An American colt wins British Derby in Epsom Downs. Queen Elizabeth comes to Epsom Downs to watch the British Derby. She steps from her car and is greeted by officials. A large crowd of spectators to watch the horse race. Lester Keith Piggott, an English Jockey, rides on American colt named "Never Say Die." Queen watches the race through binoculars. The race starts. Lester Keith Piggott is aged 18 years. He wins the Epsom Derby.
The Epsom Derby at Epsom Downs Racecourse in Epsom, Surrey, England. A large crowd gathered at Epsom Downs Racecourse during the Epsom Derby. Queen Mother Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon holding binoculars and Queen Elizabeth II standing beside her watching the race. Officials among the crowd. The horses take off. People stand and watch from behind the barriers on both sides of the track. Several views of the horses on the course. Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth standing with others. The winner jockey gets down the winner horse Psidium. People stand around and watch.
The 177th Running Derby at Epsom Downs in Surrey, England. Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margret arrive at Epsom Downs for the Derby. Horses in the paddock before the race. The horses leave the gates as race begins. Huge crowd cheering during the race. Horse named Lavandin wins the English Derby.
150th English Derby at Epsom Downs in Epsom, England. A large number of people gathered to watch the English Derby. Queen Mary and King George arrive and are greeted by a man. Horses run on the track. Hyperion wins the race.
Duke and Duchess of York unveil the Beasley Head Memorial in Eastbourne, England. A motorcade arrives on a street in Eastbourne. People gather on both sides of the street in front of the buildings. The street being decorated. Military guards are lined in the front. Duke and Duchess of York emerge from the open-top Rolls Royce which lead the motorcade. The Duke and Duchess are greeted by officials and military guards. The military guards standing in a line. A large crowd gather to witness the unveiling of the Beasley Head Memorial. The Duchess of York unveils the plaque commemorating the purchase of the Downs from Beachy Head to Folkington by the Eastbourne Corporation. The officials standing beside, watch the event. The Duke and the Duchess leave the memorial led by the town officials. The motorcade passes through a decorated archway across the road. The crowd gather on both sides of the road look on.
White Russian emigres gathered at an Anglo Russian sports club in London, United Kingdom. A group of men and women relax and converse at the sports club. A waiter serves vodka to the the group. They sing a Russian song, accompanied by one of them who plays a guitar. Then one of them calls for a special (larger) drink, which the waiter brings on a tray. The man receiving the drink holds it while they begin to sing a particular song, to a woman in the group. She rises as the man with the drink bows low before her. She takes the drink and downs in one continuous swallow, as her companions urge her on, singing with increased tempo and shout when she finishes. She hands the empty glass back to the man, who kisses her hand. Scene shifts to the group deciding what to do next for the camera. Some drink more. The guitar player sings and plays and others join in. Closeup of the waiter standing with a woman who drinks down the contents of a beverage can. The waiter enters and serves all again, with glasses of vodka. The party continues with more singing.