JULIAN ROSE
Note: Probably filmed in the Pathe studio. <br/> <br/>Full titles read: "MEET JULIAN ROSE - the famous Jewish comedian, now playing his first starring part, in a film at Elstree." "Our Hebrew friend as Abie Pilestein, in 'Money Talks', has financed a Revue and is about to tell the audience what he thinks of it - and them !" <br/> <br/>M/S of Rose walking nervously from behind stage curtain. He says "Hello everybody I'm very glad to see you here tonight on this Solomon and suspicious occasion." In his revue he says that his show is "rotten !", "It's my show, I put up the money I can say what I like about it". He goes onto talk about money, the depression and makes a gag when he says "Einstein says we're all relatives." <br/> <br/>Cataloguer's note: Some footage appears to be missing from the end of the item.
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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: OUT OF TOWNERS
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9913 IN_TIME: 10:42:27 LENGTH: 02:49 SOURCES: APTN/PARAMOUNT RESTRICTIONS: FILM CLIPS = No re-use without clearance from Paramount Pictures FEED: SCRIPT: xfa English/Nat STEVE AND GOLDIE REUNITED IN COMEDY RE-MAKE "Housesitter" co-stars STEVE MARTIN and GOLDIE HAWN were back together on Monday night at the premiere of their new comedy "THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS". They were joined by Hawn's husband KURT RUSSELL and Martin's showbiz pal MARTIN SHORT. The dream duo play Henry and Nancy Clark, a couple whose passion got filed somewhere between mortgage payments and college loans for the kids. When Henry goes to New York for an important job interview, the itinerary for the Clarks is clear: groom Henry for success and rediscover the spark their marriage once held. Henry is a meticulous advertising executive from Ohio who runs his comfortable life by the numbers and by the book. Nancy, a captivating romantic who wants to "suck the marrow out of life," will do anything it takes to create more passion in their marriage, even if her husband loses his mind in the process. What starts out as a predictable business trip turns into a riotous series of mishaps that weaves through Central Park, Greenwich Village, Times Square, the Fulton Fish Market and ultimately soars completely out of control when the overwhelmed couple arrive at a luxurious hotel. It is here they meet Mersault (John Cleese), an imperious, aristocratic hotel manager who becomes hilariously caught up in Nancy and Henry's mid-life crisis. The film, a Robert Evans Production is directed by Sam Weisman and written by Marc Lawrence based upon the Screenplay by NEIL SIMON. STEVE MARTIN (Henry Clark) won an Emmy Award for his work as a writer on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," and started performing his own material in clubs and on television by the end of the 1960s. Following frequent appearances on the "Tonight Show" Martin went on to host several shows of the innovative "Saturday Night Live" series and star in and co-write four television specials. Martin won Grammy Awards for his two comedy albums "Let's Get Small" and "A Wild and Crazy Guy" and had a gold record with the single "King Tut." His first film project, "The Absent-Minded Waiter," a short film he wrote and starred in, was nominated for an Academy Award. He made his feature film debut in 1979 in "The Jerk," which Martin co-wrote for director Carl Reiner. He followed that up with the innovative, bittersweet musical "Pennies From Heaven." Martin then starred in "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" and "The Man With Two Brains." He received Best Actor Awards from the New York Film Critics Association and the National Board of Review for his performance in "All of Me" and won rave reviews for his role in "Little Shop of Horrors." He won a Best Actor award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and an award for Best Screenplay from the Writers Guild of America for "Roxanne." His other film credits include "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Planes Trains and Automobiles," and "Parenthood." GOLDIE HAWN (Nancy Clark) recently starred with Diane Keaton and Bette Midler in Paramount Pictures' blockbuster "The First Wives Club" and Woody Allen's comedy "Everyone Says I Love You." Hawn also made her directorial debut with "Hope," an original movie made for television. Hawn made her feature film debut in "The One and Only, Genuine Original Family Band" before playing opposite Walter Matthau and Ingrid Bergman in "Cactus Flower," which earned her the 1969 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Hawn went on to star in "Butterflies are Free" and "The Sugarland Express," Steven Spielberg's first feature film. Her additional early films include "There's a Girl in My Soup," "The Girl from Petrovka," "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox," "Shampoo," "Foul Play," "Seems Like Old Times," "Swing Shift" and "Private Benjamin," which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Other credits include "Bird on a Wire," "Deceived," "Death Becomes Her," Woody Allen's "Everybody Says I Love You" and the forthcoming "Town and Country," with Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton and Jenna Elfman. JOHN CLEESE (Mr. Mersault) made his debut as a member of the Cambridge Footlights Revue in the West End, Cleese went on to perform in two Broadway shows: "The Cambridge Revue" and "Half a Sixpence" with Tommy Steele. He then returned to England to work for BBC Television on "The Frost Report," "At Last the 1948 Show," with Marty Feldman and "Monty Python's Flying Circus." In the 1970's, Cleese made his first Monty Python film, "And Now For Something Completely Different," later taking the comedy act on a stage tour before beginning with "Monty Python and The Holy Grail" in 1974 and the BBC-TV series, "Fawlty Towers" in 1975 and 1979. Since then he has made two other Monty Python films, "The Life of Brian" in 1978 and "The Meaning of Life" in 1982. He also directed several Amnesty stage shows including "The Secret Policeman's Ball." With the release of "A Fish Called Wanda" in 1988, Cleese won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor and received an Oscar and Writers Guild nomination in the United States, as well as an Italian Oscar, for Best Screenplay. Most recently he has completed roles in "Isn't She Great," the soon to be released "The World Is Not Enough," as well as "George of the Jungle," and "Fierce Creatures," The Out of Towners opens in North America on 26th March. For further information contact PARAMOUNT PICTURES SHOTLIST: Location: Los Angeles Date: 29 March 1999 EXT CINEMA / B-ROLL GOLDIE HAWN AND STEVE MARTIN/ FILM CLIP 'OUT OF TOWNERS' / SOT STEVE MARTIN AND GOLDIE HAWN / FILM CLIP / B-ROLL GOLDIE HAWN WITH FAMILY / B-ROLL STEVE MARTIN / SOT KURT RUSSELL / B-ROLL MARTIN SHORT / SOT MARTIN SHORT / FILM CLIP /.SOT MARTIN MCKINNEY / SOT STEVE MARTIN AND GOLDIE HAWN?
