- Title: CF1853
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300 First Beer Delivered March 1933: Horse-drawn wagon drives out of yard of Kreugers' Brewery, Neward, NJ. Men loading barrels of beer onto wagon. Wagon through streets. Crowds. Various views Bar at Trommers' Brooklyn NY. Beer being served, men around bar, fast motion scenes.
20:01:41:00 - 20:04:41:00
301 FDR Program in Action 1933: Busload of girls arrive at Unemployment Womens Camp in Lake Tiorati, NY. Director Marion Tinker. Girls eating. Young men enroll in FDR's Forest Army, examinations. Men being fed. Off to work by bus. Men back to work at Dayton Ohio refrigerator plant. Rubber tire plant. Pottery factory. Miners. Steel factory. Long shot of factory complex.
20:04:50:00 - 20:05:52:00
302 FDR Speaks as U.S. Recognizes Russia 1933: FDR on stand. FDR speaks on agreement reached between two countries. Audience applauding, waving small American flags.
20:06:02:00 - 20:08:07:00
303 U.S. Warships Stand by as Communists Threaten Cuba 1933: (typical of the misunderstanding of the times, an inaccurate headline was used to head this news story) CU of Secretary of Navy, Swanson. Marines at Quantico, VA. Havana harbor, US ships in harbor, U.S.S. Mississippi, U.S.S. Indianapolis. Streets of Havana, several views. Machado foes rounded up. CU of former President Menocal. Havana streets. President De Cespedes greets officials. Marines on trucks. Officers n horseback in streets.
20:08:18:00 - 20:10:32:00
305 Eleanor Roosevelt Joins NRA 1933: Various scenes of women sorting mail. Large group postmen walking down steps of Main Post Office. Eleanor Roosevelt tacking up sign on her small furniture shop. Eleanor Roosevelt tells how pleased she is that her small factory can join NRA despite difficulty to small businesses, hopes others will join. Man puts NRA sign in delicatessen window. Man puts sign in barber shop window. Large NRA banner flies from flagpole. (NRA = National Recovery Administration)
20:10:41:00 - 20:13:25:00
307 Nation Welcomes Italy's General Balbo 1933: Crowds waiting at Floyd Bennett Field. Balbo's planes flying overhead. Crowds cheering. Planes landing in Jamaica Bay, NY. High shot of planes in water. Balbo arrives in barge. Balbo in crowds. Balbo in motorcade.
20:13:32:00 - 20:15:41:00
308 Three Dead in Indianapolis Speedway Classic 1933: Start of race. Race seen from stands. Two scenes of cars around curves. Race seen from behind spectators. Car out of control but driver escapes. CU cars past camera. Accident on track, men rush to bodies on track, three die in tragedy. Waving flag as winner comes in #36 Louis Meyer.
20:15:51:00 - 20:19:02:00
309 Chicago World's Fair 1933: Parade down Michigan Blvd., flag bearers. Soldiers march with rifles. Men on horseback. Auto bearing Rufus Dawes, Exposition President, and other officials. Air shot of parade on Michigan Avenue. Band. Girls on floats. Soldiers Field where James Farley will read message from FDR to open fair. James Farley reading message from FDR. Congratulates Chicago and wishes success to fair which is symbol of friendship among all nations, etc. Three air views of Fair. People walk down Avenue of Flags. Girls in costumes. Two scenes of visitors walking about Fair Grounds. Night fireworks display. LS of same. Illumination of face of FDR.
20:19:16:00 - 20:20:46:00
311 FDR Assassination Attempt - Cermak Slain - The Assassin Speaks 1933: FDR in open car, moments before attempted assassination. FDR stands and waves, sits down, shakes hands. Police in crowd, seconds after bullet hits Cermak, CU Mayor Cermak. Giuseppe Zangara, questioned in Miami prison where he awaits sentence. When asked whether he would again shoot the President if he had a chance, he answers that he would.
