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MFI 351   [Original title]

Country of Origin: Hungary
Year of origin: 1930
Genre: Newsreel
Locations of shooting: n/a

Production Company: Magyar Filmiroda Rt.

HUNGARIAN NEWS 351. Released by the Hungarian Film Bureau Ltd. Budapest, 7. Bródy Sándor Street
The sculptor János Pásztor's exhibition in the Exhibition Hall.
{Sculptures at an exhibition, a group of figures, girl with a jar, sitting woman}
The Ferencváros - Újpest match ended in a 1:1 draw.
{Players running out to the field, field play}
Kohut scores the leading goal for Ferencváros.
{Field play, ball in the net}
The Kertész and Weszely company donated a hundred dolls for the charity campaign organized by the Regent's wife...
...The Regent's wife at the opening ceremony of the toy shop in a group of joyful children.
{Mrs Miklós Horthy arriving to the entrance of the toy shop, she is welcomed, - watching
the happiness of the children}
The management of MÁV (Hungarian State Railways) is presenting the new refrigerator wagons to Bud, minister of commerce, and Mayer, agricultural minister. The wagons are made in Hungary with the aim of developing the export of Hungarian meat.
12 500 kg of fresh raw meat or poultry can be transported to the metropolis of Europe...
... by the express wagons provided with a Kunze-Knorr automatic pneumatic brake system, cooled by ice
{Committee checking refrigerator wagons, the inside of refrigerator wagons, raw of wagons,
committee beside the wagons along the rails}
Father Bem's portrait was unveiled in the equestrian artillery barracks...
{Portrait of Bem, a painting}
...The regent and the delegation of the Polish Bem equestrian artillery regiment attended the ceremony.
{Miklós Horthy arriving at the ceremony in army uniform
Celebration of Polish officers}
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