06/20/67 C0001616 CALIFORNIA SAN F USS ENTERPRISE IN SAN FRANCISCO FROM HER FIRST COMBAT TOUR IN JUNE 1966:
06/20/67 C0001616 CALIFORNIA SAN F USS ENTERPRISE IN SAN FRANCISCO FROM HER FIRST COMBAT TOUR IN JUNE 1966: UNCUT "USS ENTERPRISE" SHOWS: NAVY BAND PLAYINGON DOCK: SHOTS OF CAMERAMEN BEHIND HIS CAMERA: HS USS ENTERPRISE GOING UNDER GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE FAMILIES WAVING FROM DOCK: MORE SHOTS OF ENTERPRISE: PAN OF CROWD OF FAMILIES WAITING & WAVING: (SHOT 6/30/67 XXFT) WARSHIPS - CARRIERS - ENTERPRISE BRIDGES - CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO - GOLDEN GATE SOUTH VIETNAM - EVACUEES XX / XX FT / 16 - POS / R21540
Target vehicle fault, Gemini 9A, 1966
Target vehicle fault seen from Gemini 9A, 1966. View from the Gemini 9A spacecraft showing the ADTA (Augmented Target Docking Adaptor) spacecraft with fairings still partially in place. The US Gemini 9A space mission was launched on June 3rd, 1966. The ADTA was an unmanned dummy vehicle designed so that the Gemini 9A crew could practise docking techniques. It had been launched as a contingency after the failure of the original Agena Target Vehicle. Unfortunately the shroud protecting the ADTA's docking adaptor during launch had failed to jettison. Docking was not possible, but other manoeuvres were practiced instead. The Gemini programme was designed to develop techniques for the Apollo Moon landing missions.
A dancing elephant 'Bertha' dances with children at a theater-restaurant in Sparks, Nevada.`
A dancing elephant at a theater-restaurant in Sparks, Nevada. The elephant dances with children. Young boys and girls dance with the dancing elephant 'Bertha'. A man stands near the elephant. 'Bertha' written on the elephant. The elephant is a Go-Go dancer. Signs read 'Go, Go'. Location: Sparks Nevada USA. Date: June 30, 1966.
Worship! : immortal Louis de Funès
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WOMEN'S ISSUES
Episode #68 OBD: Jul-66 TRT: 60 min Description #1: Four U.S. senators are among the participants in this program that examines the controversy surrounding a code of ethics for Congress. (Source: NET Jan-June 1966 Semi-Annual Report) Description #2: (dated June 14, 1966) This program will examine of the controversy surrounding a code of ethics for Congress. Participants so far are: -- Senator Joseph Clark, Democrat – Pennsylvania -- Robert Novak, syndicated columnists for the New York Herald Tribune AT ISSUE: CONGRESS AND ETHICS is a National Educational Television production. Executive producer: Alvin H. Perlmutter Description #3: (dated June 23, 1966) In addition to U.S. Senator Joseph S. Clark (D- Pennsylvania), members of the Senate and House who will be interviewed separately on the program include: -- U.S. Senator Warren G. Magnuson (D- Washington) -- U.S. Senator Russell B. Long (D- Louisiana), chairman of the Senate finance committee -- U.S. Senator Hugh Scott (R- Pennsylvania) -- Representative Richard Bolling (D- 5th Congressional District, Missouri) One additional participant will be named shortly. They will be interviewed by Robert Novak, co-writer of the nationally syndicated column “Inside Report.” Among the issues to be discussed will be problems involving Congressmen and special interests and the high cost of getting elected to office. AT ISSUE: CONGRESS AND ETHICS is a National Educational Television production. Executive producer: Alvin H. Perlmutter Producer-Writer: David A Englander Associate Producer: Elissa Zucker Narrator: Paul Ritacco Description #4: (dated June 30, 1966) The following do not appear in this program: -- U.S. Senator Hugh Scott (R- Pennsylvania) -- U.S. Senator Warren G. Magnuson (D- Washington) One additional participant, who was not previously announced, does appear: -- Representative L. Mendel Rivers (D- South Carolina First Congressional District) Therefore, the final participants now are: -- Representative L. Mendel Rivers -- U.S. Senator Russell B. Long (D- Louisiana), chairman of the Senate finance committee -- Senator Joseph Clark, Democrat – Pennsylvania -- Representative Richard Bolling (D- 5th Congressional District, Missouri) -- Representative Charles E. Bennett (D- Florida Second Congressional District) They will be interviewed separately by Robert Novak, co-writer of the nationally syndicated column “Inside Report.” Topics to be discussed include Congress’s own efforts to establish ethical standards and regulations. Senators and Representatives will give their views on whether they should be required by law to make public statements of their income and the cost of campaigning—particularly the high cost of getting elected in relation to their salaries.
