LE 20H: [show of 24 December 2019]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
1950s Television in Store Window
1950s city business street - man in watches television in store window - small crowd in background watches in another window in bg - couple walks by - night - people watching tv in electronics store window
ARTHUR GODFREY ON TELEVISION - HD
A nostalgic scene from the 1950s customers in a general store gather around a television to watch show host Arthur Godfrey as he plays the ukulele and tells a joke. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
EST CLOSE ANGLE OF STOREFRONT DISPLAY WINDOW. LETTERING ON PLATE GLASS READS "BODELL'S APPLIANCES." SIGNS INSIDE WINDOW AND NEON SIGN ADVERTISING "NEW COLOR TVS" COLOR TELEVISION SET IN WINDOW IS TURNED ON. SMALL TOWN CITY STREET REFLECTED IN WINDOW. 1950
EST CLOSE ANGLE OF STOREFRONT DISPLAY WINDOW. LETTERING ON PLATE GLASS READS "BODELL'S APPLIANCES." SIGNS INSIDE WINDOW AND NEON SIGN ADVERTISING "NEW COLOR TVS" COLOR TELEVISION SET IN WINDOW IS TURNED ON. SMALL TOWN CITY STREET REFLECTED IN WINDOW. 1950'S ERA CLASSIC CARS PARKED ON OPPOSITE SIDE OF STREET. PEDESTRIANS PASSING IN FRONT OF WINDOW AND REFLECTED IN WINDOW. CONSTRUCTION WORKER PASSES, REFLECTED IN WINDOW.
PEOPLE NOW
/n00:00:00:00 ext Comedy Store (:08 fuzzy); SU comedy with Argus Hamilton, talks ab Haig, Iranians, earthquakes vs tornadoes, superbowl in SF // intv author of book Saturday Morning TV ab changes in l ...
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PETRIFIED MATERIAL
SABRINA
M/S and C/U in Bourne and Hollingsworth's department store as glamorous blonde television and film star Sabrina, carrying a small hat box and holding the lead of a white poodle, chats to a lady on the theatre ticket counter. Commentator talks of how "you can get anything from cosmetics to cats' food" in modern department stores as Sabrina makes her way to the Polyphoto counter where the assistant shows her a sample of the photos (for those who don't know, Polyphoto produced sheets of 48 small portrait photos in different positions, contact sheet style, so you could choose the best for enlargements). <br/> <br/>The assistant seems to have persuaded our glamour puss to have her picture taken, and shows her the way to the photographer's studio. Sabrina takes off her coat and gloves, sits on a stool with her poodle in her arms and poses for the camera - lovely, darling! M/S from behind the photographer, Anthony Cheshire, who looks out from a large square box-camera and signals for Sabrina to look up to the left. He turns a handle on the camera to take the photo, then directs her to look in other directions. Great sequence of C/Us as Sabrina poses and Anthony directs her and turns the handle. <br/> <br/>The poodle seems a bit restless so Sabrina sets him on the floor and poses alone. C/U of the counter on the camera notching 27 shots so far. Sabrina poses in classic 1950s style (head back, come hither look, bosoms thrust out), then appears to tire of the whole thing; she suggests swapping places with photographer, who protests; Sabrina pouts prettily and he gives in. He shows her how to work the handle on the camera, and as he takes his place on the stool she pushes his head firmly into position and adjusts his tie and jacket. C/U as she signals to him to keep his chin up. <br/> <br/>C/Us of Anthony posing as Sabrina turns the handle with a little difficulty (as a fellow dizzy blonde, I can sympathise); the counter shows 48 shots taken. C/Us of the finished Polyphoto sheet of photos of Sabrina - very glam! - panning right and tilt down to show shots of Anthony at the end. <br/>Note: Fabulous story! On file is a Polyphoto order form.
1950s Ford Cars - Thunderbird
TV Coverage of Thunderbird launch WDEL TV Wilmington 32 Thunderbirds parade through Chester and Philadelphia, Thunderbirds lined up on street camera dollys down the row of cars. Beauty queen in car Chester's Own Page One Queen. Dignitaries check out car open the hood see engine. Cars Drive cars drive away, men in hats and topcoats. Thunderbirds in Filene's Basement Slate. TV coverage 1954, WBZ TV Boston Oct. 4. Drive cars into Filenes workmen move the store's glass and car backs up. Two guys with Thunderbird young woman flock around car; guys drive off, stop and open hood.
