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Hearst Metrotone news. [Vol. 1, no. 266].

Author: Ramon Novarro; Rose Pelswick; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Publisher: United States : Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, [1930-05-17]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English : [Head and tail logos added and newsreel reconstructed from story fragments by UCLA newsreel archivists based on available documentation]
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Intertitles: [Over Havana with Cuba's air corps. Crack pilots trained by U.S. Army instructors give demonstration of formation flying.] -- All Siam mourns king's brother in strange rites. Royal guards and Buddhist priests head procession expressing nation's grief. Editor's note: Hearst Metrotone news brings you an unusual Oriental spectacle--the royal funeral of Prince Mahidol, noted Siamese physician and benefactor
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Genre/Form: UCLA preservation
Newsreels
Interviews
Music
Sports event coverage and commentary
Shorts
Named Person: Mahittalāthibēt ʻAdunlayadētchawikrom, Prince son of Chulalongkorn King of Siam; Prajadhipok, King of Siam; Ramon Novarro
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ramon Novarro; Rose Pelswick; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
OCLC Number: 422943561
Notes: Newsreel.
Volume number, issue number, and release date (date of distribution to theater) from accompanying synopsis sheet.
Bracketed intertitles transcribed from synopsis sheet.
Rights held by UCLA Film and Television Archive.

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Intertitles: [Over Havana with Cuba's air corps. Crack pilots trained by U.S. Army instructors give demonstration of formation flying.] -- All Siam mourns king's brother in strange rites. Royal guards and Buddhist priests head procession expressing nation's grief. Editor's note: Hearst Metrotone news brings you an unusual Oriental spectacle--the royal funeral of Prince Mahidol, noted Siamese physician and benefactor of his people. King Rama VII arrives to pay tribute to departed prince, reposing in urn of gold and diamonds -- Brooklyn Bridge gets summer coat. New York's oldest span sheds winter grime as acrobatic painters start work -- Film star studies grand opera. Ramon Novarro tells of his aspirations in interview with Rose Pelswick, N.Y. Journal critic (132 ft.) -- Tireless speeders thrill bike fans. Pedal pushers show their stuff in N.Y. races for amateurs and pros ...

Intertitles continue: ... Kids display own summer styles. Warm weather fashions in children's wear offered by Cotton Textile Institute.

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