US Car
AP-APTN-1830: US Car Monday, 9 July 2012 STORY:US Car- Man prepares to drive his beloved 1966 Volvo coupe past the 3 million mile mark LENGTH: 02:30 FIRST RUN: 1730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nats SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 749305 DATELINE: Bay Shore - 9 July 2012 LENGTH: 02:30 SHOTLIST: 1. Mid of 1966 Volvo driving on motorway 2. Close-up stickers on window of Volvo 3. Medium Irvin Gordon, owner of 1966 Volvo, sitting in car 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Irvin Gordon, owner of 1966 Volvo: "This car has almost 3 (m) million miles on it. I bought the car new in June 30th, 1966. I put 15 hundred miles on it within the first weekend I owned the car. And I'm still driving it and it's still on the road and it's still dependable." 5. Zoom-in repair invoice that documents 2,947,442 miles (4743448 kilometres) as of May 10, 2012, UPSOUND (English) Irvin Gordon, owner of 1966 Volvo: "2,947,442 miles." 6. Tilt down Guinness World Records certificate, awarded when Volvo logged 2 (m) million miles (4743448 kilometres) in March, 2002 7. Zoom-in Gordon opens hood of Volvo 8. Close-up Volvo serial number 9. Tilt-up Gordon checking oil 10. Close-up oil dip stick 11. Tracking shot Volvo on motorway 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Irvin Gordon, owner of 1966 Volvo: "If I see a sign that sounds interesting on the side of the road, I'll take the time and go look at it. You know if it's a 'visit the pig farm', I'll go visit the pig farm. Just anything to see what the rest of the country has to offer." 13. Mid Volvo interior 14. Zoom-in Volvo odometer reading 66,194 (actual is 2,966,194) 15. Close-up Volvo steering wheel 16. Close-up dashboard 17. Close-up thermostat controls 18. Zoom-in Gordon starting Volvo 19. Tracking shot Volvo driving onto street STORYLINE: Irvin Gordon's 1966 Volvo P1800S just keeps going, and going, and going. The little, red car has well more than 2 (m) million miles (3.2 (m) million kilometres) on the odometer, the equivalent of nearly 1,176 times across the globe. The retired schoolteacher from Long Island, New York, hopes to reach the 3 (m) million mile (4.8 (m) million kilometres) mark by next year. He only has around 34-thousand miles (55-thousand kilometres) to go. The 72-year-old drives his Volvo everywhere. He has held the Guinness World Records mark for High Mileage Vehicle since 2002 and was the first person to hold that record. He bought his beloved car on 30 June, 1966, for 4,150 US Dollars. Gordon originally wanted the convertible Volvo with air conditioning, but it was too expensive. Gordon's car has just enough room for him and his essentials. His front bumper is filled with pins of his mileage achievements. Even his license plate says "MILNMILER." Gordon has been taking road trips since he was a kid and continued through his adult years. His odometer doesn't have enough digits to display the actual mileage, but Gordon has tune-up records verifying it. With trips to Montreal, Texas and Michigan in just the last month, the last leg of his trip should not be too hard. It took him 21 years to reach the first million (m) miles (1.6 (m) million kilometres) and 15 more years to reach 2 (m) million (3.2 (m) million kilometres). Gordon averages 85-thousand (13600 kilometres) to 100-thousand (160-thousand kilometres) miles per year. Most of his trips are for auto shows, but he also takes trips across the country just for a good cup of coffee. "If I see a sign that sounds interesting on the side of the road, I'll take the time and go look at it. You know if it's a 'visit the pig farm', I'll go visit the pig farm," he says. Gordon himself is surprised every time he gets into his car and edges closer to his 3 (m) million mile (4.8 (m) million kilometres) goal. But the miles have taken a toll on the car. Recently, some black tar got into the car's carburetter. He has to get that fixed before he can hit the road again. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 07-09-12 1441EDT
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1972: the Front of Liberation of Brittany
Loire Bretagne
Articles of lost civilization are found during the square mile excavation of Inca ruins of Tiwanaku in Bolivia.