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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: OUT OF TOWNERS
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9912B IN_TIME: 10:00:00 LENGTH: 03:45 SOURCES: APTN/PARAMOUNT RESTRICTIONS: PARAMOUNT FILM CLIPS = No re-use without clearance FEED: SCRIPT: xfa English/Nat TRIPLE DOSE OF COMEDY FOR OUT OF TIMERS "THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS," the latest comedy from Paramount, reunites Academy Award nominee STEVE MARTIN and Academy Award winner GOLDIE HAWN as Henry and Nancy Clark, a couple whose passion got filed somewhere between mortgage payments and college loans for the kids. When Henry goes to New York for an important job interview, the itinerary for the Clarks is clear: groom Henry for success and rediscover the spark their marriage once held. Henry is a meticulous advertising executive from Ohio who runs his comfortable life by the numbers and by the book. Nancy, a captivating romantic who wants to "suck the marrow out of life," will do anything it takes to create more passion in their marriage, even if her husband loses his mind in the process. What starts out as a predictable business trip turns into a riotous series of mishaps that weaves through Central Park, Greenwich Village, Times Square, the Fulton Fish Market and ultimately soars completely out of control when the overwhelmed couple arrive at a luxurious hotel. It is here they meet Mersault (John Cleese), an imperious, aristocratic hotel manager who becomes hilariously caught up in Nancy and Henry's mid-life crisis. The film, a Robert Evans Production is directed by Sam Weisman and written by Marc Lawrence based upon the Screenplay by NEIL SIMON. STEVE MARTIN (Henry Clark) won an Emmy Award for his work as a writer on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," and started performing his own material in clubs and on television by the end of the 1960s. Following frequent appearances on the "Tonight Show" Martin went on to host several shows of the innovative "Saturday Night Live" series and star in and co-write four television specials. Martin won Grammy Awards for his two comedy albums "Let's Get Small" and "A Wild and Crazy Guy" and had a gold record with the single "King Tut." His first film project, "The Absent-Minded Waiter," a short film he wrote and starred in, was nominated for an Academy Award. He made his feature film debut in 1979 in "The Jerk," which Martin co-wrote for director Carl Reiner. He followed that up with the innovative, bittersweet musical "Pennies From Heaven." Martin then starred in "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" and "The Man With Two Brains." He received Best Actor Awards from the New York Film Critics Association and the National Board of Review for his performance in "All of Me" and won rave reviews for his role in "Little Shop of Horrors." He won a Best Actor award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and an award for Best Screenplay from the Writers Guild of America for "Roxanne." His other film credits include "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Planes Trains and Automobiles," and "Parenthood." Martin starred, wrote and co-executive produced "L.A. Story," and later starred in "Father of the Bride," "Father of the Bride Part 2," "Housesitter," "Leap of Faith," "A Simple Twist of Fate," "Mixed Nuts" and "Sgt. Bilko." More recently, he portrayed Jimmy Dell in "The Spanish Prisoner." Martin will also soon be seen as the title character in director Frank Oz's "Bowfinger's," for which he also wrote the screenplay. GOLDIE HAWN (Nancy Clark) recently starred with Diane Keaton and Bette Midler in Paramount Pictures' blockbuster "The First Wives Club" and Woody Allen's comedy "Everyone Says I Love You." Hawn also made her directorial debut with "Hope," an original movie made for television. Hawn made her feature film debut in "The One and Only, Genuine Original Family Band" before playing opposite Walter Matthau and Ingrid Bergman in "Cactus Flower," which earned her the 1969 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Hawn went on to star in "Butterflies are Free" and "The Sugarland Express," Steven Spielberg's first feature film. Her additional early films include "There's a Girl in My Soup," "The Girl from Petrovka," "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox," "Shampoo," "Foul Play," "Seems Like Old Times," "Swing Shift" and "Private Benjamin," which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Other credits include "Bird on a Wire," "Deceived," "Death Becomes Her," Woody Allen's "Everybody Says I Love You" and the forthcoming "Town and Country," with Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton and Jenna Elfman. JOHN CLEESE (Mr. Mersault) made his debut as a member of the Cambridge Footlights Revue in the West End, Cleese went on to perform in two Broadway shows: "The Cambridge Revue" and "Half a Sixpence" with Tommy Steele. He then returned to England to work for BBC Television on "The Frost Report," "At Last the 1948 Show," with Marty Feldman and "Monty Python's Flying Circus." In the 1970's, Cleese made his first Monty Python film, "And Now For Something Completely Different," later taking the comedy act on a stage tour before beginning with "Monty Python and The Holy Grail" in 1974 and the BBC-TV series, "Fawlty Towers" in 1975 and 1979. Since then he has made two other Monty Python films, "The Life of Brian" in 1978 and "The Meaning of Life" in 1982. He also directed several Amnesty stage shows including "The Secret Policeman's Ball." With the release of "A Fish Called Wanda" in 1988, Cleese won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor and received an Oscar and Writers Guild nomination in the United States, as well as an Italian Oscar, for Best Screenplay. Most recently he has completed roles in "Isn't She Great," the soon to be released "The World Is Not Enough," as well as "George of the Jungle," and "Fierce Creatures," The Out of Towners opens in North America on 26th March. For further information contact PARAMOUNT PICTURES SHOTLIST: LOCATION: LOS ANGELES DATE: RECENT FILM TRAILER (THE OUT OF TOWNERS); SOT GOLDIE HAWN AND STEVE MARTIN (ACTORS); FILM CLIP; VS THE MAKING; SOT SAM WEISMAN (DIRECTOR); FILM CLIP; SOT JOHN CLEESE (ACTOR); FILM CLIP.?
