Czechoslovak politician Jan Masaryk speaks to Harry Warner, a Polish American studio executive, in Burbank, California.
Burbank California USA Date:1939, March 30 Duration:55 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A Czechoslovak politician meets Harry Warner in Burbank, California. Politician Jan Masaryk, the son of the first President of Czechoslovakia, says to Polish American studio executive Harry Warner that the U.S. screen industry is an important safeguard for democracy.
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