• Short Summary

    International news stories in brief.

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    Full title reads: "News in a Nutshell". International news stories in brief.

    Duke of Roxburghes' Wedding, Westminster Abbey, London. Duke is marrying Lady Mary Crewe (daughter of Marquis of Crewe). We see bridge getting out of car with father. Interior shot of bride and father walking up aisle. Bride and Groom walk out of cathedral and past guard of honour formed by Royal Horse Guards. The happy couple get into a car and drive away.

    Coal Dust Explosion Tests, United States of America (USA). M/S of miners walking out of mine shaft, with sign reading 'US Bureau of Mines Experimental Mine'. They are testing new explosive that does not ignite coal dust. Various shots of explosions, some using new explosive, compared with others using normal explosives.

    Cardiff v. All Blacks, Wales. Various shots of rugby match between Cardiff and New Zealand national team. All Blacks win by 20 points to 5.

    Winged War in the United States of America (Langley Field, Virginia, USA). Various shots, some aerial, of American Army aeroplanes demonstrating their fighting skills. We see the squadron swooping over field and firing machine guns at targets.

    Intertitle reads: "Parliament prorogued. Royal Proclamation read from steps of Royal Exchange".

    London. Representative of King George V (in robes and wig) reads from scroll. Behind him stand two men in robes and tricorne hats. The representative announces the dissolution of Parliament on the 19th November 1935 by Royal Proclamation of the King.

    Note: transferred from a combined print - sound bit wobbly in places, especially at start of Royal Proclamation.

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    Film ID:
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    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:01:35:00 / 01:05:56:00

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