• Short Summary

    Review of events in 1922 including Irish Troubles, war between Greece and Turkey and developments in aviation and radio.

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    Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened.

    Reel 3.

    01:13:45 - Title - "Time to Remember. Part Two. 1922."

    01:13:50 - America - huge crowds turn out to greet former French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau, aged 81. Various shots of crowd scenes with troops marching past and cars driving through ticker tape parade. C/U of Clemenceau speaking. L/S of crowds waving. M/S of Clemenceau in observation car on train, C/U of him and another man.

    01:14:39 - Good L/S of Capitol building in Washington, the camera pans down to huge crowds gathered outside. C/U of President Warren G. Harding making passionate speech.

    01:14:51 - Various shots of American football game. L/S of crowds waving, more shots of the game and crowds. L/S of crowds on the pitch. L/S as the camera pans down to men painting the Brooklyn Bridge, various shots as they make their way down, one of the men drops his paint pot and dives into the river to get it.

    01:15:44 - L/S of aeroplanes taking off, M/S of a man running a book. M/S of Portuguese airmen Cabral and Continha sat at a table looking at a map. M/S as their aeroplane is wheeled out.

    01:16:07 - C/U Raoul Pescara. M/S of his helicopter design with four propellors on top of each other which rotate in opposite directions, it leaves the ground for a few seconds then bumps down again.

    End of Reel 3 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.

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    01:13:45:00 / 01:16:22:00
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