Cosmic Ray - Sulphur Mountain
LS of small herd of horses being chased across meadow by cowboy, mountains in background. HAS of cow moose and calf wading into stream. Shot of moose and calf climbing short grassy slope, grazing in the underbrush. Front MS of two mountain sheep, ewe and lamb, hanging on outcropping, jumping down, moving about undecisively. HALS of Banff, mountains, valleys, rivers. LS of high altitude Cosmic Ray Station at very top of Sulphur Mountain. HALS of rough mountain road on flank of Sulphur Mountain, of Jeep moving along in general direction of and away from camera. Rough TRAVELLING SHOT from Jeep negotiating perilous ascent of mountain. HASs of Jeep moving past camera, going around hairpin curves, reaching station. Various shots of IGY scientist Dr Brian Wilson checking some of the instruments on porch of station and on roof. LS, MS of explosions as crews continue to blast road out of mountain flank. (00/07/1958)
00:00:00:00 [Mike Fortier, friend of bombing suspect Timothy McVeigh, is tailed by FBI agents down road]-- Fortier's jeep going down road followed by two sport ...
Doctors tend patients in rural Iran
Rural life and healthcare in Iran. Women and children tend to livestock at a remote village in Iran. A girl milking a goat held by a boy. Goats relaxing in the sun. A man chases after his donkey in the street. Mud houses in Iranian village. A white Jeep arrives in a remote township hundred miles from Tehran. A doctor steps out of the Jeep. Iranian village women and children sit in waiting room of a clinic. A doctor and a nurse stand near the patients. Faces of mothers and children in Iran. A man consults a doctor during a medical appointment. The doctor examines the man's chest with stethoscope. Location: Iran. Date: 1973.
1942 Call Out the Marines trailer
Call Out the Marines - 1942 b&w trailer - comedy Victor McLaglen, Franklin Pangborn, Edmund Lowe, Binnie Barnes sequel to What Price Glory Marines battling in bar - wild jeep chase - car motorcycle chase through Los Angeles
Yakima, Washington, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>LV. Jeeps racing over rough country. CU. Jeeps flashing past camera. SV. Jeeps racing around tight corner. CU. Jeeps flashing past camera. SV. Angle shot, jeeps climbing steep hill against skyline, & LV. SCU. Jeeps bumping over rough country. SV. Jeep bumping in air, & SV. SV. Towards, jeep jumping through air. SV. Jeep jumping through air. Tarpaulin falls off back. Jeeps bucking - several shots. Passenger nearly loses seat. MV. Jeep racing past camera. MV. Line of jeeps going down hill. SV. Jeeps racing through water. MV. Jeeps driving through mud splashing over drivers, & SV. & MV. <br/> <br/>(F.G.) (Orig. N.) ( Tin 2)
Interview with Ameed Al-Masri pt 1
INTERVIEWER:,Could I have your name and spelling? AMEED AL-MASRI:,00:50:07>>>,Ameed Al-Masri I come from the city Nabus on the West Bank. I was born on the 9th on the 16th of November 1985. Um INTERVIEWER:,Give me the spelling of your name. AMEED AL-MASRI:,00:50:07>>>,That's A M double E D A L dash M A S R I INTERVIEWER:,You said you're from Nabus? AMEED AL-MASRI:,01:33 :24>>>,Yes INTERVIEWER:,You grew up there? AMEED AL-MASRI:,01:36:07>>>,All my life I ah sorry. AMEED AL-MASRI:,01:42:24>>>,I was born and raised in ah in Nabus. INTERVIEWER:,And Nabus is in? AMEED AL-MASRI:,01:51:12>>>,It's in the West Bank the territories of the West Bank. INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,02:02:26>>>,Well this leads me back to um to my father because most of the business INTERVIEWER:,Ok AMEED AL-MASRI:,02:16:00>>>,Ah my first encounter was ah through my father through our family business with Israeli merchants ah in the cities of Nathana and ah Tel Aviv. Our family business is about um water supplies and um ok sorry INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,03:01:00>>>,My first encounter was ah through my father. Our family business is ah associated with ah with merchants ah in Israel such as ah such as within the cities of Nathana and Tel Aviv and Haifa. Ah I would sometimes pick up the phone and um there would be somebody asking for my father speaking in Hebrew saying shalom and I would say shalom back. And um you know we could just start talking and even, even though I was young they would ah they would ask me ok what do you think about what's going on, what do you think about this and that. Like asking for my perspective and I would and I would just talk about it. And ah although I'm 8 or 9 years old I sometimes go with my father for some ah for some business trips. I wouldn't call it, call it a trip actually ah he just goes to Nathala to meet somebody to talk you know to. He would go there to um to discuss his business to discuss the business between the 2 parties and I would just go there and sit and hear then both talking. And hear my father talking in Hebrew and just trying to ah to understand some of the words he's saying. Ah try to get the link. Try to get you know the try to get the vibe about the conservation and ah see what it's all about. INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,04:59:27>>>,It was definitely unique because even though I was INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,05:06:17>>>,It was um it was somehow unique and ah