Father smoking cigarette near his wife and children.
Father smoking cigarette near his wife and children.
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HOME MOVIES
KATE SMITH HOME MOVIES. BABY CRYING HYSTERICALLY. CALM BABY. BABY IN BASKET IN FRONT. STUFFED LAMB DOLL. BABY JIGGLING. FATHER HOLDING BABY. MOTHER. KATE HOLDING BABY. MAN WORKING IN GARDEN WAVES. MOTHER FEEDS DOG. BABY IN BONNET & DIAPER. ON BLANKET ON LAWN. BABY ROLLS OVER. MOTHER PULLS BABY. BABY EATING PRETTY FLOWER. BABY GIRL IN BABY CARRIAGE. LITTLE GIRL STANDS LEANING ON LAWN JOCKEY. BABY TRYING TO WALK WHILE MOTHER HOLDS HER ARMS. WALKS DOWN FRONT WALK. BABY TRIPS IN FALL. AUTUMN. BABY GROWS UP. LITTLE GIRL WALKS BY HERSELF IN SPRINGTIME. LITTLE GIRL RUNS DOWN. LITTLE GIRL HOLDS FLOWERS. PUPPY & BABY. KEEPS GOING BACK TO LAWN JOCKEY. GIRL NOW A TODDLER ON PORCH. TED COLLINS WEATHERVANE. 2 OLD LADIES SMOKING CIGARETTES ON ROCKING CHAIRS ON PORCH. MOTHER & LITTLE GIRL WALK. OLD MAN WHO CAN BARELY WALK CARRIES LITTLE GIRL, PARENTS SWING GIRL. DOES SOMERSAULT WITH MOTHER'S HELP. PLAYING. FAMILY ALL STAND TOGETHER. THREE GENERATIONS. LITTLE GIRL RUNS AROUND DOGWOOD TREE. 3 OR 4 YEARS OLD. DOES SOMERSAULT ON HER OWN. SITS ON THE LAWN JOCKEY. IN EASTER DRESS WITH EASTER BASKET. RUNS AROUND YARD. PUTS ON HAT. TULIPS. COCKER SPANIEL DOG. HELD UP BY WOMAN. CITY APARTMENT. RUNS TOWARD CAMERA. PEOPLE ON PORCH. LITTLE GIRL NAKED PLAYING IN THE SPRINKLER. VIEW OF YARD & LAKE. VIEW OF KATE'S BEAUTIFUL YARD IN LAKE PLACID. TIGER LILIES FLOWER GARDEN. STILL LIFE. BOWL OF FRUIT & VASE OF FLOWERS ON PORCH STEPS. SCENERY. CAT. CAY YAWNS LOOKING AROUND CLEANING ITSELF. CAT CHASES SOMETHING. CARRIES STOCK IN ITS MOUTH. GRANDMOTHER & LITTLE GIRL WALK TOGETHER ON DECK BY WATER. PEOPLE SUNBATHING. FERRY GOES BY. AMERICAN FLAG ON FLAG POLE. SCENIC BROOK THRU KATE'S YARD. OLD MAN & LITTLE GIRL. OLDER GIRL TIES BATHING CAP ON LITTLE GIRL. BATHING SUITS. GIRL CRIES. MAN TAKING PHOTOGRAPH. WITH BLOW-UP WATER TOYS. GIRL COMFORTED BY MOTHER. WOMAN SWIMMING IN LAKE. FUNNY OLD FAT LADIES. LAUGHING. SUN STREAMING THRU CLOUDS. SMOKING CIGARETTES. BUTTERCUPS. DOG. FATHER WORKING ON GARDEN AT SWIMMING HOLE. WOMEN ON ROCKS. WADING IN WATER. GRANDFATHER WITH GRANDDAUGHTER. LITTLE GIRL KISSES DOG. WATERFALL. RAPIDS. FAMILY WITH 2 LITTLE GIRLS. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ON TOP OF HOUSE. REINDEER. LITTLE GIRL'S PET GOAT. LIVE REINDEER DIGS IN GROUND & LIES DOWN. GIRL PETS DEER. UPSTATE NEW YORK. SANTA'S WORKSHOP IN THE NORTH POLE. DONKEY SCRATCHES. CATSKILLS. LADY GETS INTO SLEIGH. DONKEY SCARES HER. SANTA CLAUS. RED ROOF BUILDING. LITTLE GIRLS GET PONY RIDE. DONKEY WEARING HAT. FAIRYTALE LAND. LOTS OF PARENTS & KIDS. VACATION SPOT. SHAKING SANTA'S HAND. LITTLE GIRL SWIMMING IN WATER. TOP O' NOTCH. ANTIQUES & GUEST ROOMS. RESORT. PANSIES.
