BAGHDAD ZOO
02:19:01:24 MS Brown bear, with long claws, lies on floor of cage/ CU Bear's face, with claw on snout/ CU Ocelot opens mouth (as seen behind screen of cage)/ TRACKING SHOT Tiger paces in cage/ MS ...
ANIMALS
200 ANIMALS. MONKEYS, BEARS, ELEPHANTS, GEESE. BOY RIDE ON PONY. MANY ZOO KEEPERS CARRY LARGE BOA CONSTRICTOR SNAKE. BABY ELEPHANT. NATURAL HABITAT ZOO. DUCK PLAYS IN WATER. POLO ON HORSES. PLANE FLIES OVER AND LANDS ON FIELD. OCTOPUS ATTACKS CRAB. OCTOPUS SQUIRTS INK INTO WATER AS "SMOKE SCREEN" DEER RUNNING IN THICKET. LION, ZEBRA IN AFRICA. ANGUS. GAZZELLS RUN FROM LION. CU WASP, BUTTERFLY, BEE, MOSS, BEETLE, SNAIL, MITES, SPIDER IN WEB ATTACKS ANOTHER BUG, DRAGON FLY. CATIPILLAR. COCOON. WORM LARGE BIRDS FLYING IN SKY. THE INTERNATIONAL BOXING CONTEST FOR THE LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD BETWEEN TONY CANZONERI (LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE USA) AND JACK "KID" BERG (OF ENGLAND). CHICAGO STADIUM, 1931.
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Andy's Animal Alphabet
Heatwave: the zoo takes measures to refresh animals
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RETIRED BIG CATS MUST GO (03/26/1997)
Big cats retired from show business have to be moved, and their owner wonders how.
Afghanistan: Kabul Lion FILE - The one-eyed lion in Kabul zoo dies
TAPE: EF02/0061 IN_TIME: 00:25:24 DURATION: 2:34 SOURCES: APTN/WSPA RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST: APTN - 21 November 2001 1. Children looking through bars at lion 2. Close up lion APTN- 18 February 1996 3. Lion walking in cage 4. Wide shot man in cage with lion 5. Lion roaring 6. Mujahideen watching 7. Close up lion with bleeding face roaring when he hears firing W-S-P-A - must on screen credit "World Society for the Protection of Animals " July 1995 8. Lion in cage 9. Close up lion's head APTN - 13 March 1995 10. Wide shot lion and lioness 11. Close up lions 12. Man throws leg of dead animal over fence to lion who rushes to eat it 13. Lion coming out of hole in its concrete lair and roaring APTN- 13 January 2002 12. John Walsh, World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) walking through zoo 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Walsh, World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA): "But the trick is getting food and vitamins and minerals into the animals and he's getting it (the zoo's lion) - he'll come around. The problem is also because he's been blind he hasn't got a lot of exercise and his muscles have atrophied so he has a hard time getting around. We're going to put heat, we're going to put in a generator and heat his cage so at least through the winters now he'll be warm. He's a good old boy, he's a symbol of the country. Everybody loves him, and as I say, it's sort of been the symbol of the suffering of the people has been exhibited in that animal." APTN - 13 March 1995 14. Sniper firing from within zoo 15. Wide shot of houses that he is firing at that can be seen from zoo 16. Cages in zoo and trees beyond 17. Soldier running along trench in one of the animal enclosures STORYLINE: Marjan the one-eyed lion, the most famous of the war-battered beasts at the Kabul Zoo, has died. His death comes just as international help had begun pouring in to ease the animals' plight, an official leading the aid efforts said Saturday. Marjan, believed to be around 25, probably died of kidney and liver failure connected to old age, said John Walsh, international projects director of the World Society for the Protection of Animals. The lion had a hard life. In the 1990s, an Afghan guerrilla showing off for his friends jumped over the guard rail into Marjan's den, and the lion killed him. The next day, the dead man's vengeful brother threw a grenade into the cage, and the explosion took out Marjan's eye. Last week, representatives of the WSPA toured the zoo to assess the most urgent needs in a rehabilitation effort the group is coordinating. It had planned to put a ramp from Marjan's cage to his den because he had so much trouble getting around. Walsh called Marjan a symbol of Afghanistan's travails and spirit and admitted that he had cried when he found Marjan dead on Saturday morning. With Afghanistan torn by successive conflicts, the zoo had been in desperate straits for years even before the Taliban took power. After the Islamic militia fled, though, the miserable conditions at the zoo were widely reported. Fund-raising efforts for its rescue began in many countries. Zoos around the world have raised about 400,000 dollars for the construction of a new zoo. Walsh said the Afghan government was discussing whether to have a funeral for Marjan and he suggested a campaign be started to build a statue to the lion.
