Review Of The Year 1946 1946

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Title reads: "Review of the Year 1946".

London.

Various shots of editors of the national daily newspapers attend a luncheon held by Pathe to select the outstanding news items of the year. The editors are: Arthur Christiansen (Daily Express), Charles Eade (Sunday Dispatch), A. L. Cranfield...

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Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
46191
Sort Number:
46/104
Time in/Out:
01:14:47:00 / 01:24:39:00
Canister:
46/104
Film ID:
1418.05
Issue Date:
30/12/1946

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