News In A Nutshell 1935

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    Dover, Kent.
    Neponset Bay, Boston, United States of America (USA).
    Djibouti, Somaliland, Somalia.
    Auxerre, France.

    Title reads: "News in a Nutshell" WS. Packed Grandstand. LS. The Captains of the Welsh and English schoolboy football teams tossing the coin. WS. England in the dark shirts attacking the Welsh goal. LS. The Welsh goal keeper kicks the ball upfield LS. the ball being kicked towards the English end of the pitch. LS. Crowd. WS. match in progress. MS. Schoolboy spectators. LS. the ball is centred into the Welsh penalty area where the an English player puts the ball into the net. England go on to win 5-1. WS. Crowd.

    WS. American Naval Air cadets boarding a Naval airship with parachutes strapped to their backs. WS. The dirigible taking off. LS. View from the airship of the ground crew. LS. Airship in flight. WS. Naval cadets with their parachutes on board the air ship. WS. Air Cadet looking out of airship window. WS. From below of the airship in flight. LS. From outside airship as a cadet jumps pan to see his parachute start to open. CU. Cadet looking out of airship window. LS. A cadet zooms past and as he drops his parachute opens. WS. Airship from below as a cadet jumps and his parachute opens. CU. Cadet looking out of the window. WS. From airship of cadet jumping and his parachute opening. WS. Tilt down as parachutists leaves the airship and his chute opens. LS. A cadet zooms past and as he drops his parachute opens. CU. Cadet looking out of airship window. LS. A cadet zooms past and as he drops his parachute opens. WS. From below showing two parachutists with the airship overhead. LS. Tilt down to see cadet landing. LS. Tilt down as cadet makes rough landing.

    Boston WS. "Yankee" one of America's fastest yachts in dock. LS. The crew on deck as she sails out. WS. A tug guiding the "Yankee" out. WS. Fire float spraying her as she leaves to head for the Jubilee Regattas in Britain. LS. Crew hoisting sails. LS. "Yankee" under sail she starts her crossing of the Atlantic. WS. "Yankee" and a commercial sailing ship. LS. The crew of the "Yankee" posing for the camera. CU. Captain? of the "Yankee".

    Somalia: WS. Crates of munitions marked up for despatch to Djibouti laid out on dockside. MS. Crates of munitions. LS. loading the cases onto trucks. WS. Abyssinian troops in European uniform carrying crates of munitions. LS. Ethiopian natives carrying crates ready for their despatch. WS. Different Angle. WS. Abyssinian soldiers on horseback. MS. Horse loaded with boxes of munitions pan to see another horse loaded down. WS. Ethiopian troops parading barefoot.

    Auxerre: WS. Street just outside Auxerre two men inspecting the road where the accident took place. WS. two of the cars parked up and being inspected. MS. damage to one of the cars. WS. Pan across the damage on one of the cars. MS. damage to the rear of one of the cars. CU. French Premier M. Flandin demonstrating how his arm was injured. MS. Tree that was involved in the collision. WS. Building and tree. MS French Premier M. Flandin with his arm in sling climbing into a car. WS. M Flandin seated in an open topped car as he prepares to leave for return to Paris. WS. car driving off. LS. Mr Flandin in car. MS. M. Flandin. LS. M. Flandin with his arm in a sling.

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