Cinema: March Stopped

In the breezeless and unpolitical atmosphere of last July, MARCH OF TIME turned its cameras on the career of Fusion Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia of New York City. Finding the bustling little Mayor a cheerfully photogenic subject, M. 0. T. dramatized the high spots of his energetic three-and-a-half years in office, made particular point of his political independence. The cameras caught him running great power shovels to start excavations for public works, watched him hold court in a police station, excoriating racketeers, slot-machine purveyors. Only unguarded moment: a rump-wise view of His Honor clambering over the gunwhale of a boat on...

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