GENE AUTRY OBIT (10/3/1998)
Obit of film and business star Gene Autry.
GENE AUTRY OBIT
CS VO OF GENE AUTRY, COWBOY, COUNTRY SINGER, FILM STAR, WRITER AND STORYTELLER ON CHICAGO RADIO. THIS INCLUDES FILE FTG OF GENE AUTRY.
Antoine Fats Domino: 1928 more 2017
Radio France: filmed programmes
16 million men register themselves in United States for the WWII draft, and President Roosevelt addresses from White House.
As World War II heats up, 16,500,000 men between ages 21 to 36 register themselves throughout the United States, signing up during the first peacetime conscription in U.S. history. (This was triggered by passage of the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940, also known as the Burke-Wadsworth Act, the genesis of "Selective Service.") Opening scene shows men lining up to register for the draft before the United States entered World War 2. Views of men filing out their registration forms. At TC:00:22 famous prize fighter, Barney Ross, is being registered. .(He jokes that the registrar shaking his hand has too strong a grip.) At TC: 00:34 Hollywood cowboy Gene Autry is seen registering. Close up view of street signs at Chinatown intersection of Bayard Street and Mott Street in New York City. Sign below it notes "School Street. Drive Slowly. Make no unnecessary noise." Line of many registrants of Chinese-American descent waiting in line, and processing paperwork. Scene changes to another area of the city, where a line of mostly African American men wait outside a registration building. Some cheer and wave for the camera. A police officer at the entrance hustles them inside, pulling some of them along. View of the exterior of the White House in Washington DC. United States President Franklin D Roosevelt addresses the nation's men of draft age, telling them that the call up of 800,000 men for training in year one, and less than one million men in each subsequent year, is a program of defensive preparation only. Roosevelt says to the registrants that "Democracy is your cause. The cause of youth." ( Note: silent except for President Roosevelt speaking at the end.) Location: United States USA. Date: October 16, 1940.
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Gene Autry arrives at Los Angeles premiere of 1939 film "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
Various Subjects
GENE AUTRY
US CE Willie Nelson
Willie's advice to songwriters: turn around!
Gene Autry on Hollywood Walk of Fame
In Los Angeles, cowboy actor Gene Autry receives his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, followed by scenes from his movies and a performance on his radio show, Gene Autrys Melody Ranch. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
News Clip: Old cowgirl
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
GENE AUTRY MUSEUM
00:00:00:00 SOT Gene Autry on his Western heritage museum opening. (0:00)/
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Movie Trailers ("Blue Montana Skies" promo)
1950s TV SHOW
GENE AUTRY - YOUR CHEATIN' HEART AUTRY - YOUR CHEATIN' HEART
LOS ANGELES ANGELS TRAIN IN PALM SPRINGS
In Palm Springs, the American League announces their new team, the Los Angeles Angels. Owner Gene Autry and manager Bill Rigney attend the team's first training session. Famliar figures like Jerry Casale and Ted Kluszewski have joined the new team.
OBIT Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming, film star of ‘40s and ‘50s, dies at 97
BASEBALL PLAYOFF PREVIEW EDITMASTER
CALIFORNIA ANGELS VS THE BOSTON REDSOX / GENE AUTRY PROFILE
GENE AUTRY STAR
00:00:00:00 [Actor Gene Autry gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame]--VS Autry, spectators, star, cameramen, plaque. (0:00)/
News Clip: Cooperstown Express
Video footage from a special program, "Cooperstown Express," that was produced by KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas on the occasion of former Texas Ranger Nolan Ryan being inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
ELDERLY RODEO SISTERS
TWO RODEO LEGENDS REFLECT ON THEIR CAREERS AS PROFESSIONAL BUCKING BRONCO RIDERS. SISTERS ALICE ORR 89 AND MARGE HANSON 84 WERE RODEO QUEENS IN THE 1930'S AND ENJOYED SUCH HONORS AS BEING THE FIRST GIRL INDUCTED INTO THE COWBOY AND COWGIRL HALLS OF FAME. THEY EVEN PLAYED IN MOVIES ALONG WITH WESTERN STARS JOHN WAYNE AND GENE AUTRY. THEIR LIVES ARE QUIETER NOW BUT THEY'RE RELIVING THE THRILL OF THE RODEO THROUGH LITERARY PURSUITS.
GENE AUTRY (CQ03673)
Gene Autry performs the song ?Old Santa Fe? in a nightclub setting, strums guitar, yodels. Autry sings about the old west, is accompanied on piano and accordion. Gene Autry, The Singing Cowboy rides his horse, swings a lasso as he sings ?The Last Roundup?, is joined by other singing cowboys. Men riding horses, yodel, sing ?whoopee ti yi yo git along little dogies?? Gene Autry rides Champion the Wonder Horse. Champ marches along to music, dances, poses on a pedestal, bows. Gene Autry records ?Private Buckaroo? in a studio.
REACTION TO GENE AUTRY DEATH (10/02/1998)
Cowboy star, singer and baseball team owner Gene Autry dies at 91.
SINGING COWBOY GENE AUTRY DEAD AT 91: FAVORITE COWBOY ALSO SMART BUSINESSMAN
B-ROLL OF MUSEUM AND HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD STAY FOR BRIAN ROONEY CS VO ON THE SINGING COWBOY GENE AUTRY HAS DIED AT AGE 91 / AUTRY MADE OVER 90 FEATURES AND WAS ALSO KNOW AS AMERICA'S FAVORITE COWBOY AND LATER BECAME A BUSINESSMAN
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