Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [NOV. 9]


Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [NOV. 9]


Part 1, Clare Boothe Luce, John Foster Dulles, and Chancellor Julius Raab hear "Fidelio" at the restored Vienna State Opera. Part 2, David Ben-Gurion resumes the Prime Ministership of Israel. Shows the restored Moroccan Sultan, Mohammed Ben Youssef, in Paris. President Armas of Guatemala is welcomed by Mayor Wagner and rides in a New York City motorcade. Part 3, Queen Juliana watches native dances and takes a boat trip in Dutch Guiana. Part 4, football: Illinois vs. Michigan at Champaign, Illinois.

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