20:20:51:00 - 20:22:56:00
312 Germany Ignores the League of Nations: 1919: Versailles Peace Conference buildings, Interior view of delegates milling about, Closer shot of same, Delegates seated at tables, Delegates arriving by automobile, Interior scene of delegates, The Big Four: Lloyd George, Orlando, Clemenceau and Wilson. 1926: Germany joins the League, German Chancellor Hans Luther and Foreign Minister Gustav Steseman, Close-up of two, Flag, French troops in the Rhineland, German troops across the Rhine. 1933: German President von Hindenburg announces Germany will back Chancellor Hitler's demands, crowd, Hitler speaking, Britain's Sir John Simon proposing that Germany be allowed to re-arm gradually. 1936: German troops march into Rhineland.
20:23:19:00 - 20:24:57:00
313 World Series New York 4 - Washington 1 1933: Managers Terry and Cronin shake hands. CU Terry. Photographers take pictures of Giants. Babe Ruth chats with Cronin. Crowd. Some highlights from game, first we see Hubbell pitching and Cronin batting in a run, then Red Schulte hits into a double play, but the big hit was Mel Ott's two run home run in the first inning with Joe Moore scoring ahead of Ottie.
20:25:03:00 - 20:26:59:00
315 Notre Dame defeats Army 1933: Cadets march into Yankee Stadium, crowd. Army kickoff is returned to 45 yard line by Millner of Notre Dame. Notre Dame pass by Carideo is intercepted by Army's Bucknam. Johnson scores to give Army 12-0 lead, Army cheerleaders. Notre Dame completes long pass. Luckats of Notre Dame scores touchdown from one yard line to cut lead to 12-7. Simons of Army attempts to kick but Wayne Millner of Notre Dame blocks kick and falls on ball for winning touchdown.
20:27:04:00 - 20:29:13:00
316 Army Defeats Navy 12-7 November 25, 1933: Army kickoff to Navy. Army intercepts Navy pass. The big play: Buckler of Army goes 25 yards for the winning touchdown to give Army a 12-7 lead. Army intercepts a Navy pass. Navy's touchdown in the first period, Baumberger goes 38 yards for touchdown that gave Navy 7-6 lead at that point. Middies cheering. The long run of the day: in the first period, Paul Johnson of Army took a Navy punt and went 81 yards for a touchdown that gave Army a 6-0 lead, Cadets cheer.
20:29:21:00 - 20:31:01:00
317 Kentucky Derby 1933: Horses parade to post. Fans making wagers on race. They're Off. Race in progress. Crowds. Broker's Tip #16 noses out Head Play #9 in stretch. The Winner's Circle.
20:31:10:00 - 20:32:33:00
318 Fashion and Beauty 1933: Group shot of models displaying pants, the latest note in women's styles. One shows a trim outfit with white ducks, another takes off her skirt dons the pants. Mannish topcoats are also part of the ensemble.
20:32:40:00 - 20:35:50:00
319 Dionne Quints Capture the World 1935: Dionne home, washlines, CU Mr. and Mrs. Dionne, Group shot of guardians appointed by Canadian Government: George K. Morrison (storekeeper), W.H. Alderson (Ontario Red Cross), Dr. Ellen Roy Dafoe (doctor), Oliver Dionne (babies' grandfather). CU of same people, Nurse, house built to accommodate nurses, nurses, Dr. Dafoe into car, car pulls up at Dionne home, Dafoe enters Dionne home. Interior of home, Dafoe chats about the Quints. Interior of home, conversation between Dr. Dafoe and nurses.
20:35:56:00 - 20:37:13:00
320 Dust Storms Peril Midwest 1934: Dust covered farm affected by the drought. Cars riding through street during dust storm. Dust blowing over fields. Cow grazing in barren field. Scene of man scooping up dry soil and parched crops.
