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News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Two Thousand Guineas

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
516A
Date Released
26 Apr 1939
Date submitted
24 Apr 1939
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Joseph Lyons’ Funeral
  2. 2News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Shakespeare Day at Stratford
  3. 3News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: The King’s Scouts at Windsor
  4. 4News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: M Gafencu in London
  5. 5News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Winston Churchill of "Compulsion"
  6. 6News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Conscription in Britain
  7. 7News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: The Chancellor and His Budget
  8. 8News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: The American Fleet Moves to Pacific
  9. 9News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Barbara Hutton
  10. 10News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Col. Lindbergh
  11. 11News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: The West Indians at Lord’s
  12. 12News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Two Thousand Guineas

Story

Story No. within this Issue
12 / 12
Section Title
News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: A 2,000 Guineas Race. DESCRIPTION: The first Classic of the Season is run at Newmarket and won by "Admiral’s Walk". SHOTLIST: At Newmarket, horses parade before the race and among them is Mr Esmond Harmsworth’s "His Highness", and Lord Rosebery’s "Blue Peter". After the race, Lord Rosebery leads in the winner "Blue Peter" who won from "Admiral’s Walk".
Keywords
Sport; Horse racing; Economics; Business and commerce
Footage sources
Great Britain
Card file number
36692
Credits:
Commentator
Alan Howland
Commentator
Leslie Mitchell
Length of story (in feet)
47
Story extras:

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