Interviews re: Fashion and Rock and Roll with various Rock personalities - b roll of hippies, Alan Ginsberg, Roy Obison, disco, punks and others.
01:03:51 - 01:30:40>>>DAVID BOWIE INTERVIEW (excerpts - full interview available from 1983 - multi camera shoot) 01:03:51 - 01:04:24>>>David Bowie It's all about clothes 01:04:38 - 01:05:18>>>David Bowie Talking about the fashions and rock bands bringing sex back into 01:06:18 - 01:06:42>>>David Bowie talking about the party spirit of the old days Something exciting happening again in rock and roll. 01:07:33 - 01:08:10>>>David Bowie talking about the French clubs in England and that they were better because they were French. People would go to these clubs to figure out what to where. Again is all comes back to the clothes. All they played in the club was R&B/Soul & James Brown 01:08:13 - 01:08:29>>>David Bowie talking about some dancers in a club and 2 tone mohair. 01:21:52 - 01:22:36>>>David Bowie talking about people who tried to imitate their look and how funny it was when they did it badly. 01:25:35 - 01:26:05>>>David Bowie talking about dumpster diving as a way to get great clothes from the back of clothing stores 01:26:12 - 01:26:50>>>David Bowie talking about the rolling stones and pink Floyd being an inspiration to them. Get out of that denim, put that denim to rest. 01:30:32 - 01:30:40>>>David Bowie talking about the Ramones and the (Sex?) Pistols. Funhouse has hit the streets. 05:07:46 - 05:36:55>>>CYNDI LAUPER INTERVIEW (excerpts - full interview available from 1983 - multi camera shoot) 05:07:46 - 05:08:28>>>Cyndi Lauper talking about the biggest thing being able to wear makeup (Twiggy's makeup). Mentions making her own clothes in home etc 05:08:32 - 05:09:07>>>Cyndi Lauper talking about the mod & pop era of clothes from the late 80's 05:18:48 - 05:20:50>>>Cyndi Lauper talking about the way she came about doing her clothes through poverty and getting inspired from the old music and then went to the vintage clothes. Talks about how she came to work for Laura 05:34:31 - 05:35:35>>>Cyndi Lauper talks about Twisted Sister and a couple of bands and how they evolved what they were wearing. Talks about being behind everyone else 05:35:44 - 05:36:55>>>Cyndi Lauper I thought that punk was expressive behavior , 04:09:07 - 04:17:16>>>TINA TURNER (excerpts - full interview available from 1983 - multi camera shoot) 04:09:07 - 04:09:45>>>Tina Turner Talks about how the look comes second to her. Likes stylized performers because it adds to the over all show. You don't need to be stylized to put on a good show. 04:10:24 - 04:11:09>>>Tina Turner talks about always tearing her dresses in the early days and that lead to her look of short skirts and ragged dresses. 04:12:30 - 04:13:00>>>Tina Turner talks about the freedom that she has now to dress the way that she wants to 04:15:09 - 04:16:08>>>Tina Turner talking about London leading the way in fashion and how the whole area was inspiring and she wanted to be a part if that. 04:16:36 -04:17:16>>>Tina Turner talks about the freedom to dance with the shorter skirts and no one had ever seen it before. 10:30:50 - 10:31:12>>>hippies in a field with flowers, dancing, clapping 08:49:46 - 08:50:29>>>different shots of the American flag on t-shirts, helmets, cars, pants, etc 10:23:15 - 10:23:47>>>a couple kissing and then walking hand in hand through the woods 09:11:54 - 09:13:54>>>B&W Alan Ginsberg talking to a bunch of people in a park and singing. Good shots of hippies 07:25:26 - 07:25:53>>>B&W Motorcyclist dancing and having a party. People holding a trophy 16:03:30 - 16:32:25>>BIG FUNK OF THE FUNKADELICS (excerpts - full interview available from 1983 - multi camera shoot) 16:03:30 - 16:04:32>>>Funkadelics talks about how they didn't fit into Motown so they change in fashion helped them, 16:07:30 - 16:08:15>>>Funkadelics talks about how rock changed when the Beatles came along with Sergeant Pepper. 16:15:28 - 16:16:01>>>Funkadelics talks about how style doesn't really mean anything 16:24:20 - 16:25:23>>>Funkadelics talks about the first time that he had heard Prince and about how the industry creates new artists 16:32:16 - 16:32:25>>>Funkadelics nothing kids like better than messing with the older generation. It's nothing disrespectful or malicious, just human nature. 07:01:34 - 07:44:09>>>Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane)(excerpts - full interview available from 1983 - multi camera shoot) 07:01:34 - 07:02:21>>>Grace Slick - remember the way that people's jaw dropped at the way they were dressed. And recounting the punk look in London in the 70s 07:04:14 - 07:04:49>>>Grace Slick talking about the first time she saw the Beatles she didn't like them, but the first time she saw a Rolling Stones album she loved it. Mick Jagger was a big influence on her because she can't sing either. It's 50% singing and 50% attitude. 07:07:04 - 07:07:45>>>Grace Slick talks about the misconceptions that happened in San Francisco and sees how people can get mislead by what they read in the paper. 