Italian Reaction To President Kennedy's… 1963

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    Rome, Italy.

    Various shots of a newspaper man selling newspapers with headlines 'Kennedy Assassinato" on street in Rome. Crowd gathered around, man shouts the news. LS. Pope Paul at window of Vatican giving message of sorrow at the news of President Kennedy's death and says a special prayer. Various shots of the Italians milling around in St. Peter's Square, Rome. Various shots of the Italians waiting outside American Embassy in Rome to go in and sign the book of condolence for the assassinated US President John F. Kennedy. Shots inside, people signing the book, including heads of government and other countries representatives in Italy. Shots of people on street, waiting at newspaper kiosk. Headlines of newspapers carrying the news of the assassinated President. MS. Black student looking sorrowful. MS. Italian woman in tears.

    (F.G.)

    Date found in the old record - 25/11/1963.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1963
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    Media URN:
    88443
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    3139.15
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    Black & White
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    00:08:28:00
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    01:32:34:00 / 01:41:02:00
    Canister:
    UN 3833 A
    Sort Number:
    UN 3833 A
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