Newsreel sentence examples

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  • His call for a "march of dimes" was a play on "The March of Time," a well-known newsreel series.

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  • Interestingly, a local cinema is showing a newsreel of the funeral of the mayor.

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  • Back in Cork, members of the local flying column are in the cinema watching a silent newsreel.

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  • Historical Context 2 minutes of newsreel footage of the time, with Spanish commentary.

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  • Their bi-weekly newsreel was normally shown in cinemas and their logo was a cockerel crowing.

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  • The first British sound newsreel was British Movietone News, which began life in June 1929.

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  • newsreel cameramen, a feature color unit, sound commentators and still photographers.

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  • newsreel footage actually.

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  • newsreel clips from their website.

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  • newsreel type films entitled Events of 1937.

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  • British Universities newsreel Project access to a database describing around 160,000 newsreel stories from 1910 to 1979.

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  • British Universities newsreel Database - BUND A database of British cinema newsreel production from 1910 to 1979.

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  • Whilst watching the 1948 cinema newsreel, seeing Zatopek winning the gold medal at the 1948 London Olympics inspired him.

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  • cameramany were there TV cameras but also newsreel cameramen, a feature color unit, sound commentators and still photographers.

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  • Topical Budget was a silent British newsreel that ran for almost twenty years from September 1911 to March 1931.

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  • They even obtained raw, unedited television newsreel footage of ITN and Thames Television news broadcasts covering his public appearances.

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  • It considers the representation of women in the British propaganda newsreel, Indian News Parade, which ran in India 1943-1946.

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