James Steward and his wife visit the Museum of El Prado, in Madrid, and attentively hear the explanation given them concerning the treasures housed in the first Spanish art gallery.
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Background: James Steward and his wife visit the Museum of El Prado, in Madrid, and attentively hear the explanation given them concerning the treasures housed in the first Spanish art gallery.
Invited by the Studies Sevilla Film, he visits the different sets and enquires with great interest about the trend of Spanish film production.
Stewart was awarded the Oscar by Hollywood's Academy in 1940 for his interpretation in "Histories of Philadelphia".
Stewart accompanied by his wife also visits "NO-DO" where together with Mr. Kendall, film Attache of the American Embassy, they are greeted by the newsreel's executives and technicians. He shows a marked interest in all our installations which he examines minutely. "NO-DO" is library in which film records of many years are kept, calls his attention.
He stops awhile in the Cameramen room and then goes to the sound-recording department.
In the set he encourages Mrs. Stewart to say something in Spanish but she answers that she is contented with having one actor in the family. the famous star speaks:
He expresses his pleasure on visiting us and states that it is interesting to know how the news subjects and documentary films made in Spain and sent all over the world, serve to show to the different countries, among them the United States, the beauties of our country