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Birmingham Snow Scenes

Series

Series Name
Gaumont British News

Issue

Issue No.
215
Date Released
20 Jan 1936
Length of issue (in feet)
803
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Snow Scenes in England
  2. 2Snow Scenes in England - including
  3. 3President Roosevelt Speaks on American Neutrality
  4. 4England and Wales Rugby International Drawn at Wales
  5. 5Roving Camera Reports: Fashion Parade on Los Angeles - Palm Springs Air Trip
  6. 6Roving Camera Reports: Madame Stavisky Acquitted
  7. 7Roving Camera Reports: Eighteen Mile Aqueduct from Boulder Dam to Los Angeles
  8. 8Car Racing and Crashes at Ascot Speedway, Los Angeles
  9. 9Australian Scots in Victoria Troop the Colour on St Andrew’s Day
  10. 10Announcement of the King’s Illness
  11. 11Title Stating the King Had Improved
  12. *Birmingham Snow Scenes
  13. *Birmingham Snow Scenes
  14. *England and Wales Rugby International
  15. *Mr J Bernerd at Glasgow Students’ Charities Day
  16. *Salmon Fishing Season Begins on Loch Tay
  17. *Madame Stavisky Innocent
  18. *Mr Rudyard Kipling’s Death
  19. *CEA Dinner at Manchester
  20. *CEA Dinner at Manchester
  21. *The "West Hika" Aground at Seaham

* Story has local or special distribution

Story

Summary
Including swan on frozen lake.
Local distribution only
Birmingham release only
Keywords
Weather; Animals
Length of story (in feet)
22
Story extras:

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Film Archive

Name
Reuters Archive Licensing: Screen Ocean
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Phone
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Address
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Notes
British Pathe Ltd (qv) also handles the Reuters Historical Collection, which includes the British Paramount, Empire British, Gaumont Graphic and Gaumont British newsreels.
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