Inca ruins of Tiwanaku in Bolivia. United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO) sends archaeologists to the ancient Inca ruins. Articles of lost civilization are found during the square mile excavation. Workers dig with shovels. A man displays an article. Men pull out a three ton stone with ropes. 'Gateway of the Sun' in view. Location: Tiwanaku Bolivia. Date: June 30, 1966.
WOMEN'S ISSUES
Episode #69 OBD: Aug-66 TRT: 60 min Description #1: Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Malcolm W. Browne, is one of four newspapermen who discuss the problems of reporting and evaluating events in the Vietnam War. (Source: NET Jan-June 1966 Semi-Annual Report) Description #2: (dated June 30, 1966) This program examines the problems of reporting and evaluating events in the Viet Nam war. Among those appearing on this program, moderated by Paul Niven, are: -- Charles Mohr of the New York Times -- Malcolm W. Browne, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1964 for covering Viet Nam for the Associated Press --Joseph Fried of the New York Daily News AT ISSUE #69: THE INFORMATION WAR is a production of National Educational Television. Executive producer: Alvin H. Perlmutter Description #3: (dated July 15, 1966) This is to announce a revision of participants in AT LEISURE #69: THE INFORMATION WAR. -- Dan Rather of CBS, who was announced in the program memo of July 13, does not appear on the program. The participants therefore are: -- Malcolm W. Browne, formerly of the Associated Press, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1964 for covering Viet Nam -- Dean Brelis, NBC correspondent in Viet Nam -- Jack Foisie of the Los Angeles Times -- Charles Mohr of the New York Times Description #4: Four leading American correspondents examine the problems of reporting in war time Viet Nam on National Educational Television’s “At Issue: The Information War.” Filmed in Saigon, the hour long program will feature as participants Charles Mohr of the New York Times; Malcolm W. Browne, Pulitzer Prize winning freelance correspondent and former Associated Press reporter; Dean Brelis, NBC reporter; and Jack Foisie of the Los Angeles Times. The moderator will be N.E.T. Washington correspondent Paul Niven. The panel discusses such questions as: -- Is it a reporter’s job to protect the national interests? -- Have there been instances of censorship of the press? -- Has the administration attempted to play down unpopular news, such as the extent of civilian causalities? -- Do newsmen report more about American failures than successes? -- Is information issued by public information officers reliable? The correspondents will also discuss their daily reporting problems, their relationships with government and military officials, and their opinions of the conduct of the war and the quality of the information reaching the American public. “At Issue: The Information War” is a production of National Educational Television. Executive producer: Alvin H. Perlmutter Moderator: Paul Niven Film Editor: Mike Pellegrino Assistant Film Editor: Barbara Fallick Production Coordinator: Dale Bell
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1960s NEWS