and extraordinary I mean for some Palestinian guy to ah to be exposed to all to the atmosphere of ah interactions between Palestinians and um Israelis on the other side which is considered to be something irregular. I would ah I would say that it had a it had a hold on me I mean I somehow grown up being brought up with 2 different perspectives knowing what knowing that ok people in the streets um probably take extreme sides about the case the conflict take a, take a extreme sides about the conflict. And um on the other hand you see people who are like just regular people like civilians not ah not as people who have anything to do with ah to do with the military conflict. Like to see that ok there happens to be people who are ordinary just like me on the other side of the story. INTERVIEWER:,What kind of extremes INAUDIBLE what's an example? AMEED AL-MASRI:,06:33:00>>>,Um well, as an extreme about the conflict from the Palestinian side is nobody tolerates the fact that Israel should exist within the territories of Palestinian. And it's really hard for them to understand that to open their mind and see that something took place whether willingly or unwillingly. It just happened ah probably ok let me do this again. INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,07:13:02>>>,As and extreme that I would encounter within my school you know things I'd read in the newspaper, things I'd see on the TV um things you just hear um if you step into a supermarket and hear 2 regular people talking politics nobody I mean you get the overall feeling that there's hatred there's there's intolerance for the fact that there's other people who are considered to be our neighbors and they wouldn't just be able to understand. They wouldn't be able to ah to be ok with with them being right there on the same piece of land that they live on. Um so even like the different um different point of views. Different ah different people talking with different perspectives. Some saying look I'm ok with them being there and um but I just want my basic rights. I just want to ah to live in peace and I just want to raise a family you know. And you'd hear other people who are most likely um involved within the conflict who happen to be ah some parts of ah militant groups such as Fadah (?) or Hamas as young people the youth that actually um happen to be the next generation and you can see that some of these people have been ah somehow brainwashed to ah brainwashed and um and lead towards making INAUDIBLE words forming a specific point of view that doesn't tolerate the existence of Israel. And you would just hear these people talking and see that ok they're not completely in the picture but they've been brought up to a perspective that is not their own. And ah somebody has the influence among these people upon these people and just derive ah just drive them to think in a certain way that serves a purpose for ah for such a party like, for such a party like a rebellious party like fata INAUDIBLE. You know um INTERVIEWER:,Do you remember the Oslo Accord? AMEED AL-MASRI:,10:18:26>>>,Yeah the um the day that I recall the most was a day um which me and my family were sitting home and we were watching TV and um we saw the conference the TV conference in which there was ah Isaac Rabin and Yasar Arafat (cough) INTERVIEWER:,Start again. AMEED AL-MASRI:,10:50:16>>>,That's ok. The day I recall the most about Oslo was ah was the day me and my family were sitting and just watching TV and we saw talk Oslo taking place and um I didn't until then understand what was going on you know but I've been always ah in the atmosphere of, of obstacles and and atmosphere of the first antifata INTERVIEWER:,You're watching the TV what did it look like? AMEED AL-MASRI:,11:32:02>>>,Well I don't recollect I don't recall ah the whole setting about ah. I don't recall the whole um the whole Oslo process. I don't recall how it happened. I wasn't actually aware of what exactly what's going on but what I remember is I was sitting there with my family watching TV. And they told me that Gaza and jeco were finally gonna be under Palestinian ah they're gonna, they're gonna be operated by Palestinian authorities. And I asked my dad we don't how come we have Palestinian authority authorities I mean I haven't see any on the streets all I see ah the Israeli forces you know roaming around the neighborhood roaming around the city and I've never seen such thing like a Palestinian source of authority you know. Um and then there was an overall feeling of um happiness. And we could hear cars in the streets sorry can we INTERVIEWER:,Start again. AMEED AL-MASRI:,13:00:08>>>,Yeah so there was a feeling of happiness overall happiness within the streets. There was people honking their horns and raising the flags and pictures of Yasar Arafat. I wasn't totally familiar with his ah with this guy I mean. I never I probably seen his face before but I didn't understand what is his position you know. And um they just told me that this guy represents the case represents Palestinian as a whole. Represents the conflict of Palestinians against ah against many terms that I was raised with you know such as occupation or ah or um ok. Let's start this again. INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,13:51:00>>>,Um