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[Newsclips from various newsreels [Newsclips from various newsreels. No. 13].
Moving Image
World War, 1914-1918.
Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous--War use.
Gas masks.
World War, 1914-1918--United States.
World War, 1914-1918--Hospitals.
Spanische Reitschule (Vienna, Austria)
Lipizzaner horse--Austria--Vienna.
Dresden (Germany)--Description and travel.
Elbe River (Czech Republic and Germany)--Description and travel.
River boats--Elbe River (Czech Republic and Germany)
Dempsey, Jack, 1895-1983.
Tunney, Gene, 1897-1978.
Boxing matches--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
Boxing matches--Illinois--Chicago.
Silent films.
Genre Form
Motion pictures
Motion pictures
motion pictures
Identified By
Lccn: 95508900
In the first newsclip, American soldiers release gas from a tank and soldiers in a trench remove the fumes with tools that look like shovels. In the second newsclip, which appears to be a dramatic recreation, American and German soldiers engage in hand-to-hand combat. A nurse attends to a soldier in a hospital. In the third newsclip, members of the Royal School of Riding in Vienna, Austria, put their horses through their paces as they practice their fancy equine footwork. In the fourth newsclip, scenes of Dresden are shown and then the camera takes a boat trip on the Elbe and views the magnificent cliffs along the river. In the fifth newsclip, Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney warm up for their championship bout on September 23, 1926 in Sesquicentennial Stadium in Philadelphia. The crowds wait outside the stadium and then pour in to take their seats. The two boxers enter the ring. Federal regulations prevent showing the actual fight, which Tunney wins to become the champion. In the sixth newsclip, the biggest crowd ever to attend a sporting event fills Soldier Field in Chicago on September 22, 1927 to watch Tunney and Dempsey fight for the title again. The boxers enter the ring, but Federal regulations still prevent showing the bout. In the seventh round, Tunney is on the mat, but he gets up and the fight goes the full ten rounds. Tunney wins the decision.
Table Of Contents
"How the German 'gassers' do their dirty work and how a trench is cleared of noxious fumes," Universal animated weekly, [Vol. 6, issue no. 16?] / Universal Film Manufacturing Company, [1918?] (22 ft.)
"War means murder, maiming, destruction and death
look at
," Fox news / Fox Film Corporation, [1924?] (62 ft.)
"The monarchy is gone, but the Royal School of Riding remains, training its famed white steeds, Vienna, Austria," Fox news / Fox Film Corporation, [1924?] (146 ft.)
"The river boats of Dresden, the Elbe in and around the Saxon capital," Pathé review. [No. 6?] / Pathé Exchange, [1925?] (266 ft.)
"First pictures of the Dempsey-Tunney championship fight, Sesquicentennial Stadium, Phila., Pa.," International newsreel, [vol. 8], no. 78 / International Newsreel Corporation, 1926 (315 ft.)
"Tunney wins! Chicago, Gene defeats Jack Dempsey & keeps championship!" a Kinograms special, no. 5329 / Kinograms Publishing Corp., 1927 (167 ft.).
Authorized Access Point
Universal Film Manufacturing Company. [Newsclips from various newsreels. No. 13]
Authorized Access Point Variant
Fox Film Corporation. [Newsclips from various newsreels. No. 13]
Pathé Exchange. [Newsclips from various newsreels. No. 13]
International Newsreel Corporation. [Newsclips from various newsreels. No. 13]
Kinograms Publishing Corp. [Newsclips from various newsreels. No. 13]
AFI/Rubin (Howard) Collection (Library of Congress) [Newsclips from various newsreels. No. 13]