07:21:31 - 07:22:52>>>Grace Slick talks about when the guys started wearing make-up. Doesn't matter what they have on so long as they are comfortable in it and that it works for them 07:23:21 - 07:24:56>>>Grace Slick likes the style and fashion of going over the top. Likes the idea of dressing as you feel. Mentions David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen 07:25:08 - 07:26:36>>>Grace Slick talking about how what might look good on Bono won't look good on you. You have to look in the mirror. It's about who the artist is not who they are trying to imitate 07:28:01 - 07:28:24>>>Grace Slick - the arts are generally more about different types of people getting along with each other 07:45:34 - 07:46:09>>>Grace Slick - something very different about the style and music at Studio 54. And about the drugs 07:46:57 - 07:47:24>>>Grace Slick - the first punks that she saw 01:43:44 - 01:44:09>>>Grace Slick - first time she saw Elvis ( You ain't nothin' but a hound dog) and she didn't really get it. 01:05:36 - 01:06:09>>>COLOR Roy Orbison in a recording studio MOS 03:08:36 - 03:09:02>>>Roy Orbison look alike dressed in vintage clothes standing infront of a vintage car 00:00:00 - 00:00:00>>>Crosby Stills & Nash performing on stage in the early days 06:23:11 - 06:23:29>>>Lou Reed talking about no being part of the glam thing, but never sure what his part in the whole thing. maybe because he did an album with David Bowie 06:24:02 - 06:24:38>>>Lou Reed talks about taking things from other people amd the way that you put it together is what makes it your own 08:01:56 - 08:02:54>>>David Byrne interview - hippies are everywhere. and was envious of them 08:09:23 - 08:10:22>>>David Byrne talks about not having an image so just trying to dress average and being labeled preppy. 08:10:56 - 08:13:09>>>David Byrne reacting against what was going on around them when they first started performing. And dressing down to not really have any image. Might be more honest not to where normal clothes in stage because you are not normal, you're a rock star 09:10:19 - 09:10:43>>>Robbie Robertson talks about clothes just being another way to rebel. 09:44:15 - 09:44:58>>>Robbie Robertson punk brought something to the party. It was a good change and good to shake things up. Not sure how timeless the Clash or the Sex Pistols are going to be but that they were certainly neccesary. 10:34:34 - 10:35:28>>>very large audience crowd (hippies) sitting in a field a la Woodstock 01:14:15 - 01:14:30>>>people disco dancing in club 01:07:27 - 01:08:43>>>Punk, 80's youth, Boy George look a likes, Madonna (80s) look a likes walking around - Mohawk hairdos
TEENAGERS JUST SAYING NO W/ STRAIGHT EDGE
COVERAGE IN SYRACUSE, NEW YORK FOR AN ANDERSON COOPER CS VO ABOUT TEENAGERS SAYING NO TO SELF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR W/ STRAIGHT EDGE. 01:00:46 B&W NATURAL SOUND INT FTG. CU SINGER IN ROCK BAND OF SKINNY YOUNG GUYS CLAD IN BAGGY TEE SHIRTS AND LOOSE JEANS PERFORMING FOR AUDIENCE OF TEENAGERS AT LOST HORIZON. 01:01:17 PAN ACROSS FROM STAGE TO KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:01:22 CU YOUNG MAN WEARING BANDANNA OVER HIS HEAD AND EARRING, ANOTHER YOUNG MAN WEARING BASEBALL CAP BACKWARDS. 01:01:34 VS BAND PERFORMING LOUD RAUCOUS SONG. 01:03:57 MS KIDS SLAM DANCING INTO EACH OTHER. 01:05:19 VS ON STAGE AS BAND DANCES AND PERFORMS. 01:10:58 CU SINGER WRITHING, SWEATING AND SHOUTING INTO MICROPHONE. 01:11:24 PAN FROM WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING TO SINGER THANKING FANS AND EXITING STAGE. 01:11:46 FTG IN DARK LOUNGE. MS YOUTHS SITTING AT TABLE SELLING PUNK AND ANIMAL RIGHTS MAGAZINES. 01:12:02 VS ANIMAL ACTIVIST PAMPHLETS. 01:12:22 CU YOUNG MAN W/ SHORT BLEACH BLOND HAIR AND SEVERAL RINGS PIERCING HIS EYEBROWS, NOSE AND EARS. 01:12:28 MLS YOUTHS LOOKING THROUGH BOXES OF RECORDS ATOP TABLE. 01:12:55 PAN ACROSS YOUNG PEOPLE MILLING ABOUT. 01:13:39 VS MALE YOUTHS HANGING OUT ON OVERSTUFFED CHAIRS. 01:14:21 FTG NEAR STAGE. SILHOUETTED SIDE CU YOUNG MAN W/ WIDE FAN OF SPIKED HAIR AND BEARD. 01:14:58 CU SAME KID W/ SPIKED HAIR FROM BEHIND. 01:15:06 REARVIEW MS ENGINEER OPERATING MIXING BOARD. 01:15:37 REARVIEW MS BEHIND AUDIENCE ANOTHER PUNK BAND PERFORMING ON STAGE. 01:16:31 CU GUYS IN AUDIENCE NODDING THEIR HEADS TO MUSIC. 01:17:00 CU DRUMMER POUNDING DRUMS. 01:17:39 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:18:11 HAS OVER KIDS IN AUDIENCE. 01:18:20 REARVIEW MCU BEHIND OBESE LEAD SINGER. 01:18:53 CU KIDS BATHED IN GREEN LIGHT. 01:19:11 MS HUGE LEAD SINGER CLAPPING AND DANCING ON STAGE. 01:21:25 WS OVER KIDS DANCING IN AUDIENCE. 01:22:29 SIDE MS SINGER SINGING. 01:23:44 HAS OVER KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:24:17 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:26:13 MS IN AUDIENCE KIDS DANCING. 01:27:55 PAN FROM BIG LEAD SINGER TO FAT GUY IN AUDIENCE. 01:28:20 MCU KIDS SLAM DANCING IN FRONT OF STAGE. 01:29:04 CU YOUNG GUYS BATHED IN PINK LIGHT DANCING. 01:29:20 CU SWEATING LEAD SINGER STANDING AT EDGE OF STAGE. 01:29:34 WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING. 01:29:45 BREAKUP.
