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Shall We See This? Two of America’s Most Famous Teams, the Grants and the White Sox, Have Left the States to Teach US Baseball

Series

Series Name
Gaumont Graphic

Issue

Issue No.
1417
Date Released
20 Oct 1924
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1The Cesarewitch. An Immense Crowd Witnessed the Aga Khan’s Victory with Charley’s Mount - A Rank Outsider
  2. 2Shall We See This? Two of America’s Most Famous Teams, the Grants and the White Sox, Have Left the States to Teach US Baseball
  3. 3So’westers and Oilskins - Hardy Sons of the Sea from South-East Coast Attend Service for Sea-Farers
  4. 4Native War Dance - Staged by the Natives at the Robinson Deep Mines, South Africa to Entertain Delegates of British Empire Service League
  5. 5Earl Beatty at County Hall - Unveils Tablet to Members of London County Council Who Fell in the Great War
  6. *Prime Minister In The Midlands

* Story has local or special distribution

Story

Summary
MLVs baseball game and LV scoreboard. [SUBTITLE]: NOT THE REF. MERELY AN INTERESTED SPECTATOR. MLV and SCU dog. MLV pan player running. TLV player making run on pitch.
Keywords
Sport; Animals
Library number GR
Not in book.
Length of story (in feet)
54

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Film Archive

Name
Reuters Archive Licensing: Screen Ocean
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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.
Series held
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