LURE OF THE EAST Cuts Reel 2
Four reels of cuts exist for the documentary "Lure of the East" which traces an expedition by car from Leeds to India in 1924. It is very difficult to identify the locations featured in this material. Shots do not seem to be in any kind of order. Further research will be undertaken. <br/> <br/>Reel 2 of the cuts features the following: Felix II driving on a railway line, men moving sand with shovels as camels walk behind them. Soldiers on horseback - nationality unknown - possibly Persian. Landscapes, locals, soldiers on the march (Persian army?), marching band, our travellers being met by His Highness Kawam-ul-Molk in a garden (Turkey?). <br/> <br/>01:44:40 - desert landscape, local people, our travellers taking tea and smoking with Kawam-ul-Molk - see next paragraph - (he smokes a hookah - our men just smoke cigarettes!), large unidentified temple (could be Mosque at Adrianople), street scenes, trams, soldiers admiring Felix mascot (who is looking a little worse for wear), desert landscape, camels in the road, ancient ruins. <br/> <br/>01:47:34 intertitle reads: "Built around 700 B.C. and destroyed by Alexander the Great at the whim of Thais, the Courtesan, it still gives us a faint idea of the wonderful state of civilization of Persia two thousand years ago." (some of these cuts must have actually been part of the finished film). Iran - ruins. The Commander of the Garrison turns out the troops to meet our travellers. Persian army is modelled on the Russian style we are informed. Various shots of the army on parade. "Incidentally, the British Consul here has just a guard of "Hodsons Horse" as smart a set of Indian troopers as one would wish to meet". Shots of troopers on horseback. "We also met His Highness the Kawam-ul-Molk. Head of the five great tribes of the Khamseh. Worth probably about £400,000 a year he can raise an army of 20,000 men in twenty-four hours." Our men sit and smoke with the Kawam-ul-Molk. <br/> <br/>01:51:44 Reel 2 of the cuts (continued): intertitle reads: "And another hundred miles from Shiraz we had another nervous moment (remembering our previous experience with the Bedouins)". High angle shot of a man in white running across a desert landscape with large number of men on horseback chasing after him. "We were thankful to find, however, that these were decidedly more friendly, and the Chief, especially, seemed very pleased indeed to offer us hospitality." Chief on horseback arrives and shakes hands with Forbes-Leith. Men stand around holding guns as the two chat. "The tents of these nomadic tribes are made of goat-hair and camp can be struck in five minutes." Shot missing. <br/> <br/>01:53:05 - "The meal - an endless assortment of foods. (Fingers were invented before knives and forks so the latter were dispensed with)." Nice shots of flat bread being laid down on a blanket and our travellers sitting down to eat with their hosts. "As a special favour, we were allowed to film two of the Chief's wives - and the son and heir" shot missing. "After the wonderful hospitality we encountered, we were really sorry to leave, but they gave us a great send off - " Men on horseback are gathered and point their guns into the air. Large number of men on horseback are seen lined up next to Felix II. A shy and beautiful local woman smiles at the camera. <br/> <br/>01:55:01 - treacherous road, village scenes, woman on horseback (surely in England somewhere), men tinkering with aircraft door (seems out of place here). <br/> <br/>01:56:10 Reel 2 of the cuts (continued): street scene. Intertitle reads: "We visited too, the remains of the old Seven Walled Palace of Xerxes, where pilgrims still deposit offerings on the feet of an ancient lion shrine". L/S of our party and an unidentified woman standing beside a rock which resembles a lion. "After a few days in Hamadam (where Redknap had the bad luck to strike a second dose of malaria), we got on the move again and reached Kasvin." Shots of Kasvin / Qazvin in Persia / Iran. <br/> <br/>01:57:19 "Outside the town threshing the crop was in full swing - in precisely the same primitive way that sufficed five thousand years ago" (shot missing). A group of locals bid the explorers farewell as Felix drives off from Dalbandin (?). Intertitle reads "Near Mushki, five miles from the Afghan frontier, we had the inevitable struggle, but gradually nearing Quetta, the road was improving." Felix moves slowly over rough ground. Intertitle refers to "The pebbles on our beach", then we see local men moving boulders from Felix's path. Caravan of 4 camels walks past. Felix struggles over rocky ground and crosses a stream. <br/> <br/>01:59:06 "Thirty miles from Quetta we were met by another car, and followed the great Military road -". Travelling shot of the other car following behind. Locals with camels by side of the dusty road. One small camel trots along the road behind us. <br/> <br/>02:00:12 Intertitle says the explorers first see Quetta; very light general view of the road as we move slowly along - Quetta is probably seen in the far distance but very difficult to make out. Felix drives along a road and up to the Military quarters. Forbes Leith and another man get out and walk off. Locals and soldiers crowd around Felix. Some of them subject the Felix mascot to some manhandling. Intertitle: "And here our 5 1/2 months journey of 8,500 miles - 3,000 of it over roadless country and desert - was ended - the trail had been blazed." The explorers pose with a small group of people, including two women, beside Felix. Final intertitle: "And so, friends, goodbye!". <br/> <br/>End of Reel 2 of cuts.
Fast Images Library
Documentary on gangs & graffiti 01:00:19:00 young black boys stand on inner city street corner in WS, fast zoom to 3 young boys walking behind a chain link face, WS empty playground, WS windows of apartment building, WS smoke filled city street during day, CU changing traffic signal and smoke, talking head- young boy in leather jacket, MS hooded man walks onto subway platform and smokes a cigarette, CU of No Entry sign, MS man turns around and begins rapping terribly, CU rapping to camera, Various still photos of people in city and people break dancing, CU super grainy talking head, low > WS of apartment building, CU grainy talking head, WS top of apartment building in silhouette, CU man talks wearing thick metal chain around his neck, various stills of Graffiti murals, CU spray paint caps, CU Mona Lisa, CU various paintings and artwork, MS man raps to camera in front of graffiti wall, various CU of graffiti, WS graffiti reads Urban Blight, Man talks on basketball court, WS from interior of graffiti building to outside as person walks in BG, WS interior of building boy paints on wall, Man talks again and walks off camera, CU OVS of boy spray painting wall, MS spray painting, WS spray painting, 01:05:43:00 Man and woman argue on Basketball court about graffiti in MS, CU boy turns to wall, MS mural reads crime, 2 men sit one records what the other is saying, pan along large mural, Man and woman argue, Man shows woman the finer points in graffiti artistry, MS young 7 year old boys spray graffiti on wall, graffiti man greets some friends, MS boy sprays mural, 01:10:37:00 CU hand writing tag on pipe, MS graffiti artist sprays, Pan along city skyline, MS of man talking on building roof, CU snapshot of boy standing loaded with weapons, CU boy wearing chain leaning in doorway, pan along tags on wall, Various shots of walls inside abandoned building, 01:15:00:00 CU boy stands by painting of man with gun, talking head- man flips open switchblade knife, MS boy reaches down and opens box full of spray paint, Father and son talk in front of camera, pan along CU of course descriptions and report cards, CU boys face as he talks, various CU of mural people holding guns and weapons, CU man talking, zoom out from tag that reads Mafia, MS man spray painting wall, ECU of paint can nozzle spraying, 01:19:50:00 MS graffiti artist painting a face, grainy CU of man talking slashes out with a switchblade, CU gun in box, various stills: boy sprays the side of a train, boy walks on top of train, various shots of inner-city- falling apart and seedy, WS toppled building w/ pan up, 01:25:01:00 young boys play dice (cello) on a street corner, CU dice rolling on pavement, MS boys spray paint walls, CU grainy talking head, 01:28:21:00 end.