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY; 1950'S
17:31:20:00,Thrilling opening credits (great PRISON BREAK footage), Prison break (NICE), Guards shoot from guard tower, Searchlights, Host Murow talks to camera, Logging camp, Loggers fell trees, Hydro mine, Sign: NEVADA CITY, Downtown Nevada City (NICE), Streets of Nevada City, Sheriff comes into office, Teen punk holds up Sheriff in police station, Teen punks take Sheriff and deputy to deserted road, take his wallet, Punks lock Sheriff's feet together with handcuffs, Punks discuss "letting 'em have it" (Bonnie & Clyde-ish), Sheriff waddles down the road, Sheriff drives while punks hold gun to him. Talk tough, Deputy in office gives orders to assistant, Cop radio call montage. Cops on radios, Punk girl holds knife to cop in car, Punks rob bar. Cop: "If my kids behaved like that I'd drown the litter.", Punk puts music on jukebox, Punk rips phone from wall in bar, Punks take booze, rob cash register, Punk waves gun at woman tavern owner, Punks booze it up in tavern, Punks come out of tavern, grab old man. Hit him with gun, Old man and woman tied to bar stools in bar, get out, Punks holding cop hostage in car, Sheriff leads punks into woods, Punk in woods, takes slug of whiskey, Punks fall asleep, Sheriff dozing in woods, Sheriff hits punk with rock, takes gun, Sheriff pushes punk into stream, has him roll around, Punk in water picks up rock, hides it in hat, Police combing woods at night, Sheriff and punks in woods around campfire, Punks overtake cop, Sheriff leads punks through woods, Punks hold sheriff in hostage stand off, Sheriff talks tough to gun toting punk, Punk gives up gun, Host wraps up story
UPTOWN MINNEAPOLIS EARLY 80’S (1984)
A LOOK AT THE REGION OF MINNEAPOLIS KNOWN AS UPTOWN, BUT TRUE VALUE IN THIS PIECE IS ALL THE PEOPLE ON THE STREETS WEARING 80’S HAIR AND CLOTHING AND FASHIONS AND STYLES! THIS IS GREAT FILE OR B-ROLL OF PEDESTRIANS ON THE STREETS IN 1984.
PUNK MUSIC
TEENAGE PUNK ROCK KIDS INSIDE CLUB BEFORE SHOW
Taratata 100% live: [show of 21 December 2021]
A2 / France 2
BLUE HAIRED PRINCIPAL (11/22/1996)
An Orlando area principal lost a bet with students...so today he came to school with neon blue hair.
Various Subjects
ROCK N ROLL, 60'S CONSUMERISM, 60'S TEENS, 60'S AMERICANA, 60'S NYC, JFK: ALL THE KIDS DANCING ON THE ROCKIN DANCE FLOOR, GREASER PUNKS, MOTORCYCLE GANG, SLICK BULLIES, MARTIAN TRAILERS, ELVIS COLOR TRAILERS, RCA VICTOR COMMERCIALS, KIDS BOWLING, 60'S ROMANCE, FAMILY BARBECUES AND BACKYARD FUN, FAMILY ON COUCH, FAMILY AT BREAKFAST TABLE-GETTING READY FOR SCHOOL, NEW YORK, JFK,
PUNK MUSIC
GROUP OF YOUNG PUNK ROCK KIDS STANDING ON STAGE AFTER SHOW
The 90's, episode 103
01:26 Excerpt from Duck and Cover, an educational film advising how to react to an atomic bomb blast. 03:41 Back to Normal by Jonathan Letchinger. Shot in San Francisco about a week after the devastating earthquake that occurred on October 17, 1989, this video chronicles San Francisco's reactions to the quake. Some are angry, others still in shock. 11:55 Alternatives Festival. A short interview with Mark Johnson, founder of Alternatives Festival, a gathering of punk rock musicians in Washington D.C. that formed to help young people work for change in society. 14:22 We Have The Force by Youth Force '88 and Branda Miller. A short documentary about an inner city youth group that organized an effort called Take Back the Park. Their efforts included demonstrations to evict drug dealers and drug addicts from a park in New York City. 18:40 Henry Moore Sculpture. A teacher talks to teenagers about the first self-sustained nuclear chain reaction while standing at the site where it occurred on the University of Chicago's campus. As we know, the course of mankind - of the world - has been changed as a result of what took place at this spot on December 2nd, 1942. 19:15 Disarmament Survey by Skip Blumberg. A boy in New York discusses his fear of world nuclear proliferation. 20:20 South Africa and the Bomb by Globalvision and South Africa Now. A short segment in which American scientists and analysts discuss the threat posed by South Africa's clandestine nuclear weapons program. Includes 1977 footage of South Africa's former prime minister Johannes Vorster threatening the world to stop meddling in its nuclear plans: If these things continue and don't stop, the time will arrive when South Africa will have no option - small as it is - [but] to say to the world. 'So far and no further. Do your damnedest if you so wish!' A South African scientist warns, The free world hasn't got any way of assessing what South Africa is doing in the nuclear arena. 24:10 Dr. Helen Caldicott discusses toxicity and carcinogenic nature of plutonium in this 1970's video. Access only 26:07 More from Duck and Cover. 36:02 Excerpt from Ambassadors of Cabrini by Lilly Ollinger. Documentary about the Jesse White Tumblers, a gymnastic group made up predominantly of kids from the Chicago Housing Authority 's Cabrini Green. In this clip, we watch the Tumblers perform in the hallways of Cabrini and hear them talk about disadvantages they have suffered growing up in the projects. We can do the stuff that [the white kids] do. They can do it a little bit better because they have more money. 37:19 A segment about the I Have a Dream Program in Chicago's Cabrini Green housing project. This program offers college scholarships, job training, and placement to inner city children in Chicago. 40:37 Sociology professor Bill Sampson discusses the failures of Cabrini Green and public housing in general. 45:08 Hudson River by Educational Video Center. Residents discuss the waste polluting New York's Hudson River. 51:13 Excerpt from Adland.  George Lois, chairman, Lois, Holland, Callaway, New York, explains the power that comes from commercial production - Poom! It's like poison gas..Poom! That's sensational. Oh yeah, that's great. 52:38 More from Duck and Cover.
