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1956 - Philippines: Nixons Visit Corregidor w/ President Magsaysay & wife. 02Jul56

Reel Number: 220579-01

Color: Black and White

Sound: SIL

Year / Date: 1956,1950s

Country: Philippines,USA

Location: Corregidor Island,Malinta Tunnel,Manila Bay

TC Begins: 03:00:08

TC Ends: 03:06:28

Duration: 00:06:20

1956 - Philippines: Nixons Visit Corregidor w/ President Magsaysay & wife. 02Jul56 Military jeeps arrive; Vice-President Nixon walks around large mounted artillery gun w/ Philippine President Magsaysay & wife & Mrs Patricia Nixon. MCUs. 03:01:00 Large gutted three story concrete building; jeeps passing. Magsaysay leading Nixon & large official party along pier. CU sign: Philippine Naval Station Port Facilities. Sailors waiting on naval boat at dock; motorcycle leading limousine w/ Nixons arriving at dock. 03:01:28 Mrs Magsaysay leads Mrs Nixon & others up gangway to board launch. CU Nixon looking over rail & w/ Filipino President talking & gesturing, press in background. 03:02:06 VIPs exiting Malinta tunnel from underground installation; LS jeeps leaving. Walking to / around mounted defense artillery w/ shell on ground in emplacement. Army officer gesturing explaining. View down barrel to Nixon. High Angle / HA of party inspecting artillery. 03:03:10 Young boy in Corregidor Island t-shirt waving flag; line of other children wave flags. Soldiers wave. 03:03;33 Arrival on Corregidor. VIPs walking along pier w/ navy vessel docked behind. Walking past children w/ flags. 03:03:49 Banner: Mabuhay U.S. Vice Pres. Nixon & Party. Mrs Nixon talking w/ children w/ flags. Nixon & Magsaysay shake children’s hands. 03:04:16 Women sitting in ship lounge talking; VP & Magsasay talk on deck of launch towards Corregidor. 03:05:21 Sign: Malinta Tunnel; pan to entrance. Party entering; looking & walking; relics from Pacific war seen. 03:06:21 Sign: Gen. MacArthurs Quarter. Post-WWII; Post-WW2; Diplomacy; Cold War; Diplomats; 1950s; Anti-Communism; NOTE: Visit was for 10th Anniversary of Philippines Independence.

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