TOBACCO SURVEY NEWS CONFERENCE (1997)
The campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids holds a news conference on a survey that shows 77 percent of teens surveyed believe that tobacco companies are targeting their age group in advertising campaigns.
Entertainment China Chimp - Cigarette-smoking chimpanzee
NAME: CHN CHIMP 260805N TAPE: EF05/0760 IN_TIME: 10:06:18:07 DURATION: 00:00:23:22 SOURCES: CCTV DATELINE: Xi''An - Recent RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Zoom in to chimpanzee, Ai Ai, smoking cigarette at Qinling Wild Animal Zoo 2. Zoo nurse taking cigarette from Ai Ai and feeding her milk 3. Ai Ai sitting 4. Various of tourists interacting with Ai Ai STORYLINE A smoking chimpanzee in a zoo in northwest China is trying to give up her 15-year-old addiction. The 26-year-old female chimpanzee, called Ai Ai - which means "love love" in Mandarin - lives in Qinling Wild Animal Zoo in Xi''An. She has been smoking for 15 years. Her mate died recently, which caused her to increase her habit to seven or eight cigarettes a day. But now Ai Ai''s keepers are worried about her health as a result of her smoking. The zoo is trying to feed her milk instead of cigarettes in a bid to get rid of her addiction. Ai Ai started smoking by picking up tourists'' cigarette butts. Keyword - Wacky
19 20 National edition: [13 February 2023 issue]
FR3 / France 3
Safer Smoking Test Pt. 2
CIGARETTE COMPANIES ARE TESTING NEW PRODUCTS WHICH COULD BE SAFER.
1980s NEWS
INTERVIEW INSERT: Robert Lipsyte: Greg, welcome. Congress is looking now into the whole diet industry, the idea that people lose the weight and gain right back. But what I've never understood is with all the hungry people in this country in this world, why are you concerned with fatties? Dick Gregory - Civil Rights Activist Comedian: Because I think they eat too much broccoli for one thing. and and the President said he don't like broccoli, that's probably because his mother probably cooked it in olive oil. But if his wife would cook it in pork rind, it would probably. Let me tell you how it works. I started off concerned about hungry people. And could I create a cheap nutrition for the world's starving people. In the process of doing that, I found out that if you don't understand the politics of hunger, then you'll never feed hungry people. For instance, right now we get an alert that some corner of the world people are starving. And we will buy $2 billion worth of food. And the companies get their money when it leaves the warehouse. And it goes and sits on docks because they don't have the roads or the scientific know how, or the ingenuity to distribute it. But remember, the people that sold the food, they don't get paid when hungry people eat, they get paid when it leaves the warehouse. And so looking at all of that, I also found out something else. And when you look at a hungry, malnourished, starving child or human in Bangladesh or Ethiopia, they got a couple of things in common, a bald head and a bloated belly. And then I realized one day that when you go to any major airport in America, and see ball heads and bloated bellies, you're also looking at malnutrition. And what I was able to do was take the same product that I use in Ethiopia, they use in the hospitals, we don't use it in the field, and convert that to a weight loss when it's really nutrition, but nutrition don't sell. People won't buy that says "nutrition" they say weight loss and so we will able to put a package together. Congress is investigating. And they issue it. I mean, there's certain myths out here, L-Tryptophan. I'm not about to believe that that's killing folks, cigarettes is killing folks. So I live in a country that's going to take a vitamin off the market, but they're not gonna take cigarettes off the market, then again, that's big business. And then if the same people that own the cigarette industry bought out L-Tryptophan, then it would be back on the market. And so when you sit and you look, my whole thing is nutrition. I feel ashamed 20 years ago, buying bottled water for my family. When poor folks had to drink what was coming up tap and I knew it was killing them. And so I went out of my way to talk about chlorine and fluorine is no good for you, and try to raise the level to the issue that we'll all eat clean food. I look around today at people talk about teenage pregnancy. And I'm 57 years old. And I'll be honest, I don't know what my youth teenage pregnancy would have been had we had 5,800 chemicals and additives in the food. And so until we sit down and get serious about this whole thing called nutrition, how do it fit in? Well, last year, when you count all the deaths in this country, from everywhere, you can die, homicide, suicide, accidental OD, we had 2.1 million deaths in America. And of those 2.1 million 1.5 million was diet related. Now, anytime you live in a country, that 80% of your deaths is related to what you eat, and then maybe the CIA is watching the wrong thing. Maybe it's not communism, gonna be our downfall. But what we eat is going to be the downfall. Robert Lipsyte: When you say diet related, you're talking about the cancers that are caused by fat. Dick Gregory: High blood pressure, sugar, diabetes, cerebral hemorrhages, and in the sugar, the salts, the water, the whole bit. And until we can change that, and I would just hope that I could use my voice. I remember. See, I was outraged over one day, I looked back and realized why I start drinking and why I started smoking. My heroes was drinking and smoking. I mean, Alan Ladd man, I mean, Clark Gable never said nothing cool without a cigarette. And I love Clark Gable. I wanted to be like Clark Gable, and I looked at one scene with Clark Gable was talking to this white lady. And that curly lock fell down in his hand. Everybody in the black movie said Oh, my man's in trouble. And Clark kind of switched his head around and flip that curly lock back. About three weeks later, I was with my lady man trying to flip a net back and damnit broke my neck. And so that's the effect they had on it. So I looked around one day, and I found out that I'm saying to young folks that drugs and alcohol is bad, but come on in a nightclub and catch my act. And so in 1973, I had my wife Lillian, call the office here in New York and say, Look, after I get past my last contract, don't book me no more nightclubs. And they didn't understand it at first, but it was my country. Alan Ladd, took a cigarette. Humphrey Bogart smoke whiskey. Now I'm 57 years old, and I noticed that my non-heroes didn't drink. Wolf Man, he never snorted no Coke, you know, Dracula never drank no light beer, and Frankenstein ain't never had a cigarette. And so I just didn't want, and I really believe that the salvation to this whole nation in the planet is not food it's nutrition. And I think the number one battle out here, I think sexism, racism, I think until we really get down to talking about our bodies and talking about, for instance, we live in a racist, sexist society and why we tolerate because we all high. It's not normal for