TEENAGERS JUST SAYING NO W/ STRAIGHT EDGE
COVERAGE IN SYRACUSE, NEW YORK FOR AN ANDERSON COOPER CS VO ABOUT TEENAGERS SAYING NO TO SELF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR W/ STRAIGHT EDGE. 01:00:46 NATURAL SOUND INT FTG. CU SINGER IN ROCK BAND OF SKINNY YOUNG GUYS CLAD IN BAGGY TEE SHIRTS AND LOOSE JEANS PERFORMING FOR AUDIENCE OF TEENAGERS AT LOST HORIZON. 01:01:17 PAN ACROSS FROM STAGE TO KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:01:22 CU YOUNG MAN WEARING BANDANNA OVER HIS HEAD AND EARRING, ANOTHER YOUNG MAN WEARING BASEBALL CAP BACKWARDS. 01:01:34 VS BAND PERFORMING LOUD RAUCOUS SONG. 01:03:57 MS KIDS SLAM DANCING INTO EACH OTHER. 01:05:19 VS ON STAGE AS BAND DANCES AND PERFORMS. 01:10:58 CU SINGER WRITHING, SWEATING AND SHOUTING INTO MICROPHONE. 01:11:24 PAN FROM WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING TO SINGER THANKING FANS AND EXITING STAGE. 01:11:46 FTG IN DARK LOUNGE. MS YOUTHS SITTING AT TABLE SELLING PUNK AND ANIMAL RIGHTS MAGAZINES. 01:12:02 VS ANIMAL ACTIVIST PAMPHLETS. 01:12:22 CU YOUNG MAN W/ SHORT BLEACH BLOND HAIR AND SEVERAL RINGS PIERCING HIS EYEBROWS, NOSE AND EARS. 01:12:28 MLS YOUTHS LOOKING THROUGH BOXES OF RECORDS ATOP TABLE. 01:12:55 PAN ACROSS YOUNG PEOPLE MILLING ABOUT. 01:13:39 VS MALE YOUTHS HANGING OUT ON OVERSTUFFED CHAIRS. 01:14:21 FTG NEAR STAGE. SILHOUETTED SIDE CU YOUNG MAN W/ WIDE FAN OF SPIKED HAIR AND BEARD. 01:14:58 CU SAME KID W/ SPIKED HAIR FROM BEHIND. 01:15:06 REARVIEW MS ENGINEER OPERATING MIXING BOARD. 01:15:37 REARVIEW MS BEHIND AUDIENCE ANOTHER PUNK BAND PERFORMING ON STAGE. 01:16:31 CU GUYS IN AUDIENCE NODDING THEIR HEADS TO MUSIC. 01:17:00 CU DRUMMER POUNDING DRUMS. 01:17:39 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:18:11 HAS OVER KIDS IN AUDIENCE. 01:18:20 REARVIEW MCU BEHIND OBESE LEAD SINGER. 01:18:53 CU KIDS BATHED IN GREEN LIGHT. 01:19:11 MS HUGE LEAD SINGER CLAPPING AND DANCING ON STAGE. 01:21:25 WS OVER KIDS DANCING IN AUDIENCE. 01:22:29 SIDE MS SINGER SINGING. 01:23:44 HAS OVER KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:24:17 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:26:13 MS IN AUDIENCE KIDS DANCING. 01:27:55 PAN FROM BIG LEAD SINGER TO FAT GUY IN AUDIENCE. 01:28:20 MCU KIDS SLAM DANCING IN FRONT OF STAGE. 01:29:04 CU YOUNG GUYS BATHED IN PINK LIGHT DANCING. 01:29:20 CU SWEATING LEAD SINGER STANDING AT EDGE OF STAGE. 01:29:34 WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING.
TEENAGERS JUST SAYING NO W/ STRAIGHT EDGE
COVERAGE IN SYRACUSE, NEW YORK FOR AN ANDERSON COOPER CS VO ABOUT TEENAGERS SAYING NO TO SELF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR W/ STRAIGHT EDGE. 01:00:46 B&W NATURAL SOUND INT FTG. CU SINGER IN ROCK BAND OF SKINNY YOUNG GUYS CLAD IN BAGGY TEE SHIRTS AND LOOSE JEANS PERFORMING FOR AUDIENCE OF TEENAGERS AT LOST HORIZON. 01:01:17 PAN ACROSS FROM STAGE TO KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:01:22 CU YOUNG MAN WEARING BANDANNA OVER HIS HEAD AND EARRING, ANOTHER YOUNG MAN WEARING BASEBALL CAP BACKWARDS. 01:01:34 VS BAND PERFORMING LOUD RAUCOUS SONG. 01:03:57 MS KIDS SLAM DANCING INTO EACH OTHER. 01:05:19 VS ON STAGE AS BAND DANCES AND PERFORMS. 01:10:58 CU SINGER WRITHING, SWEATING AND SHOUTING INTO MICROPHONE. 01:11:24 PAN FROM WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING TO SINGER THANKING FANS AND EXITING STAGE. 01:11:46 FTG IN DARK LOUNGE. MS YOUTHS SITTING AT TABLE SELLING PUNK AND ANIMAL RIGHTS MAGAZINES. 01:12:02 VS ANIMAL ACTIVIST PAMPHLETS. 01:12:22 CU YOUNG MAN W/ SHORT BLEACH BLOND HAIR AND SEVERAL RINGS PIERCING HIS EYEBROWS, NOSE AND EARS. 01:12:28 MLS YOUTHS LOOKING THROUGH BOXES OF RECORDS ATOP TABLE. 01:12:55 PAN ACROSS YOUNG PEOPLE MILLING ABOUT. 01:13:39 VS MALE YOUTHS HANGING OUT ON OVERSTUFFED CHAIRS. 01:14:21 FTG NEAR STAGE. SILHOUETTED SIDE CU YOUNG MAN W/ WIDE FAN OF SPIKED HAIR AND BEARD. 01:14:58 CU SAME KID W/ SPIKED HAIR FROM BEHIND. 01:15:06 REARVIEW MS ENGINEER OPERATING MIXING BOARD. 01:15:37 REARVIEW MS BEHIND AUDIENCE ANOTHER PUNK BAND PERFORMING ON STAGE. 01:16:31 CU GUYS IN AUDIENCE NODDING THEIR HEADS TO MUSIC. 01:17:00 CU DRUMMER POUNDING DRUMS. 01:17:39 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:18:11 HAS OVER KIDS IN AUDIENCE. 01:18:20 REARVIEW MCU BEHIND OBESE LEAD SINGER. 01:18:53 CU KIDS BATHED IN GREEN LIGHT. 01:19:11 MS HUGE LEAD SINGER CLAPPING AND DANCING ON STAGE. 01:21:25 WS OVER KIDS DANCING IN AUDIENCE. 01:22:29 SIDE MS SINGER SINGING. 01:23:44 HAS OVER KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:24:17 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:26:13 MS IN AUDIENCE KIDS DANCING. 01:27:55 PAN FROM BIG LEAD SINGER TO FAT GUY IN AUDIENCE. 01:28:20 MCU KIDS SLAM DANCING IN FRONT OF STAGE. 01:29:04 CU YOUNG GUYS BATHED IN PINK LIGHT DANCING. 01:29:20 CU SWEATING LEAD SINGER STANDING AT EDGE OF STAGE. 01:29:34 WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING. 01:29:45 BREAKUP.