INTERVIEWER:,You grew up as a Palestinian but yet Yasar Arafat everybody knows that as a symbol was unfamiliar to you? AMEED AL-MASRI:,14:01:05>>>,Yeah because well Yasar Arafat back then is not as familiar as he is now for um for ah for the youth and probably for um for kids. I mean back then he wasn't actually within ah he wasn't actually he didn't actually exist in Palestinian. Ah well he was there somewhere in Tunisia, in Lebanon, in Jordan but he was never here I mean we were not raised with the fact that there is ah a permanent source of authority within Palestinian. AMEED AL-MASRI:,14:42:04>>>,The only source of authority that we um that we were familiar with was the Israeli forces. INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE how did all this make you feel? AMEED AL-MASRI:,14:57:28>>>,Well first of all once um once we were informed that ok there's people from abroad from Tunisia, from Lebanon, from Jordan who were coming to Palestinian and ah performing as an actual source of authority, authority on these territories that were ah that were um run by Israeli forces before. So it was sort of awkward. It was sort of ah extraordinary to see that such huge shift is happening. Um well I recall that they came as heroes you know. They ah they got into the cities on their jeeps and people would like look at them and just clap their hands and just shout and um shout and joy and um and joyfully like celebrate this event as if it's some kind of ah national celebration. And um gradually they were um actually ah INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,16:24:20>>>,Um so um it was hard to INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,16:31:23>>>,So it was hard to ah AMEED AL-MASRI:,16:34:10>>>,So it was ah it was extra ordinary to see this this kind of shift in ah in authorities. To see that somebody else is coming to ah to replace somebody that you've encountered for, for years back then. And ah they would just start running things their own way and um run cities that were um previously run by the Israeli forces. Ah ok what do I have to say about this. INTERVIEWER:,So did you personally experience the Israeli soldiers before Oslo INAUDIBLE? AMEED AL-MASRI:,17:33:17>>>,Well such memories that. I um. I have some recollection about memories. AMEED AL-MASRI:,17:43:02>>>,I recollect some no AMEED AL-MASRI:,17:46:29>>>,I recall some memories about ah about the existence and um performance of the Israeli ah the Israeli forces within my city Nabus. I mean everyday we would go to school and after we'd finish our school day we would ah go down go downtown and um frolic the ah just go there to take a meal and um or just take a walk. And we would see like the jeeps rolling around. Some, some ah other kids would ah would just start throwing stones at the jeeps and the jeep would stop and they start chase. So we were actually brought up with this ah with this atmosphere of ah of consequent and continuous street fights, street ah street encounters. That so far was ah how I was bought up to the fact that no. How was. How I was brought up ah with ah with the existence of these forces. INTERVIEWER:,Were you ever involved in one of these encounters personally? AMEED AL-MASRI:,19:03:27>>>,I was never actually involved in such um in such encounters. I was never I don't recall that once I my life I picked up a stone and just threw it at the jeep because first of all it didn't make sense to me. And second of all my family I mean I was raised to be a moderate civilian. I was never I was never raised um among political ideologies or never been instructed or forced to believe in something. I would just hear things from my circle of friends and I would just think about it my own way but I didn't actually um believe in ah I didn't actually believe back then in what they were doing. I mean it somehow make, it somehow made non-sense to me because it was, it was purposes. I mean what could erupt for a piece of stone due to ah heavily armed jeep. It was it was somehow useless. And I'd see these people and I'd see kids in the streets just being injured and then just carried to ah to the hospitals. Carried to um carried by ambulances. The whole picture was scary. And as a kid back then I didn't have much guts you know because whenever I'd seen whenever I'd seen such samples of people getting hurt this badly getting ah getting hurt this bad I would ah it would sort of back me off from doing it. AMEED AL-MASRI:,21:09:26>>>,This was ah a million other reasons for me to just back up and observe rather than to function such as other did. INTERVIEWER:,Did you ever feel such anger for a moment that you wanted to confront Israeli forces? AMEED AL-MASRI:,21:35:22>>>,I was once taking my way to school in Ramala. That was actually after the anti fata had started and um we were stopped at a checking point after our 2 hours ride and there was still an hour to and hour, an hour ride I'm sorry AMEED AL-MASRI:,22:00:29>>>,I was once going to school from my city Naplus hold on. Do you want me to talk about ah I mean I want to talk about it like my school experience after I removed to Ramala but do you want me to put this moment or do you want me to like postpone it and talk about it later on? INTERVIEWER:,Did you ever talk to your friends