a predominantly Christian society to have to drink as much whiskey as we drink. They have to stay as much high as we say, and we don't understand the whole drug thing. You know, I'm a fantastic income. So I leave my wife and she get upset, right? Whatever you do, please don't call the ghetto welfare system because they'll say kill me, you know, because poor folk don't have no recourse. So it's instant gratification. Throw some hot water on them do some whatever, you know, it's a call somebody in your income bracket. See? Dick's acting funny. I think he got another woman. Well, Mister Dude, come on by the house. Let's talk about this. You take my wife to see her psychologist. And it's like that guy's write up some prescription called drugs. Ghetto sisters, oh man, leave her got the same vibration. She got on call and buy her some crack. Two Americans did not deal with a problem from an ethical standpoint, from a spiritual standpoint, from a godly standpoint. They drove them out, they doped him out. And that's what we into, a drugged out doped up society. And when you do that, you will tolerate racism when you do that. And alcohol is the number one problem. Hitler neo nazis wasn't snorting coke and decided to do some Jews in. They was drinking the same whiskey the Klu Klux Klan was drinking to proclaim, get drunk on the weekends and let's go get some niggas. They weren't snorting no coke or mainline. And the number one problem confronting this country today is whiskey, but we tolerate it. Here's a dude down in Lexington, Kentucky last year, got drunk, come off the expressway the wrong way, hit a school bus and killed 27 folks, children. Got eight years in jail. You know, had they found some marijuana in his pocket, or some cocaine, he'd be on the electric chair now. And so I would say that health and nutrition and as far as the you know, Congress, investigating health and nutrition, they should broaden it. They should look in to we had 4,675 Americans last year OD from hard drugs, and 51% of those was prescription drugs. And 52% of those folks was over 60. And the over 60 population in America is less than 17%.
Soon all ninety? Older life!
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EMANCIPATION OF WOMEN
Reel 2 continued. Check Copyright for material used in this documentary.<br/><br/>Reel 2."Cleaning was traditionally a woman's chore" states the narrator and we see various shots of women at work cleaning shop windows, railway engines (good C/U of two women cleaning wheels of a steam train), railway carriages etc. "...but as more and more men enlisted, women found themselves taking over more responsible positions. Various shots of women at work including guards on trains and ticket inspectors - good shot of woman checking tickets of lots of military personnel - some of this footage is Ministry of Information material. Tram approaches the camera, two women conductresses had been taken on by the Glasgow Municipal Tramways. This experiment had been successful. We see a woman conductress go to the back and front of the tram to change the overhead electric arm. Woman conductress seen on a London bus - a male passenger pays his fare and takes a ticket. Punch cartoon - a woman conductress on a "women's suffrage bus" helps Mr Asquith aboard saying, "Come along sir, better late than never."<br/><br/>Two high angle shots of women on a factory production line making gas masks. Women aviation workers help to prepare aircraft for flights - good shots. Narrator talks of the new emancipation of women. Over a shot of woman performing a repetitive factory job the narrator states: "...some girls might have argued whether they felt liberated or enslaved." <br/> <br/>High angle shot of a demonstration demanding votes for women in 1916 led by Sylvia Pankhurst. The procession was also demonstrating against women receiving less wages than men for the same job. Various shots of the demonstration. Mrs Pankhurst (Sylvia's mother) had become a fervent nationalist and is shown making a speech on the government's foreign policy to a large crowd in Trafalgar Square. <br/><br/>Food shortages. Image of women queuing to buy food at a vegetable stall. Ministry of Information film called "A New Version" is shown. Intertitle reads "Come into the Garden, Maud..." M/S of woman wearing a large hat and tea dress looking out of a lounge room window. Her husband is working hard in the garden, he beckons to her to join him after wiping his brow. She turns away. "I'm sick of this old war. I wish there was something decent to do." She goes into the garden looking bored and fed up. "Well, you've spoilt the lawn it took us all that time to make" says she. The husband replies "Shouldn't we be a bit ashamed of our lawn, dear, if we knew that people were starving for want of the food we might have grown?" Image of the husband and wife dissolves into an image of a mother and her two hungry dishevelled children. The children both cry. The woman shrugs and walks off. "That Evening." The wife helps her husband in the garden. "And the moral is that one is happier doing useful work than loafing around in drawing rooms." <br/><br/>Footage of girls of the land army marching through a city street on a recruitment drive. They hold large banners asking for volunteers. "Come Girls, Sign On - Land Women's fair recruiting sergeant addressing London business girls." A land army volunteer stands on platform making a speech. Narrator states that there were still thousands of women who believed that loafing around in drawing rooms was the only proper activity for a lady. Special films were made in an attempt to change this attitude.<br/><br/>M/S of a lady of leisure lazing on a sofa in a drawing room setting. Another woman comes in and looks at the curtains. "Time hangs heavily on their hands." reads the intertitle. [I think the film may have been called "Women's Land Army" made by Broadwest Films.] One of the women opens a letter which is sitting on the table, it is from her "affectionate brother Harry" who writes of how much the men at war think of the women at home who are doing something for the war effort. "..if you two have not already joined something, do so at once..." he urges. "They decide to join the women who are helping so much." M/S of a group of women lined up. L/S of land army girls working in a field. Various shots of women doing agricultural work, gathering fruit, feeding animals, etc: taking on jobs "that before the war would have been considered degrading even perhaps impossible for a woman to handle." After a shot of two women herding cattle an intertitle reads: "Women are no longer Afraid of Cows." Good shots of a female fire fighting team, they line up in front of the fire station then we see shots of them in training. Ministry of Information footage of the women's Police Service (ironically including many ex-suffragettes) <br/><br/>Pathe Gazette item: "A lady teacher instructs convalescent Tommies the art of Motor Car driving." Various shots of the woman showing the men how to start a car. A woman in uniform is handed something and the men all gathered around her give three cheers and wave their hats and arms in the air. <br/><br/>Intertitle bears a message from D. Lloyd George. "The Prime Minister's Message to the Women of this Film: "The Women of Britain have shown that they can share the hardships of the War...All recognise that a share in the hardship means a share in the triumph." <br/>Over shots of men in the trenches voiceover speaks of the scandal of the number of men fighting for the country who were not able to vote. Revision of the franchise to allow fighting men to vote also led to women being able to vote. C/U of section of the "Representation of the People Act of 1918." Lists the voting rules for women of thirty years and above. M/S of group of men in uniform celebrating the signing of the Armistice by dancing around in a circle holding hands and dancing with each other. High angle shot of crowds of people in Trafalgar Square (?)