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CROONER PERRY COMO HOSTS THIS CIRCA 1950 TELEVISION VARIETY SHOW This early comedy/ MUSICAL REVIEW program started off with a rotating cast of four famous comedians AND WAS TITLED FOUR STAR REVIEW , each of whom would take turns hosting the show. The program format was similar to that of a Vaudeville show or stage revue, with the prestige of the hosts enabling the show to bring in equally well-known talent for individual performances. As more hosts were added to the program's roster, the name was changed to "All Star Revue".
THE STARS AS THEY ARE - LORNA AND TOOTS POUNDS
"At home with Lorna and Toots Pounds". Title and intertitles are at the head of the film, followed by the images. <br/> <br/>L/S of the two girls running towards the camera carrying baskets. They run off and we find them in an orchard where one climbs a ladder to pick some apples. They make a great show of picking the apples, getting very excited about it all. They run off and we meet them again sitting on a step ladder which has been laid on the ground stringing onions together. They pull faces at the smell. Lorna pretends to cry - we see this in C/U as she holds out her hankie. She sneezes - perhaps she is allergic to onions? <br/> <br/>C/U of Toots, who mouths: "Would you believe it?" Looks to me like she has got an Irish accent! A middle aged man comes along and takes the onions away from them. Lorna makes a great hoohah about it all, flicking her hankie around the place. Next we see the girls dangling their feet in the river with a pleasure cruiser beside them. Someone dives into the water. The girls get in and swim with their friend. The girls (dressed now) climb into a canoe. One rows and the other sits with a parasol. They sail off into the distance, waving at the camera. <br/> <br/>Note: Lorna and Toots appeared in a Charles Cochran musical revue called Pretty Peggy in 1920. They were music hall stars. <br/> <br/>Safety print exists - show print. Probably to be found in the "The Stars as They Are" roll.
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BEAUTE DE FEMMES
Full title reads: "A topical peep at Beaute de Femmes, the new revue at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London". <br/> <br/>Various shots of glamorous chorus girls strolling down, one at a time, a large staircase on stage - they all wear vaguely military style costumes. Narrator; "these are some of the Luscious Lovelies in their number 'Trafalgar Square'." Various shots of an ensemble song number. <br/> <br/>Various shots of young man, the magician Erikson, performing a trick on stage - he tuns a ball of paper into a real egg (he proves it is real by cracking it into a glass). <br/> <br/>Various shots of a young woman doing a tap dancing routine on stage. The woman is Retta Ray (according to the narrator she is the protégé of film star Eleanor Powell).
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: MARC ANTONY
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9939 IN_TIME: 11:16:24 (Tape 2) LENGTH: 02:37 SOURCES: APTN/COLUMBIA RECORDS RESTRICTIONS: All No access Internet, Music/performance rights must be cleared. FEED: SCRIPT: xfa STORY:MARC ANTHONY LOCATION:NEW YORK DATE:SEPTEMBER 28TH '99 Salsa superstar, MARC ANTHONY released his first Englishlanguage album with a bang on Tuesday when he appeared in three separate record stores across America on the same day. After kicking off at midnight in Miami, Anthony greeted fans in New York at noon and rounded the day off with an appearance at a major record store in Los Angeles at 9pm. The first single "I NEED TO KNOW" off his selftitled album is already in the Top Ten on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and given the current obsession for all things Latin, Anthony looks set to build on his early success and conquer millions of hearts across America. But the PuertoRican hearthrob is no stranger to stardom. He's already sold out New York's most sought after venue, Madison Square Garden not once but twice, starred in a Broadway musical (Paul Simon's "The Capeman"), appeared in significant roles in several movies, including MARTIN SCORCESE'S soon to be released "Bringing Out the Dead," and sold more records throughout the world than any other salsa singer. In places where Spanish is spoken, and especially in his native Puerto Rico, Anthony is regarded with a respect that approaches reverence. Other tracks included on the record are "Am I the Only One," and "My Baby You." which he wrote for his sixyearold daughter, Arianna. Thirtyone yearold Anthony came to New York with his parents as a child. His given name is Marco Antonio Munizhe was named by his father, Felipe, a musician, after a famous Mexican singerbut he became Marc Anthony to avoid becoming confused with the older man. Just six years ago he was singing house music in dance clubs in New York City, and doing background vocals on records with a band called the Latin Rascals The Rascals' producer, LITTLE LOUIS VEGA. asked Anthony to be his singer in 1991 and The Rascals signed up with Atlantic Records. Although none of their records were especially successful, one song, "Rebel," was a hit in the clubs. It occasionally still turns up in secondhand record stores in Manhattan. In 1992, the Latin percussionist and bandleader TITO PUENTE asked Vega and Anthony to open his revue at Madison Square Garden. After singing before such an enormous crowd, Anthony lost his appetite for appearing in small clubs. When he was a small boy, his father would invite musicians to the family's apartment on Saturday nights and they would set up in the kitchen and play half the night. Anthony's father would put him on the table to sing. "I had two sets," Anthony says. "Six and eight." His repertoire consisted of a single song, "El Zolsar," about a kind of bird that lives in Puerto Rico. "He had only that one song," his father says, "but he could belt it." Growing up, Anthony listened mostly to rhythm & blues and to rock. Several months into his hiatus, he was driving in a car in Manhattan and he heard a song on the radio by a singer named Juan Gabriel. "It was called 'Hasta Que Te Conoci,'" Anthony says, "which means, 'Until I Met You,' and it ripped me apart. I