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A young newly-wed couple get an enthusiastic send-off from guests after their reception at the Malmaison, Glasgow Central Station. (clip) 
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Title: CAMPBELL TURNBULL WEDDING
Reference number: 0457
Production company: Thames and Clyde Film Production
Running time: 13.00 mins
Coverage of the wedding of Elizabeth Turnbull to Thomas Kenneth Campbell at Paisley Abbey, in 1949.
16mm reduction reversal master pos. made from original nitrate pos in 1980.
Credits (0.28); Shot of invitation card. Mr and Mrs and Miss You, the audience, wherever you may be. Mr & Mrs Alex Turnbull invite you to the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth to Mr Thomas Kenneth Campbell in Paisley Abbey, Wed 27 April 1949. Shots outside the abbey of guests arriving (1.32); The bride's family leave their house in Annandale (3.20); Outside the abbey. Cars arrive bringing the Lord Provost, Sir Hector MacNeil, and the Lady Provost, the bridegroom and best man. Several busloads of guests arrive (5.54); Bridesmaid's car arrives. Several brief shots of streets and trams in the background (6.13); Bride's car arrives (6.28)
No credits. The bride alights. Shots of the abbey (0.23); Shots outside the abbey after the ceremony, photographs taken (1.08); Bridal party, followed by guests, drive off to reception (2.25); Shots of the party arriving at the Central Hotel in Glasgow (3.30); Inside the hotel, Mr Jack MC helps the bride to cut the cake (3.56); Outside the hotel, confetti is thrown as the couple leave on a float. Shots of Hope Street, trams, etc. (5.21); Piper welcomes the couple's car as they arrive at Manorfield House (6.33); Shots of the couple in the garden. (6.51); The Campbell-Turnbull wedding to be continued. ecs (7.02)
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