Kangaroo Island, Australia
A montage of shots of Kangaroo Island in Australia .
Paramount
Early 1900s Broadway star Anna Held plays with young animals
Blue screen close up pan and zoom in of a lion lying on the grass roaring/yawning
Cloying Telephone Etiquette
A cartoonist tells his nephew and niece, "Let's pretend we're at a talking animal circus." The boy asks, "Can I draw his whip?" Followed by kitschy animated lessons in phone etiquette featuring a ringmaster, lion, mynah bird, squirrel, bear, elephants, pig and fox. "You should let the phone ring eight to ten times" before hanging up, the kids are told. FIC/WA - 1950's/1960's - CLR
WS LA TS Side POV View of MGM Lion Statue / Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Gaza Zoo - Gunmen steal lioness from zoo leaving behind lonely lion cub
NAME: GAZ ZOO 20051128I TAPE: EF05/1055 IN_TIME: 10:26:15:19 DURATION: 00:02:09:17 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Gaza City, 28 Nov 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Remaining lion cub called Sakher looking through cage bars 2. Sakher lying down alone 3. Zoo keeper playing with Sakher 4. Sakher crouching and running to play 5. Sakher playing with nylon sheet 6. Soud al-Shawaa, Director of the Gaza Zoo, overseeing maintenance work at the zoo 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Soud al-Shawaam, Director of Gaza Zoo: "A gang of armed people stole the lion and two Arabic speaking parrots and it is unfortunate that there are no armed guards for this newly established zoo but now we are forced to put armed guards in place to keep our animals and birds." 9. Parrots cage 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Soud al-Shawaa, Director of Gaza Zoo saying: "He was shocked, he also refused to eat his meat and is looking sad all the time, he is looking for his partner to come back to Gaza zoo." 11. Various of Gaza Zoo Director, Soud al-Shawaa in office 12. Pictures of Sabrina and Sakher on computer screen 13. Various of Sakher playing with teddy bear 14. Sakher in the cage STORYLINE A lion hunt is underway in Gaza after gunmen snatched a young lioness from the local zoo. The cub, called Sabrina, was seized two weeks ago, leaving her playmate Sakher confused and lonely, according to zoo officials. Four gunmen overpowered a zoo keeper before throwing a blanket over Sabrina and making their getaway. Zoo director Soud al-Shawaa said the gang also took two "talking" parrots, who can utter phrases in Arabic. Palestinian officials chose not to reveal the theft until now, hoping they could trace the kidnappers. The zoo has now offered a 1000 US dollar reward for the return of Sabrina and the two parrots. Soud al-Shawaa said Sakher is missing his playmate. "He was shocked, he also refused to eat his meat and is looking sad all the time, he is looking for his partner to come back to Gaza zoo," he said. Palestinian police think the animals are still alive and have been hidden somewhere in the Gaza strip. Sabrina reportedly weighs around 20 kilograms, but when fully grown could reach 130 kilograms. There are suspicions the lion cub was kidnapped to be kept as a mascot by a mafia-style criminal gang. The new zoo opened last month and the lions were its main attraction.
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MISCELLANOUS NEWSREEL #5
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Broadway star Anna Held poses for photos with young animals in the early 1900s
BAGHDAD ZOO
01:11:51:01 MS Sad-looking bear, with long claws, lies on floor of cage in Baghdad Zoo/ CU Bear's face/ CU Ocelot opens mouth (seen thru screen of cage)/ TRACKING SHOT Tiger paces in its cage/ PU ...