don't know why and I don't want to know why. I called my manager and asked if I could record this in salsa." Acclaim arrived so suddenly in Anthony's life that he describes its appearance by saying, "I saw my old life shattered." In 1993, he recorded the song he'd heard in the car. His manager then sent him to perform at a Latin music convention called Radio y Musica. Later that day, he appeared on a television show called "Carnival Internacional," which was broadcast all over the world. "That changed my life forever," he says. "I mean in one day. It seemed like years before I was ever in New York again. I was booked and booked and bookedPanama, Ecuador, Argentina, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Miami, Los Angeles. I woke up once in the middle of the night in a hotel and didn't know where I was. I called my brother's room and said, 'Where are we?' He said, 'Look out the window.' All I could see was a city at night. Tokyo. I thought, 'How did this happen?'" Anthony was the first actor PAUL SIMON cast in his controversial musical, "The Capeman." Simon had gone to a record store and asked for the records of the best young salsa singer. "They gave me two or three guys," he says, "and I listened to his and thought, This is good. In fact, really good. In fact, he was clearly the best." During the musical's rehearsals, Anthony was releasing his third salsa album, "Contra la Corriente" (Against the Grain) which was certified RIAA gold out of the box. Because of his obligation to the musical he wasn't able to promote the record, so as a farewell of a kind, he gave a concert at Madison Square Garden. No salsa singer had ever gone into the Garden except as a member of a revue. Anthony sold every seat in the house, and a year later did it again. Having sung exclusively in Spanish, except in "The Capeman," Anthony has managed to remain relatively undiscovered in America. With the release of "Marc Anthony" he is likely, once again, to see his life change once again. For further information please contact Columbia Records online: http://www.columbiarecords.com or on +1 212 833 8000. SHOTLIST: PAN EXTR RECORD STORE ; GVS CHEERING FANS ; SOT FAN ; SOT FAN ; CLIP VIDEO 'I NEED TO KNOW' ; ARRIVAL MARC ANTONY ; CA FANS ; GVS ANTHONY ON STAGE ; SOT ANTONY ; GVS ANTHONY AT SIGNING ; SOT ANTONY ; CLIP VIDEO ?
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THE STARS AS THEY ARE - LORNA AND TOOTS POUNDS
THIS DIGIBETA VERSION HAS BEEN MADE FROM THE PRINT - VERSION ON TAPE *PM0872* WILL PROBABLY BE BETTER QUALITY AS TAKEN FROM THE NEGATIVE. <br/> <br/>"At home with Lorna and Toots Pounds". Title and intertitles are at the head of the film, followed by the images. <br/> <br/>L/S of the two girls running towards the camera carrying baskets. They run off and we find them in an orchard where one climbs a ladder to pick some apples. They make a great show of picking the apples, getting very excited about it all. They run off and we meet them again sitting on a step ladder which has been laid on the ground stringing onions together. They pull faces at the smell. Lorna pretends to cry - we see this in C/U as she holds out her hankie. She sneezes - perhaps she is allergic to onions? <br/> <br/>C/U of Toots, who mouths: "Would you believe it?" Looks to me like she has got an Irish accent! A middle aged man comes along and takes the onions away from them. Lorna makes a great hoohah about it all, flicking her hankie around the place. Next we see the girls dangling their feet in the river with a pleasure cruiser beside them. Someone dives into the water. The girls get in and swim with their friend. The girls (dressed now) climb into a canoe. One rows and the other sits with a parasol. They sail off into the distance, waving at the camera. <br/> <br/>Note: Lorna and Toots appeared in a Charles Cochran musical revue called Pretty Peggy in 1920. They were music hall stars. <br/> <br/>Safety print exists - show print. Probably to be found in the "The Stars as They Are" roll.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: OUT OF TOWN DAY
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9913 IN_TIME: 11:28:14 LENGTH: 02:15 SOURCES: APTN/PARAMOUNT PICTURES RESTRICTIONS: FILM CLIPS = No re-use without clearance from Paramount Pictures FEED: SCRIPT: xfa English/Nat OUT OF TOWNERS STEVE AND GOLDIE GET THEIR DAY New York made it a special day for STEVE MARTIN and GOLDIE HAWN yesterday, March 31, by declaring it "Out of Towners Day". The comedy couple, last seen together in HOUSESITTERS, have just released their latest comedy together, THE OUT OF TOWNERS, about a Midwestern couple whose trip to the Big Apple turns into a day of calamities. New York Major RUDOLPH GIULIANI was on hand to make the proclamation declaring 'Out of Towners Day' in honour of the comedy that is a back-handed compliment to his city. The dream duo play Henry and Nancy Clark, a couple whose passion got filed somewhere between mortgage payments and college loans for the kids. When Henry goes to New York for an important job interview, the itinerary for the Clarks is clear: groom Henry for success and rediscover the spark their marriage once held. Henry is a meticulous advertising executive from Ohio who runs his comfortable life by the numbers and by the book. Nancy, a captivating romantic who wants to "suck the marrow out of life", will do anything it takes to create more passion in their marriage, even if her husband loses his mind in the process. What starts out as a predictable business trip turns into a riotous series of mishaps that weaves through Central Park, Greenwich Village, Times Square, the Fulton Fish Market and ultimately soars completely out of control when the overwhelmed couple arrive at a luxurious hotel. It is here they meet Mersault (JOHN CLEESE), an imperious, aristocratic hotel manager who becomes hilariously caught up in Nancy and Henry's mid-life crisis. The film, a Robert Evans Production is directed by Sam Weisman and written by Marc Lawrence based upon the Screenplay by NEIL SIMON. STEVE MARTIN (Henry Clark) won an Emmy Award for his work as a writer on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," and started performing his own material in clubs and on television by the end of the 