Episode #66 OBD: May-66 TRT: 60 min Description #1: A report on the controversy over whether to build a multi-billion-dollar anti-missile missile system. (Source: NET Jan-June 1966 Semi-Annual Report) Description #2: This program presents a detailed report on this country’s proposed anti-missile defense system which is causing a nationwide controversy. The system’s estimated cost is $30 billion and would involve a nationwide fallout shelter program. It would also risk escalation of the arms race. Included in the proposal is sophisticated new radar system that can differentiate between enemy missiles with real warheads and decoys. The program reports on the present debate and planning involved in this defense decision. Former and present government officials and military leaders comment on the proposal. Included is a look at the so called “think factories” and at the Air Force Academy where strategic war games are mapped out. The program was filmed throughout the country, at missile installations, the Air Force Academy, the Pentagon, Congress, the Rand Corporation, the Hudson Institute, M.I.T., the University of California, Princeton, and other locations. Among those appearing in the program are Dr. Jerome Wiesner, former presidential science adviser and at present the dean of science at M.I.T.; Herman Kahn, director of the Hudson Institute; U.S. Senator Henry Jackson (D- Washington), a member of the Armed Service Committee; Dr. Herbert York, director of research and development at the Department of Defense; Lt. Gen. Austin Betts, Chief of Army Research and Development. Credits: This program is a 1966 production of National Educational Television Executive producer: Alvin H. Perlmutter Producer: Andrew Stern Description #3: A nationwide controversy may result from this country’s proposed anti-missile defense system which will be explored when National Educational Television presents “At Issue: Nike-X.” Many experts fear that this country is virtually defenseless against an enemy missile attack and estimates causalities of two out of every three Americans. Defense experts are sharply divided on the Nike-X, a defense system estimated at $20 billion, involving long- and short-range anti-missile missile, a sophisticated radar system that could differentiate between enemy missiles armed with real and decoy warheads, and a nationwide fallout shelter program. For its report on the Nike-X system, N.E.T. camera units visited missile installations around the country, the Air Force Academy, the Rand Corporation, the Hudson Institute, the University of California, M.I.T. and Princeton. Included in the program is a never-before-filmed segment of the Air Force Academy cadets “play” strategic war games. In this revolutionary teaching technique, cadets are split into teams to map strategy and “spend” defense appropriations. There is also an animated sequence, specially created for this “At Issue” program, depicting the operation of Nike-X if this country were under attack. At the Rand Corporation, experts discuss “system analysis,” the balancing of cost versus lives-saved in the development of a Nike-X defense. Dr. Jerome Wiesner, former Presidential science adviser and at present the dean of science at M.I.T., discusses the possibility of the Nike-X system escalating the arms race, and U.S. Senator Henry Jackson (D- Washington), a member of the Armed Service Committee, talks about chances of Congressional approval for Nike-X appropriations. Others interviewed are Herman Kahn, director of the Hudson Institute; Dr. Herbert York, former director of research and development at the Department of Defense; Lt. Gen. Austin Betts, Chief of Army Research and Development; and Gen. Arthur Trudeau, former Chief of Army Research and Development. There is also exclusive film footage of the underground living facilities at Iron Mountain in New York State. These quarters were recently opened by three New York City-based companies for key executives and their families. “At Issue: Nike-X” is a 1966 production of National Educational Television. Executive producer: Alvin H. Perlmutter Producer-Writer: Andrew Stern Narrator: Dick McCutchen