<br/><br/>Footage of people surrounding a polling booth in Plymouth. Women were allowed to stand for parliament from 1919. M/S of candidates drawing up to the polling booth including Lady Nancy Astor. Footage of Lady Astor at a hospital talking to the babies. Voiceover of one of her speeches. Montage of shots of Lady Astor speaking to various groups of people. On soundtrack she speaks of how Winston Churchill had told her that she had given a remarkable performance when she entered Parliament and how they had hoped to "freeze her out". <br/><br/>Pathe Gazette item: "Our 8 Lady M.P.'s Photographed together for first time at the House of Commons." 1924 - panning shot of the eight women. Margaret (Maggie) Bondfield became the first women Cabinet Minister in 1929 (this shot probably from G1614). <br/><br/>Topical Budget footage of the interior of a dance hall. Cameraman and special light are seen in silhouette in foreground of the picture. M/S of the band on the balcony. Shots of the couples dancing. Narrator speaks of the "gay twenties when women were on a much more equal footing with men."<br/><br/>1924 - an infant welfare centre is shown, women push prams and lead children up steps into the centre. Shot of a woman doctor examining a baby. The centres were set up to educate women on how to bring up healthy children. Camera pans across group of babies. Narrator speaks of changes since Victorian times when subjects such as sex were taboo and "Family Planning" did not exist. <br/><br/>Still photograph of Marie Stopes - pioneer of birth control. C/U of a leaflet advertising "The Mothers' Clinic - the first Birth Control Clinic in the British Empire." Still image of front of a Mothers' Clinic. Panning shot of group of girls sitting at desks getting an education at the Mothers' Clinic.<br/><br/>Sport - various shots of female tennis players. Victorian women could not show their legs - contrast with Suzanne Lenglen one of the post war heroines of post war emancipated women. Montage of shots showing sporting women: cricket players, rowers, shot putters, athletes etc. Women at work: a typist. The new independent woman of the 20s is seen smoking cigarettes, mixing paint, painting a wall, and relaxing with a cup of tea after their hard work. 1928 - all women over 21 were given the right to vote. L/S of group of women M.P.s (?) outside the Houses of Parliament. Film ends with the narrator stating: "Even today, discrimination against women continues." <br/><br/>Credits. Historical Advisor - Arthur Marwick, Professor of History, the Open University. Film Research - Lisa Pontecorvo. Written and Produced by Richard Dunn. The Producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of: Pathe Film Library, National Film Archive, Imperial War Museum, Visnews, Movietone Film Library, Normans Film Service, Scottish Film Council, BBC Sound Archive, The Suffragette Fellowship, The Fawcett Society, Slade Film Department, University College, London, University of Sussex, British Universities Film Council. <br/><br/>The song "Your King & Country Need You" was reproduced from the film "Oh What a Lovely War" by permission of Paramount Records.<br/><br/>Produced and Distributed by EMI Special Films Unit.<br/><br/>London © 1970. <br/><br/>Note: 16mm mute neg and track neg exist for reels 1 & 2. Also section exists (not checked).
Father smoking cigarette near his wife and children.
Father smoking cigarette near his wife and children.
DN-LB-778 Beta SP
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China Smokers - Reax to WHO's sweeping anti-tobacco treaty
TAPE: EF03/0469 IN_TIME: 23:31:37 DURATION: 1:30 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Beijing, 22 May 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Medium shot of men sitting on bicycles with one man smoking cigarette medium shot man smoking 2. Man riding bicycle with cigarette in hand - zooms in towards cigarette 3. Medium shot of elderly men playing Chinese chess and smoking 4. Close up of men's hands holding cigarettes 5. Close up of face of one man taking puff of cigarette 6. Close up of chess pieces on ground - pull focus to packet of cigarette with lighter on top being picked up 7. Medium shot of man lighting cigarette 8. Close up of hand holding cigarette - tilts up to face as man laughs 9. Overhead shot of man looking down at chess board 10. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Mr Yang, 67 year-old retired worker and smoker "Smoking is not good for my health. A lot of people are persuading me to quit. What I'm doing now is to reduce the amount of cigarettes I smoke every day so as to get rid of them gradually." 11. Low angle shot of young man looking at newspaper billboard while smoking 12. Close up of cigarette in his hand 13. Close up of same man smoking 14. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Mr Mo, 27 year-old smoker "I appreciate their (authorities) concern, but I will keep on smoking, even though I shouldn't." 15. Two people walking along street with one man holding cigarette 16. Close up of cigarette being held in hand STORYLINE: China on Thursday expressed support for the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, adopted by the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Wednesday, and said it would sign the treaty as soon as possible. The Convention is the first global treaty on public health and aims to reduce health hazards and the death toll from smoking-related diseases. It requires signatory countries to adopt effective measures to restrict "misleading" tobacco product names such as "mild," "ultra-light," and "low tar," in accordance with their national laws. The W-H-O says smoking-related diseases kill four-point-nine (m) million people each year. Each year, at least one (m) million Chinese die from smoking-related diseases. Sixty-three percent of the adult male population and four percent of the adult female population in China are smokers, with a total number of over 320 (m) million. While smoking rates are declining among senior aged citizens, they are increasing among the youth. China is the world's biggest tobacco producer, turning out one-point-six trillion cigarettes a year.
