LIZ TAYOR & MICHAEL TODD AND TODD'S GRAVESITE - HD
At the 29th Academy Awards Michael Todd congratulates his wife Elizabeth Taylor on her award, and thanks everyone for his Best Picture Oscar. Amidst a crowd of spectators, a grieving Elizabeth Taylor exits her car and is led to Todd's gravesite at the Beth Aaron Cemetery in Chicago. Note Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 1920 x 1080. 1080p 23.97 fps -All forms of HD and SD available.
SHIRLEY MACLAINE INTERVIEW 1987
Shirley MacLaine (born Shirley MacLean Beaty; April 24, 1934) is an American film, television, and theater actress, singer, dancer, activist, and author. An Oscar winner, MacLaine received the 40th AFI Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute in 2012, and received the Kennedy Center Honors for her lifetime contributions to American culture through the performing arts in 2013. She is known for her New Age beliefs, and has an interest in spirituality and reincarnation. She has written a series of autobiographical works that describe these beliefs, document her world travels, and describe her Hollywood career. Her first film was Alfred Hitchcock's The Trouble With Harry in 1955. A six-time Academy Award nominee, MacLaine received a nomination for Best Documentary Feature for The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir (1975), and Best Actress nominations for Some Came Running (1958), The Apartment (1960), Irma la Douce (1963), and The Turning Point (1977), before winning Best Actress for Terms of Endearment (1983). She twice won the BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress, for Ask Any Girl (1959), and The Apartment (1960); and won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Special for the 1976 TV special, Gypsy In My Soul. She has also won five competitive Golden Globe Awards, (from nineteen nominations), and received the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 1998 ceremony.
Juhani Karkinen of Finland wins the World High Ski Jump Championship in Lahti, Finland.
World High Ski Jump Championship in Lahti, Finland. Finland's jumper jumps and slips while landing. A German jumper comes at the fourth position. Another German jumper Helmut Recknagel occupies the third position. Juhani Karkinen of Finland jumps for the first position. An advertisement about the telecast of the Academy Awards. Location: Lahti Finland. Date: March 17, 1958.
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HOLLYWOOD NEWS BRIEF, 31ST ACADEMY AWARDS, 1958
THE ROYAL ACADEMY
ISSUE_NO = 1509 NO_OF_ITEMS = 3 ITEM_NO = 1 DESCRIPTION : Before this year's exhibition opened in London, Movietone shared the privilege of a preview and filmed the first picture, to win the "A" award for twenty years. It is the portrait of "The Countess of Dalkeith", by John Merton. Other remarkable pictures: "Mrs. Fedarb", by A.R. Thomson, R.A., "Menton; from La Pausa; 1957", by Sir Winston Churchill, "The Ladder", by Francis Helps, "The Saltings", by Krome Barratt and the unfinished portrait of "His Royal Highness, Prince Philip". This is the work of the late David Jagger, who died before he had completed the painting. CARD_FILE = 73612 CARD_TITLE : THE ROYAL ACADEMY SHOT_LIST : GV Exterior Royal Academy. MS Royal Academy sign. GV interior Royal Academy. MR portrait - The Countess of Dalkeith. CU head only. CU diamond necklace. CU figure in corner of portrait. MS portrait. Pan shot interior of gallery. CU portrait of Mrs. Fedarb. CU visitor looking at picture. CU 'The Ladder'. CU visitor looking at same. CU 'The Saltings'. MS two ladies looking at unfinished portrait of The Duke of Edinburgh by the late David Jaggers. CU head of portrait. KEYWORDS : Great Britain; Arts and Artists; Exhibitions; Buildings, Landmarks and Monuments FEET_SHOT = 87 DATE_SUBD = 05/01/1958
INTERVIEW - Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 27: (INTERVIEW) Raven-Symone and Miranda Maday speaks about the importance of the work done by the Elton John AIDS Foundation and excitement of the party at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 27, 2022 in West Hollywood, California. (Footage by Getty Images for the Elton John AIDS Foundation)
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[Academy Awards - Trailer - Text]
