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I've just been watching the 1950s Alfred Hitchcock movie "The man who knew too much", starring James Stewart, which involves a plot to assassinate a foreign Prime Minister.

The climactic scenes of the movie occur during a classical concert at the Royal Albert Hall, attended by the dignitary.
James Dignan, 25 March 2005

Unnamed Country

1934 version of the movie

There is a flag in this version, but different than what is shown in the 1956 film. The flag (or rather a banner of arms) is shown very briefly and appears to be a light color (possibly argent) divided per bend (color unknown) and what appears to be a wyvern on the upper bend. This is, of course, quite approximate as it appears only in black and white briefly in two shots.
Phil Nelson, 25 March 2005

1956 version of the movie

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image by James Dignan, 25 March 2005

The flag of his unnamed country appears in a couple of scenes in the movie. sadly, i didn't have a pen and paper with me to jot down notes, so my details may be a little off (if anyone gets a chance to see the movie to check, do so - it's not a bad movie, either!)
James Dignan, 25 March 2005