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Topic: Newsreel

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  Newsreel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A newsreel is a documentary film that is regularly released in a public presentation place containing filmed news stories.
An example of a newsreel story is in the film Citizen Kane (which was prepared by RKO's actual newsreel staff), which includes a fictional newsreel that summarizes the life of the title character.
Die Deutsche Wochenschau – (The German Weekly Newsreel) A reel is housed in the Motion Picture Collection of the Harry S. Truman Library, (MP85-1), and includes historic footage of the Allied landings and combat at Normandy France, July 1944, from the Nazi perspective.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Newsreel   (256 words)

 Newsreel: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
World war ii was a global conflict that started on 7 july 1937 in asia and 1 september 1939 in europe and lasted until 1945, involving the...
The national film board of canada (or nfb) is a canadian public film-making organization organized to both fund and produce films that educate canadians and promote...
No-do is the abbreviation for noticiarios y documentales (news and documentaries), and the popular name for the state-controlled cinema newsreels produced...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/n/ne/newsreel.htm   (931 words)

 California Newsreel - Links Page
The Slave Trade - the Spartacus Internet Encyclopedia Slave Trade search site including information on slave life, events and issues, anti-slavery groups and campaigners, legislation and much more.
California Newsreel welcomes your submissions to our Internet resources list.
If you have comments about our list, or can recommend a site to add, please send us an e-mail at contact@newsreel.org.
www.newsreel.org /nav/links.asp   (199 words)

 The Walter Lantz Cartune Encyclopedia: Cartune Profiles: Woody Woodpecker
Of course, with the constant pecking of heads and explosions, ABC felt the show needed more educational value in the program.
By the early 1960s, the "moments" were replaced with a corny segment called Woody's Newsreel.
No comedic value whatsoever were in these, it was just fl-and-white footage of various subjects, like sports, aviation, and farming, narrated by Lantz.
lantz.goldenagecartoons.com /profiles/woody   (1615 words)

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