31st Annual Academy Awards 1959
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - home movies of the stars - 31st Annual Academy Awards for 1958 - rehearsal arrivals exterior - red carpet - signs - Gigi marquee - old Academy Awards Theater on Melrose - David Niven - Shirley MacLaine - celebrities - fans
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30TH ACADEMY AWARDS - 1957
HOLLYWOOD NEWS
ISSUE_NO = 1504A NO_OF_ITEMS = 7 ITEM_NO = 7 DESCRIPTION : It's Hollywood's annual presentation of Academy Awards, a great occasion for British film makers. The best actor was named by Cary Grant. With Alec Guinness in England, Jean Simmons accepted for him. Gary Cooper named the best picture of the year. Another film personality was not so happy this time; Elvis Presley had just been awarded his call-up papers! CARD_FILE = 73279 CARD_TITLE : HOLLYWOOD NEWS Academy Awards SHOT_LIST : GV exterior of Pantages Theatre showing illuminations. Ext. shot crowds. GV audience. MS Cary Grant announces Alec Guinness as an Award winner (best actor). Audience applaud. MS Jean Simmons accepts award on behalf of Alec Guinness from Cary Grant. Audience applaud. MS Gary Cooper announces 'Bridge on the River Kwai' as Award winner (best film). CU Oscar on stand. Slip pan. Pan shot Elvis Presley and other recruits arrive at camp. MS Elvis Presley. Interior Barbers shop. SCU Elvis Presley has hair shaved. Slip pan. SCU Presley signs autographs. Slip pan. 3 shots Elvis in barber's chair. KEYWORDS : United States of America; Oscars; Entertainment and Leisure; Buildings, Landmarks and Monuments; Personalities - Performers; Americans; Military - Recruitment; Fashion and Costumes; Military - Active MATERIAL : New Master Neg & Print of Elvis section 09552 FEET_SHOT = 100 DATE_SUBD = 03/31/1958
Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 27: Lady Gaga, Zachary Furnish-John and Elijah Furnish-John arrives at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 27, 2022 in West Hollywood, California. (Footage by Getty Images for the Elton John AIDS Foundation)
31st Annual Academy Awards 1959
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - home movies of the stars - 31st Annual Academy Awards for 1958 - rehearsal arrivals exterior - red carpet - signs - Kim Novak - Dean Martin - Natalie Wood - celebrities - fans
31st Annual Academy Awards 1959
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - home movies of the stars - 31st Annual Academy Awards for 1958 - rehearsal arrivals exterior - red carpet - signs - Sandra Dee - Dean Jones - interior stage - exterior tent and seat construction - Bob Hope - celebrities - fans
Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 27: Donatella Versace, David Furnish, Lady Gaga, Zachary Furnish-John and Elijah Furnish-John arrives at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 27, 2022 in West Hollywood, California. (Footage by Getty Images for the Elton John AIDS Foundation)
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: VARIOUS: ENT4-GEORGE C. SCOTT
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9938B IN_TIME: 11:50:57 LENGTH: 01:20 SOURCES: APTN FILE RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video clips without clearance, No access Internet FEED: SCRIPT: xfa PATTON ACTOR BREATHES HIS LAST STORY: GEORGE C. SCOTT LOCATION: CALIFORNIA DATE: 23RD SEPT GEORGE C. SCOTT -- best known for his movie portrayal of World War Two General George S. Patton -- is dead. He was 71. The wife of Scott's publicist said Thursday that she didn't know the cause of death but he died at his home in Westlake Village in Ventura County, about 40 miles (65 kilometers) northwest of Los Angeles. \"They just found him and are trying to find out what happened,\" Pat Mahoney said. \"He was on again, off again for a while. He just expired.\" The answering service for the Ventura County Coroner's office confirmed Scott had died but had no other information. The coroner planned to release a statement later Thursday, County Sheriff's Sgt. Paul Higgason said. Scott whose eagle-like profile and commanding, gravel-voiced demeanor brought life to Gen. George S. Patton won the Academy Award in 1971 for the film even after publicly criticizing the Oscars as a meaningless, self-serving \"meat parade.