A quirky item about young couple of circus performers who have their wedding on a trapeze.
Middleton, King's Lynn, Norfolk.
L/S of Peter Brasnett balancing on the top of a very high pole - he is in the process of erecting a trapeze. C/U of Peter's fiancee, Margaret Smith using a rope pulley to pass equipment up to Peter. Low angle shot of the pole with Peter at the top hauling up the equipment. C/U of one the pole's support cable fixed into the ground. M/S of Margaret standing next to the base of the pole. Peter hops down and gives her a big kiss and they walk off arm in arm. The narrator explains that Peter and Margaret will marry in church but their wedding reception will take place on the trapeze as they are circus performers!
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M/S of the two newly weds standing at the base of the pole - Margaret hitches her wedding dress up and climbs the pole, the camera follows her up. C/U of Peter as he starts to climb, tilt down to his feet. The camera follows Peter's feet as he climbs. C/U of a woman in a hat sipping sherry and giggling. M/S of the happy couple perched on trapeze swings, slicing the cake balanced on the ladder in front of them. C/U of an elderly male guest smiling as he looks on. M/S of the couple waving from their trapeze swings, Margaret is holding a slice of cake in her hand. High angle shot, taken from the top of the trapeze, of the crowd of guests waving below - the narrator jokes, "this, incidentally, is one reception where any guest can get a case of torticollis any time at all - no, it's not a crate of exotic drink, but a fruity term for a stiff neck". M/S of Margaret and Peter dangling upside down from the trapeze - Margaret holds down the skirt of her dress to stop it revealing too much. High angle shot of the crowd below applauding. M/S of the couple sitting upright waving at the crowd before embracing and kissing.