SCHOOL VANDALS IN BROAD DAYLIGHT ON TAPE 2006
Greco Middle School principal Judith Kennedy felt sickened Friday watching a video released this week of three teens trashing her campus last summer. The boys laughed as they tossed chairs through windows. One flashed thumbs-up for the camera. "Kids need to know that there are consequences," Kennedy said. "If you commit vandalism, you're going to have to pay for it - forever." Thanks to Circuit Judge Daniel Sleet, these teens won't soon forget that lesson. They will be paying for the damage to the school for as long as it takes to come up with more than $100,000. On Father's Day, June 18, 2006, the trio broke windows, smashed computers, tore clocks off walls, discharged fire extinguishers and flooded hallways. Temple Terrace police spotted the teens running away after the damage was done. They caught Bo Jess Cosens and Michael E. Dunn on school grounds and found the third teen in the area. His name was not released because he was charged as a juvenile. Police found Dunn, now 17, with a videocamera that had captured the crime spree. "It just blows my mind that these kids could do that," Kennedy said, adding incredulously "and videotape themselves." The state charged Dunn and Cosens, also now 17, with adult felonies of burglary, criminal mischief and grand theft of a fire extinguisher. Kennedy attended their court hearings. She wanted the former Greco students to see her. Dunn pleaded guilty in November, Cosens in January. Each was sentenced to five years of probation and 100 hours of community service. Sleet withheld adjudication, meaning neither teen will have a conviction on his record. They will, however, share responsibility for a significant amount of restitution. Court records show they owe $112,174. If the teens don't pay the restitution during their probationary periods, it will become a lien against them. Prosecutor Debra Bell said the liens will stick until the school is refunded.
PUNK MUSIC
MONTAGE YOUNG PUNK ROCK KIDS WITH COLORFUL MOHAWKS, PIERCINGS, TATTOOS
TEENAGERS JUST SAYING NO W/ STRAIGHT EDGE
COVERAGE IN SYRACUSE, NEW YORK FOR AN ANDERSON COOPER CS VO ABOUT TEENAGERS SAYING NO TO SELF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR W/ STRAIGHT EDGE. 01:00:46 NATURAL SOUND INT FTG. CU SINGER IN ROCK BAND OF SKINNY YOUNG GUYS CLAD IN BAGGY TEE SHIRTS AND LOOSE JEANS PERFORMING FOR AUDIENCE OF TEENAGERS AT LOST HORIZON. 01:01:17 PAN ACROSS FROM STAGE TO KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:01:22 CU YOUNG MAN WEARING BANDANNA OVER HIS HEAD AND EARRING, ANOTHER YOUNG MAN WEARING BASEBALL CAP BACKWARDS. 01:01:34 VS BAND PERFORMING LOUD RAUCOUS SONG. 01:03:57 MS KIDS SLAM DANCING INTO EACH OTHER. 01:05:19 VS ON STAGE AS BAND DANCES AND PERFORMS. 01:10:58 CU SINGER WRITHING, SWEATING AND SHOUTING INTO MICROPHONE. 01:11:24 PAN FROM WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING TO SINGER THANKING FANS AND EXITING STAGE. 01:11:46 FTG IN DARK LOUNGE. MS YOUTHS SITTING AT TABLE SELLING PUNK AND ANIMAL RIGHTS MAGAZINES. 01:12:02 VS ANIMAL ACTIVIST PAMPHLETS. 01:12:22 CU YOUNG MAN W/ SHORT BLEACH BLOND HAIR AND SEVERAL RINGS PIERCING HIS EYEBROWS, NOSE AND EARS. 01:12:28 MLS YOUTHS LOOKING THROUGH BOXES OF RECORDS ATOP TABLE. 01:12:55 PAN ACROSS YOUNG PEOPLE MILLING ABOUT. 01:13:39 VS MALE YOUTHS HANGING OUT ON OVERSTUFFED CHAIRS. 01:14:21 FTG NEAR STAGE. SILHOUETTED SIDE CU YOUNG MAN W/ WIDE FAN OF SPIKED HAIR AND BEARD. 01:14:58 CU SAME KID W/ SPIKED HAIR FROM BEHIND. 01:15:06 REARVIEW MS ENGINEER OPERATING MIXING BOARD. 01:15:37 REARVIEW MS BEHIND AUDIENCE ANOTHER PUNK BAND PERFORMING ON STAGE. 01:16:31 CU GUYS IN AUDIENCE NODDING THEIR HEADS TO MUSIC. 01:17:00 CU DRUMMER POUNDING DRUMS. 01:17:39 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:18:11 HAS OVER KIDS IN AUDIENCE. 01:18:20 REARVIEW MCU BEHIND OBESE LEAD SINGER. 01:18:53 CU KIDS BATHED IN GREEN LIGHT. 01:19:11 MS HUGE LEAD SINGER CLAPPING AND DANCING ON STAGE. 01:21:25 WS OVER KIDS DANCING IN AUDIENCE. 01:22:29 SIDE MS SINGER SINGING. 01:23:44 HAS OVER KIDS APPLAUDING. 01:24:17 VS BAND PERFORMING. 01:26:13 MS IN AUDIENCE KIDS DANCING. 01:27:55 PAN FROM BIG LEAD SINGER TO FAT GUY IN AUDIENCE. 01:28:20 MCU KIDS SLAM DANCING IN FRONT OF STAGE. 01:29:04 CU YOUNG GUYS BATHED IN PINK LIGHT DANCING. 01:29:20 CU SWEATING LEAD SINGER STANDING AT EDGE OF STAGE. 01:29:34 WS AUDIENCE APPLAUDING.
