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Movietone’s War Time News - Reported by Leslie Mitchell: Trailer: Skeleton in the Cupboard

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
758A
Date Released
16 Dec 1943
Date submitted
13 Dec 1943
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Movietone’s War Time News - Reported by Leslie Mitchell: The Night-Fighter Who Got Three
  2. 2Movietone’s War Time News - Reported by Leslie Mitchell: The Battle of Italy
  3. 3Movietone’s War Time News - Reported by Leslie Mitchell: The Battle of New Guinea
  4. 4Movietone’s War Time News - Reported by Leslie Mitchell: The Toulon Scuttling
  5. 5Movietone’s War Time News - Reported by Leslie Mitchell: Trailer: Skeleton in the Cupboard

Story

Story No. within this Issue
5 / 5
Section Title
Movietone’s War Time News - Reported by Leslie Mitchell
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Salvage of Succibu - Trailer - Save bones. SHOTLIST: Animation - Shots of George the ghost who lives in a brewery at Chalfont St Giles. Shots of posters outside a cinema. George sitting in the cinema watching a trailer. Non-animation - Shots of a pile of bones, tanks moving along. Bonemeal, chicks. Bones in a oven. CU bones. SHot of George getting up out of his seat. Outside cinema dustbin with ‘Bones’ on it. George floats into the bin. George floats out of the bin and looks like a bullet, seen chasing hitler. Women putting a skeleton into a bin.
Local distribution only
Trailer
Keywords
Salvage; Public information
Footage sources
Ministry of Information
Card file number
44355
Credits:
Commentator
Leslie Mitchell
Story extras:

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