Examples of newsreel in a Sentence
old newsreels from World War II
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And although the troops had to abandon their tanks and artillery, along with more than 60,000 vehicles, the newspapers and newsreels were full of pictures of smiling soldiers who had come home and were determined to carry on the fight.
As a native New Yorker, Wilkinson grew up only seeing the Ku Klux Klan in newsreels at the movie theater.
Read More Oldman spent hours listening to Churchill recordings to nail his cadence and watched old newsreel footage to master his bearing.
Crawl tilts down to reveal: Final word: The title crawls are allowed to be world-building gobbledygook, but Phantom's reads like a Cuban Missile Crisis newsreel Mad Libs filled in with space words.
Fascinating footage Director Bill Morrison’s documentary Dawson City: Frozen Time uses silent movies and newsreels discovered in the Canadian city in 1978 to depict the history of the area, including the period when gold mining dominated daily life.
Because Dawson lay so far north, at the tail end of the distribution chain, films took forever to arrive there: moviegoers waited six months for newsreels and two or three years for features, depending on their popularity.
The first-ever attack ads also appeared in movie theater newsreels.
Nevertheless, in late May of 1949 newsreels around the world featured the beaming couple, surrounded by cheering crowds, leaving the local mairie.
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