when they were throwing rocks and tell them what you think about it? AMEED AL-MASRI:,22:54:28>>>,Well it was a combination of INTERVIEWER:,And answer the question I tried to talk to my friends about - AMEED AL-MASRI:,23:02:10>>>,Ok well um in some occasions there would be small competitions among me and my friends to talk about what we see and what we live everyday. And um it was never appropriate for me to say that ok people what are you doing I mean this doesn't make sense because the overall feeling was and the overall sense of validness was that what they're doing is right. I mean they're fighting for something but it was never something it was never appropriate for somebody to say ok I'm against this. I mean they would be seen as ah as as AMEED AL- MASRI:,23:51:26>>>,They would be seen as betrayals. INTERVIEWER:,Traders AMEED AL-MASRI:,23:56:10>>>,Trader's right that's the word. INTERVIEWER:,Describe that INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,24:03:29>>>,Well if you take a side of the story that a minority would take it would let you in a really weak position because the majority pursues ah pursues not a policy. Ok it would, it would put you in such a weak position to have um. To have a certain perspective of your own to ah to oppose some kind of ah some kind of actions and just oppose what others were doing you know. It was ah it was somehow un, it was somehow forbidden. To say that ok people what are you doing why are you doing this why do you throw stones and is this gonna help us somehow. I mean you'd be the, you'd be the person to be looked as ah as a trader. To ah you'd be the person who'd be looked at as oh my god what does this guy think I mean where does he come from he doesn't understand what's going on. My brother was shot I don't know yesterday and that's why I'm doing this. And um it was it wasn't possible for somebody to just stand up and say what are you doing. And for them it was a, a rather ah symbolical significance. It was more of um a feeling of rage, a feeling of anger to express for them it was something that they just did with their with all the with all the anger within them they would pick up a stone and, and throw it at a tank or back then it was mostly just jeeps. AMEED AL-MASRI:,26:07:27>>>,For them it was of symbolic significance they probably realized I mean after sufficient encounters that their rocks were not doing actually anything to the jeeps and they probably ah understood that this wasn't doing anything, this wasn't ah, this wasn't this wasn't leading them to anything but for them it was, it was an expression of their anger, an expression of their rage, an expression of all these potentials all these ah angry potentials that they had. So it was, so it was something essential for them to pursue and for others it was probably um -what did we forget to talk about here? INTERVIEWER:,Do you feel that there are more people like you but didn't want to speak out to say what they feel? AMEED AL-MASRI:,27:23:08>>>,Back then and even until now I know some I don't. AMEED AL-MASRI:,27:40:24>>>,Back then and until now I know people that despite everything that's going on and despite of everything that, that had happened they still have this they still have this um this stable point of view that wouldn't change during all this time that in order to um in order to reach a goal in order to um in order to express and um in order to. In order to convey a point of view of your own you should pursue the right means to do that. You should pursue the right way to do it. And um for them they have probably distinct point of views that are really unfamiliar and um different from the overall feeling in the streets and the overall um the overall point of views of the majority of the Palestinian of the Palestinian people but such people exist and probably some of them are nowadays speaking their, speaking their heads saying that this shouldn't be happening and there's other ways to ah there's other ways to, to reach but we want to. There's other ways to, to convey what we want to convey and express what we want to express. INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE what do the people who aren't angry feel or don't believe in throwing stones? AMEED AL-MASRI:,29:39:02>>>,Ok um the fact that the mob. Ok the fact that most of the people that take this extreme point of view that take this extreme ah side of the story in which they um they would want to just let me rephrase this. AMEED AL-MASRI:,30:09:10>>>,The fact that these people um the fact that these people who happened to take the extreme side of the story are um are living in poverty this forms somehow motivation for them to ah to have all these rages and ah and angry feelings and ah drive them to and to feel how they feel. The modernist point of views are probably associated with people who had a stable somehow a stable life relatively at least and um these people were probably more educated, more brought up to the worldwide perceptive, to um they were probably familiar with what the other side thinks. They were just let's say more aware of people of what was going on. The fact that um the majority of the Palestinian people nowadays are living in poverty and are living in really harsh circumstances forms somehow an