Memphis, 1950s
Boy sat at TV in his house, family sat behind him. In the store the family run, a chemist shop and cafe. Men behind drug counter. Customers sit at tables and a counter. Two boys wander through their store as customers shop and leave store. Another part of store is a woman's hairdresser. Women have their head in dryers as women tend to them. A male barber shop. A man gets a haircut, as do the two boys. People in cafe area. At home, the family play and relax. Girl's room with many toys. Dining room, men sat playing cards at table. Boy into pajamas, watch TV, in bed. Speedboat racing at sea. Many boats in a busy harbor. Sea plane goes to land on water. Boarding a Santa Catalina ship. Band plays on deck. Swimming. Boys at a zoo. Boys outside house snow on ground. Outside their drug store - Winchester Pharmacy, snowy car park.
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US SODAS
AP-APTN-2330: US SODAS Thursday, 31 May 2012 STORY:US SODAS- NYC PLAN TO BAN SALE OF LARGE SODAS TO COMBAT OBESITY LENGTH: 02:47 FIRST RUN: 2130 RESTRICTIONS: AP CLIENTS ONLY TYPE: ENGLISH/NAT SOURCE: AP/NYC TV STORY NUMBER: 743817 DATELINE: NEW YORK - 31 MAY 2012 LENGTH: 02:47 SHOTLIST: AP Television - AP Clients Only Chicago, Illinois - 31 May 2012 1. Various of a large soda called a "Double Gulp" being prepared by shop assistant AP Television - AP Clients Only New York City - 31 May 2012 2. Wide of man walking out of fast food store with two large sodas 3. Mid of man drinking a large drink 4. Close of a McDonald's soda AP Television - AP Clients Only FILE - New York City, Recent exact date unknown 5. Wide of New York mayor Michael Bloomberg walking down road with two others 6. Close of Bloomberg NYC TV - AP Clients Only New York City - 31 May 2012 7. Wide of news conference 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Farley, NYC (New York City) Health Commissioner: "So this is the proposal. We would say that the maximum size that a food-service establishment could sell of a sugary drink is 16 ounces (473 millilitres). That would apply to drinks either served in a restaurant cup or in a manufactured packaged product. That would apply to soda as well as other sugary drinks such as sports drinks, energy drinks, sweetened teas and coffees, sweetened fruit drinks, so-called vitamin water. Any sweetened sugary beverage that has more than 25 calories per 8 ounces (237 millilitres)." AP Television - AP Clients Only FILE - New York City, date unknown 9. Mid of overweight woman 10. Mid of overweight man 11. Wide of overweight man AP Television - AP Clients Only New York City - 31 May 2012 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kimberly Paige, New York City resident: "I don't agree with it. I think he has every one's best interest in his heart, he doesn't want people to consume too much sugar, but there's got to be a point where you can't tell people what to eat and drink." 13. Wide of McDonald's 14. Close of assistant serving customer at drive-thru 15. Mid of person walking with drink 16. Mid of person walking with coffees NYC TV - AP Clients Only New York City - 31 May 2012 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Farley, NYC Health Commissioner: ++STARTS ON CUTAWAY OF GRAPH AT NEWS CONFERENCE++ "When McDonald's first opened, the only size available to you for sugary drink was a 7 ounce beverage. That portion grew over time. It peaked in 2003 when there were two options: 32 ounces (946 millilitres) and 42 ounces (1.2 litres). Since that time they reduced that and introduced smaller options. But still now the smallest option available to you in McDonald's is 12 ounces (355 millilitres). That's almost twice as much as the only size that was available in the 1950s and is labelled a child size, it's even smaller than a small size." AP Television - AP Clients Only New York City - 31 May 2012 18. Mid of person in McDonald's 19. Mid of beverage board at McDonald's 20. Close of large drink 21. Close of man holding two drinks 22. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard McDermott, New York City resident: "I agree with it. I think that the health issues override it and the cost of medical care, obesity is such an important part of medical expense that I think it will extend all the way up to helping solve our budget problem." 23. Pan of sodas in refrigerators STORYLINE: Is the Big Gulp to blame for obesity in the Big Apple? In his latest effort to fight obesity in this era of super sized drinks and triple bacon cheeseburgers, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing an unprecedented ban on large servings of soda and other sugary drinks at restaurants, delis, sports arenas and movie theatres. The ban would impose a 16-ounce (473 millilitres) limit on any sugary bottled or fountain drinks that contain more than 25 calories per 8 ounces (237 millilitres). "That would apply to soda as well as other sugary drinks such as sports drinks, energy drinks, sweetened teas and coffees, sweetened fruit drinks, so-called vitamin water. Any sweetened sugary beverage that has more than 25 calories per 8 ounces (237 millilitres)," the city's