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Universal Newsreel Vol. 34: New U.S. Submarine (1961)

MCA/Universal Pictures. ( - ) USE RESTRICTIONS SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS: Copyright USE RESTRICTIONS NOTE: Some or all of this material may be restricted by copyright or other intellectual property right restrictions. ONLINE RESOURCES: NOTE: A DVD of this film can be ordered from our partner, A DVD of this film is ALSO available for viewing and copying free of charge in the NARA Research Room in the Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Records Section, National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD. The original release sheet reads: NEW U.S.SUB JOINS FLEET: The count of America's atomic subs rises to 25 as the daughter of Thomas Alva Edison christens an underwater craft in his honor. This latest sub will fire the nuclear-head Polaris missile fifteen hundred miles to target. MRS. KENNEDY'S VACATION IN GREECE: Like any other tourist in Greece, Mrs. Kennedy finds fascination in the ancient ruins - the famed Acropolis in particular. Later she is received by the King and Queen. MASSIVE EARTH-MOVING SHOVEL: The Russians come up with a massive earth-moving shovel that can handle 26,000 cubic yards a day. It supplied enough ore to keep the furnaces busy. TRAIN WRECK IN GERMANY: Thirty-five German commuters, bound for work on their routine trip, died in a head-on collision between two trains using a single track during repair work. FISHING FOR CAVIAR: There's a boom among Russian sturgeon fishermen as the United States eases import restrictions on Soviet caviar. It should be an export to gladden the heart and stomach of the epicure. U.S. CAPSULE IN ROME: At an International Fair in Rome, Freedom 7, the U.S. space capsule goes on exhibition. The U. S. thus gives everyone a chance to see the vehicle that made our flight a success. CIRCUS IN RUSSIA: Circuses in Russia are the most popular entertainment - and this show gives you an idea why. The clowns, of course, are the most popular - with a trained hippo coming a close second. SPORTS NEW WEST COAST SPORT: Kids on the West Coast come up with still another new fad - sliding ranges made of plastic that open the way to all sorts of acrobatics and they skid down range to target! FOR MORE INFORMATION
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