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Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of York at a crowded Inverness Station, boarding and departing on the train for Skye. (clip) 
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Inverness Royal Academy sports day - children run races while spectators drink fizzy pop. The results are announced over a tannoy. (clip) 
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Title: [DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK AND ROYAL ACADEMY SPORTS]
Reference number: 0648
Date: 1934 / 1950
Director: [attributed to James S. Nairn]
Sponsor: [ Playhouse Cinema, Inverness]
Running time: 3 mins
The Duke and Duchess of York leaving Inverness railway station for Skye,1934 and the Royal Academy Sports Day, 1950.
[1934 item believed commissioned by Malcolm "Pop' Roberts, cinema manager, 1950 item made by J S Nairn, cinema manager]
Shotlist: No credits. Brief shot of Mickey Mouse model outside a shop (.03); Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of York at Inverness Station prior to their departure for Skye. (.12); Shot of the Duke and Duchess of York getting out of their car and walking along the railway platform, where they have a few words of farewell with various people before boarding the train (.53); Shot of the Duchess looking out of carriage window (.56); Shot of crowds watching (1.07) The train moves off (1.19); Shot of children in line for the film TREASURE ISLAND [as in Ref. 0647] (1.31); Shot of race being run at sports day (1.55); Shot of those watching (2.08); Shot of two C J Buchanan and (at microphone) Hugh Macdonald (school staff members) (2.16); Shot of girls taking part in high jump. (2.23); Shot of the recorders' table (left to right, staff members Janet Banks, Ethel Forbes, Miss Kerin (2.32); Royal Academy Sports 1950 (2.46); CAC presents (3.00)
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