President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers portions of a speech for broadcast during the 13th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony
Washington DC USA Date:1941, February 27 Duration:2 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
Seated in the White House, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers parts of a speech being recorded for broadcast to the attendees at the 13th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony. He talks about the American Motion Picture industry, the ban on American films in certain countries, the Lend-Lease Bill, and service provided by the newsreels.
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