incentive for them to ah to somehow. AMEED AL-MASRI:,31:40:18>>>,Somehow forms and incentive for these people to think how they think and feel how they feel nobody can blame them for this because the surrounding atmosphere around them is not helping obviously. So this is what's leading the streets the Palestinian streets nowadays towards what we all see on the TV. INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE AMEED AL-MASRI:,32:23:23>>>,At checking points I was, I didn't actually encounter them personally on my own until I was 15 years old and that was the time the anti fata the anti fata with axa started back in ah back on the 28th of September in the year of 2000. Before that I would if I would cross a checking point I would be in the car with my dad. I don't know what destination we would want to reach but that was mainly um my encounterment of a checking point but back when I was 15 there was a point in which I had to, to stand in a row or probably great stopped on a checking point and um I would be asked for my id, I would be asked to ah to I don't know to wait for a few hours until until all the until all the processes were over with. So there was one day I was going um to school from my city of Nubus to Ramala and um that was in 10th grade as far as I can remember. And um on my way to Ramala I got stopped at the checking point of ah of Ektibit (?) that's a small village next to Ramala. And um mainly I've been told that before this um before this situation happened that the solider the soldiers on this checking point are mainly young soldiers probably at the age of 18 and 19 and ah and so on. AMEED AL-MASRI:,34:22:03>>>,So these so what you can expect so the overall feeling among the drivers among the taxi cab drivers that these people are not helpful because they're young they're ah they're angry with what's going on. They're angry with ah with what Palestinians are doing and for that they wont be ah they're not willing to ah they're not willing to tolerate. So I get stopped by this checking point and um the solider comes to the window and he asks for id and everybody else had a piece of id except for me because I was 15 and at that age I was I want holding a piece of id cause the legal age is 16 to hold such piece of documentation. And um the soldiers asks ah ok who didn't give me his id. And I was like it's me because I don't have one. AMEED AL-MASRI:,35:31:18>>>,He goes like well do you have any other piece of documentation. And I was like sorry but I don't. He's like you don't have a birth certificate or anything. I was like no. So he asked me to step out of the car and that's what I did I stepped out of the car. And he tells me to um to go stand behind the, the jeep which was standing let's say 7, 8 meters in front of the taxi. And I stepped in I stepped behind the jeep and he comes to me and um he's like so you don't have any piece of id. And I was like no I don't. And suddenly he punches me in the face. That was a moment that I recall more than any other encounterments of my colleagues or more of any encounterments that I personally had it was, it was it was a situation in which I had some bad feelings you know I mean I've always seen myself as a moderate person and it felt unfair to be treated this way. Despite the fact that I never had some pure hatred or pure rage against against the other side. AMEED AL-MASRI:,36:59:18>>>,And he punches me in the face so I was like standing right there and I couldn't do nothing. The guy was probably a foot shorter than me probably this short. And his machine gun was probably the same length and I was standing there and I knew that I can't do anything. And um he was like what the hell are you staring at. I was like nothing. Probably I was like I felt pissed so I did (noise). He punched me again. And there was 2 soldiers in front inside of the jeep. And they were like ah asking him to, to get me inside of the jeep. So he's like step into the jeep and I was like no I'm not gonna step into the jeep. He's like I'm asking you to step into the jeep. I'm like I don't want to. So I get punched again and eventually I end up on the front seats of the jeep in which the other 2 soldiers were sitting and they took I have to say a few swings at my face and that was it until some other soldiers came and he was like guys what are you doing he's just a kid. AMEED AL-MASRI:,38:14:27>>>,And then I was letting I was let go. And um I just step back into the cab and I sit and I think about it like instantly and I was thinking where am I going. And I realized that I was going to school. I was like this is what I get for going to school but this is, this is what I go through to go to school. And I had this feeling of I had this feeling of you know sickness. I was fed up at that point and I wanted just to go back home and probably never go back to school again and just cuss everything and wonder why everything is happening this way. But some some side inside of me just just told me that go to school pretend this never happened. I mean there was nothing you could do and there was nothing that you could say just pretend it never happened and that's what I did. I totally forgot about it spontaneously and I ah I stepped back into the taxi and I continued my way to school and that was it.