Circus Bouglione and shows with animals in hologram
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SOUND COMEDY SHORTS
FOLLOW MRS CHUZZLE BOTTOM'S AFRICAN EXPEDITION INTO THE DARKEST AFRICA, WHERE IT ENCOUNTERS NATIVES SUCH AS TRADER COHEN AND THE FIERCE JUNGLE WOMAN LARKANA, DOROTHY GRANGER, WHOSE YELL SOUNDS LIKE A COMBINATION OF ANDY DEVINE & JOHNNY WEISSMULLER. LOCAL REPORTER SCOOP SKINNER, EDDIE BORDEN TRIES TO WOO TARKANA IN ONE CLINCH BETWEEN THE TWO, A HUGE CENSORED SIGN IS FLASHED IN FRONT OF THE SCREEN, MESSAGES ARE SENT THROUGH THE FOREST BY A SO CALLED HOMING PIGEON WHICH LOOKS MORE LIKE A SWALLOW AND MORE NOISE THAN TEN AIRPLANES COMBINED. ZACK WILLIAMS, JAMES FINLAYSON, GRAYCE HAMPTON, CRAWFORD KENT, CURTIS BENTON. MAP OF AFRICA. FEMALE TARZAN. MEDICINE MAN. WITCH DOCTOR. NATIVES CANNIBALS. NATIVES DO A TRADITIONAL DANCE. DOUBLE DECKER BUS IN AFRICAN VILLAGES. POSH ENGLISH FOLKS ON SAFARI. AFRICAN STREET CLEANER. REPORTER ON 2 PCE TELEPHONE. CAMPING TENT. MAN IN GOWN AND NIGHT CAP. LATHERS UP HIS CHIN TO SHAVE. LION COMES INTO CAMP.SHAVES WITH STRAIGHT RAZOR. LION ROARS MAN SCREAMS. PYGMIES WITH BLOW GUNS SHOOT DARTS INTO MAN'S BUTT. MAN IN HAMMOCK SMOKES CIGAR. WOMAN SWINGS ON WIRE AND DOES GYMNASTIC TRICKS. RESTLESS LION. MAN FALLS OUT OF HAMMOCK. PUTS HER HAND TO HER MOUTH TO SCREAM. POUNDS HER CHEST. NATIVE IN CEREMONIAL MAKE UP GIVES MAN SOME LIQUOR. HAS A SHOT. SMOKE COMES OUT OF HIS MOUTH. CAN READ MINDS NOW. MAGIC DRINK. CU: MONKEY, LONG BLONDE HAIR. WOMAN SURPRISED BY CIVILIZED MAN. CONFUSED. PULLS HUGE LUMP OF HAIR OFF OF HIS CHEST. BIRD IN NEST WITH EGGS. YOUNG BLACK BOYS WEAR WESTERNERS CLOTHING. FLIRTS. HE KISSES HER. MAN WITH TELESCOPE LOOKS SURPRISED. SMOKE COMES OUT OF THE COUPLE AS THEY KISS. TELESCOPE GETS LIMP. WOMAN CARRIES MAN UP TO HER TREE HOUSE. SHE GETS ANGRY IF TARZAN IS MENTIONED. SHE HANDS HIM A PELICAN. JIMMY DURANTE JOKE. EVERYBODY IN THEIR NIGHT SHIRTS BECAUSE THEIR CLOTHES ARE ALL STOLEN. CANNIBAL LEADER IN THRONE FANNED BY SLAVES. CANNIBALS IN GRASS SKIRTS CHASE THE PEOPLE. DRAG MAN AWAY. NATIVES PULL ROPE TIED TO LARGE POT. TARZAN GIRL ATTACKS MAN. GORILLA. CALLING THE ANIMALS. RABBIT. THEY ALL COME. TROUT SWIM UP STREAM. FROG DOG SLED. NATIVES ON BICYCLES. GIRL RIDES ELEPHANT. MIXING DRINK. TELEPHONE IN THE HOUSE DRAGS MAN INTO HUT.
Animal - Park - Concerns
A SMALL TOWN IN SE MN CONSIDERS CLOSING DOWN A WILD ANIMAL PARK.
FBI CARNIVORE PROGRAM CONTROVERSY (7/12/2000)
EVERYONE WHO USES E-MAIL SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CARNIVORE BUT THE F-B-I SAYS IT'S ONLY ON-LINE CRIMINALS WHO SHOULD WORRY.