PRESIDENT BUSH IN ST. LOUIS PT. 1 (1992)
PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH REMARKS TO THE COMMUNITY IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
CALIFORNIA
PUNK, GRUNGE KIDS HANGING OUT ON CORNERS. AT NIGHT IN WEST HOLLYWOOD. OUTSIDE ROCK CLUB? ROCK FANS IN 1994.
PUNK MUSIC
PUNK FANS WITH OUTRAGEOUS HAIR, GELED SPIKES, SHAVED ASKED HOW OLD THEY WERE, MOST NOT BORN YET, ONE PICKS ANOTHER'S NOSE, KID SUCKS SLURPY THROUGH NOSE, LINE OUTSIDE PUNK ROCK CLUB
TEENAGERS JUST SAYING NO W/ STRAIGHT EDGE
COVERAGE IN SYRACUSE, NEW YORK FOR AN ANDERSON COOPER CS VO ABOUT TEENAGERS SAYING NO TO SELF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR W/ STRAIGHT EDGE. 02:00:47 B&W NATURAL SOUND INT FTG AT ROCK MUSIC CLUB, LOST HORIZON. CU VIDEOGAME. 02:01:21 CU BOTTLES OF HARD LIQUOR LINED IN SEMI CIRCLE ON TOP OF BAR. 02:01:24 TILT UP TO MIRROR W/ REFLECTION OF AUDIENCE IN FG AND PUNK BAND, BLACK TRAIN JACK, IN BG PERFORMING ON STAGE. 02:02:14 WS SILHOUETTED DANCING FANS IN FG W/ BAND PERFORMING UNDER ORANGE LIGHTS ON STAGE. 02:02:57 CU GUY BEING HURLED OVER AUDIENCE IN FRONT OF STAGE. 02:03:31 CU BASS PLAYER JUMPING AROUND STAGE. 02:03:40 PAN ACROSS TO DRUMMER AND OVER TO LEAD SINGER AND GUITARIST. 02:04:11 MWS BEHIND AUDIENCE BAND CONTINUING TO PERFORM. 02:07:05 GRAINY FTG. WALKING SHOT THROUGH KIDS IN AUDIENCE WATCHING BAND. 02:07:26 CU OBESE LEAD SINGER. 02:07:34 MS BEHIND AUDIENCE MEMBERS STANDING AT EDGE OF STAGE. 02:08:41 MWS BEHIND BAND AUDIENCE PACKED AT FOOT OF STAGE. 02:10:54 FTG IN LOUNGE. WALKING SHOT THROUGH CROWD OF KIDS MILLING ABOUT IN FRONT OF TABLES SELLING RECORDS, TEE SHIRTS AND ANIMAL RIGHTS LITERATURE. 02:11:56 MS CROWD OF KIDS STANDING AROUND. 02:12:10 CU ANGRY ANIMAL RIGHTS TEE SHIRTS ON DISPLAY. 02:12:40 EXT FTG. MWS MALE YOUTHS CONGREGATING OUTSIDE CLUB. 02:13:09 MS YOUTHS WALKING PAST CAMERA. 02:13:12 REWINDS.
TEENAGERS JUST SAYING NO W/ STRAIGHT EDGE
COVERAGE IN SYRACUSE, NEW YORK FOR AN ANDERSON COOPER CS VO ABOUT TEENAGERS SAYING NO TO SELF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR W/ STRAIGHT EDGE. 02:00:47 B&W NATURAL SOUND INT FTG AT ROCK MUSIC CLUB, LOST HORIZON. CU VIDEOGAME. 02:01:21 CU BOTTLES OF HARD LIQUOR LINED IN SEMI CIRCLE ON TOP OF BAR. 02:01:24 TILT UP TO MIRROR W/ REFLECTION OF AUDIENCE IN FG AND PUNK BAND, BLACK TRAIN JACK, IN BG PERFORMING ON STAGE. 02:02:14 WS SILHOUETTED DANCING FANS IN FG W/ BAND PERFORMING UNDER ORANGE LIGHTS ON STAGE. 02:02:57 CU GUY BEING HURLED OVER AUDIENCE IN FRONT OF STAGE. 02:03:31 CU BASS PLAYER JUMPING AROUND STAGE. 02:03:40 PAN ACROSS TO DRUMMER AND OVER TO LEAD SINGER AND GUITARIST. 02:04:11 MWS BEHIND AUDIENCE BAND CONTINUING TO PERFORM. 02:07:05 GRAINY FTG. WALKING SHOT THROUGH KIDS IN AUDIENCE WATCHING BAND. 02:07:26 CU OBESE LEAD SINGER. 02:07:34 MS BEHIND AUDIENCE MEMBERS STANDING AT EDGE OF STAGE. 02:08:41 MWS BEHIND BAND AUDIENCE PACKED AT FOOT OF STAGE. 02:10:54 FTG IN LOUNGE. WALKING SHOT THROUGH CROWD OF KIDS MILLING ABOUT IN FRONT OF TABLES SELLING RECORDS, TEE SHIRTS AND ANIMAL RIGHTS LITERATURE. 02:11:56 MS CROWD OF KIDS STANDING AROUND. 02:12:10 CU ANGRY ANIMAL RIGHTS TEE SHIRTS ON DISPLAY. 02:12:40 EXT FTG. MWS MALE YOUTHS CONGREGATING OUTSIDE CLUB. 02:13:09 MS YOUTHS WALKING PAST CAMERA. 02:13:12 REWINDS.
