• Short Summary

    First US female Ambassador, Ambassadors meet in Paris, Jack Warner receives French medal.

  • Description

    Unused / unissued footage - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.

    American newsreel titles read: 'PEOPLE IN THE NEWS'.

    Intertitles read: 'FIRST WOMAN TO BE US AMBASSADOR' - Lake Success, New York, United States of America.

    M/S of America's first woman Ambassador (to Denmark), Mrs Eugenie Anderson, alighting from car. M/S as she is congratulated by the Danish delegation to the United Nations.

    Intertitles read: 'US AMBASSADORS MEET IN PARIS' - France.

    M/S of car driving up to meeting place. M/S of High Commissioner for Germany John L McCloy and another man arriving. Elevated shot of roving Ambassador to the European Aid Nations Averell Harriman being greeted by US Ambassador to Britain, Lewis Douglas. M/S of American Ambassadors Kirk from Moscow and David Bruce from Paris. M/S of American Ambassador to Italy James Dunn and Lewis Douglas from London seated at table with McCloy.

    Intertitles read: 'NEW FRENCH HONORS FOR JACK L WARNER' - somewhere in United States of America.

    C/U of movie mogul / producer / studio head Jack L Warner having award pinned on his lapel. It is the cross of an officer of the French Legion of Honor in recognition of his continued services to France. French Consul Alexandre de Menziarly kisses him on both cheeks. Pan down to medal. (Looks like this is Warner's office at the studio in Hollywood - Oscar statuettes and pictures on the walls in the background.)

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    Film ID:
    Media URN:
    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:38:25:00 / 01:39:19:00
    UN 2193 G

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