U.S. Baltimore: Two boys find gold coins buried in cellar; New Jersey: Hauptmann taken to?
SLATE INFORMATION: FLASHES FROM U.S. Baltimore: Two boys find gold coins buried in cellar. Law says 'finding's keeping' so they're richer by ????6,000
U.S.A.: 2 Boys Find Gold Coins worth GBP6.000. in cellar. Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. Tilt down house where money was found. CU. of window to cellar. Semi view 2 boys pose for camera. CU. of money on table. CU. pouring gold cut of can. CU. hands holding gold coins.
Sound Effects: off-stage voice talks about finding of Gold.
SLATE INFORMATION: New Jersey: Hauptmann taken to state prison, pending his appeal
New Jersey, U.S.A. Gen. view of Trento Prison. CU. of tower. Semi view pan. of policeman on prison tower with rifle. Long view of Hauptmann out of car in front of Prison. Gen. view of Hauptmann taken into Prison.
Sound Effects: Off-stage voice describes Hauptmann being taken to State Prison. Hauptmann says, "I go in as an Innocent man".
SLATE INFORMATION: Cornish, Maine: World's biggest bobsled takes entire village for a joy ride.
U.S.A.: Largest Bob-sled in World. Cornish, Maine, U.S.A. Gen. view of sled with about 150 people aboard. Top view of sled towards and under camera. Travel shot from sled. Shot of sled round bend and towards. Long view of traffic being held up and sled passing. Night scene of people on sled past holding torches.
Sound Effects: Off-stage voice talks about new sled and says that it can carry about 150 people.
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Background: U.S. Baltimore: Two boys find gold coins buried in cellar; New Jersey: Hauptmann taken to state prison, pending his appeal; Cornish, Maine: World's biggest bobsled in action.