PUNK MUSIC
SOO CATWOMAN INTERVIEW, TALKING ABOUT COMING FROM A LARGE FAMILY, STRUGGLING, ABOUT KIDS IN THE NEWSPAPER, CUT TO PAPER HEADLINE-"A TOP STORE SACKS PUNK ROCK GIRLS"
SOLUTIONS: MAD DADS HELP STREET KIDS
COVERAGE IN COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA FOR A DEBORAH AMOS CS VO FOR SOLUTIONS ABOUT MAD DADS, A GROUP OF MEN DETERMINED TO RESCUE MALE YOUTHS FROM GANGS AND DRUGS. 10:00:20 NATURAL SOUND EXT FTG. WS SMALL CONCERT ON LAWN IN PARK. 10:00:35 MWS PARENTS LISTENING TO BAND PERFORM. 10:00:43 SIDE MS MAD DAD MEMBER AND OFFSHOOT GROUP MAD MOMS LISTENING TO CONCERT. 10:01:34 MCU MOTHER WEARING MAD DADS GREEN POLO SHIRT HOLDING TINY BABY AGAINST HER BREAST. 10:01:40 MS KIDS WATCHING CONCERT. 10:01:55 MWS SAME GROUP OF KIDS. 10:02:15 WS BEHIND SMALL CROWD WATCHING BAND. 10:03:16 MWS FOLKS SITTING BY FOUNTAIN. 10:03:20 PUSH INTO MS ADOLESCENT BOY DIVING INTO FOUNTAIN AND SWIMMING IN SPRAY. 10:03:52 MWS GUY WITHOUT LEGS SITTING IN WHEELCHAIR W/ FUNERAL HOME IN BG AS KIDS MILL ABOUT AROUND HIM. 10:04:03 MWS BAND PERFORMING ON FLATBED TRUCK. 10:04:25 PUSH INTO SINGER SINGING ABOUT JESUS. 10:05:14 VS OTHER SINGERS ON STAGE PRAISING GOD. 10:05:51 MCU BURLEY OBESE MAD DAD MEMBER WEARING LOS ANGELES CHAPTER LOGO CAP SMILING AND WAVING. 10:06:04 MS MAN WALKING UP TO STAGE, TAKING MICROPHONE AND INTRODUCING A MEMBER OF THE CHRISTIAN BIKERS CLUB. 10:08:39 MS YOUTHS SITTING UNDER TREE LISTENING. 10:08:45 VS BOY W/ CREWCUT, ASIAN BOY LISTENING. 10:09:03 POV THROUGH CAMERA CAR FRONT WINDSHIELD DOWN EXPRESSWAY PAST COUNCIL BLUFFS EXIT SIGNS. 10:10:13 WIND NOISE ON AUDIO. POV THROUGH CAMERACAR WINDOW PAST INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS, OUTDOOR SHOPPING MALL, AUTO PARTS STORE, PLAYGROUND, HIGH SCHOOL. 10:11:35 NORMAL AUDIO. WS SUN SETTING BEHIND LUSH GREEN TRESS OVER COUNCIL BLUFFS. 10:11:43 PULL OUT TO EWS W/ SUN A FIERY DOT IN DISTANT BG. 10:12:00 WS OVER CITY OF COUNCIL BLUFFS. 10:12:20 PUSH INTO HOMES NESTLED AMONGST LUSH GREEN TREES. 10:12:32 WS OMAHA, NEBRASKA SKYLINE ACROSS UNSEEN MISSOURI RIVER. 10:12:45 PULL OUT TO WS OVER COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA IN FG. 10:13:06 PUSH INTO OMAHA SKYLINE. 10:14:16 HIGH ANGLE MWS OVER MODEST HOMES. 10:14:25 PULL OUT TO EWS. 10:14:41 DUSK FTG WS ROAD IN COUNCIL BLUFFS W/ CHURCH AT END OF INTERSECTION. 10:15:24 HEADON WS RED 1950S CONVERTIBLE DRIVING PAST CAMERA. 10:15:40 NIGHT FTG BACK AT CONCERT. MCU YOUTHS SINGING ALONG W/ OFFSCREEN BAND. 10:15:56 WS FOLKS IN PARK WATCHING CONCERT. 10:16:13 MCU WOMAN TALKING TO CROWD ABOUT SCRIPTURE. 10:16:42 MWS YOUTHS W/ PUNK HAIRCUTS HANGING OUT. 10:17:35 MCU MUSICIAN ON STAGE STRUMMING ACOUSTIC GUITAR. 10:18:09 WS SCATTERED CROWD LISTENING TO BAND. 10:18:24 SIDE CU YOUTH LISTENING. 10:18:37 SIDE MS MAD DAD LEADER CLAPPING HIS HANDS TO BEAT. 10:19:22 COMPRESSION CU PUNK TEENS W/ DYED HAIR FLIRTING. 10:19:54 MWS TEENS HUDDLED TOGETHER. 10:20:18 WS SCATTERED FOLKS GATHERED NEAR FOUNTAIN. 10:20:38 WS BEHIND SMALL CROWD WATCHING BAND. 10:20:48 VS BAND ON STAGE PLAYING RELIGIOUS ROCK MUSIC.
