Universal Newsreel Volume 36, Release 49, 06/13/1963





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Published on Jul 3, 2014

Creator(s): MCA/Universal Pictures. (Most Recent)

Series : Motion Picture Releases of the Universal Newsreel Library, compiled 1929 - 1967
Collection UN: MCA/Universal Pictures Collection, 1929 - 1967

Production Date: 06/13/1963

Access Restriction(s): Unrestricted
Use Restriction(s): Restricted - Possibly
Specific Use Restriction: Copyright
Note: Some or all of this material may be restricted by copyright or other intellectual property right restrictions.

The original release sheet reads: ALABAMA STORY: NEGROES ENROLLED AS GOVERNOR YIELDS: The University of Alabama campus is under tight security guard as Governor George Wallace confronts a deputy U.S. Attorney. The Federal officers are armed with a proclamation urging the Governor to end his efforts to prevent two Negro students from registering. He stands firm and President Kennedy Federalizes the National Guard. When they move in, the Governor bows to Presidential authority and James Hood and Vivian Malone become the first two Negroes to be registered at the University. That night the President appealed to the Nation, saying the United States is facing a "moral crisis" and that it is the duty of all to uphold the law. FRENCH AIR SHOW: DE GAULLE SEES RADICAL CRAFT: France opens her 25th annual air show by unveiling some radical craft. President Charles De Gaulle sees a plane that flies with super-sonic speed and then stands still in midair. There's also a demonstration of the U. S. one-man rocket belt that lifts a soldier over the terrain. YESTERDAY'S BIG STORY JUNE 6, 1944 and the greatest armada in military history is assembled in England for an assault on Hitler's Fortress Europe. For this long awaited D-DAY, the Allies have assembled 12,000 planes to protect a surface force of 4,000 ships. Supreme Commander DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER has nearly 3,000,000 men trained for the assault. Combat cameramen made a great pictorial record of this day - a day that changed the course of history.

Contact(s): National Archives at College Park - Motion Pictures (RD-DC-M), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001
Phone: 301-837-3540, Fax: 301-837-3620, Email: mopix@nara.gov

National Archives Identifier: 2050644
Local Identifier: 200-UN-36-49


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