Fox Movietone News Collection. 1957 - 1963. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 1957 - 1963. Movietone News, Vol. 45, No. 41


Fox Movietone News Collection. 1957 - 1963. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 1957 - 1963. Movietone News, Vol. 45, No. 41


Part 1, astronauts Glenn and Titov and their wives tour Washington and meet Pres. Kennedy. Part 2, Gen. Eisenhower and his brothers are present for the dedication of the Eisenhower Library, Abilene, Kan. Part 3, S. Vietnamese trps. disembark from a Mekong river flottila, route Viet Cong guerillas, and capture prisoners and a battle flag. Part 4, the 25th wedding anniversary of Holland's Prince Bernhard and Queen Juliana is attended by the Shah and Empress of Iran, the Grand Duke and Duchess of Luxemburg, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip of Britain, Princess Beatrix, King Olav V of Norway; and others. Part 5, whaling off Brit. Columbia. Part 6, an elephant water-skis at Ocean Park, Calif.

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