June 30, 1959
PRINTED IN THE GLOBE AND MAIL
August 4, 1959
Scanned from a print
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Royal River is National Film Board's film of the Britannia's stately progress along the St. Lawrence River to Port Arthur, with a queenly passenger aboard. The film runs 30 minutes. It was released by 20th Century Fox for distribution in 17 Commonwealth countries. Thirty-six hours after the Royal tour ended, the Canadian print was shown in five Canadian cities. In Toronto Royal River appears at University, Eglinton, Palace and Runnymede.
JOHN GILLIES / The Globe and Mail
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