DN-B-092 Beta SP
[American Flag Raised Over Tokyo by MacArthur]
News from the past - week of 22/05/1952
Midi Atlantique
Although details are sketchy at this time reports speculate that the driver of this black Jeep Cherokee shot at a federal agent that was allegedly watching the suspect in an undercover investigation. The suspect fled from police and was later caught but not before leading police into a dead end and trapping them behind a gate, then crashing his own vehicle into another police car.
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Python - Part 2 CONTINUED No Time codeDecomposed body, truck pulling up on dusty road, girl slaps cop, underground military enclave, finger pointing at electronic map on computer screen/monitor, police road blocks, mercenaries walking through fields, mercenaries walking through stream, map on computer screen/monitor, mercenaries open fire, green map on computer screen/monitor, shells emptying out of submachine gun, bazooka explosion in field, MORE SHOOTINGS AND EXPLOSIONS, mercenary men running through field, dead body, Python kills men, Truck parked outside country house at Night, alarm clock buzzes at 5:00am, woman wakes up, guy on couch sleeping, woman's hands turn on shower knobs, water shoots out of shower head, woman's robe drops to the floor, Python POV up to house, hand grabs rubber ducky, woman in shower, snake tail down staircase, POV up to shower curtain, hand pushes toilet flush handle, water stops from shower head, shower curtain ripped from rings, NO TEARS Shampoo bottle, sunrise over clouds, truck speeding along dusty road, POV through weeds, back tires spinning in reverse, smashes Python up against tree, Python head snapping at camera, Jeep driving across bridge, snake chases bikers, police car at road block, blood in INT of police car, dark hallway, silhouettes down stairwell, POV up to bomb shelter with bicycles outside, police car drives down road, POV through woods, man runs through corridor, POV through corridor/hallway, big explosions all around field, Python is lured into Acid House, Woman shocks Python with electric cord, Python head comes down at camera, woman hits switch, Python body pushed into acid bath, chess game
Yakima, Washington, USA (U.S.A. United States of America). <br/> <br/>GV jeeps starting on road-eo at Yakima, Washington. SV pan, two jeeps. SV back view, one jeep chasing another. LV jeeps going through shallow water and turning bend. SV pan, jeep skirting shallow water. MV jeep going through shallow water, & SV. SV cameramen, jeep flashes past. LV jeep climbing steep hill. SV towards Jeep climbing steep hill. MV towards, jeep climbing hill and stalls. SV towards, jeep climbing hill. SV jeep jumping over top of the hill, & SV. Followed by another. <br/> <br/>(F.G.) (Orig "C")
Street scene (1900) with horse drawn carriages and pedestrians, Bustling turn of century street scene (men and women walk down street, man holds pole with 6 buckets of paint), could pass for NYC in 19OO, Bikers (turn of century) on open road, Reenactment of early car driven on road, Horseless carriage and driver in classic garb, Early service station puts gas in horseless carriage, Early car shakes, drives away, beats horses, Early car stuck in middle of cowherd, drives through, Rich man pulls up to mansion in 1904 auto, Early car race reenactment (Vanderbilt Cup, LI, 1904), Crowds cheer early auto race, Early car race (newsreel), funny race cars, 1900s car built by hand, Early automobile assembly line, Early auto car ads (various, panned), Rain aprons, Locomobile ads, Farmer tries out first car, Middle class man checks out car, passengers ready for spin (early open air auto) , Man wears driver's coat, Early engine primed for starting, Ignition switch turned on, car cranked up, Driver climbs into car and drives away, car moves down road, Early car pulled by horse (newsreel), Car (early) drives into stream and out, Early cars on road come face to face, Driver attempts to fix early flat, old man helps (newsreel), Early car pushed uphill, pieces fall off, Early car overheats, Engines on 1912 assembly line, Ford assembly line, early teens, Cars (1910s) driven out of factory, Car logs (many) panned, More car logs (dozens and dozens), WWI Paris, Doughboys on horse and in cars drive down Paris streets, WWI victory parade (United States), New York City busy city traffic