Main title (1). "A cinematographic record of the magnificent & historical ceremonies of December 12th, 1911." (7). In a large arena, kilted British soldiers are marched to their positions in front of the large dais (55). "March of the Indian Mutiny veterans." (61). March past of the veterans (113). "Arrival of the King." (116). XLS of the massed ranks of soldiers as the Royal carriage and cavalry escort pass through them (128). Arrival at the smaller dais of the Royal carriage. King George V and Queen Mary, in their regalia, alight (152). Closer view of the dais and the King and Queen enthroned (oblique view). The Princes of India pay homage (173). "How the Gaekwar of Baroda paid homage to King George." (178). Four Indian princes, separately pay homage (211). "The Begum of Bhopal the only lady who paid homage to Their Majesties." (218). The Begum approaches the King and Queen and bows (233). Six further Indian princes pay homage (292). A number of judges in regalia pay homage (303). A line of princes pay homage (317). The Royal party and entourage stand and walk to the larger dais (353). The umbrellas held over the King and Queen can be seen as they pass to the larger dais through the massed ranks of soldiers (484). "The Proclamation." (486). LS of the dais; the King and Queen are enthroned (489). Closer view of the same; the King passes a scroll (?) to the Viceroy (?); pan right of the massed ranks who give three cheers (547). The King and Queen return to the smaller dais (634). "King George presenting colours to British Regiments December 11th, 1911." (643). The Queen alights from a carriage and is escorted to her place in the grandstand (660). The King, in uniform, presents the colours which are blessed by a bishop (715). "The King Emperor and Queen Emperess's garden party December 13th, 1911." (722). The King rides on horseback followed by the Queen and Royal party in a carriage. They pass through the crowds at the garden party. An Indian cavalry escort follows them (823). "King George's great Durbar review of 50,000 Indian troops December 14th, 1911 (829). The Royal Standard is raised (846). The Royal carriage bearing the Queen arrives and she is escorted to the Royal box. The King, in uniform and on horseback, takes the salute as the Indian army marches past (932). The camel corps ride past (948ft). Note: Other copies are held of 270ft, 480ft, 573ft and 700ft, containing some variations in contents.