Health Commissioner Thomas Farley said Thursday. It would not affect diet soda and any drink that is at least half milk or milk substitute would be exempt. The proposal requires the approval of the city's Board of Health - considered likely because its members are all appointed by Bloomberg. But Bloomberg's proposal is seen as a bitter twist for companies that make beverages like Coke, Dr Pepper and Pepsi. The ban, which would be the first of its kind in the nation, comes at a time when soda consumption has been declining. The industry has struggled in recent years as more health-conscious Americans have shifted away from sugary sodas toward bottled water and sports drinks like Gatorade. That's led to a 20-percent reduction in the calories consumed per capita through carbonated beverages over the last decade, according industry tracker Beverage Digest. Under Bloomberg's proposed ban, soda consumption could slip further. PepsiCo Inc., the nation's second largest soda maker, declined to comment on the proposal, referring questions to the New York City Beverage Association. But Coca-Cola Co., the largest US soda maker, on Thursday blasted the move. "The people of New York City are much smarter than the New York City Health Department believes," the Atlanta-based company said in a statement. "New Yorkers expect and deserve better than this. They can make their own choices about the beverages they purchase. We hope New Yorkers loudly voice their disapproval about this arbitrary mandate." This certainly is not the first time the industry has had to defend itself. Everyone from politicians to school officials have blamed sodas for America's expanding waistline. In announcing the proposal, health officials cited research linking sugary drinks to rising rates of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. At the same time, Farley said the city has no intention of reducing portion sizes of solid foods. Under Bloomberg, New York has campaigned aggressively against obesity, outlawing trans fats in french fries and other restaurant food and forcing chain restaurants to list calories on menus. Legal experts said the soft drink industry may mount a challenge to the new rule by arguing that it's arbitrary or internally inconsistent. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. millilitres APTN (Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-05-31-12 1937EDT
FASHION & BEAUTY
TV MONITORS IN 1950s RETRO COLORS IN ELECTRONIC DEPARTMENT STORE DISPLAY. TELEVISIONS FOR SALE. SHOWING PBS.
SUNSET BOULEVARD HISTORY (1993)
A HOLLYWOOD CLASSIC RETURNS HOME IN A BRAND-NEW FORM, AS ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER'S NEW MUSICAL "SUNSET BOULEVARD" HOLDS ITS U.S. PREMIERE IN LOS ANGELES TONIGHT. TWO-TIME TONY AWARD WINNER AND FIVE-TIME ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE GLENN CLOSE RETURNS TO MUSICAL THEATER AFTER A 10-YEAR ABSENCE TO STAR IN THE LEGENDARY ROLE OF NORMA DESMOND. THE NEW SHOW IS BASED ON BILLY WILDER'S CLASSIC 1950 FILM. THE STORY OF AN AGING SILENT-FILM STAR'S ILL-FATED AFFAIR WITH A YOUNG SCREENWRITER, "SUNSET BOULEVARD" THE FILM STARRED GLORIA SWANSON, WILLIAM HOLDEN, ERICH VON STROHEIM AND NANCY OLSON. THE NEW MUSICAL, FROM THE COMPOSER OF "THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA," "CATS" AND "EVITA"IS THE MOST EXPENSIVE IN THEATER HISTORY, AT A PRODUCTION COST OF OVER $12 MILLION.
NEWS, INDUSTRIAL, HOLLYWOOD; 1950S
03:40:44:00,Actors recreate shooting of silent film (hammy):, Cameraman turns handle on camera, Director shouts through large cone, Actors ham it up, Architects working on drawings, Scale models of Edison's revolving studio. Demonstration, Junior high school students arrive at reconstructed studio, Man demonstrates opening roof, Single man turns building, Students enter the building, sit in seats to watch film, Roof is closed, Projector starts up, Students in crowd, watch "GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY.", Man in wheelchair applies for job, Man operates blowtorch, Ohio, Giant glass mill, Man at furnace, Blobs of glass drop into molds, Flame heats molds, Molds open, machines remove glass pitchers, Women inspect pitchers as they come off the line, Man at machines puts painted patterns on pitchers, Women pack pitchers in boxes, Glasses, bowls and plates on assembly line, Wisconsin, TV repairman, opens TV, pokes around inside, Machines mix powders for ceramic parts, Machine stamps out parts for tubes, Women at stamping machines, Woman melts pieces in place, Woman inspects transistor cards, Woman stamps finished electronic circuits, Family sitting around TV (television, campy), Men on forklifts move boxes, Truck hauls new cars, Women buying shoes in store, Missouri, Children playing ball in street, Midwestern Bank (sign), Sign: Drive In Banking, Cars park in lot, Man at teller's window, Cars leave lot. Policeman chains off lot, Men set up volleyball net, Kids run into lot, Mothers watch kids playing in lot, Girls play hopscotch, Boys play basketball
Televisions, clocks, irons, toy cars, bow ties, flowers and clothes displayed in shop windows at a shopping center.
