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Hearst Metrotone News Vol. 3 #220 (1931)

This Hearst newsreel shows comedian Ted Healy at a function in Chicago donating radios to poor children; a horse race; President Hoover and his wife being serenaded by the Capital ... See full summary »

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Herbert Hoover ...
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This Hearst newsreel shows comedian Ted Healy at a function in Chicago donating radios to poor children; a horse race; President Hoover and his wife being serenaded by the Capital University choir; shopgirls in Paris, France; an awards ceremony by the National 4-H clubs; a Chicago printer who won the Irish Sweepstakes; a group of women pushing for the reform of Prohibition; the automation of the bells of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City; lion cubs in a zoo in Europe;; a water carnival in Palm Springs, CA; and the highlights of a football game between the University of Southern California and Washington University. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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5 December 1931 (USA)  »

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