Gaumont Graphic was a cinema newsreel launched in Britain in 1910 in silent form, available in silent and sound from the late 1920s. The silent newsreel ceased in 1934, giving way to the sound newsreel Gaumont British News, which continued until the end of January 1959.
British Paramount News began UK operations in 1931 and closed on 10 February 1957. Its release schedule was the same as Gaumont British and the other British cinema newsreels, with new issues twice a week.
Gaumont British News: Here & There
1. Here and There 2. Air Mail to Australia 3. London-Gloucester Car Trials 4. Brisbane to Barrow 5. Australia’s Big Race – The Melbourne Cup
Gaumont British News: Revolt in Cuba, with Fidel Castro at 32 years old
1. Revolt in Cuba 2. Glamour at the Boat Show 3. He Comes Home a Cardinal 4. Beefeaters Have a “Beef”
Gaumont Graphic: A FORTUNE IN A FACE?
Latvian women prize-winners in a recent competition for grimacing at Riga.
Paramount: U.S.A.: Atom Bomb City
First scenes from Inside Oak Ridge Atom Bomb plants, various preparations comprising the make-up of the bomb.