Llandudno, Wales. C.E.A. Conference 1952 - Cinema Exhibitors Association
GV. Llandudno. LV. Train arriving at Llandudno Railway Station. Three men wait on the platform. LV. A.B. Pathe mobile cinema van in station. SV. Derrick De Marney (Film Director) stepping from train, greeted by Euan Lloyd (Publicity Manager, of Associated British-Pathe Ltd.). Jane Hylton (British Film Star) descends from train Lloyd kisses her. Linda Gray alights from train. Lloyd shakes hands with her. SV. Derrick De Marney, Jane Hylton and Harry Fowler (British Film Star). SV. Councillor Morrison, well-known exhibitor from Newcastle-on-Tyne, arriving at station. He is greeted by an unidentified man. GV. Llandudno Pier from the Great Ormes Head. Conference delegates walking on the Pier.
CU. Name "Grand Hotel". MS Councillor B. T. Davis of Birmingham standing by car. GV. Llandudno Front and Hotels. SV. Imperial Hotel. SV. Man and woman outside Hotel. Man holding tennis racket. Group of delegates standing on pavement. Chatting in a group outside Imperial are Harry Mears Jnr., Dave Morris, Councillor Harry Mears (President of the CEA) and Ernie Pearl. SV. Ladies - Mrs. Jones of Loughborough, Mrs. Dooner, Mrs. Dent, Mrs. Harris and Mrs Pearl. CU Mrs Jones. Arthur Dent talking to other delegates.
Poster advertising the film 'Angels One Five' - starring Jack Hawkins, Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray. R.A.F. 'plane flying low over Bay. Delegates look up at the fly past. SV. planes flying over. CU Cecil Bernstein. CU. Southan Morris. Sv. Pan 'planes flying past.
GV Grand Hotel. CU Name plate of hotel. SV. Group drinking in "Harry's Bar" - L. to R. R. Stanley Bell, Tony Wood, Dennis Kester, Mrs. Godfrey and Jerry Wood. SV MacGregor Scott, talking to Llewellyn Edwards, Dudley West and President of the CEA Bill Speakman. SV. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fielder (General Manager of Associated-British Pathe) (left) talking to Harry Adley. Jack Prendergast, Mrs. Adley and Walter Eckhart. CU. Phil Hanmer drinking. More delegates drinking in the bar.
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