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STEP UP 3D PREMIER
TIME TO REMEMBER - CAME THE DAWN ( 1925 ) reel 3
Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened. <br/><br/>Commentary record exists for this film. Enter "Came the Dawn Commentary" into Title box to find.<br/><br/>Check copyright for film extracts - most were originally A.B.P.C. Elstree (Associated British Picture Corporation) - probably currently Canal Plus copyright (1999).<br/><br/>Reel 3. 01:14:02 Begins with a feature film extract - the film is "Nelson" (1926). Narrator (Basil Rathbone) states that there was "A burst of British films on the theme of Empire." Cedric Hardwicke plays the title role. Various scenes - excited crowds line the streets, Nelson waves to his supporters as he leaves on his last voyage which will end in his death and the victory at Trafalgar. "Up the Empire" he proclaims.<br/><br/>01:14:38 British Empire Exhibition in 1924 - aerial shots of the pavilions. Good shots of newsreel cameramen at the Empire Exhibition. They carry cameras and tripods. Great M/S of two cameramen at work wearing top hat and tails. Prince of Wales (Edward VIII) visits the Empire Exhibition. L/S of the Prince of Wales in a film studio making a charity appeal film (charity not named). M/S of the Prince being handed something.<br/><br/>01:15:25 Chinese army on the march. High angle shot of the international settlement in Shanghai, China - various shots of refugees. Troops boarding a boat. Warships. Man pulling rickshaw through streets of Shanghai past barricades.<br/><br/>01:16:06 Basil suggests: "How much easier if they'd all been allowed to relieve the strain in customary movie style." Sequence from a feature film follows Basil says: "...the film's name doesn't matter." British troops storm the Fort at Oombala ? Lots of soldiers ride horses at speed across a desert landscape then march into the relieved fortress.<br/><br/>01:16:26 Feature film extract. M/S and C/U of the "one defender left alive" after the storming of a fort. He stands, exhausted, with a bandaged head. <br/><br/>01:16:33 Shanghai, China - tanks patrol the streets. New French government being photographed, filmed and interviewed by journalists. <br/><br/>01:16:54 Sequence of a feature film set in France starring Monty Banks. Monty knocks over a dog in his large expensive car. The film has a love triangle at its core - various shots of a flirting couple and of Monty giving money to a French maid, who puts it in her garter. Class issues form part of the plot. Two char ladies interrupt a couple in their canoodling. Basil Rathbone states: "Other ranks were put well and truly in their proper place and kept there." The film is probably "The Compulsory Husband" (1930). Deauville - holidaymakers sitting at outdoor cafes. More scenes from the Monty Banks film - a car chase through the streets of Deauville. "General French loose behaviour" ensues with a French woman dropping her handkerchief on purpose for Monty to pick up. <br/><br/>01:18:33 Basil states that the French women were "Not like the British at all" over shots of girls in bathing suits sitting at a cafe. C/U of woman lighting a cigarette. "The average English rose - screen variety - was a sort of tomboy - indeed just like Betty Balfour, warm hearted and capable of expressing vivacious emotions yet always knowing just exactly where mother had advised her to stop."<br/><br/>01:19:02 Scenes from the Alfred Hitchcock film "Champagne" made in 1928. Great shots of Betty Balfour playing a good time girl. She has a romantic clinch with her co-star and drinks champers in a glamorous nightclub. Betty does a little dance in her seat and gets a bit squiffy - her boyfriend and father are not amused by her risqué behaviour. Claude Hulbert and Gordon Harker are featured. Betty gets herself into a situation that "even she might not be able to handle" with the "champion wolf of the whole pack" Sequence ends with Betty back in the embrace of her boyfriend. Betty's co-stars in the film were Jean Bradin and Theodore Von Alten.<br/><br/>01:20:34 Next scene is listed in paperwork as "Activity on a film set at Elstree". I think that it might be a scene from the film "Shooting Stars" (1928) which had lots of "behind-the-scenes" shots as the story line revolved around film-making.<br/><br/>End of Reel 3 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.
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Movie tax demonstrators protest in front of the Criterion theater at night in Times Square area in New York City, United States.
Demonstrators protest the movie tax in front of the Criterion Theater at 1514 Broadway in New York City, United States. The marquee advertises Jane Russell in "The French Line" as a 3D movie. Neon lights and neon signs on buildings of Times Square and traffic on city streets at night. A banner reads 'Kill The 5% Movie Tax'. Close up view of a large search light shining. A sign reads "Planters Peanuts." Location: New York City USA. Date: 1954.
