Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of newsreel.

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Examples

  • Marin said he had goose bumps recalling the newsreels showing the Hindenburg disaster.

    2009 January 04 « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • Marin said he had goose bumps recalling the newsreels showing the Hindenburg disaster.

    2009 January 04 « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • Scenes in this bombed-out America are clearly meant to recall newsreels of Iraq, to bring home the visceral horror and moral chaos of relentless, total war.

    Spellbound

  • Long conventional storylines alternate with stream-of-consciousness monologues, brief biographies of famous and infamous Americans, and "newsreels" made up of newspaper headlines, popular songs and advertising slogans.

    Books From the Great Depression

  • During the years from about 1930 to 1960, news items were spliced together into short "newsreels" and shown at the local theatre before a feature film.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: October 2006 Archives

  • During the years from about 1930 to 1960, news items were spliced together into short "newsreels" and shown at the local theatre before a feature film.

    NASA Watch: Exploration: October 2006 Archives

  • Alas, he was stabbed in the back by my hero, President Roosevelt, and propagandised out of the race by Fox News-style "newsreels" faked by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer that, not for the first and certainly not for the last time, rang the racist bell.

    The Guardian World News

  • It's a bold claim, but it would be a challenge to prove them wrong, as its coverage is extensive - nearly 40,000 titles - and it includes important areas that other national filmographies often ignore, such as newsreels, interest films (and indeed silents).

    The Bioscope

  • The transfer nicely handles various source materials, such as newsreels and archival clips, without any jarring transitions.

    High-Def Digest: All High-Def Disc News

  • The company was called RAM Films, for “Roach and Mussolini,” and it made documentary newsreels promoting Italy.

    A Renegade History of the United States

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