1960s. Following frequent appearances on the "Tonight Show" Martin went on to host several shows of the innovative "Saturday Night Live" series and star in and co-write four television specials. Martin won Grammy Awards for his two comedy albums "Let's Get Small" and "A Wild and Crazy Guy" and had a gold record with the single "King Tut." His first film project, "The Absent-Minded Waiter," a short film he wrote and starred in, was nominated for an Academy Award. He made his feature film debut in 1979 in "The Jerk," which Martin co-wrote for director Carl Reiner. He followed that up with the innovative, bittersweet musical "Pennies From Heaven." Martin then starred in "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" and "The Man With Two Brains." He received Best Actor Awards from the New York Film Critics Association and the National Board of Review for his performance in "All of Me" and won rave reviews for his role in "Little Shop of Horrors." He won a Best Actor award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and an award for Best Screenplay from the Writers Guild of America for "Roxanne." His other film credits include "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Planes Trains and Automobiles," and "Parenthood." - GOLDIE HAWN (Nancy Clark) recently starred with Diane Keaton and Bette Midler in Paramount Pictures' blockbuster "The First Wives Club" and Woody Allen's comedy "Everyone Says I Love You." Hawn also made her directorial debut with "Hope," made for television. - Hawn made her feature film debut in "The One and Only, Genuine Original Family Band" before playing opposite Walter Matthau and Ingrid Bergman in "Cactus Flower," which earned her the 1969 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Hawn went on to star in "Butterflies are Free" and "The Sugarland Express," Steven Spielberg's first feature film. Her additional early films include "There's a Girl in My Soup," "The Girl from Petrovka," "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox," "Shampoo," "Foul Play," "Seems Like Old Times," "Swing Shift" and "Private Benjamin," which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Other credits include "Bird on a Wire," "Deceived," "Death Becomes Her," Woody Allen's "Everybody Says I Love You" and the forthcoming "Town and Country," with Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton and Jenna Elfman. - Cleese (Mr. Mersault) made his debut as a member of the Cambridge Footlights Revue in the West End, Cleese went on to perform in two Broadway shows: "The Cambridge Revue" and "Half a Sixpence" with Tommy Steele. He then returned to England to work for BBC Television on "The Frost Report," "At Last the 1948 Show," with Marty Feldman and "Monty Python's Flying Circus." In the 1970's, Cleese made his first Monty Python film, "And Now For Something Completely Different," later taking the comedy act on a stage tour before beginning with "Monty Python and The Holy Grail" in 1974 and the BBC-TV series, "Fawlty Towers" in 1975 and 1979. Since then he has made two other Monty Python films, "The Life of Brian" in 1978 and "The Meaning of Life" in 1982. He also directed several Amnesty stage shows including "The Secret Policeman's Ball." With the release of "A Fish Called Wanda" in 1988, Cleese won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor and received an Oscar and Writers Guild nomination in the United States. Most recently he has completed roles in "Isn't She Great," the soon to be released "The World Is Not Enough," as well as "George of the Jungle," and "Fierce Creatures," For further information contact PARAMOUNT PICTURES (UIP) on (+44) 0181 741.90.41. SHOTLIST: LOCATION : NEW YORK DATE : 31 MARCH '99 EXT NEW YORK MAYOR'S OFFICE; MS GOLDIE HAWN AND STEVE MARTIN ARRIVE FOR PRESS CONFERENCE; C/A PRESS; SOT RUDOLPH GIULIANI; WS PRESSER; SOT STEVE MARTIN; FILM CLIP; SOT STEVE MARTIN (ON RUDOLPH GIULIANI PLAYING HIMSELF IN FILM); FILM CLIP?
CAMERA INTERVIEWS - TOMMY HANDLEY THE FAMOUS RADIO & REVUE STAR
THIS DIGIBETA VERSION HAS BEEN MADE FROM THE PRINT - VERSION ON TAPE *PM0998* WILL PROBABLY BE BETTER QUALITY AS TAKEN FROM THE NEGATIVE. <br/> <br/>"Hobbies?" said Tommy, "I've thousands...but for the 'piece of resistance' give me gardening... I love it..." C/U of Tommy Handley in his garden holding garden tools and with a hose pipe wound around his neck. L/S of Tommy stumbling along in his garden, he throws all the tools down and pretends to be tangled up in the garden hose. "All the great beans you read about are... nothing. You should see what happens when I plant my special 5 K.W. Oscillating Radio beans." Tommy pretends to plant some beans. He sits down in a garden chair. "If you doze off for a moment, these beans come up and speak for themselves." Through a camera trick suddenly little funnel shaped things appear in the grass. Tommy jumps up in surprise. "Talk about Jack and the Beanstalk...you ought to hear these 'beans talk'..!" Tommy gets his watering can out and sprinkles water on the funnel things. <br/> <br/>"Garden Hose is my stock-in-trade" but this hose must have a ladder in it somewhere.." (This is really getting too "punny"!)" M/S of Tommy and his wife (presumably) standing in the garden. Tommy performs a version of the famous garden hose joke where he stands on the hose pipe, looks into the end of the hose because no water is coming out then suddenly gets soaked! "Arroseur Arosé"! He throws the hose down on the ground. C/U of his dog sniffing at the hose. Dog tries to chew the water coming out. "Spot can never understand where the water comes from, where it goes to, and if so, how long...hence his biting remarks..." C/U of the dog playing with the hose. "All sorts of things crop up here... principally trouble..." Tommy throws his watering can into the flower bed and digs. Suddenly a couple of boy scouts run into the garden and start throwing things at Tommy. Tommy chases them out of the garden. "Strictly between ourselves, however, here is the real Tommy Handley...smiling and debonair." C/U of Tommy smelling a rose. He waves and mouths: "Bye bye". <br/> <br/>Was an item in Pathe Pictorial issue number 548. <br/> <br/>Safety print exists - probably to be found on "The Stars as They Are" reel.