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CHINA SHOW
SHOW BOXES FOR 1965 - 1966 CHINA SHOW (FTG CKED 08/03 MOST IN PRISTINE CONDITION) BOX 1 V00116306 020838 INTERVIEW - REEL 29-30. EDGE #BE 0022 - 1007 INV W/ MARCUSE ABOUT LIFE IN BEIJING, CHINA. ROLL 2 EDGE 800' #BE 1019 - 1007 Q&A ABOUT CHINA POLITICS ROLL 3 EDGE 790' #BE 5017 - 7032 TALKS ABOUT IMPRESSIONS OF CHINA ROLL 4 EDGE 420' #BE 7032 - 7896 0-344' SOF INTV #BE 7906 - 8120 345-420 SIL CUTAWAYS 1/4 REEL TO REEL TAPE 12OO' 020839 REEL 71 EDGE #EA 0004 - 0425 JOHN SCALI SU ON DEAN RUSK #EA 0724 - 1004 SCALI SU 020841 COLOR MAG REEL 25-26 ROLL 175' EDGE #BC 6517 - 6961 INTV W/ KAHATI OKASAKI (SP), PRESIDENT OF ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS AND CHAIRMAN GENERAL TRADE LIAISON COUNCIL FOR JAPAN AND CHINA, Q&A VIA INTERPRETER, FOCUS SLIGHTLY SOFT ROLL 400' EDGE #BC 6962 - 7550 CONTINUATION OF INTV W/ MR OKASAKI, INTERMITTEN LIGHT SCRATCH, SOFT FOCUS ROLL 3, 4 EDGE #BC 7956 - 9243 CONTINUATION OF INTV W/ MR OKASAKI, INTERMITTEN LIGHT SCRATCH, SOFT FOCUS ROLL 675' EDGE #AB 0015 - 0812 INTV W/ ORIENTAL WOMAN IN RED DRESS, PORTIONS DELETED ROLL 45 590 EDGE #DB 0004 - 1504 INTV W/ JOHN MIRDAHL AND WIFE JUNE KESLEY (SP) ABOUT LIVING IN CHINA. ROLL 400' EDGE #DB 1505 - 2947 CONT. OF INTV W/ JOHN MIRDAHL AND WIFE JUNE KESLEY (SP) ABOUT LIVING IN CHINA. JOHN A SWEDISH WRITER AND ANTHROPOLOGIST, SPENT 6 WEEKS IN VILLAGE. 020842 REEL EDGE #CA 0021 - 1484 ROLL 1 488' MALCOLM BROWN SU IN HONG KONG, CHINA IN BG, CU RED CHINESE FLAGE 0- 224' SOF ROLL 2 225 - 488 SIL FTG OF LO WU SCENERY, FORTIFICATIONS, GRAVES, CEMETERY, TRAIN PASSENGERS, SWITCH ENGINE, PAN OF HILLSIDE, SMALL FOREST, VILLAGE. REEL 26 940' EDGE #BD 0017 - 1484 ROLL 1 757' INTV W/ STUDENTS IN ENGLISH, SLIGHTLY SOFT FOCUS ROLL 2 182' STREET SCENES, PEDESTRIANS, AUTO TRAFFIC, DOWNTOWN BUSINESS DISTRICT, SIGNS, SHOPS, PEOPLE READING NEWSPAPERS ON DISPLAY, 020843A ROLL 770' EDGE #DA 4019 - 5952 INTV W/ JOHN MIRDAHL AND WIFE JUNE KESLEY (SP) ABOUT LIVING IN CHINA, TALKING ABOUT VILLAGE & PEOPLE. ROLL 424' EDGE #DA 5953 - 7012 CONT. OF INTV W/ JOHN MIRDAHL AND WIFE JUNE KESLEY (SP) ABOUT LIVING IN CHINA. JOHN A SWEDISH WRITER AND ANTHROPOLOGIST, SPENT 6 WEEKS IN VILLAGE Q&A CHINA LIVING AND ECONOMY.
Dwight Eisenhower and his wife Mamie Eisenhower celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in the United States.
Former United States President Dwight David Eisenhower and his wife Mamie Eisenhower at their home (1195 Baltimore Pike Gettysburg, PA 17325) in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Dwight Eisenhower and his wife Mamie Eisenhower celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in the United States. The couple stand in the garden in their house. Eisenhower and his wife hold hands while walk on a path. Former President Eisenhower and Mamie Eisenhower sit on an ornate metal bench in a garden. Location: Gettysburg Pennsylvania USA. Date: June 30, 1966.
