STK-ID 41708

PAN from speaker of House of Commons to Sir Winston Churchill and Prime Minister Mackenzie King standing, Churchill acknowledging cheers of members of Parliament. Sequence on Prime Minister Mackenzie King stepping forward and introducing Churchill at the request of the speaker, applauding Churchill's accomplishments, reaffirming Canada's pride at being at Great Britain's side and Canada's determination to do the utmost to defeat the axis. Sequence on Churchill answering, mentioning his country's gratitude at what Canada has done up to now and speaks of England's confidence that Canada will do her utmost for the war effort. He mentions Canada's role as intermediary between Great Britain and the United States, magnificent Canada's contribution to war effort, Canadian Army's chafes at being inactive in England, but, Churchill says, it is poised to strike at the enemy should be decide to invade England (30/12/1941).


Excerpt from
Churchill's visit to Canada
National Film Board
Available formats
Reel 35 mm, Digital Bétacam, Digital Video Disk, Optical Sound
Shooting format
35mm fine grain comp b&w, 35mm fine grain b&w, 35mm positive optical soundtrack
Aspect ratio
4/3, NA
Available resolutions
720 x 486