Gangsters In India 1942

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    Titles read: "GANGSTERS IN INDIA".


    Several C/Us showing newspaper headlines telling of the Hur gangsters. M/S of Lahore mail train passing camera. C/U of sign - 'Tandoandam Junction'. Still of the crashed mail train after the Hur bandits had attacked and killed passengers.

    C/U of headlines announcing Martial Law. M/S of the Indian police patrolling the streets for the leader of the bandits. C/U of the Indian Hur leader, the "Turbaned Saint".

    Indian troops and paratroops drop into the mountainous area where the Hur hide-outs are. Various shots of the Hur bandits in Hyderabad (sp?) jail.

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  • this is very exclusive video for me as i m student of history and i was looking for such videos

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