Various goods like televisions, clocks, irons, bow ties, beauty lotion, plates, toy cars and trucks, clothes, liquor, flowers, and the book by J.K. Lasser "Your Income Tax" are seen for sale in window displays at various stores of the suburban Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers, New York, United States. Many 1950s cars parked in the parking lots of the mall shopping center in the suburbs. Location: Yonkers New York USA. Date: 1958.
Belgium NATO 3
AP-APTN-1830: Belgium NATO 3 Tuesday, 4 December 2012 STORY:Belgium NATO 3- Russia warns of grave implications of NATO deploying Patriot missiles at Syria border LENGTH: 02:53 FIRST RUN: 1730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Russian/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/NATO TV STORY NUMBER: 869676 DATELINE: Brussels - 4 Dec 2012/FILE LENGTH: 02:53 SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Brussels - 4 December 1. Wide of NATO countries' flags outside headquarters in Brussels 2. Close-up of Turkish flag 3. Close-up of Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu at Foreign Ministers' meeting 4. Mid of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and British Foreign Minister William Hague 5. Wide of session 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO Secretary-General: "We stand with Turkey in the spirit of strong solidarity and we stand ready to take the necessary steps for the defence of Turkey" 7. Wide of Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister, arriving at news conference 8. Wide of audience 9. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign Ministry: "The problem of the distribution and moreover the use of weapons of mass destruction, including chemical weapons, is very serious. For us any violation of international agreements on this are totally unacceptable. Not for the first time, there are messages appearing, you can call them rumours or leaks, but they suggest that the Syrian authorities are transferring stockpiles of chemical weapons from the warehouses where they are stored to other places, or that they are ready to use chemical weapons. Whenever such rumours or information appears, we take very strong steps to recheck this information, but every time we find out that nothing like this is being planned or could be being planned. We are in close contact with our European and American partners, exchanging information on this subject and as I have already said we are always checking the information." NATO TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Date and location undefined 10. Wide of NATO soldiers working on Patriot missiles 11. Wide of vehicle with missile mounted AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO Secretary-General: "Any deployment will be to protect Turkey. It will be purely defensive in nature. It will in no way support a no fly zone or any offensive operation. It is a clear signal of NATO solidarity." 13. Wide of William Hague, British Foreign Minister arriving 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) William Hague, British Foreign Minister: "We have sent our own clear, private message to Syrian regime, directly to them, about the serious consequences that will follow from the use of such weapons." 15. Wide of NATO headquarter Brussels 16. Mid of flags STORYLINE: A NATO official said on Tuesday that the military alliance has approved plans to send Patriot anti-missile systems to southern Turkey to bolster its defence against strikes from neighbouring Syria. NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen was expected to make the announcement later on Tuesday. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorised to speak publicly on the matter. Earlier on Tuesday, Fogh Rasmussen reiterated NATO's solidarity with Turkey. "Any deployment will be to protect Turkey. It will be purely defensive in nature. It will in no way support a no fly zone or any offensive operation," the Secretary-General said. Turkey has been highly supportive of the Syrian opposition and wants the Patriots to defend against possible retaliatory attacks by Syrian missiles, some of which are capable of carrying chemical warheads. Syria is reported to have an array of artillery rockets, as well as short- and medium-range missiles in its arsenal, and mortar rounds and shells from across the border already have killed five Turks. NATO foreign ministers also met on Tuesday with their Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov. Moscow has criticised the planned deployment of the Patriots saying that it would further inflame tensions in the region. But Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia wasn't objecting to the Patriots, although he stressed that Syrian artillery strikes into Turkey were accidental. The Kremlin has stymied more than a year of international efforts to apply global pressure on the Assad regime, its strongest ally in the Arab world, but officials say it has expressed equal concern about the threat of any chemical weapons use. "The problem of the distribution and moreover the use of weapons of mass destruction, including chemical weapons, is very serious. For us any violation of international agreements on this