Sun in outer space
Sun spinning in deep space against nebula and galaxy on the background. Textures taken from: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/SearchPhotos
CELEBRITIES
VARIOUS SHOTS 3D POSTER FOR TRANSFORMERS MOVIE
Pathe
News cameras at 3rd televised presidential press conference
COMPANY HELPS CREATE MOVIE MAGIC (2020)
Minnesota is a long way from Hollywood, but one Eden Prairie company may help a movie win an Academy Award in a few weeks. Stratasys color 3D printing machines were used to help create the movie "Missing Link." The Portland, Oregon, movie studio LAIKA made more than 100,000 facial expressions on the machine for the stop-motion animated film. "We had six of these machines running almost 24 hours a day, seven days a week, churning out over 106,000 different facial expressions," Brian McLean with LAIKA said. "Animators are moving those objects tiny increments and taking a picture, and when you take 24 pictures and you play them back really fast, you get one second of footage. Our characters are physical things — they are not just pixels." Missing Link won a Golden Globe and is nominated for Best Animated Feature in the Academy Awards.
(HZ) UK 3D
3D printing innovations in transport, health and movie-making
KIDS GOING TO SEE CHICKEN LITTLE 3D
A group of little kids wearing bookbags and going to see Chicken Little 3D at a movie theater. Cute girl in pink wearing green 3D glasses.
Get Out and Get Under - PART 3
Car trouble and more prove significant obstacles to actor Harold Lloyd who will lose his part to a rival if he fails to make it to the theater on time. The car in the movie, to which Lloyd was alternately devoted or frustrated, appears to be a 1920 Ford Model T. Interesting fact:The movie's title may be a reference to the 1913 song, He'd Have to Get Under ? Get Out and Get Under (to Fix Up His Automobile), which was used in the movie.
Entertainment TV background screen
Very detailed technical modern background.
3D Television (05/26/1998)
3-D movie technology is being installed in some Utah Hotels.
MICHAEL JACKSON
EDIT MASTER ON THE MICHAEL JACKSON "CAPTAIN EO" EXHIBIT AT THE EPCOT CENTER IN DISNEY WORLD. 12:33:17:28 INTVS WITH FANS WHO TALK ABOUT THE THRILLING EXHIBIT. PRESS CONFERENCE WITH DISNEY WORLD PRESIDENT FRANK WELLS. FILM CLIPS FROM THE 3D MOVIE "CAPTAIN EO". VS OF THE AUDIENCE WEARING 3D GLASSES. FILM TRANSFER OF EO PRODUCER GEORGE LUCAS AND DIRECTOR FRANCIS COPPOLA. CI: PERSONALITIES: COPPOLA, FRANCIS. PERSONALITIES: LUCAS, GEORGE. PERSONALITIES: WELLS, FRANK. INDUSTRIES: MOTION PICTURE.
MOVIE TRAILERS
IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE (1953) IN 3-D. PROMOTION FOR 3D MOVIE
PANDYA WHY 3D IS BACK
Vintage TV WithStatic Noise Test On Screen
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Master News #1 - Reporter stand ups (talent clered)
>>>1. S/up US Marines operation Vietnam taking the ridge line. 1967 >>>2. s/up US Airforce Danang, Vietnam F-8 fighters to bail out Marines at Khe Sahn. >>>3. s/up US Marines combat Hue during Tet 1968 fire coming from the Citadel >>>4. s/up Egypt-Israel peace talks in the desert where peace starts in the Middle East. >>>5. S/up Afghanistan 1987 another year of fighting the Russian occupation. >>>6. s/up Costa Rican street US dollar drops with coffee price in this economy. >>>7. s/up El Salvador journalist at work with guerrilla forces. >>>8. s/up Niagara Falls, Ontario. there are no other Niagara's for power production. >>>9. s/up Washington D.C. near the Capitol new Canadian Embassy good location. >>>10. s/up NASA Pasadena, CA. space lab on its way successfully to Mars. >>>11. Metro News Anchor Desk variety of reports spoken and video. >>>12. s/up Europe, Austrian wine cellar Hayden got bottles from the Prince's wine cellar. >>>13. s/up Austrian aircraft industry Austrians are making this aircraft for test flight >>>14. s/up Vienna Opera House Opera House rose from ashes of ww 2 >>>15. s/up Schonbrun Castle the interior is lines with Persian paintings. >>>16. s/up Vienna Conference Building In the heart of Europe a Conference Center. >>>17. s/up Ottawa, Canada Parliament Hill Parliament is debating this issue. >>>18. s/up Syracuse, N.Y. Veterans Hospital This hospital testing effects of electricity. >>>19. Anchor Desk. Quebec provincial election. The separatists have won the election, >>>20. s/up TRW Office exterior Los Angeles. This company is into space research. >>>21. s/up Costa Rica street The economy will effect this coming election. TYPICAL NEWS STORIES Los Angeles and Washington D.C. >>>1. Fire fighter trainee dies from exertion. >>>2. Murder in Long Beach investigated. >>>3. Movie on gang warfare uses real gangsters. >>>4. Protest against California State use of nuclear power. >>>5. LA Airport delays due to customs inspection. >>>6. Iranian students demonstration in LA >>>7. Opening of a play Dog Fight depicts last days Howard Hughes. >>>8. Pirate radio station owner-manager is handicapped. >>>Washington D.C. typical government trade talks negotiations interviews and testimony. >>>Street corner news conference in Washington street with Canadian trade negotiator Simon Reesman on progress of NAFTA agreements with US. Reporters crowd around and ask obvious questions and get obvious answers but not much information or news. >>>Reporter standuppers on trade negotiations four takes of same standupper. >>>Sec. Of State James Baker in testimony before a Congressional Committee on trade regulations. Chairman is Loyd Benson. Questions and testimony on typical trade issues.