with trolleys, New York City in twenties, bustling streets with cars and trolleys, Early New York City buses, Extensive New York City street scenes, traffic cops, trolleys, cars, etc, Man tries to cross city street, Society women get out of chauffeured car, Family doctor gets out of small car, gets in, takes off, Man pushes car on highway, leaps in, Two men push early car to gas pump, Early bus on country highway (int, ext.), Cars tour national parks, Couple kiss in parked car (silent comedy), College kids (1920s) jump into car, Flapper parties in moving auto with boyfriends, Two cars filled with college kids race down highway road, one kid throws bottle on street, car crashes over bottle, goes over hill, Silent comedy clips with motorcycles and cars, Harry Langdon hangs between two moving autos, Langdon falls asleep, wrapped around pole, Keystone Kop car and train chase, train just misses moving car, Wild cops and robbers in cars chase, Gangster movie footage, Tommy guns blaze, cars burn down hillsides, stores bombed, Early car racing (Indy, dirt tracks), Early car race pileups, cars spin, 1930s cars crash head on, leap and crash (Demolition Derby), Car jumps over small house (classic), Cars junked, 1930s auto assembly line, cars move off line, 1930s-40s cars on roads, highways, 1930s traffic jam and clogged street, Early 1930s Rolls Royce, Society women gets into car and smells rose, 1930s-40s auto assembly line, 1942 vacant auto factory, War vehicles turned out (tanks, jeeps), Vacant gasoline station (1942), Post war cars, cars gassed up, Early gas pump, Late 1940s cars on road, Late 1940s car factories, early automation, Late 1940s traffic jams, fender bender, Kids in back seat reads "Superboy" comic, New York City street scenes (late 1940s, early 1950s), Crowded parking garage (1950s), 1950s street scenes, Drive-ins (post office, early bank drive-in), dry cleaning, Sign: "Eat In Your Car", Hamburger drive-in waitress puts A/C ducts (huge) into car window, Drive-in waitress takes order, 1950s motel with car lot, Drive-in movie theater, cars cue up, cars in drive-in parking lot, facing screen, Couple in car watch movie, Movie on screen with cars watching, Foreign (strange) cars on 1950s road, Single driver foreign car, Volkswagen parks in small space, 1950s sports car (open air), Early sports car buffs show, Sports cars race down track, Car designers at work (late 1950s, early 1960s), Car sculpted out of clay, Strange 1950s ideas of revolutionary cars, Car with secretary, stock ticker, mobile phone (office on wheels), Spaceship-type car on road (Chrysler), Aerodynamic car on test track, City of Future moving scale model, Futuristic cars on road (very 1950s), Auto traffic controller of future (campy, weird), Futuristic car gets orders from controller, autopilot light in car placed on, Snacks come out of glove compartment of future car, Tremendous sequence (from auto industrial), Family in super car of future, enjoy ride, Late 1950s traffic jam, Truck driver gives "eh" gesture, Futuristic car clip, XNR fueled up, speeds down road, all views (NICE)
DN-LB-136 Beta SP
American Troops in Tokyo
HAITI #41 9:55A
Standoff Resolved (04/16/1997)
Virginia State Police were held at bay for 10 hours by an armed man in a stolen vehicle who was threatening to commit suicide. 39 year-old Grayson Vaughan surrendered to police this morning and was charged with auto theft in connection with an interstate a car theft ring. Chris O'Connell reports.
Africa - night - Land Rover / jeep drives to fallen log and stops - man jumps out of Rover and group of natives give chase - stormy - lightning
Guatemala riots
Thanksgiving Day celebrations at Oum El Aguareb in Algeria, North Africa in World War 2.
Thanksgiving Day celebrations at Oum El Aguareb in Algeria,North Africa. American soldiers chase a flock of turkeys. Natives gift turkey to U.S. soldiers. U.S. soldiers roll up copies of detailed war maps meant for tank commanders. Allied tanks deployed near Tebourba in Tunisia. Convoy of Allied tanks, half tracks and jeeps move. Location: Algeria. Date: November 26, 1942.
Selected Originals - JEEP CHASING IS NEW SPORT
Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "Jeep Chasing is New Sport" - 51/42. <br/> <br/>This is American version of the newsreel story. The item is visually the same but with American voiceover.
Chase on the run in Vienna