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To celebrate Her Majesty's Diamond Jubillee, Network is proud to present a brand new restoration of the only feature-length Technicolor record of the Coronation itself.
When Queen Elizabeth the Second was crowned on June 2nd, 1953, many of Britain's leading cinematic artists were commissioned to create this wonderful record of the event. Narrated by Sir Laurence Olivier, it conveys the sights and sounds, the pomp and pageantry, the very spirit of that unforgettable day. Oscar-nominee and BAFTA-winner, A Queen is Crowned is one of the greatest films of an historical event ever made.
Also included in this commemorative set is Palaces of a Queen - a 1966 documentary touring the six royal palaces: Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, St. James's Palace, Hampton Court, Kensington Palace and Holyrood House. Narrated by Micihael Redgrave and with a resounding score by Malcolm Sargent, this documentary is a worthy companion piece to A Queen is Crowned.
 Palaces of a Queen documentary
 Image Gallery
 Original Programme PDF
A beautifully made film, fabulous colours and worth watching especially for those who were around at the time.Published 7 days ago by I. McCall
This is the standard def version. I think there is also a Blue Ray HD version with various extras. This is all I need though.Published 2 months ago by Robert Handscomb
for a young grand daughter who is besotted with the queen at the age of 5!Published 4 months ago by Linden Nicholls