+Afghanistan WC Troops 2
AP-APTN-2330: +Afghanistan WC Troops 2 Saturday, 12 June 2010 STORY:+Afghanistan WC Troops 2- WRAP US, UK troops watch USA- England match ADDS more Kabul, Helmand LENGTH: 02:30 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/DVIDS STORY NUMBER: 648257 DATELINE: Kabul/Helmand, 12/13 June 2010 LENGTH: 02:30 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY DVIDS - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING PICTURES WERE FILMED JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT LOCAL TIME ON THE 12TH OF JUNE AND JUST AFTER MIDNIGHT ON THE 13TH OF JUNE++ SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 2130 NEWS UPDATE - 12 JUNE 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Kabul ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide exterior of British Camp Souter 2. Troops walking into recreation room to watch US-England football match ++INTERIOR SHOTS++ 3. Pull out of England flag with words reading (English) "Come on England" 4. Wide of England flags hanging from ceiling, pan to troops watching match 5. Close-up of English soldier cheering 6. Wide of troops cheering after Steven Gerrard scores 7. Close-up of soldier watching, pull out as he jumps up cheering 8. Close-up of soldier wearing football shirt with "Gerrard" (English captain Steven Gerrard) on the back, pan to soldier wearing England hat ++NEW (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 12 JUNE 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Kabul 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sergeant Stuart McCrone, Quick Reaction Force Commander, 16 Signals Unit: "Pretty good. Football's football, wherever you play it, wherever you watch it, it's football. It's great. Come on England!" (FIRST RUN 2130 NEWS UPDATE - 12 JUNE 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Kabul 10. Wide of troops watching 11. Close-up of soldier's face ++NEW (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 12 JUNE 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Kabul 12. Wide pan of soldiers watching match ++NEW (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 12 JUNE 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Lashkar Gah City, Helmand Province ++INTERIOR SHOTS++ 13. Wide of British and US troops watching the match in British Provincial Reconstruction Team compound (PRT) 14. Various of troops watching 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joe, US Marine (did not want to give full name and rank): "Well it's better to watch it back home, but I can watch it out here, so it's good too. It's about the same." 16. US marine and British soldier standing together watching match 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Wright, British soldier (did not want to give first name and rank): "Out here is just as good because, I mean, all the boys that I am with, I work with, and I also am friends with back home, so out here is just as good as being in the UK." 18. Wide of troops watching the match, some England supporters wearing red-and-white wigs 19. Troops watching 20. Wide of troops leaving after the end of the match ++NEW (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 12 JUNE 2010) DVIDS - AP CLIENTS ONLY Helmand Province ++NIGHT VISION SHOTS++ 21. Wide of British and US troops watching match, jumping up and cheering ++MUTE++ STORYLINE British troops across Afghanistan tuned in to the highly anticipated World Cup football match between England and the United States into the early hours on Sunday morning. While the match kicked off at 18:30 GMT on Saturday in Rustenburg, South Africa, the soldiers stationed in Afghanistan were up into the early hours of Sunday to watch England's first World Cup match, as Kabul is four and half hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). More than 30 soldiers kitted out in England football shirts and red-and-white hats gathered at the recreation room in Kabul's Camp Souter, the headquarters of Britain's peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan, to cheer their team on. In Helmand province, there was plenty of good-natured rivalry between the 50 or so British soldiers and American marines who gathered to watch the match together in the British Provincial Reconstruction Team compound in Lashkar Gah City. "Out here is just as good because, I mean, all the boys that I am with, I work with, and I also am friends with back home, so out here is just as good as being in the UK," said one British soldier. Many England supporters were disappointed as their team could only finish the match in a 1-1 draw after a shocking error by England goalkeeper Robert Green cost his team victory. Steven Gerrard put England ahead in the fourth minute, but Clint Dempsey scored for the US after Green's mistake. What seemed to be a harmless 25-metre (27 yards) left-foot shot from Dempsey in the 40th minute went straight at Green but the ball bounced off his right glove and trickled over the line for an equaliser at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium. England is seeking its first major title since winning the World Cup at home in 1966. England next play Algeria in Cape Town on Friday while the Americans play Slovenia in Johannesburg on the same day. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-12-10 2010EDT
19 20 Edition Franche Comté: [issue of June 10, 2022]
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ATOMIC BOMB - PART ONE
Worship! Chantal Goya, eternal youth
A2 / France 2
Afghanistan Football - UK troops watch England's victory against Denmark
TAPE: EF02/0512 IN_TIME: 22:32:56 DURATION: 1:28 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Kabul - 15 June 2002 SHOTLIST: 1. English troops in tent watching England v Denmark match 2. Pan of troops watching 3. Troops reacting to play 4. Various of fans watching 5. Match on screen 6. Fans jumping up and celebrating goal 7. Various of troops watching 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) British soldier, Vox Pop "Fantastic, what a performance - we couldn't have asked for more today - all I can say is look out Brazil, if it's Brazil, in the quarter finals. I don't think we're stoppable now. The defence played fantastic, the guys up front held it up well for the guys coming through. I don't think we've got a problem, really happy." 9. High shot of tents STORYLINE: English troops stationed in Kabul as part of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) took time out on Saturday to celebrate their team's win over Denmark in the World Cup. There were loud cheers and applause as England scored in its 3-0 win over Denmark.s More than one thousand British troops are stationed in Kabul. Of course not all will be supporting England, but those who do will be as delighted as fans across the world. Now through to the quarter finals, England supporters can start to hope that they may have a chance of laying their hands on the cup. England has won it just once, in 1966.
