Review Of 1934 1934

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Full title reads: "REVIEW OF 1934".

A nice title with cockerel in a big David's star - six angles - shining and illuminated signs reading: "PATHE GAZETTE COVERS THE WORLD FOR NEWS BRITISH 100% 1910 - 1934"

A new title appears: 'PATHE GAZETTE - REVIEW OF 1934"

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Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
10684
Sort Number:
34/104
Time in/Out:
01:16:43:00 / 01:26:29:00
Canister:
34/104
Film ID:
811.13
Issue Date:
28/12/1934

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