Cinema: Voice Unglobed

For twelve years U.S. cinemaddicts have listened patiently to "The Voice of the Globe" express his boundless regret at having to say farewell to Hong Kong, Stockholm, Ceylon, Prague and other scenes of his Traveltalks. The Voice belongs to a temperamental, blue-eyed romanticist named James A. FitzPatrick, the poor man's Burton Holmes, who is now seeing America last.

Having journeyed nearly a million miles to make some 200 one-reel travelogues of exotic spots since 1928, Traveloguist FitzPatrick's wanderings have been limited by World War II. The Voice will fill his 1941 quota of twelve Talks within the boundaries of the U.S....

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