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Hearst Metrotone news. [Vol. 8, no. 201].

Author: Jimmy DuranteJames J SeeleyLillisConwayJohn A BockhorstAll authors
Publisher: United States : [Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer], [1936-09-21]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English : [Newsreel reconstructed from story fragments by UCLA newsreel archivists based on available documentation. Stories released locally in Denver (Foreign war vets capture Denver), Chicago (Chicago holds great speedboat festival), and Boston (Harvard hails 300th birthday) not preserved on this reel]
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Intertitles: [1] Hurricane sweeps Atlantic coast. Terrific wind storm cuts trail of destruction from Virginia to New England. Norfolk, Va. [Unusual films of Coast Guard battling mountainous seas as they risk lives attempting rescues]. Ocean City, Md.; New Jersey Coast / Seeley ; Lillis ; Conway ; Bockhorst ; Peden -- [2] The epic siege of the Alcazar! Shelled for 8 weeks, 1700 in historic Spanish fort prefer death  Read more...
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Genre/Form: UCLA preservation
Newsreels
Shorts
Sports event coverage and commentary
Humor
Named Person: Thomas Hitchcock; John W Fischer; Jack McLean; Dick Powell; Joan Blondell; Jimmy Durante
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jimmy Durante; James J Seeley; Lillis; Conway; John A Bockhorst; Charles Peden; Leo Rossi; U K Whipple; James McKeon; Teddy Rickman; Kenneth Upton; George Lyng; Sanford Greenwald; Carl H Jones; Roy Kluver; Carl Bjerre; Rody Green; L Korenman; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
OCLC Number: 422959129
Notes: Newsreel.
Cataloged from copy lacking head and tail logos; title from intertitles. Volume number, issue number, distributor, and release date (date of distribution to theater) from Hearst Corporation records.
For Story 1, Ocean City footage was shot by Seeley; Jersey coast footage shot by Lillis; Norfolk footage shot by Conway, Bockhorst, and Peden; source unknown for 16 mm. footage of Coast Guard rescue and boats being tossed up against rocks and beach. For Story 2, Alcazar footage was obtained from Eclair Journal and Actualities; Lourdes footage from France Actualities. For story 3, the polo footage was shot by Rossi, Whipple, and McKeon; golf footage shot by Rickman and Upton. Footage sources from Hearst index cards.
Bracketed intertitles transcribed from synopsis sheet.
Rights held by UCLA Film & Television Archive.

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Intertitles: [1] Hurricane sweeps Atlantic coast. Terrific wind storm cuts trail of destruction from Virginia to New England. Norfolk, Va. [Unusual films of Coast Guard battling mountainous seas as they risk lives attempting rescues]. Ocean City, Md.; New Jersey Coast / Seeley ; Lillis ; Conway ; Bockhorst ; Peden -- [2] The epic siege of the Alcazar! Shelled for 8 weeks, 1700 in historic Spanish fort prefer death to surrender! Lourdes. [Peace across the Pyrenees. World war veterans present sharp contrast to conflict raging not far away as they make their pilgrimage to Lourdes' famous shrine / Eclair Journal ; Actualities -- 3] Thrills from the sport world. Invaders from Argentine conquer U.S. team in polo title classic [at Meadowbrook [sic], N.Y.]. Garden City, L.I. [Johnny Fischer is new golf champ. Cincinnati law student beats Jock [sic] McLean, Scottish Walker Cup star] / Rossi ; Whipple ; McKeon ; Rickman ; Upton -- [4] Lettuce strikers battle police. Outbreaks mark harvest crisis at Salinas, Calif., as trucks run gauntlet / Lyng -- [Metrotone snapshots]. Snapshots from here and there. Timely news flashes from Metrotone's cameramen around the world. [1] Wilmington, Cal. [Now they're Mr. and Mrs. Dick Powell. Pretty Joan Blondell and film-star hubby are married on steamer at Wilmington, California, and sail on a month's honeymoon / Greenwald ; Jones -- 2] Los Angeles, Cal. [200,000 electric clocks get dizzy. Los Angeles gets ready for Boulder Dam power and 50-cycle time-pieces have to be changed to 60. City opens free repair shops to aid bewildered public / Kluver ; Bjerre -- 3] New York Harbor. [The "Schnozzola" on world affairs. Jimmy Durante arrives at New York after European trip with his own opinion of what's going on abroad] / Green ; Korenman.

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