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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: TONY AWARDS
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9923/a IN_TIME: 10:28:20 LENGTH: 05:59 SOURCES: APTN/CBS RESTRICTIONS: CBS MATERIAL - no resale FEED: SCRIPT: xfa New York, June 6th NEW YORK THEATRELAND HONOURS ITS FINEST A revival of the classic Arthur Miller play "Death of a Salesman" was among the big winners at yesterday's Tony Awards, in an evening in which no single production dominated the awards for the past Broadway theatre season. - "Salesman" won four Tonys, including the hotly contested prize for best revival, while "Side Man" was named best play and "Fosse" best musical. - Fifty years after it was named best play, "Salesman" also picked up acting nods for BRIAN DENNEHY and ELIZABETH FRANZ, its true-believing Willy and loyal Linda Loman, and the direction prize for Robert Falls. "I feel like Cathy Rigby", said Dennehy, referring to the high-flying actress who plays Peter Pan in the current Broadway revival. He also paid tribute to "Salesman" playwright Arthur Miller who received a lifetime achievement award during the ceremony. - The audience stood to cheer the 83-year-old Miller when he came out onstage. "Just being around to receive it is a pleasure," the playwright joked. In his acceptance speech, Miller expressed the hope that Broadway would provide the changes "so that a new generation of fiercely ambitious playwrights will ... once again find welcome for their big world-challenging plays, somewhere west of London, somewhere east of the Hudson River." - Shut out of any prizes was the revival of "The Iceman Cometh" which, along with its star KEVIN SPACEY, was expected to provide "Salesman" with its stiffest competition. - Warren Leight's "Side Man" - the story of a dysfunctional family set against a backdrop of jazz musicians - was the only new American drama nominated for best play. Also up for the award was Tennessee Williams' 1938 play "Not About Nightingales" only now running on Broadway by way of the Royal National Theater in London and Houston's Alley Theater. - JUDI DENCH, who already won an Academy Award this year, picked up a Tony for her role as an elegant, embattled actress in David Hare's drama "Amy's View". - "The winning bit is not the best, the nominating bit is the best ... there is no such thing as doing a performance on your own, unless you are doing a one-woman show," said Dench, who adds this award to the supporting actress Oscar she received for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in "Shakespeare in Love". - "Annie Get Your Gun" captured the best-musical revival prize, and its star, Bernadette Peters, won her second Tony for best actress in a musical. - Both "Fosse", a revue saluting the work of choreographer Bob Fosse, and "Swan Lake" won three Tonys. - Matthew Bourne took two Tonys, for best direction and best choreography of a musical for his work on "Swan Lake", a modern-dress retelling of the famous ballet with an all-male corps of swans. - "Parade", a short-lived musical love story set against the backdrop of a murder and lynching of a Jewish man in pre-World War I Georgia, picked up awards for best score (music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown) and book. - As expected, Kristin Chenoweth, a sassy, unrepentant Sally Brown in "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown", was chosen best featured actress in a musical. - "I've never changed my clothes so fast in my life," said Chenoweth, accepting the prize right after doing a production number from the show. Roger Bart, who plays Snoopy, won the featured actor-musical prize. - Both box office and attendance figures rose during the 1998-99 Broadway season although not as much as in previous years. Total grosses topped $588.1 million, while more than 11.6 million people saw a Broadway show. Production climbed, too, with 39 new shows, compared to 33 the previous year. The Broadway stars made their way to the Gershwin Theater Sunday night in high expectations of great performances on stage and the big news as to who won what awards. The Tony's were a more star studded affair than usual. Many stars of the movies have migrated to the big stage of New York City. . .Making it a great year for plays and musicals. SHOTLIST: SHOWS: BRIAN DEENEHY ANNOUNCES AWARD TO ARTHER MILLER ; BS MILLER ; SOT MILLER ; EXTRACT FROM AMY'S VIEW ; SOT DAME JUDI DENCH ; LAURENCE FISHBURNE ANNOUNCES BEST ACTOR ; DENNEHY GETS OUT OF CHAIR ; SOT KEVIN SPACEY ; CAST AND PRODUCERS OF SIDEMAN GET OUT OF SEAT ; ANNOUNCE BEST MUSICAL ; CAST OF FOSSE OUT ONTO STAGE ; EXTRACT FROM FOSSE ; ANGELA LANSBURY ARRIVES AT AFTER SHOW PARTY ; SOT LANSBURY ; ARRIVAL MATTHEW BRODERICK ; SOT BRODERICK (ON MOVIE STARS PLAYING ON STAGE) ; SOT CHRISTIAN SLATER ; ALEC BALDWIN ARRIVAL ; SOT CALISTA FLOCKHART ; SOT KEVIN SPACEY ; ARRIVAL GIOLDIE HAWN AND KURT RUSSELLL ; ARRIVAL MARTIN SHORT ; ARRIVAL JUDI DENCH ; WS DAVID HARE AT PRESSER ; SOT HARE ; WS DENCH ; SOT DENCH ; WS MILLER ;SOT MILLER ; B-ROLL PARTY?
