TOMB OF SIR JOHN MOORE HONOURED BY MEN OF HMS CORUNNA [Allocated Title]
I. In cemetery, a British naval detachment (also including Royal Marines) marches; they fall in around railed grave. Senior British naval officer (Commodore) and an army colonel lay wreathes on tomb of Sir John Moore in presence of Portuguese onlookers. Local troops also present, and local officer also lays wreath.
II. Sequence showing children in (powered) ship's boat dressed as a pirate galleon in Corunna harbour. On destroyer, children's slide and seesaw are set up (note winged nun); children's swing and games. HA shot of children and adults swarming up gangplank onto ship. LA shot from quayside to focsle of HMS Corunna (D.97) and pan back to gangway amidships; the vessel is crowded with visitors.