Examples of newsreel in a Sentence
old newsreels from World War II
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Acting on behalf of her father King George VI, who was gravely ill at the time, Elizabeth gave Truman an ornate 18th-century ‘over mantle’ to hang above a fireplace in the White House, as Pathé newsreel from the time shows.
The newsreel was translated into 22 languages and sent to 64 countries.
While bits and pieces of congressional hearings back then had been shown on newsreels, the Kefauver hearings were the first time they were carried live across the country.
Of course, the exhibit is solely focused on the pre WWII years of the late 1930s and early 1940s (complete with fascinating newsreels and cinema clips of WWII movies).
Sadly, Kofmel never gets the chance to quiz Rozsa-Flores, relying instead on snippets of archive newsreel footage.
The photos and movies were widely featured in newspapers, magazines, and newsreels.
As the German airship raged with fire, a radio announcer named Herb Morrison recorded the events onto a phonograph recording that wasn't part of the newsreels shot that day and only later was added to actual footage.
Silent newsreel that has to get your attention in the first few seconds.
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NEWSREEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of newsreel for English Language Learners
: a short film that reported the news and that was shown in theaters in the past
NEWSREEL Defined for Kids
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