This documentary film shows a brief glimpse into the highly influential life of Winston Churchill. It focuses on his burial ceremony and the impact it held over England. It opens with a note from the British Board of Film Censors (:08) certifying that it had been passed for general exhibition. Streets in Britain are seen lined with posters of newspaper headlines featuring Winston Churchill (:20) after his passing in January of 1965. Blenheim Palace in Oxford shire, England stands as a massive historical monument (1:01) constructed to commemorate Winston Churchill’s great ancestor John Churchill. Nearby is the birthplace of Winston Churchill; the small village of Bladon (1:06). An aerial shot of a country churchyard here follows (1:13). Churchill is also buried here. Locals are seen gathering for recreation around a small radio smoking tobacco and enjoying spirits (1:44). The churchyard where Churchill rests is viewed (2:01). Civilians stream out of Westminster Hall (2:19) in mourning of the late Prime Minister’s death. The procession continued for three days and nights (2:35). Scenes follow from within the hall (2:47) as Sir Winston’s casket sits in the center. His insignia as the Knight of the Order of the Garter sits on a cushion (2:57). Sailors, soldiers and airmen take turns to guard his tomb (3:05). Mourners are seen moving past the watchmen and the tomb (3:57). On the morning of January 30th, 1965, Sir Winston’s casket moves for burial ceremonies (4:28). His wife; Clementine Churchill, and son; Randolph Churchill, follow closely behind (4:51). Sailors of the Royal Navy march in ceremonial procession (5:05). The carriage takes Churchill towards St. Paul’s Cathedral (5:28). Big Ben is captured rising in the background (5:53). All branches of the British military take their turns marching through the streets (6:05). Earl Mountbatten is seen at (6:28) as Sir Winston’s decorations follow closely behind (6:32). The Duke of Norfolk; Earl Marshall of England is seen (6:47). Male members of the Churchill family walk behind the coffin (7:05). Lady Churchill rides in a carriage with her daughters; Sarah and Mary through the procession (7:15). Brining up the rear is the Civil Defense Corp (7:23) as well as men of the British Legion (7:26). Saint Paul’s Cathedral’s intricate architecture is zoomed in on (7:32). Both Houses of Parliament attend the ceremony (7:45). Marshal Konev of the Soviet Union enters the Cathedral (7:50). From France arrives President de Gualle (8:01) followed by the King of Greece; Constantine II (8:07). Queen Juliana from the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard (8:11) also attend the ceremony. The King of Belgium; Baudouin arrives (8:15). Queen Elizabeth (8:23) is followed by Princess Margaret (8:27) and Princess Marina (8:31). Saluting as he steps from his vehicle is the Lord Mayor of London; Sir Charles Johnston (8:38) with the city’s black sword of mourning. Prince Philip and the Prince of Wales follow (8:44). The procession moves down Fleet street (9:03) as Churchill’s casket is draped in a British Flag. St. Paul’s Cathedral is seen again as the men move the casket up the stone steps towards his final resting place (10:03). The film focuses on the crowd here which totaled to about three thousand (10:27). The former Prime Minister of Australia; Sir Robert Menzies, walks as one of the poll bearers among others (11:11). Attendees sings the Battle Hymn of the Republic (11:42). The Archbishop of Canterbury follows as Churchill’s coffin moves towards the exit (13:31). The massive columns of St. Paul’s Cathedral are viewed (14:12). Lord Clement Atlee (14:19) is spotted on the stairs. An aerial shot of the massive ceremony follows (15:07). The River Thames is viewed (15:22) as well as the Tower Bridge (15:58). Big Ben is captured again in the background which had been silenced on the day of his burial (16:32). Festival Pier is to be the end of the river voyage (16:37). The film turns to Waterloo Station (16:52) and the train which was to take him to his final resting place. Winston Churchill’s name is seen on a plaque on the train here (16:55). The younger generation of the Churchill family moves with their parents into the train (17:09). The film begins to wrap up at the train moves off (17:48) for the Parish Church of Saint Martin Bladon (18:01).