: 45 ft; Running time: 1 min
Notes: Title: this is taken from the shotsheet
Remarks: a rather bizarre piece to find in an official film collection. Possibly 'abuse' of the official cameraman's time for private reasons, possibly the wedding of a hero