Smoke Free Campaign / News Conference (1993)
A month without tobacco - assessment of the law evin which celebrates its 30 years
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
USA: TOBACCO COMPANIES COMPENSATION VERDICT
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/0351 IN_TIME: 03:07:01 - 07:20:01 - 10:00:44 LENGTH: 02:19 SOURCES: All APTN except shots 9-11 = ABC RESTRICTIONS: ABC = No Access North America/CBC, All No Access Internet FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat An American jury has awarded a woman who is dying of lung cancer twenty million (m) U-S dollars to be paid by two American tobacco companies. R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris plan to appeal the verdict even before the jury decides what extra compensatory damages will be awarded to Leslie Whiteley and her family. Leslie Whiteley developed lung cancer after smoking for 25 years. For the first time the tobacco industry has lost to someone who started smoking after 1969, when companies began putting government-required health warnings on cigarette packs. Around the U-S, juries have awarded damages to individual smokers only five other times. But three of those verdicts were overturned and the two others are still under appeal. The industry has yet to pay anything in any of those cases. In this latest case, the tobacco companies argued that Whiteley harmed herself by her admitted use of marijuana, by smoking during pregnancy and by disregarding warnings on cigarette packages. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think Philip Morris intends to vigorously defend these cases, I think the facts in this case and in other cases make it very clear that the risks of cigarette smoking are very well-known and have been common knowledge for a long period of time. Smokers like Mrs Whiteley were well aware and well-informed of those risks, when they decided to smoke, and most juries who hear this evidence determine that smokers should be responsible for those decisions." SUPER CAPTION: William Ohlemeyer, Philip Morris Attorney 40-year-old Leslie Whiteley developed lung cancer after smoking for 25 years. The case is seen as a milestone as it was the first to hold cigarette makers responsible for people who took up smoking after the posting of warning labels on the packages. Madelyn Chamber, a lawyer for the family, says the companies themselves denied knowledge of the dangers of smoking, both before and after Whiteley became addicted. SOUNDBITE: (English) "She was addicted. It's a very very simple fact. And also she believed the tobacco-companies. They were saying that it was safe. They were saying it hadn't been proven. We have some documents here that we would like to pass around to everyone, one of them is a letter to a fifth-grade-class in Santa Monica, California, in response to a request from a teacher and from the students for more information and basically in that letter the tobacco companies response is it hasn't been proven and when it's known we let people know and the case has not been made. That letter is from 1972." SUPER CAPTION: Madelyn Chamber, Whiteley attorney The jury deliberated for two full days before reaching its verdict and found that cigarette makers deliberately mislead the public about the dangers of smoking. The companies say they'll appeal if the judge upholds the verdict. SHOTLIST: San Francisco, California, USA and Ottawa, Canada - 27 March 2000 File QUALITY AS INCOMING APTN - File, USA 1. Tobacco being processed 2. Cigarettes in processing plant 3. Marlboro cigarette packages being processed APTN - 19 January 2000, Ottawa 4. Various of cigarettes being manufactured 5. Various of cigarettes on shelf APTN - File, USA 6. Child holding a box of cigarettes in a store 7. Close up of cigarette box 8. Child buying cigarettes ABC - 27 March, San Francisco 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) William Ohlemeyer, Philip Morris attorney 10. Still photo of Leslie Whiteley 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Madelyn Chamber, Whiteley attorney APTN - File, USA 12. Cigarettes being made in a processing plant XFA?
2000s NEWS
NEWSFEED: 7/21-25/05, HEIGHTEN SECURITY @ SUBWAY STATIONS AFTER 2ND LONDON BOMBINGS, WILDLIFE TRIES TAKE BACK SUBURBS, UNION SPEECHES LONDON BOMBINGS BLOOMBERG PATAKI REAX speeches. LONDON BOMBINGS NYC READ NX subway entrance, Int subway station MS 29 YEAR-OLD FACES CHILD MURDER prefab house (the word 'backwoods' comes to mind), Int woman in handcuffs led by ;Accused woman cleverly hides her face behind her long hair, DX arrested woman sits in police car WILLIAM WESTMORELAND SC CASKET ARRIVAL officers carry flag-draped coffin from hearse, flag at half-mast LONDON BOMBINGS BOSTON SUBWAY REAX DX Track policeman going downstairs to subway, Int subway station, train going by; DRUNKEN PILOTS FILE trial scenes, passenger plane at terminal, arrested men, trial, surveillance camera bar, trial ;LONDON POLICE AT HOSPITAL BOMB SNIFFING DOGS yellow tape, angry police, dog checking balcony and sidewalk ;7/21/1994 O.J. SIMPSON PLEAS NOT GUILTY lawyers & police squeeze thru press, trial ;LONDON ARREST person on ground- nobody seems to notice except one police officer pointing a rifle at him, man rises, arrested ;7/22/2003 SADDAMS SONS KILLED soldiers firing at bldg, man wearing headshawl, Iraqi official at podium ;IA TEEN GIRLS KILLED IN CRASH automobile accident aftermath, very smashed cars, ambulance, medivac, stopped cars ;SD SOLAR CAR RACE tiny solar powered car flanked among U.S. flags & spectators ;LONDON BOMBINGS HOBOKEN NJ REAX DX police with dog outside subway entrance, Int officer with machine gun next to ticket machine ;Int subway station, man buying ticket, turnstiles, DX officer waiting by subway entrance ;NYC SUBURBS REAX DX soldiers in fatigues guarding entrance to White Plains Station ;PENN STATION GRAND CENTRAL REAX Int station, people buying tickets, police with dog, crowd coming from subway ;DRUG SMUGGLING TUNNEL this is really fascinating but there's a DEA FOOTAGE bug ;HOMELAND SECURITY CHERTOFF HEARING reporters kneeling on floor to get desk level shots of Chertoff, Q & A ;TN SWELTERING WEATHER MID-SOUTH digital thermometer on billboard says 102 degrees, traffic thru heat waves, pyramid ;Fountains coming from sidewalk in courtyard, lone teen playing with fountain, lone businessman walking down sidewalk ;MI SQUIRREL SPARKS 10 ACRE FIRE charred patch, CUs of fire engine, firefighter spraying trees ;The squirrel was electrocuted by transformer & fell thus igniting brush. Squirrels certainly are dangerous. So are turkeys! WILD TURKEYS A MENACE turkeys perched on fence, pecking at lawn, turkey chick, turkeys invade suburbia ;BEAR TRAPPED (this wouldn't be the first time) bear cub reaching out of tube shaped trap, yet another animal trespasser ;IL SEIU PRESIDENT speech on decline of Unions. IL HOFFA NEWS CONF ;PA ARUBAN POLICE IN PHILADELPHIA Int crime lab or something, matching shell markings ;IN GUARDSMAN CHARGED idyllic military grounds, U.S. flag outside old house, American Legion sign, DX & Int bar & grill ;NJ TO BA SMOKING IN CARS DX hand holding cigarette (patio), driver holding cigarette, drivers on cell phones; Cigar shop (check out this guys eyebrow twitching!) U.S. CASUALTY MN OPSKAR still of Marine, still of hockey team ;IA BIKE RIDER KILLED IN FREAK ACCIDENT fallen tree on house, tandem bike next to tent spawling in wind, urban campers pack up SC MISSING FISHERMEN RESCUED people finish praying. NM BEAR CAPTURED bear in cage, cage on trailer behind p/u ;SOLAR PARKING METERS men ceremoniously uncover parking meter. PA CHENEY CAMPAIGNS FOR CONGRESSMAN speech, buffet chef; IL AFL-CIO PRESIDENT SWEENEY speech. WI GOVERNOR DOYLE SIGNS BUDGET Dx signing papers surrounded by children, speech ;WI WEED LONG AIR SHOW interesting planes, crowd at fair. CA SCHWARZENEGGER ON SCHOOL OBESITY Int speech, chatting with kids
HD-49 Beta SP; DN-LB-836 Beta SP (selected segments)
1951 UNIVERSAL NEWS 10
Teenage healh report
Teenage healh report; Lancashire: Salford: Rogers sitting with group of teenagers (2 shots) Vox pops teenage boy who disagrees SOT Hollie Cheadle (teenage girl) interview SOT - as you get older you wise up to it Group of teenagers with Rogers Amanda Nicholls (teenager) interview SOT - 12 and 11 year olds drinking and smoking Yousef Khamisa (teenager) interview SOT - kids of 12 year old trying to get cigarettes and drink
INTRODUCING OURSELVES PART 2 [ TELEVISION COMMERCIALS ]
c. 1956 <br/> <br/>Check copyright. Promotional film made to show range of television commercials made by Pathe. Film split into two parts - Macdonald Hobley's introduction and a history of Pathe is part 1. <br/> <br/>(i) Dunlop Tubeless Tyres. C/U of a car tyre running over sharp item. Mechanic fits a tyre and fills it with air. Checks tyre by immersing in water. C/U of nail embedded in tyre, mechanic demonstrates how the hole is plugged using special kit. Posh commentator throughout. (ii) Top Secret. <br/> <br/>C/U of a document reading "Top Secret". Three men at a desk say "It's Top Secret!". Woman turns from her typewriter to show camera a spray can of Max Factor's Top Secret hair spray. Shots of woman spraying hair in her boudoir in her underwear. Shot of woman being driven by a dishy man in an open topped sports car. Couple seen by a river, rowing team pass by. Woman in her boudoir with pin curls sprays hair. She then goes to a cocktail bar and gets lots of attention from the three men seen earlier. <br/> <br/>(iii) Dunkies. Dunkie doodles: cartoons are drawn on screen by an unseen artist. Final doodle is of a doughnut. "Do not say doughnut say Dunkie". <br/> <br/>(iv) Guards Trousers. Man drawing a cartoon on an easel - bemoaning men wearing dreadful old baggy trousers and recommending Guards. (v) Germolene. Mother puts Germolene on her sons knee. C/U of tin. Tommy rides his bike. (vi) Water Lilies Leaf Shampoo. C/U of a hand with a leaf of shampoo hooked over the middle finger and held in the palm. A Leaf is put on the hand then rubbed in to the hair. It is plugged as being "the most modern shampoo in the world". <br/> <br/>(vii) Amami Wave Set. A woman and two men watch tennis. As their heads move from side to side they notice her beautiful hair. She is seen at home applying Amami Wave Set. She greets one of the tennis players who strokes her hair. <br/> <br/>(viii) Hiltone: Animated sequence of a brunette looking dour. She perks up when her hair magically becomes blonde. Men bring her chocolates and flowers. Real action: brunette applies Hiltone to her hair with a brush. We then see her blonde with a beau. Animated woman appears from behind box of Hiltone, men wolf whistle. (ix) Setlers. Animated man looks grumpy. His face changes into a Setlers tablet. Pack of tablets. Man in a laboratory. <br/> <br/>(x) Mum. Woman in tennis whites performs a serve. The tennis ball turns into the ball of a roll-on antiperspirant. Woman demonstrates the "built in marble". Woman in black lace nightwear applies Mum (looks bizarre as she is obviously not actually applying it because the sleeves are in the way). (xi) Brylcreem. Man in cricket whites