His call for a "march of dimes" was a play on "The March of Time," a well-known newsreel series.
cameramany were there TV cameras but also newsreel cameramen, a feature color unit, sound commentators and still photographers.
Historical Context 2 minutes of newsreel footage of the time, with Spanish commentary.
Interestingly, a local cinema is showing a newsreel of the funeral of the mayor.
Back in Cork, members of the local flying column are in the cinema watching a silent newsreel.
Topical Budget was a silent British newsreel that ran for almost twenty years from September 1911 to March 1931.
Their bi-weekly newsreel was normally shown in cinemas and their logo was a cockerel crowing.
The first British sound newsreel was British Movietone News, which began life in June 1929.
newsreel cameramen, a feature color unit, sound commentators and still photographers.
newsreel footage actually.
newsreel clips from their website.
newsreel type films entitled Events of 1937.
British Universities newsreel Project access to a database describing around 160,000 newsreel stories from 1910 to 1979.
British Universities newsreel Database - BUND A database of British cinema newsreel production from 1910 to 1979.
Whilst watching the 1948 cinema newsreel, seeing Zatopek winning the gold medal at the 1948 London Olympics inspired him.
They even obtained raw, unedited television newsreel footage of ITN and Thames Television news broadcasts covering his public appearances.
It considers the representation of women in the British propaganda newsreel, Indian News Parade, which ran in India 1943-1946.
travelogue easily met by including a cheap travelog or newsreel.
This was easily met by including a cheap travelog or newsreel.
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