The film ‘Royal Family’ returns to the daily life of members of the British royal family, reappearing in public after a long hiatus.
It is a 1969 BBC film, designed to help the British people re-establish a special relationship with their kingdom, as there was concern that after World War II, the British would no longer be interested in information about their kingdom.
So this made the film to look at the lives of the people living in the Kingdom Hall of the United Kingdom and thus to better support them in general.
It is the most popular film to go abroad, where it has been watched by 30 million people, and in general the BBC says it has been watched by more than 350 million people in the 1970s.
The film, however, was eventually banned, at the request of the British Empire, as it revealed a lot of internal information about the building and the privacy of the members of the Temple.
Nearly 50 years later no one kills the white man, now the film has reappeared on YouTube, only the creator of which is still unknown.
The BBC was responsible for the film, and it remains to be seen how the film will be released from its archives or elsewhere.
Shortly afterward, the BBC immediately asked YouTube to remove it because its founder was not authorized to do so, and this was immediately implemented. Look here