GEORGE HARRISON CLIP REEL
CLIPREEL OF RECENTLY DECEASED BEATLE GEORGE HARRISON. 3:01:00 B & w film ftg. Beatles getting off the plane in NYC, February 7, 1964. Beatles get off of plane. George gets off plane first. Girls scream and pass out (from nybbl3394z). 3:02:20 B & w film ftg. Beatles first press conference at JFK on February 7, 1964. Paul McCartney gestures to George (from nybb13394z). 3:03:11 B & w video. Beatles make an appearance on Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964. Beatles are introduced and sing "All my loving" (from nybb13394z). 3:04:52 More ftg from the Ed Sullivan Show. cu George playing guitar solo. George sings with Paul at one microphone (from nybb13394z). 3:06:14 More Sullivan show ftg. Ms of the group performing songs, "Till there was you & She loves you." ms each of the guys are chyroned with bone white graphics. cu of George playing guitar (from nybb13394z). 3:11:00 ftg from the same show. vs the group performing "I want to hold your hand." 3:11:30 Q & A with Ed Sullivan and the Beatles. 3:11:51 B & w film ftg, unknown date. vs of band members clowning around & taking pictures of themselves aboard bus. 3:12:45 Nats ext ftg. Camera follows as George gets out of car and arrives at Linda McCartney's funeral on June 8, 1998 (from nybe16030w). 3:13:11 Nats int ftg of George Harrison interview about the Natural Law Party in April 1992. He performs "Taxman" at a Natural Law Party benefit concert. Clip contains almost full version of the song (from nybml3326b). 3:16:43 Natural Law Party full screen animation (from nybn13326j). 3:17:00 Nats int ftg. Mark Gritten of the Royal Berkshire Hospital gives press conference about George's condition after being stabbed on December 30, 1999 (from nybpl6736y). 3:19:00 Nats ext ftg of George Harrison leaving Linda McCartney's funeral service on June 8, 1998 (from lnba5OO63b). 3:19:40 George Harrison mixed debrief from correspondent Nathan Thomas on December 30, 1999 (from nybt 16736i). 3:21:20 Various Beatles/Harrison clips. George talks about the Maharishi Yogi. Vs of young Beatles moving through crowds. Silent film of Beatles getting off the train ... dates unknown (from dcbp1000j). 3:23:30 Color film ftg. George Harrison with Eric Clapton performing at Madison Square Garden (MSG) concert for Bangladesh in 1971. They sing "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (from nybg13895p). 3:30:10 B & w ftg from 1966. Ed Sullivan announces the Beatles at Shea Stadium in Queens, NY. Beatles run out to stage. Vs of the screaming crowds the group performs. Vs young girls losing their composure (from nytm10602h). 3:36:47 B & w ftg. Beatles arrive at JFK in 1964 from February 7, 1964. Good shot of group right after deplaning Beatles press conference (from nytg6717h). 3:38:21 B & w various stills of George in younger years playing a guitar. 3:40:44 B & w still of George, Paul & John Lennon taken sometime in the 1950's. push into cu George. 3:41:09 B & w still of George w/ the Maharishi. push into cu of George. 3:41:48 B & w still of the Beatles, probably taken sometime in the late 1960's. push into cu of a bearded George. B & w still, tilt down from John & Ringo to George & Paul standing outside of a building. 3:43:07 B & w still of Harrison, push into cu of his face. 3:43:59 blank. end of tape.
Worship! Elvis, the resurrection of the King!
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