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Poster and costume display from her film “Victoria the Great”, queues outside the cinema and crowds outside the hotel to see Anna Neagle who waves from an upstairs window. (clip) 
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Title: (ANNA NEAGLE VISITS INVERNESS)
Reference number: 0653C
Sponsor: [ Playhouse, Inverness]
Running time: 3.32 mins
Description: Film star Anna Neagle and director Herbert Wilcox attend the Playhouse Cinema, Inverness for the screening of "Victoria the Great" in which Neagle played Queen Victoria with Anton Walbrook as Prince Albert. Wilcox later became her husband in 1943.
No credits. Shots of Anna Neagle and Herbert Wilcox reading plaque below statue of unidentified woman (0.13); Shot of limousine arriving outside hospital and shots inside of Anna Neagle in the wards and with a little girl, then being presented with flowers (0.53); Shot of Anna Neagle and companion laying flowers at a small stone / cairn [possibly Culloden Battlefield]. Panning shot looking out over stretch of water (loch) (1.13); Close-up of Anna Neagle (1.18); Shot outside the Playhouse Cinema, Inverness with welcome "Ceud Mille Failte do Anna Neagle". Shot of a poster advertising film "VICTORIA THE GREAT' starring Anna Neagle and Anton Walbrook (1.39); Shot of shop window containing some of the costumes and jewellery used in the film (1.50); Crowds waiting outside the Playhouse Cinema (2.02); Anna Neagle arrives in an open-topped car at the Caledonian Hotel. Crowds surround her (2.18); Shots from an opposite building of crowds below in the street and Anna Neagle waving down from top window. [Note: on left of the group is Robert Wotherspoon of Caledonian Associated Cinemas, and next to him / centre frame is Sir Alexander B. King] (3.17); Anna Neagle waves goodbye (3.32).
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