20:37:22:00 - 20:40:59:00
321 Morro Castle Burns - 134 September 1934: LS Morro Castle before tragedy. Morro Castle docking. Air view of Morro Castle in flames. People along beach of New Jersey coast. People wave from Morro Castle lifeboat. People watch bodies being brought from water. Lifeguards bringing bodies out of water. People on beach. Bodies on dock are carried above and placed on porch. Bodies in porch. The Monarch of Bermuda docked in New York (ship which picked up 71 survivors.) Friends and relatives of people who were on Morro Castle arrive at pier to see if they were among the survivors. Survivors being removed from Monarch of Bermuda. People on deck of City of Savannah (one of the 4 liners at the scene of disaster) Survivors removed from City of Savannah Ambulance takes survivors to hospitals. Some survivors are able to walk. Doctor relates details of disaster and problems of rescue. Family of a survivor. Man tells of locating his sister and nephew, but still hasn't located his brother-in-law and nephew. Captain of the Monarch of Bermuda says he was glad he was able to be of use in rescue, saved 71 passengers.
20:41:09:00 - 20:42:14:00
326 William C. Bullitt, First Ambassador to Moscow 1934: Train carrying Bullitt pulls into Russian station, CU Bullitt and his daughter Ann, CU Troyanovsky, Soviet Ambassador to US. Bullitt and daughter walking, In formal dress, Bullitt arrives at the Kremlin, Greeted by Soviet Foreign Department, US and Soviet hats side by side, Bullitt walks into room where Kalinin awaits him, Bullitt poses with Kalinin and Foreign Minister Litvinov, Bullitt and Kalinin shake hands.
20:42:16:00 - 20:45:05:00
328 Germans Mourn Hindenburg August 1934: Flag at half mast. Hindenburg lies dead, Music track over film of funeral. Funeral, Music track over funeral scenes, Funereal scenes, Hitler speaks in German on Hindenburg, More funeral scenes, CU Iron Cross.
20:45:16:00 - 20:47:01:00
329 Professional Football Championship Game New York Giants 30 vs. Chicago Bears 13, December 9, 1934: Bear pass intercepted by Giants, lateral on runback for good gain. Danowski completes pass near goal line but Giants are stalled. In second period Nagurski gains around right side for Bears, then Nagurski around left side, then Nagurski for TD. Crowd. Nagurski goes for long gain. Nagurski through middle for long gain. Crowd at half-time. Giants don sneakers to gain better footing on icy turf. Ed Danowski passes to Ike Frankian for Giant TD, Frankian catches ball on rebound from a Bear who almost intercepted pass. Ken Strong takes Danowski handoff and goes for TD. Strong goes for another TD.
20:47:07:00 - 20:49:40:00
330 Baseball All Star Game July 10, 11934: Bill Terry of NL and Joe Cronin of AL, the rival managers. New York's Mayor LaGuardia and Commissioner Landis enjoy a joke. Crowd. Starting pitchers Hubbell of Giants and Gomez of Yankees. Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, and Jimmy Foxx. Walter Johnson in Cleveland uniform. Lefty Gomez warming up. LaGuardia throws out the first ball. Hubbell striking out Ruth, Gehrig and Foxx. Earl Averill hits a triple, he also doubled for AL team. Al Simmons hits a double in the 5th inning, Red Ruffing singles for two runs.
20:49:46:00 - 20:52:02:00
332 Navy Defeats Army 3 - 0 December 1, 1934: Cadets march. Navy marches in mud at Franklin Field. Rubbers lost by marchers as they enter the field. Army kicks off to Navy. Navy gain from own 25 yard line. Army kicks - Navy return. Crowd with umbrellas. Referee with mud covered football and uniform. Navy forward lateral gains yardage. Navy kicks field goal from 11 yard line for 3 -0 victory. Crowds swarm onto field. Middies tear down goal posts. Crowd leaves.
20:52:09:00 - 20:53:41:00
333 Kentucky Derby 1934: Churchill Downs. Crowds. Horses go to post. They're Off. The race. Cavalcade #11 defeats Discovery #7in stretch drive. Cavalcade and jockey Mack Garner.
20:53:48:00 - 20:55:13:00
334 Columbia Upsets Stanford in Rose Bowl, 7 - 0 1934: Fans sitting in the rain. Columbia returns Stanford kickoff. Columbia makes long gain. Stanford makes long gain. Columbia returns Stanford punt. Columbia's Montgomery throws long pass complete to Tony Matal. Barabas scores for Columbia on KF-79 hidden-ball-reverse play.
