News In A Nutshell Sidcup, Philadelphia,… 1937

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    Full title reads: "NEWS IN A NUTSHELL".

    HILL CLIMB IN SIDCUP

    Sidcup, Kent.
    Motorcycle hill climb at Sidcup. Various shots of the men on motorcycles climbing a hill on their bikes, some successful, some not. Crowds watching from the side.
    There is no mention of this item in the original paperwork for this issue. It probably belongs to another issue.

    PHILADELPHIA

    Philadelphia, United States of America.
    Various shots of a barge on fire. There are large barrels on the barge - looks like the fuel is in them. A ship is trying to get closer to a fire - probably the fire brigade. Several shots of the burning barge, the fire, smoke and the other ship.
    There is no mention of this item in the original paperwork for this issue. There is an item BLAZING BARGE IN PHILADELPHIA in the Newsreel issue 37/30 which is currently missing. It is possible that this is the missing story.

    POLAND

    Various shots of the flooded countryside and villages in winter - snow and ice floating on the surface of water, some houses in water up to the roof. People blasting the ice on the river - several blasts and smoke are seen.
    There is no mention of this item in the original paperwork for this issue. There is an item FLOODS IN POLAND in the Newsreel issue 37/30 which is currently missing. It is possible that this is the missing story.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    17/05/1937
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    13523
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    921.19
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:56:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:59:04:00 / 02:01:00:00
    Canister:
    37/39
    Sort Number:
    37/039
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