News In A Nutshell Aka Pennsylvania Express… 1936

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    News in a Nutshell - international news stories in brief.

    Title reads: "Pennsylvania".

    Express crashes off Bridge into canal at Pennsylvania, United States of America (USA). Various shots of wreck of a passenger train. Snow covers the twisted wreckage, groups of people inspect the damage.

    Title reads: "Islington, London".

    Cruft's dog show. Various high angled L/S of indoor arena where dog show is being held. Various C/Us of pedigree dogs: St. Bernards, Old English Sheep Dogs, Barzois (Russian Hounds), Rottweilers, English Setters, Poodles, Bull Terriers, Shih-tzus. C/U of Scottie dogs being brushes and powered. C/U of miniature Yorkshire Terriers.

    Intertitle reads: "Feldwick Crag" . (intertitle obscured - may be incorrect)

    Huntsman's Memorial. Location of events unknown. A group gather on hill top of moorland. A huntsman unveils a plaque dedicated to late Dawson Jowett of Wrose, master of Airedale Beagles. M/S of huntsmen leading pack of Beagles over snowy ground, the hunting party follows on foot.

    Intertitle reads: "Makale".

    Abyssinia: Preparing an offensive. Italy invades Ethiopia. Aerial shots of desert and mountains. M/S of General Valle getting out of aeroplane to be greeted by Italian commander-in-chief, General Pietro Badoglio. He has arrived from Asmarato Makale. Various shots Italian officers walking away from plane. Various shots of two officers standing outside tent in desert - Badoglio and Valle? Various shots officers and soldiers standing around flag pole flying Italian ensign flag. We see them consulting maps and looking through telescopes.

    Note: sections about tall bride's wedding, thrills at Gamisch and rough seas on the east coast are missing.

    Note: sound track missing from this story.

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