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: ENT2-MADAME JOJO'S
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9942 IN_TIME: 11:03:22 LENGTH: 03:04 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: Music/performance rights must be cleared, No access Internet FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: xfa RENT'S A DRAG FOR TOP CLUB STORY:MADAME JOJO'S LOCATION:LONDON DATE: RECENT '99 One of London's more colourful institutions is about to close after 15 years. MADAME JO JOS, the Soho cabaret club where city workers in pinstripes rub shoulders with drag artists in dog collars is due to close down on December 23rd when the current rental contract runs out. Network Corporate Holdings (NCH), the leaseholder is selling up but the company is thought to be asking for a million pounds for the lease on the one room basement - a price out of Madame Jo Jo's league. Although the club is now desperately trying to find another venue they do need to stay in the Soho area because it is safe and drag queen friendly and they need a capacity of about 400 people. The pokey soho venue, situated in Brewer Street, has long been a favourite with London's glitterati including singer ROBBIE WILLIAMS and supermodel, KATE MOSS. It has also featured in a number of films recently, including Eyes Wide Shut and the soon-to-be-released The Lost Son which stars Nastasia Kinski and Daniel Auteuil. In its heyday, it welcomed the likes of MICK JAGGER and BRYAN FERRY although the club has had its share of ups and downs since then. Originally founded by a barman from Raymonds Revue Bar, the club was the first to do drag in Soho and has remained a venue that attracts a mixed straight/gay audience as opposed to strictly gay-focused clubs. The show has been produced for the past several years by FLORIAN, who will be very sad to see a part of Soho history disappear. Regulars are determined that the venue will close with a bang. They have just begun a new season called \"Bump, Bump, Burlesque\" featuring the drag artists RUBY VENEZUELA, VENUS MANTRAP, MISS TERRY FLAIR and THE BARBETTES. Venus Mantrap, an imposing, very \"male, hard\" drag character on-stage, is also the brains behind the latest show which takes drag out of the past and into the 21st century. No Shirley Bassey or Barbra Streisand lip-synching here, it's all GERI HALLIWELL, ADAM ANT and ROBBIE WILLIAMS songs with fantastic costumes and every shade of drag from androgynous to ultra-feminine. There is also a real female performer to complete the range. MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: LOOK AT ME ARTIST: GERI HALLIWELL WRITER: WILSON/ WATKINS/ HALLIWELL PUBLISHER: WINDSWEPT PACIFIC/BMG LABEL: EMI RECORDS TITLE: PRINCE CHARMING ARTIST: ADAM AND THE ANTS WRITER: ANT/PIRRONI PUBLISHER: EMI MUSIC PUBLISHING LABEL: SONY MUSIC TITLE: LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU ARTIST: ROBBIE WILLIAMS WRITER: CHAMBERS/WILLIAMS PUBLISHER: BMG MUSIC PUBLISHING/EMI VIRGIN MUSIC LABEL: CHRYSALIS MUSIC SHOTLIST: MCU NEON SIGN; C.U. X-RATED SIGN ; PULL FOCUS MADAME JOJO'S SIGN ; W.S. MADAME JOJO'S CLUB ; VS PERFORMERS SINGING "LOOK AT ME" ( GERI HALLIWELL) ; SOT VENUS MANTRAP (LEAD DRAG ARTIST AND DIRECTOR OF NEW SHOW); PERFORMERS SINGING "PRINCE CHARMING" (BY ADAM ANT) ; SOT FLORIAN (PRODUCER OF MADAME JOJO'S) ; PERFORMERS SINGING "LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU" BY ROBBIE WILLIAMS.?
CAMERA INTERVIEWS - TOMMY HANDLEY THE FAMOUS RADIO & REVUE STAR
"Hobbies?" said Tommy, "I've thousands...but for the 'piece of resistance' give me gardening... I love it..." C/U of Tommy Handley in his garden holding garden tools and with a hose pipe wound around his neck. L/S of Tommy stumbling along in his garden, he throws all the tools down and pretends to be tangled up in the garden hose. "All the great beans you read about are... nothing. You should see what happens when I plant my special 5 K.W. Oscillating Radio beans." Tommy pretends to plant some beans. He sits down in a garden chair. "If you doze off for a moment, these beans come up and speak for themselves." Through a camera trick suddenly little funnel shaped things appear in the grass. Tommy jumps up in surprise. "Talk about Jack and the Beanstalk...you ought to hear these 'beans talk'..!" Tommy gets his watering can out and sprinkles water on the funnel things. <br/> <br/>"Garden Hose is my stock-in-trade" but this hose must have a ladder in it somewhere.." (This is really getting too "punny"!)" M/S of Tommy and his wife (presumably) standing in the garden. Tommy performs a version of the famous garden hose joke where he stands on the hose pipe, looks into the end of the hose because no water is coming out then suddenly gets soaked! "Arroseur Arosé"! He throws the hose down on the ground. C/U of his dog sniffing at the hose. Dog tries to chew the water coming out. "Spot can never understand where the water comes from, where it goes to, and if so, how long...hence his biting remarks..." C/U of the dog playing with the hose. "All sorts of things crop up here... principally trouble..." Tommy throws his watering can into the flower bed and digs. Suddenly a couple of boy scouts run into the garden and start throwing things at Tommy. Tommy chases them out of the garden. "Strictly between ourselves, however, here is the real Tommy Handley...smiling and debonair." C/U of Tommy smelling a rose. He waves and mouths: "Bye bye". <br/> <br/>Was an item in Pathe Pictorial issue number 548. <br/> <br/>Safety print exists - probably to be found on "The Stars as They Are" reel.
Guest set: Marc JOLIVET (EDMWE).