20:55:15:00 - 20:56:57:00
335 Fashions for Lunch, Cocktails and Dinner 1934: Clock indicates the time of day. Luncheon at St. Regis. Miss New York enters the dining room with her escort, wearing a two piece outfit. The wool cape is bordered with silver fox. Hat is also trimmed with a fox tail. Outfit was designed by Hattie Caarnegie. For the Cocktail hour Miss New York wears a mink coat with large cape collar. Her simple black dress is trimmed with a lace collar and lace-covered buttons down the back to the waist. The dress is accented with leg-of-mutton sleeves. For dinner, a white ermine evening wrap reaching to within three inches of the ankle. Coat is worn over black full-length gown with tiny T straps. A large bunch of flower is worn at the V of the neckline. Dining companion wears a white satin gown with small cape lined in white satin. Gown is accented with a draped effect from waist to hemline.
20:57:00:00 - 20:58:10:00
336 Auto Show Features The Car of 1950 1935: Pan past ford to Cord. Man and woman enter new Packard. Man and woman by new Buick. Woman enters trunk of Buick to show roominess. Pan (R to L) of new Cord. CU hidden headlights. Under the hood. Couple enters car to show ease of entrance, even with high hat. Front view of car.
20:58:16:00 - 21:00:16:00
337 George Bernard Shaw Speaks on Hitler and Germany 1935: Shaw speaking.
21:00:24:00 - 20:21:01:57:00
338 Hitler's 46th Birthday Parade April 20, 1935: Drum major on horseback, leading parade. High shot massed soldiers. LS Hitler and Field Marshall Von Mochenson reviewing Imperial and Nazi army. Reichswehr infantry marching past Hitler. Other branches of services marching.
21:02:04:00 - 21:03:08:00
339 TVA in Action 1935: Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt chatting with officials of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Mrs. Roosevelt and party enter lift to view Norris Dam from the air. Air scenes of the Dam under construction. Dam in operation - water flowing through locks.
21:03:11:00 - 21:06:40:00
344 Lindbergh Baby Kidnapped: The Case Against Bruno Richard Hauptmann 1935: Exterior of Courthouse at Hunterdon County, New Jersey, newsreel truck, interior of courthouse, Attorney General Willentz enters, Hauptmann, CU of indictment, the Lindbergh estate at Hopewell, NJ, the baby, Mrs. Lindbergh in court, Betty Gow, the baby's nurse, re-creation of way ladder was used in crime, ladder in court, CU ransom notes, search for baby, CU William Allen, man who discovered baby's body, gas station where Hauptmann passed bills, CU attendant who helped trace Hauptmann, Hauptmann in police line-up, ransom money found in Hauptmann's garage, baby's sleeping garment identified by nurse and Mrs. Lindbergh.
21:06:48:00 - 21:08:24:00
345 Hauptmann's Statement from Behind Bars 1935: Exterior shots Trenton NJ State Prison, Guard watching. Hauptmann speaking.
21:08:32:00 - 21:09:52:00
346 Baseball All Star Game July 8, 1935: Pan of Cleveland Stadium. Managers Cochrane (L) of AL and Frisch of NL. LR Gehrig, Cronin, Foxx and Simmons. Dizzy Dean, of Cardinals, in dugout. Bill Walker of Cardinals, Gehringer hits double. Gomez pitches - Arky Vaughn hits double. Crowd. Jimmy Foxx hits home run.
21:09:58:00 - 21:10:55:00
348 Kentucky Derby 1935: Crowd in rain. Horses to post. They're Off. Race in Progress. Omaha defeats Roman Soldier in stretch drive. Omaha and jockey Willie Saunders receive traditional roses.
21:10:59:00 - 21:13:04:00
349 Rose Bowl Alabama 29 to Stanford 13 1935: Various shots of Rose Parade. Crowds in stands. Alabama kicks off. Stanford moves deep in 'Bama territory. Stanford scores from one foot line. Howell runs for good gain for Alabama. Howell passes for TD for Alabama to Don Hutson. Howell runs for long TD.
