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'GBS' SAYS George Bernard Shaw reopens capital punishment controversy.


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Reference P12
Tape V501(2)
Issue 2
Can
Source REUTERS
Restrictions Restrictions on certain uses may apply, and may vary from those listed. British Paramount stories dated before 1952 without a Tape or Can number will not be readily available.
Time code
Date original Released : 05/03/1931
Duration
Technical V501(2) NEG 165ft
Subset Reuters TV - British Paramount
Location LONDON, ENGLAND
Sound NARRATION
Colourbw B/W

London, England: Sound Effects: Shaw discusses capital punishment, says he objects to all punishments & that he rather kill some people instead of punishing them. He thinks it would be good to make people come before a Board in order that the existence in the social world is justified or not, etc.
Crime, Justice and Law Enforcement; Personalities - Writers; George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), Great Britain

Initials
London PARAMOUNT SOUND NEWS EXCLUSIVE
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