Pathe-Magazine, No. 41

Title: Pathe-Magazine, No. 41
Translated Title: 
Pathe-Magazine, No. 41
Duration: 
04:09
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Vienne, in Isère, is located on theleft bank of the Rhone. A picturesque street. The church St-Maurice dates back to the 12th century. The decoration of the gates is remarkable for its originality and its fine details. Dogs of Muete: The "Bloodhounds." The "Bloodhound" is probably the original species from whence the other races of English dogs descend. Dogs with long ears, a solemn face, endowed with an extraordinary nose (Note the skin folds). The young bloodhounds are happy and playful. A little bloodhound has enough skin to cover one of his fellows. Surgery in an Airplane. A surgeon arrives on the runway and in front of the airplane he verifies that his equipment is working. Next to a large wounded man lying on an operating stretcher on the side of the airplane, the sterilized operating instruments are placed in an autoclave. Anesthesia. After verification of the lighting and the chemical disinfection of wounds, they transporte the wounded man onto the airplane. If, from the start, emergency response is needed, the surgeon operates in the middle of the flight. At the arrival of the airplane, the patient, already asleep, is transported to either a clinic or a hospital where the surgeon will his treatment. A visit to the wild. An american trainer tries a fun experiment on some residents of his menagerie. Less insightful than the "puma," the hyena gets caught in deception. Mistsken in its own right, the bear, a young infant, believes to have found a playful companion. At first, distant and disdainful, the "King of the Desert" does not seem to clearly understand this joke.
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Pathe-Magazine
Translated Series Title: 
Pathe-Magazine
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Pathe-Magazine