looks at his trophies with woman beside him. Shot of Brylcreem. Man combs his hair. Woman admires his hair. (xii) Disprin. C/U of tablet dissolving then woman drinking the cloudy liquid. C/U of bottle and glass. (xiii) Twinings Teas. Woman dressed as Mrs Siddons in the early 1700s presents packet of Twinings to the camera. <br/> <br/>xiv) Maxwell House. Animation. Mississippi Belle paddle boat passes an American house. Man and a woman sit on porch drinking Maxwell House. Good jingle. "America's favourite coffee!" C/U of tin of coffee, jug and cup. (xv) Black & Decker. C/U of some tools. Attachments for both housewife and handyman. (xvi) Maxwell House. Animation. Wedding of tycoon and dolly-bird. They go to Miami on their honeymoon and drink Maxwell House. (xv) Burtons. Household accidents - man spills ink and coffee on his trousers. Trousers get muddy walking through the rain. Burton's new stain resisting cloth Burtex is advertised. Graphic illustration of ordinary cloth absorbing liquid and Burtex resisting it. <br/> <br/>(xvi) Hi Fi Lipstick from Max Factor. Glamour puss with jewels and fur tells the audience about the new lipstick - automatic refill which clicks into celebrity case (?!) etc. Extreme C/U of her holding the lipstick. (xvii) Mac Fisheries. Turkey taken out of an oven. Philip Harben (Harbin?) in a butchers apron asks why not have a Turkey at Easter? (xviii) Blackstone Opticians. Split screen shows four types of sport: ballroom dancing, football, motor racing and swimming. Whilst woman puts on a swimming cap and waves at camera voice over suggests that sports made easier for spectacle wearers by pair of contact lenses. (xviii) Electrolux. A hoover is seen inside the frame of an eye. (xix) Fred Fearnley Ltd. Scooters and Motorcycles. (xx) Scentinel Quiff. Air freshener. A man in an armchair sneezes - a woman's hand sprays the Quiff. Cigarette put out in an ashtray. Man in an apron frying something on the stove - lots of fumes coming off. Quiff is sprayed. Woman walks towards the camera carrying large bunch of flowers. (xxi) D.D.D. Woman holds her head in her hands (because she has spots). Graphic bars appear in front of her. She then smiles at the camera holding a box of D.D.D. (xxii) Dinneford's. Baby crying in a cot. Mother feeds it medicine. Baby sleeps. (xxiii) Setlers. Man holds his chest. Shot of a pack. Man in laboratory. (xxiv) Fray Bentos. Stop frame animation of three cans of soup, then some funny business stretching and squashing the image (using special lenses?) to a jazzy jingle. (xxv) Bread. Tray with teapot and cups and saucers and a toasted sandwich. Woman tells viewer how to make curried egg toasted sandwich. (Scrambled egg, margarine and pickle). The jingle is: "When it is time to have a break, have a sandwich" so presume it is an advert for bread in general. <br/> <br/>(xxvi) Bristow's Hair Tonic. Man massages his head in front of a mirror. He puts some Bristow's in his hand then rubs it on to his head. Then combs his hair. (xxvii)Tide. Animation . Woman walks along with a basket collecting washing saying "Oh my, dirty again! Thank goodness for Tide". Real action: woman in her kitchen in an apron puts her washing in a machine. Washing flapping on a line. Pile of folded shirts. She places them on a shelf. (xxviii) Wm Younger's Beer. Animation with jingle. Wm Younger character sings a song praising the beer. <br/> <br/>(xxviii) Fray Bentos. Cans pop on to the screen in formation to jingle. (xxviii) Heinz. Stop frame animation of a Christmas scene with angels. "Enjoy 1957 with Heinz 57 varieties". (xxix) Brylcreem. Cricket match. "You'd be stumped without your Brylcreem". Cricket ball in a man's cupped hands changes into jar of Brylcreem. (xxx) Peter Robinson. Two women side by side with graphics showing that one is 5 feet tall, the other 6 feet 2 inches. "Peter Robinson have a size for you". <br/> <br/>(xxxi) Dunlop. A group of cyclists. (xxxii) Huntley and Palmers. Shopkeeper stacking tins of biscuits says that Huntley and Palmers is the first name he thinks of in biscuits. (xxxiii) Beryl Reid holds a bowling ball to her ear. She is playing a character called "Marlene". Jokes abound. She has beer bottles for earrings. Tray of M & B Bitter is brought up and placed on table. Marlene drinks a half. <br/> <br/>(xxxiv) Tide. A family walks through a country village and down to a harbour. They run on the beach. The parents sit on the sand, the children play. Mother dries daughter's hair with a towel. Father takes a picture of the family group. Packet of Tide surrounded by clean folded clothes. (xxxv) Esso Extra. Irish, Scottish and Welsh characters sing song in praise of Esso. <br/> <br/>(xxxvi) Love Story trailer - various lovey dovey shots of Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. Montage of mostly still shots. (xxxvii) Chrysler Sunbeam ad. Petula Clark sings "Put a Chrysler Sunbeam in your life ...etc." Audience in studio seen, also cameramen and director. Petula and husband (?) seen putting luggage in the boot and getting into the car. C/U of car being started, gear stick, instrument panel etc. Petula presses the back seat to show how comfy it is. Car drives through country roads. They arrive at the television studio. More singing. It is rather fab!
3 Questions for Dr Danièle Festin on World No Tobacco Day
Grand Est
DAYPACK:TOBACCO LEGISLATION (03/06/1998)
PRESIDENT CLINTON IS PUSHING TO FINISH THE CONTROVERSIAL TOBACCO DEAL BY THIS SUMMER, BUT WILL A DEAL MEAN BIG TOBACCO IS OFF THE HOOK ON LIABILITY CLAIMS? THAT'S THE QUESTION BEFORE A SENATE COMMITTEE TODAY.