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keywords: post-wwii, france, marshal plan, oil industry, oil field, cold war, communism, communists, propaganda, sports, pro wrestling, wrestler cyclone anaya, wrestler don eagle, entertainment, roller skating review
Synopsis: Post-WWII Marshal Plan Helps France Open Oil Field, The Red Menace Could Happen In US, Pro Wrestler Cyclone Anaya vs Pro Wrestler Don Eagle, Roller Skating Show Takes France By Storm...(read more)
- Date: 1950
- Duration: 00:06:45
- Sound: No
- Color: Monochrome
- Type: Public Domain
- Language: English
- Location: United States, Europe, France
Post-WWII Marshal Plan Helps France Open Oil Field
A new and promising oil field is opened up in the South of France with the aid of Post-WWII Marshall Plan funds with the newest American drilling techniques employed.
The Red Menace Could Happen In US
While the Communist-torn European Capitals of Paris and Berlin stage noisy Red demonstrations, the little town of Mosinee, WI shows graphically, in a mock demonstration how it might happen here in the U.S. An important lesson is the need to always remain vigilant in protection of our cherished freedoms.
On a sad note the Mayor of Mosinee WI Ralph E. Kronewetter actually suffers a cerebral hemorrhage during the town depiction dying five days later.
Pro Wrestler Cyclone Anaya vs Pro Wrestler Don Eagle
It's a grudge struggle in the arena when Cyclone Anaya of Mexico and Don Eagle, an Indian brave come to grips. It isn't exactly murder but the results are spectacularly close as the Indian takes over the pale face from below the border.
Roller Skating Show Takes France By Storm
One of the most spectacular skating reviews in years takes Paris France by storm with some novelties that are truly breathtaking.
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