ROCK MUSIC
SEATS IN ARENA. MORE YOUNG ROCK FANS ENTER ARENA SPACE. INTERVIEWER ASKS KIDS WHY THEY CAME TO A BLUE OYSTER CULT AND FOGHAT SHOW TWO HOURS EARLY. "TO GET GOOD SEATS". SHAGGY HAIRED TEENS IN EARLY 80S FASHIONS, ONE WEARING A BLACK SABBATH T-SHIRT. THEY TALK ABOUT HEAVY METAL. NO NEW WAVE. "PUNK SUCKS". AUDIO BECOMES OUT OF SYNC WITH VIDEO THROUGHOUT INTERVIEWS.
SOLUTIONS: MAD DADS HELP STREET KIDS
COVERAGE IN COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA FOR A DEBORAH AMOS CS VO FOR SOLUTIONS ABOUT MAD DADS, A GROUP OF MEN DETERMINED TO RESCUE MALE YOUTHS FROM GANGS AND DRUGS. 10:00:20 NATURAL SOUND EXT FTG. WS SMALL CONCERT ON LAWN IN PARK. 10:00:35 MWS PARENTS LISTENING TO BAND PERFORM. 10:00:43 SIDE MS MAD DAD MEMBER AND OFFSHOOT GROUP MAD MOMS LISTENING TO CONCERT. 10:01:34 MCU MOTHER WEARING MAD DADS GREEN POLO SHIRT HOLDING TINY BABY AGAINST HER BREAST. 10:01:40 MS KIDS WATCHING CONCERT. 10:01:55 MWS SAME GROUP OF KIDS. 10:02:15 WS BEHIND SMALL CROWD WATCHING BAND. 10:03:16 MWS FOLKS SITTING BY FOUNTAIN. 10:03:20 PUSH INTO MS ADOLESCENT BOY DIVING INTO FOUNTAIN AND SWIMMING IN SPRAY. 10:03:52 MWS GUY WITHOUT LEGS SITTING IN WHEELCHAIR W/ FUNERAL HOME IN BG AS KIDS MILL ABOUT AROUND HIM. 10:04:03 MWS BAND PERFORMING ON FLATBED TRUCK. 10:04:25 PUSH INTO SINGER SINGING ABOUT JESUS. 10:05:14 VS OTHER SINGERS ON STAGE PRAISING GOD. 10:05:51 MCU BURLEY OBESE MAD DAD MEMBER WEARING LOS ANGELES CHAPTER LOGO CAP SMILING AND WAVING. 10:06:04 MS MAN WALKING UP TO STAGE, TAKING MICROPHONE AND INTRODUCING A MEMBER OF THE CHRISTIAN BIKERS CLUB. 10:08:39 MS YOUTHS SITTING UNDER TREE LISTENING. 10:08:45 VS BOY W/ CREWCUT, ASIAN BOY LISTENING. 10:09:03 POV THROUGH CAMERA CAR FRONT WINDSHIELD DOWN EXPRESSWAY PAST COUNCIL BLUFFS EXIT SIGNS. 10:10:13 WIND NOISE ON AUDIO. POV THROUGH CAMERACAR WINDOW PAST INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS, OUTDOOR SHOPPING MALL, AUTO PARTS STORE, PLAYGROUND, HIGH SCHOOL. 10:11:35 NORMAL AUDIO. WS SUN SETTING BEHIND LUSH GREEN TRESS OVER COUNCIL BLUFFS. 10:11:43 PULL OUT TO EWS W/ SUN A FIERY DOT IN DISTANT BG. 10:12:00 WS OVER CITY OF COUNCIL BLUFFS. 10:12:20 PUSH INTO HOMES NESTLED AMONGST LUSH GREEN TREES. 10:12:32 WS OMAHA, NEBRASKA SKYLINE ACROSS UNSEEN MISSOURI RIVER. 10:12:45 PULL OUT TO WS OVER COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA IN FG. 10:13:06 PUSH INTO OMAHA SKYLINE. 10:14:16 HIGH ANGLE MWS OVER MODEST HOMES. 10:14:25 PULL OUT TO EWS. 10:14:41 DUSK FTG WS ROAD IN COUNCIL BLUFFS W/ CHURCH AT END OF INTERSECTION. 10:15:24 HEADON WS RED 1950S CONVERTIBLE DRIVING PAST CAMERA. 10:15:40 NIGHT FTG BACK AT CONCERT. MCU YOUTHS SINGING ALONG W/ OFFSCREEN BAND. 10:15:56 WS FOLKS IN PARK WATCHING CONCERT. 10:16:13 MCU WOMAN TALKING TO CROWD ABOUT SCRIPTURE. 10:16:42 MWS YOUTHS W/ PUNK HAIRCUTS HANGING OUT. 10:17:35 MCU MUSICIAN ON STAGE STRUMMING ACOUSTIC GUITAR. 10:18:09 WS SCATTERED CROWD LISTENING TO BAND. 10:18:24 SIDE CU YOUTH LISTENING. 10:18:37 SIDE MS MAD DAD LEADER CLAPPING HIS HANDS TO BEAT. 10:19:22 COMPRESSION CU PUNK TEENS W/ DYED HAIR FLIRTING. 10:19:54 MWS TEENS HUDDLED TOGETHER. 10:20:18 WS SCATTERED FOLKS GATHERED NEAR FOUNTAIN. 10:20:38 WS BEHIND SMALL CROWD WATCHING BAND. 10:20:48 VS BAND ON STAGE PLAYING RELIGIOUS ROCK MUSIC.