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Hearst Metrotone news. [Vol. 1, no. 274].

Author: Dwight W Morrow; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Publisher: United States : Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, [1930-06-14]
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: Mystic Shriners invade Canada. Dominion school children honor delegates from all parts of continent at Toronto gathering -- Huge liquor haul in dry Kansas. Federal Prohibition men destroy 8,000 gallons of "hooch" at Wichita, in heart of arid belt -- Boys are boys the world over. We Americans may not like cricket but street urchins of London play it, and with usual results -- [Dwight W. Morrow,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: UCLA preservation
Newsreels
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Named Person: Mary, Queen consort of George V King of Great Britain
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Dwight W Morrow; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
OCLC Number: 422943873
Notes: Newsreel.
Volume and issue number, and release date (date of distribution to theater) from synopsis sheet.
Bracketed intertitles transcribed from synopsis sheet.
Rights held by UCLA Film & Television Archive.

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Intertitles: Mystic Shriners invade Canada. Dominion school children honor delegates from all parts of continent at Toronto gathering -- Huge liquor haul in dry Kansas. Federal Prohibition men destroy 8,000 gallons of "hooch" at Wichita, in heart of arid belt -- Boys are boys the world over. We Americans may not like cricket but street urchins of London play it, and with usual results -- [Dwight W. Morrow, banker-statesman, talks to you. Metrotone introduces noted diplomat and financier in timely topic of the day] -- Shintos of Japan hold great fete. Aoi-matsuri, the festival of Kamo shrines, brings the strange Oriental rites to streets of Kyoto -- Queen Mary sees royal tournament. Britain's greatest indoor military display gives nobility a thrill at Olympia, London -- [Trade Board opens 24,000,000 dollar home. Big celebration inaugurates greatest grain exchange which sets the price of world's bread. Thousands of visitors jam floor as trading opens].

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