are totally unacceptable," Lavrov said. However he added that there was no reason to believe that Syria was preparing to use chemical weapons. "Not for the first time, there are messages appearing, you can call them rumours or leaks, but they suggest that the Syrian authorities are transferring stockpiles of chemical weapons from the warehouses where they are stored to other places, or that they are ready to use chemical weapons. Whenever such rumours or information appears, we take very strong steps to recheck this information, but every time we find out that nothing like this is being planned or could be being planned." Turkey, which has been a NATO member since the 1950s, has been one of the harshest critics of the Assad regime. It shares a 566-mile (911-kilometre) frontier with Syria, and has allowed rebels leaders to take shelter and organise on Turkish soil along with tens of thousands of refugees living in camps across the border. The frontier is also a main transit point for weapons smuggling by rebels. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN AP-WF-12-04-12 1903GMT
LE 20H: [broadcast of July 18, 2019]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
1950s
1950s - close shot small crowd of people watch offscreen television /TV in store window - night - 2 shots - SEE V-0089Y-A FOR VC
; 1950'S
17:00:47:00,Man looks through telescope, Man looks through microscope, Man is cocky with narrator, Graphics of growing mushroom and skyscraper, Suburban housing complex from a distance, Toy cowboy and horse on postcards, Family walks (feet view), Station wagon pulls out of driveway, Hand pulls Campbell soups off shelf (NICE), Jewelry window display, Hand flips through magazine, Graphic of hands exchanging $20, Graphic of liquor store, Traffic at night (mostly headlights), Liquor bottles (on conveyor) move past camera, Puppets get married in TV set, Weddings and bells graphics, Liquor ads aimed at young couples, Door with "Plans" and "Programs" sign, Liquor ads, Newspaper and coffee cup, Head of cabbage, Money on cabbage, Phrases cut from newspapers, CU of pair of eyes (female), Old fashioned camera, Magazines piled up (U.S. Report, Time and New Yorker), Newspaper advertisements, Man walks into bathroom with newspaper, Graphic of salesman happy and sad, Baby basinette with "Long John" bottle in it, repeated with other brands (NICE)
PET-325 1 inch
MY BROTHER
SOUND COMEDY SHORTS
POV THROUGH SPY GLASS, FATHER AND SON ARE WATCHING SMALL 1950S TV, COMMERCIAL FOR SIGNAL STORES, BOY IS BEGGING AND FATHER SMACKS HIM WITH A NEWSPAPER
Oldies - McDonalds
A NEW MCDONALD'S IN THE TAMPA BAY AREA LOOKS LIKE A "MICKY-D'S" FROM THE 1950'S. HERE'S A PEEK AT THE RETRO-RESTAURANT AND THE HISTORY OF THE FRANCHISE.
People follow instructions broadcast by radio and TV during hurricane preparations in the United States.
Instructions being broadcasted on radio and TV during hurricane warning in the United States. Hurricane force winds arise. Couple stands at a beach. Wind with high speed blows and trees bending. High surf overtaking palm trees on shore and dock areas. Local recordings inform and instruct people via radio and television. Close up view of men speaking into microphones and radios to issue warnings and track storm progress. People seen reaching for battery powered portable radios, and buying alternate fuel sources like Sterno in a store. A person reaching for a flashlight and batteries in a drawer. Men and women in queue at gas stations and filling up 1970s era cars at gasoline or petrol pumps. A girl fills empty gallon jugs with water at a kitchen faucet. A bathroom tub being filled with water in case water becomes unavailable. Men carry plywood to cover windows and doors. Signs and debris blowing in high winds. Piece of metal roofing flying down the street in high wind. Men and women tie up boats to secure them at a dock. People gather in a Red Cross shelter area, and some stand in a line receiving food at the shelter. People boarding up windows. Aerial view of eye of a storm in a hurricane as seen from an aircraft. Dramatic scenes of hurricane force winds blowing through doors and windows, with debris flying toward camera position. View of storm surge and violent high waves crashing near land during hurricane. Neighors and officials knocking on doors to tell citizens to evacuate before a storm. Point of view shot from car in heavy storm, driving away, as an ambulance with siren running passes going the opposite direction. View of downed telephone poles and lines near ground from winds, as car avoids them and keeps driving. A 1950s Chevrolet car navigates through deep water as people try to escape rising flood. Location: United States USA. Date: 1979.
PEOPLE NOW
/n00:00:00:00 Argus Hamilton does SU routine ab pot, Dont walk signs // intv; considers himself actor before singer // intv; clip from tv movie Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal (1:11) [where she decides ...
B&W shots of a television shop; Ireland, 1957
B&W sequence showing customers looking at new televisions in a shop in Londonderry, Ireland. Exterior shots of the shop front, people looking in the window, people inside speaking with a salesman; 1957. (ANA6011Y - AEYZ320H)