\" He refused to accept the award, and he also turned down an Emmy award for his T-V performance in Arthur Miller's \"THE PRICE.\" After establishing himself as a film actor in the 60's and 70's, he turned to television -- appearing in roles such as Scrooge in \"A CHRISTMAS CAROL.\" He leaves a legacy of memorable characters on stage and screen. He captivated movie audiences in roles ranging from the explosive yet sympathetic General George S. PATTON to the bombastic General Buck Turgidson (TUR'-gihd-suhn) in \"DR. STRANGELOVE.\" Other film characters included the shark on the sidelines who tries to devour Paul Newman in \"THE HUSTLER\" and the high-powered ringer brought in to steamroll lawyer Jimmy Stewart in \"ANATOMY OF A MURDER.\" On television, his roles included that of a gritty social worker in \"EAST SIDE/WEST SIDE.\" Scott hit the New York stage in the late 1950's, making his Broadway debut in \"COMES A DAY.\" In 1996, he rose from a sickbed to star in the Broadway revival of \"INHERIT THE WIND.\" One critic said it was like watching a horse buggy powered by a Ferrari engine. In private life, he was for years a bellicose drinker whose profile was marked by a nose broken five times, barroom brawls and one mugging. He was married five times - twice to the same woman, actress COLLEEN DEWHURST. With his highly publicized rejection of the Academy Award still more than a decade away, Scott mopped up nearly every prize in sight for eye-catching performances when he hit the New York stage in 1957 and 1958. He had spent seven years as an unknown, playing in stock theater companies and living on menial jobs, preparing for the breakthrough that came when he was 30 years old and caught the eye of JOSEPH PAPP, impresario of the New York Shakespeare Festival. In rapid succession, he played the title role in \"RICHARD III\" in November 1957, Jacques in \"AS YOU LIKE IT\" in January 1958 and a poisoning peer in the off-Broadway \"CHILDREN OF DARKNESS\" in March 1958. He received awards for his work in all three productions. Later the same year, his Broadway debut in \"COMES A DAY\" was recognized with the first of what would be four Tony Award nominations. The others were for \"THE ANDERSONVILLE TRIAL\" in 1959, \"UNCLE VANYA\" in 1974 and \"DEATH OF A SALESMAN,\" which he also directed, in 1975. Over his career he also won two Obies, two television Emmys out of five nominations, and he was nominated for Oscars four times. His role in the movie \"Anatomy of a Murder\" brought his first Academy Award nomination in 1959. He said nothing about it. But when he was nominated again in 1962, for \"The Hustler,\" he wired the academy \"no thanks.\" The academy did not withdraw his name, but he didn't win either. Scott said later that he did not think he'd ever again be nominated and regretted only that \"I wasn't able to shock the academy into doing something constructive\" about what he viewed as a meaningless popularity contest. The academy ignored his withdrawal again in 1970 and gave Scott the best-actor Oscar, to go with Golden Globe and New York Film Critics honors, for \"Patton.\" The movie received seven Academy Awards. Scott said he spent the evening watching hockey. His last nomination was for \"THE HOSPITAL\" in 1971. A score of movies would follow, including \"The Savage Is Loose,\" which flopped. Scott was born in Wise, Virginia, a coal town, on Oct. 18, 1927, but grew up in Detroit. He joined the Marines in 1945, too late for action in World War II and spent his four years in service burying the dead at Arlington by day and drinking at night. He left the Missouri School of Journalism in 1950 without a degree and threw himself into acting, performing in more than 100 roles with stock companies in Toledo, Ohio; Washington and Ontario, Canada. During this time, his marriages to Carolyn Hughes and Patricia Reed produced two daughters, Victoria and Devon, and a son, Matthew. He met Dewhurst when they appeared together in \"Children of Darkness\" and they were married in 1960, divorced in 1965, remarried in 1967 and divorced in 1972. They had two sons, Alexander and Campbell. Scott also acknowledged a sixth child, born out of wedlock during his school years. He married again in 1972. SHOTLIST: CLIP FILM 'THE HUSTLER' ; SOT GEORGE C SCOTT ; CLIP 'PATTON'?