21:13:10:00 - 21:15:33:00
350 Fashion and Beauty 1935: Man in double breasted suit with vest. James Hannon of Yale, demonstrates a golf outfit. Close up of feet showing shoes and checked hose. Lester Barres of Yale, former All-American football player, demonstrates tennis togs. Joy Ryle, baseball and golf star from Yale and NYU, shows a county sports combination. Group shot of bridal party, Lucius Beebe is the groom and Tony Williams the best man. Close up of the groom. Model shows evening gown with feathered jacket. Model shows print gown with black feathered jacket. Model shows dress with military cape. Tableau showing Lady Furness (black) and Mrs. Vanderbilt (print) viewing models displaying latest creations at Madame Sonia's as they join the ranks of designers. Close up this gown has a military cape. Another, a taffeta bouffant dinner ensemble and again a Red Riding hood. Mrs. Vanderbilt laughing at one of her gowns. Mrs. Vanderbilt looks at sleeve of gown.
21:15:42:00 - 21:18:51:00
351 War in Ethiopia 1936: Mussolini. Italian soldiers on troop ship. Italian soldiers on march in Ethiopia. General Emilio De Bono and his aide de camp on horseback. Tanks coming up road and mountains they must overcome. Emperor Haile Selassie reads document of mobilization. Tribesmen beat drums. Small Ethiopian army marching. Colors raised (Ethiopian Army). Ethiopian troops in Addis Ababa, load guns on mules, charge across field. Mussolini's son, pilot. Italian planes in air. Flame throwers on ground.
21:18:55:00 - 21:21:25:00
352 Abdication of Edward VIII 1936: King Edward reviewing troops. King Edward on horseback. King Edward walking, putting on hat. The Riviera where the King and Mrs. Simpson became friends. King in group. King in small craft. King and Mrs. Simpson (with large hat) in craft. King and Mrs. Simpson through window. Headlines tell story of crisis. British buy papers. British wait outside of Buckingham Palace for news. King seated at table to make announcement. Titles of his statement. CU King Edward. New King and Queen walking to camera. CU of George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Ten year old Princess Elizabeth, next in line to throne, walks to camera. CU Princess Elizabeth.
21:21:34:00 - 21:22:47:00
353 US Keeps Reds on Run 1936: MS Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Maxim Litvinoff, Russian Commissar of Foreign Affairs. Strike violence, strikers and police battle. Deserted San Francisco streets. Union Square and 14th Street, headquarters of Communist Party. Speakers at outdoor rallies. May Day Parade.
21:22:53:00 - 21:25:09:00
354 Cardinal Pacelli Receives Fordham Law Degree November 1, 1936: Int. auditorium, Fordham U. Glee Club seated; faculty members in academic gowns in FG. Pacelli up to speaker's stand. Audience applauds. Pacelli speaks: This gracious reception to your Alma Mater I greatly appreciate, for I know that your words of greeting are sincere and indicative of your loyalty to the Holy See. As Pacelli walks away Glee Club is heard. Pacelli leads prayer. Pacelli walks off, procession out of auditorium, Pacelli, Spellman, and others.
21:25:18:00 - 21:28:48:00
358 Republican Convention in Cleveland 1936: Exterior - Ex-president Herbert Hoover is greeted by cheering crowd, Chairman of Welcoming Committee presents him with official badge as honored guest of Convention. Mr. Hoover responds to welcome, waves CU. Interior Convention Hall - Mr. Hoover is escorted to podium, greeted by cheering delegates, responds to ovation, waves. Mr. Hoover speaks, Attacks New Deal, Calls upon Republicans. Prolonged cheering for Mr. Hoover. Alfred Mossman Landon of Kansas is nominated for Presidential candidate, crowd. LS of Convention delegates during voting. Tally clerk announces results of first ballot: Alfred M. Landon of Kansas, having received a majority of the votes of this convention, I do declare that he is the candidate of the Republican party for President of the United States. Cheering crowd. Landon demonstration, banners, CU various delegates, Landon and Knox banners, CU portrait of Landon. Exterior night shots on grounds of Kansas residence of Mr. Landon, crowds, Mr. and Mrs. Landon posing behind bank of microphones. They wave to well wishers.
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