News In A Nutshell 1935

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    Full title reads: "News in a Nutshell".

    Quarry Blast in Scotland. L/S of granite quarry in Creetown on Solway Firth. Various shots of men planting barrels of gun powder in specially constructed tunnels in quarry. M/S of man plunging detonator. Various L/Ss of enormous explosion.

    Lorry Overturns in Trafalgar Square, London. Various shots of people looking at a lorry and trailer that have overturned on roundabout near famous square.

    Students Rag in Liverpool, Merseyside. Various shots of students from Liverpool University play fighting with flour and mud - winners received honour of leading pantomime parade through streets.

    Note: sections Bombs Used as Fire Extinguishers, Flying Boats Leave for Singapore and Ox at Wedding at Cockayne Hatley appear to be missing. AH 2001.

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