MCA/Universal Pictures Collection, 1929 - 1967. Motion Picture Releases of the Universal Newsreel Library, 1929 - 1967. Universal Newsreel Volume 36, Release 15, 2/14/1963

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MCA/Universal Pictures Collection, 1929 - 1967. Motion Picture Releases of the Universal Newsreel Library, 1929 - 1967. Universal Newsreel Volume 36, Release 15, 2/14/1963

1963

The original release sheet reads: IRAQI REVOLT: PRO-REDS OUSTED IN MILITARY COUP: General Abdel Kassem goes down before a firing squad as the Army revolts against his pro-Red rule. The dictator for 5 years, he made a fatal mistake of firing 58 top Generals and replacing them with Communists. HIKE TO HEALTH???? 50 MILE JAUNTS not FOR EVERYONE: Twelve Boy Scouts visit the White House to report to the President on Scout activities with the theme of "Strengthen America...Be Prepared...Be Fit." They reward Robert Kennedy for making a 5O-mile hike and the U.S. Marines and everybody else seem to be out walking all over the place. ROYAL WELCOME: NEW ZEALAND GREETS QUEEN: The Maoris who came from Polynesia 600 years ago welcome Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip to New Zealand. Now loyal subjects, they perform their traditional war dances for the ruler before she goes to Aukland for the Royal Regatta. CANINE CLASSIC: 2,500 COMPETE FOR TOP DOG HONORS: For the first time a Springer Spaniel is Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club event at Madison Square Garden in New York. Wakefield's Black Knight, the new top dog is a Black Knight to remember.

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