Pathé's Weekly, No. 4

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Pathé's Weekly, No. 4

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Year: 1913

Plot: San Francisco, Cal: Mayor Rolph, accompanied by his wife and the supervisors of San Francisco, rides length of the line on the first municipal trolley operation in this city. New York, N.Y: The body of the late Ambassador Reid is brought to America on H.M.S. Natal of the British Navy, and is buried from the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Stockholm, Sweden: The King and Queen attend the unveiling of the statue raised to the memory of Queen Christiania's bravery in the siege of Stockholm in 1520. Huntington, W.Va: A.C. and O. freight plunges into the river, carrying away a span of the Wyandotte bridge and killing seven men. San Francisco, Cal: The Rosarians, a society of rose cultivists, plant the rose hushes which are destined to bloom during the exposition. Georgetown, D.C: A shameful act. The home of Francis Scott Key, the author of the Star Spangled Banner, is being destroyed because there was not sufficient public interest manifested to raise enough money to save it as a memorial. Beaufort, N.C: The Steamship Alcazar, from Trinidad, is driven aground in a ninety-mile gale off Point Lookout Lighthouse, Pasadena, Cal: The Rose Festival is more elaborate this year than ever and thousands visit the city to witness the fete.—Moving Picture World synopsis
Original Title: Pathé's Weekly, No. 4
Type: movie
Year: 1913
Genres: Short, News
Cast: James Rolph Jr. , Queen Victoria of Baden , King Gustaf V
Countries: United States
Languages: None , English
Color Info: Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
Sound Mix: Silent
Original Air Date: 20 Jan 1913 (USA)
Production Companies: Pathé Frères
Distributors: General Film Company