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Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 27: Lady Gaga, David Furnish, Elijah Furnish-John and Zachary Furnish-John arrives at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 27, 2022 in West Hollywood, California. (Footage by Getty Images for the Elton John AIDS Foundation)
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Entertainment FILE Bancroft - "The Graduate" star Anne Bancroft dies of cancer
NAME: FILE BANCROFT 080605Nx TAPE: EF05/0506 IN_TIME: 10:10:27:00 DURATION: 00:02:55:24 SOURCES: VARIOUS DATELINE: Various - File RESTRICTIONS: See Script SHOTLIST: UNITED ARTISTS - No re-use/re-sale without clearance/No Internet 1. Various clips of "The Graduate" ABC - No access internet 2. Clip of "Broadway Bound" 3. Clip of 1992 interview with Bancroft STORYLINE: Anne Bancroft, who won the 1962 best actress Oscar as the teacher of a young Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker" but achieved greater fame as the seductive Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate," has died. She was 73. She died of uterine cancer on Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital, John Barlow, a spokesman for her husband, Mel Brooks, said on Tuesday. Bancroft was awarded the Tony for creating the role on Broadway of poor-sighted Annie Sullivan, the teacher of the deaf and blind Keller. She repeated her portrayal in the film version. Yet despite her Academy Award and four other nominations, "The Graduate" overshadowed her other achievements. Dustin Hoffman delivered the famous line when he realised his girlfriend's mother was coming on to him at her house: "Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me. Aren't you?" Bancroft's beginnings in Hollywood were unimpressive. She was signed by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1952 and given the glamour treatment. She had been acting in television as Anne Marno (her real name: Anna Maria Louise Italiano), but it sounded too ethnic for movies. The studio gave her a choice of names; she picked Bancroft "because it sounded dignified." After a series of B pictures, she escaped to Broadway in 1958 and won her first Tony opposite Henry Fonda in "Two for the Seesaw." The stage and movie versions of "The Miracle Worker" followed. Her other Academy nominations: "The Pumpkin Eater" (1964); "The Graduate" (1967); "The Turning Point" (1977); "Agnes of God" (1985). After an unhappy three-year marriage to builder Martin May, Bancroft married comedian-director-producer Brooks in 1964. She was born Sept. 17, 1931, in the Bronx to Italian immigrant parents.
31st Annual Academy Awards 1959
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - home movies of the stars - 31st Annual Academy Awards for 1958 - rehearsal arrivals exterior - red carpet - signs - TV news truck - exterior Pantages Theater - spectators on street - George Stevens - Jacques Tati - celebrities - fans
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1958 UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL 4
Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 27: David Furnish and Lady Gaga arrives at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 27, 2022 in West Hollywood, California. (Footage by Getty Images for the Elton John AIDS Foundation)
FILE Bancroft 2 - 'The Graduate' star Anne Bancroft dies of cancer
NAME: FILE BANCROFT 2 080605N TAPE: EF05/0505 IN_TIME: 11:07:45:01 DURATION: 00:01:10:09 SOURCES: United Artists DATELINE: Various, FILE RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale without clearance/No Internet SHOTLIST: UNITED ARTISTS 1. Various clips of "The Graduate" STORYLINE: Anne Bancroft, who won the 1962 best actress Oscar as the teacher of a young Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker" but achieved greater fame as the seductive Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate," has died. She was 73. She died of uterine cancer on Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital, John Barlow, a spokesman for her husband, Mel Brooks, said on Tuesday. Bancroft was awarded the Tony for creating the role on Broadway of poor-sighted Annie Sullivan, the teacher of the deaf and blind Keller. She repeated her portrayal in the film version. Yet despite her Academy Award and four other nominations, "The Graduate" overshadowed her other achievements. Dustin Hoffman delivered the famous line when he realised his girlfriend's mother was coming on to him at her house: "Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me. Aren't you?" Bancroft's beginnings in Hollywood were unimpressive. She was signed by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1952. She had been acting in television as Anne Marno (her real name: Anna Maria Louise Italiano), but it sounded too ethnic for movies. The studio gave her a choice of names; she picked Bancroft "because it sounded dignified." After a series of B pictures, she escaped to Broadway in 1958 and won her first Tony opposite Henry Fonda in "Two for the Seesaw." The stage and movie versions of "The Miracle Worker" followed. Her other Academy nominations: "The Pumpkin Eater" (1964); "The Graduate" (1967); "The Turning Point" (1977); "Agnes of God" (1985). After an unhappy three-year marriage to builder Martin May, Bancroft married comedian-director-producer Brooks in 1964. She was born September 17, 1931, in the Bronx to Italian immigrant parents.
31st Annual Academy Awards 1959
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - home movies of the stars - 31st Annual Academy Awards for 1958 - rehearsal arrivals exterior - red carpet - signs - Cara Williams - Gig Young - Irene Dunne - Theodore Bikel - Wendell Corey - Robert Wagner - Natalie Wood - celebrities - fans