SCRAPBOOK FOR 1933 - reel 3 of 3
Continued from previous reel. <br/> <br/>CU Newspaper headlines about Bodyline bowling controversy in cricket. Shots of Donald Bradman batting in nets. Shots of Harold Larwood bowling in nets. Shots of bodyline style bowling at Test match in Australia. CU headline about Bodyline. <br/> <br/>Shots of people working in newspaper offices in Fleet St. LS of G K Chesterton (actually from 1931). Shots of motorcar racing at Brooklands. VS of fights breaking out in crowd during Irish General Election. Shots of yachts racing off the Isle of Wight. CU headline 'Mysterious Monster of Loch Ness'. Scenes around Loch Ness, Scotland. MS newspapers printed. More headlines. Ext shot of pub. Pan along row of bottles of alcohol. <br/> <br/>Various shots of people enjoying a cruise on a liner ship. Scenes of British tourists in the Middle East, riding on donkeys through eastern market. VS around Venice, Italy. MS the Acropolis in Greece. VS of Roman ruins. Shots of people in dining car on railway train in Germany. Shots of River Rhine, castles, the Lorelei rocks, grape picking in Rhineland vineyards, people drink wine and dancing. <br/> <br/>Large PT display by young Germans. Work and industry in Germany. Window of Jewish shops smashed by Nazi stormtroopers. Nazis in streets with Swastikas. Shops covered with signs proclaiming that they are Jewish. LS of Albert Einstein making speech about freedom. Shots of anti-Fascist demonstration in New York, United States of America (USA). Ext of White House. CU of American President Franklin D Roosevelt. Shots of Congress and New Deal work going on. Building of Mount Rushmoor memorial. Shots of FDR eating outside with New Dealers. <br/> <br/>Shots of events of 1933 shown on cinema screen. Ramsay MacDonald meets Benito Mussolini. Exterior shots of lights in Piccadilly Circus, London. Shots of speedway racing, boxing, elephants performing in Circus, LS of people dancing at the Palais, a cinema organ rises from its pit. CU of newspaper ads for various films of 1933. Clip from 'The Sign of the Cross'. Shots of people in cinema. Clip from '42nd Street'. Shots of people in cinema. Clips from 'The Private Life of Henry VIII'. Shots of lights in London. Crowds of people in theatre foyer. Shots of people in theatre. Dancing girls on stage, back stage shots, dancing girls wearing fig leaf outfits, acrobats performs on stage, singing group, actors performing, Tommy Handley on stage - speaking into telephone, Ronald Frankau performing, Harry Tate in Billiards. Wilson, Kepple (without Betty), minstrel show. Shots of people dancing in dance hall. <br/> <br/>People in cinema. Dr Joseph Goebbels making speech to nazis in Germany. Books burning in street. People through books onto the fire to burn them. <br/> <br/>Shots of London, Berlin and Manhattan at night. People watching musical play intercut with good shots of neon lights in cities. <br/> <br/>Shots of old books and photographs piled in attic. Rocking horse and globe - harking back to start of film. <br/> <br/>End Titles: "Scrapbook For 1933 was produced by the Pathe Documentary Unit. - The End". <br/> <br/>(Check copyright of movie clips)
People sign petitions protesting a proposed movie tax in front of theaters in Times Square, New York.
Demonstrators protest against a proposed movie tax in New York, United States. Protestors in front of Lowe's State theater. Marquee sign reads 'Gone With The Wind'. A banner reads 'Kill The 5% Movie Tax'. An usher encourages patrons to sign a petition against the movie tax. A sign on a petition table : 'Ask Your City Councilman to Help Kill 5% Threatened New York City Movie Tax! Sign Petition Here'. People sign as they pass. At the Criterion theater, a banner reads ' Help Fight The 5% Movie Tax'. The marquee reads, 'Jane Russell in The French Line, 3D' Traffic and crowds on the road in front of the theater. View of Times Square with neon lights and signs. Signs advertise 'Chevrolet' and the movie 'Elephant Walk'. Location: New York City USA. Date: April 1954.
UK Royals
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge don 3D glasses at film premiere