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WEMBLEY EXHIBITION reel 2
Reel 2. (Reel 1 on PM1647) <br/> <br/>Crowds enter the Palace of Arts at Wembley Exhibition. Queen Mary's dolls house is seen in a large glass case. The outside of the dolls house is lifted up mechanically so that the rooms inside can be seen. C/U shots of the open rooms and the garden of the dolls house. Details of house - drawing room with paintings on the wall. The tiny piano stool is cleaned with a small brush. Dining rooms are shown. Tiny cutlery is picked up to show how small it is. Wembley Stadium exterior with flags flying. Shots of a pavilion with minarets. Daily Telegraph stand visible. Tiny book taken from shelf of dolls house. Tiny chair and desk. Miniature statue (possibly of Nelson) placed on table. <br/> <br/>Short shots of a black craftsman at work weaving. People walking through an exhibition area. Mechanical exhibits. Engines, weapons, model of large ship. People walk in an area where large elephant tusks are on display. Negative material of opening pageant (?). Crowds of people seated in stadium. Elephants are paraded, people in traditional costumes, men carrying spears, sedan chairs, horseback riders, etc. <br/> <br/>Inside exhibition - man attends to gauges. Traction engine. Locomotive. Flying Scotsman. Man at a machine. A large keyboard perhaps for the printing industry. Difficult to see. A man walks down steps backwards in diving gear. German intertitles. <br/> <br/>Wembley Exhibition. Second section has English intertitles (first sections were in German). A group of women in cloche hats climb aboard the "Never-Stop" railway. They wave to the camera Shot from aboard the "train". An Intertitle explains how the threaded shaft slows down the car at stations. Girls lean out of carriage - one wiggles her leg out of the side. C/U of woman applying face powder whilst looking in her handbag mirror. Crowds of people in the stadium waving hats and handkerchiefs as a parade comes through. Possibly King George V and Queen Mary on podium. High shot of various pavilions. Negative section: The "Punch Bowl" Revue stars have a ride on the "Chute" - a ride which incorporates a plunge into water after careering down a slope. They then experience the "Witching Waves" - a kind of sedate dodgem car ride in what look like bath chairs. <br/> <br/>Intertitle reads "The surprises of the great "Globe". A child sitting on a rock blows through a large horn (difficult to make out in negative but that is what it looks like! I think it is a midget - SL). Women walk through a fun house where their skirts are blown up by a jet of air from the ground. Garters are displayed! The "Racer" is shown - a double roller coaster rather like "The Grand National" at Blackpool Pleasure Beach - two sets of carriages race against each other. The cameraman films the joyriders from the front of the carriage as it races around the track. Dodgems. The "Cresta Run"- couples slide down on mats then the film is reversed for fun. Film taken as the cameraman descends the ride. The "Flying Machines" filmed from the ride. Shot of a man looking "dazed" at all the excitement then a crazy montage sequence illustrating the frantic kinetic activity of all the rides. This sequence includes rocking camera movements, Chinese cartoon lettering, high speed rides and views up ladies skirts. <br/> <br/>Note: positive and negative stock mixed on this reel.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: TINA TURNER
TAPE_NUMBER: EN0003 IN_TIME: 10:36:51 LENGTH: 03:49 SOURCES: APTN/EMI RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video clips without clearance, All No access Internet, Music/performance rights must be cleared. FEED: SCRIPT: xfa Story: Tina Turner Location: Paris Date: Recent 99 International singing superstar TINA TURNER is taking to the road one last time this summer, to tour her latest album 'TWENTY-FOUR SEVEN'. The star who recently turned 60, is set to prove she can still rock with the best of them. But it could be the last time many fans get to see her live - she wants to leave stadiums behind in favour of more intimate venues. While popular in the U-S., Turner is bigger overseas, especially in Europe. At one point she held the world record for largest paying audience attending a solo performance, playing to over 180,000 people in Brazil in 1988. Her appeal lies partly in her image - she still overflows with a glamour and energy few a fraction of her age could hope for. She puts her stage presence down to preparation, make up and a lot of thought. It's a look captured on the album cover, which shows Tina ready for action in black trousers and a white shirt. The pose was chosen to reflect the upbeat music, which the singer says has a wide appeal. Her music is created by a small army of songwriters, under her guidance. She explains their songs grab her instantly. She says she falls in love with a new song by hearing the music - sometimes not even noticing the lyrics. The tour is due to start in July 2000. While Tina says it will be her last stadium tour, she is still looking forward to singing old and new songs live. The team travelling with her include backing singers and dancers who have not experienced a major tour before, all of whom are eager to work with the superstar. Tina Turner was born Anna Mae Bullock in Brownsville, Tennessee on November 26, 1939, and was raised in rural Nutbush, Tenn. by her grandmother. When her grandmother died in 1955, Bullock moved to St. Louis and began going to a popular nightclub called Club Manhattan where a group called the Kings of Rhythm, lead by Ike Turner, were house regulars. One day Bullock began singing with the band, and left high school shortly thereafter when she became pregnant by Ike. When she was only 20 years old "Little Ann" recorded the single "A Fool In Love" with the Kings of Rhythm, and the song became an unexpected Top 40 hit. Ike left the Kings of Rhythm and moved with Bullock to Los Angeles, where he renamed her "Tina Turner" and formed a group called the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. The group began touring continuously and recorded a few more hits, but Ike Turner soon became domineering, controlling every aspect of the group on and off stage. As the band became more and more successful, Ike began physically abusing Tina, leading her to attempt suicide in 1968. The couple divorced in early 1978, Tina agreeing to let Ike keep everything earned during their marriage in return for dismissal of lawsuits filed against her. Tina Turner embarked on a solo career that same year, performing with a new backup band in small clubs. Today, 22 years later Tina Turner is an international mega star who says the dark days of her past are well behind her. Turner was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991 and to date has sold over 50 million albums worldwide. So, while the legend will retire from the big concert scene next year, her sound will live on for many years to come. SHOTLIST: VIDEO CLIP 'WHEN THE HEARTACHE IS OVER' BY TINA TURNER; SOT TURNER; PERFORMANCE IN STUDIO 'WHEN THE HEARTACHE IS OVER'; GVS VAR. ALBUM PHOTOS WITH FEATURED MUSIC 'TWENTY-FOUR SEVEN'; SOT TURNER; PERFORMANCE OF 'SIMPLY THE BEST'; SOT TURNER; PERFORMANCE OF 'SIMPLY THE BEST'; ?
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