Entertainment US Box Office - Chicken Little remains No. 1 in the pecking order
NAME: US BOXOFFICE 141105Ex TAPE: EF05/1009 IN_TIME: 10:38:45:08 DURATION: 00:04:13:03 SOURCES: Check script for details DATELINE: Los Angeles, 13 November 2005 RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance SHOTLIST Walt Disney 1. "Chicken Little"/On-screen credit to Walt Disney Columbia 2. "Zathura: A Space Adventure"/On-screen credit to Columbia Weinstein 3. "Derailed"/On-screen credit to Weinstein Paramount 4. "Get Rich or Die Tryin'"/On-screen credit to Paramount Universal 5. "Jarhead"/On-screen credit to Universal Lions Gate 6. "Saw II"/On-screen credit to Lions Gate Columbia 7. "The Legend of Zorro"/On-screen credit to Columbia Universal 8. "Prime"/On-screen credit to Universal DreamWorks 9. "Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story"/On-screen credit to DreamWorks Focus 10. "Pride & Prejudice"/Focus 'CHICKEN LITTLE' UP; BOX OFFICE DOWN "Chicken Little" remained No. 1 in the pecking order, taking in $32 million in its second weekend to beat back a flock of new movies. Debuting in second place was the sci-fi fantasy "Zathura: A Space Adventure," which grossed $14 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Jennifer Aniston's first post-"Friends" film the thriller "Derailed," co-starring Clive Owen opened in third with $12.8 million. Rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's semi-autobiographical drama "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" premiered at No. 4 with $12.5 million, though it played in fewer theatres than its competitors. The movie has grossed $18.2 million since opening Wednesday. Also debuting in the top 10 was Keira Knightley's "Pride & Prejudice," a new take on Jane Austen's 19th century classic of romance and class conflict. The film came in at No. 10 with $2.8 million while playing in just 215 theatres, compared to 3,223 for "Zathura," 2,441 for "Derailed" and 1,652 for "Get Rich or Die Tryin'". The overall box office was down, with the top 12 movies grossing $114.7 million, off 15 percent from the same weekend last year, when "The Incredibles" was No. 1 with $50.3 million. Movie admissions are running 8 percent behind last year's, but the industry will get a big bump Friday with "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," the fourth film about the boy wizard. "This is one of those save-the-day kinds of movies," said Paul Dergarabedian, president of box-office tracker Exhibitor Relations. "There were lines around the block for the latest book, "`The Half-Blood Prince.' I expect no different for this `Harry Potter' movie." With $80.8 million domestically in 10 days, the cartoon tale "Chicken Little" should soar past the $100 million mark by this coming weekend. That's good news for distributor Disney, whose recent animated slate has been lack-luster. "You can't crow about things if people aren't buying tickets to your movies," said Chuck Viane, Disney head of distribution. "This proves that our animation team, with their commitment and resilience, can deliver." Check script for details CLEARANCE DETAILS 'Chicken Little' Walt Disney Pictures +1 818 560 1000 'Zathura' Columbia TriStar +1 310 244 7554 'Derailed' Miramax Films + 1 212 941 3800 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' Paramount Pictures +1 213 956 5000 'Jarhead' Universal Studios + 1 818 777 1000 'Saw II' Lions Gate Films (310) 449 9200 'The Legend of Zorro' Columbia TriStar +1 310 244 7554 'Prime' Universal Pictures + 1 818 777 1000 'Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story' DreamWorks Pictures + 1 818 777 4600 'Pride & Prejudice' Focus Features + 1 212 343 9230
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AFRICA SCREAMS
Iraq: trafficking of protected species
France 24
CELEBRITIES
HRN-007 Madagascar Kendal Cronkhite – production designer (art director) In: 26.51.06 out: 33.14.15 HRN-007 In: 27.08.23 out: 27.27.08 “my task is to design the look of the film. So really everything you see on the screen. The characters. The environments the characters are in. the lighting design.. everything on the screen – I’m responsible for.” HRN-007 In: 30.01.10 out: 02.30.28.18 “yes! … it absolutely does.. we paint and illustrate and work on photoshop. We sculpt the characters in clay. We build foam chorb models of the sets that are practical that you can move around and look at. And then we draft those models; blue prints of it. So ya, we still owkr traditionally on paper. We love to do that. “ HRN-007 In: 02.30.47.03 0ut: 02.32.19.00 “ya. In the beginning – I work really closely to those of the head of the departments. Like.. rex and malana and rob to work on the character. We all know going in what the expectation is for this character – we knew we wanted to make a very cartoony film with a lot of squash and stretch in our characters. So when the characters were designed, there was a a theory that we had that our character designer felt was really important and that was if you don’t design a real looking lion, you don’t expect it to move like a real lion. And I think that’s why the design of the characters work really well with how they move. And why we’re able to have such freedom in our animation style. Because they’re not anatomically correct. You don’t feel like bones are snapping. Or you know – It makes sense together. So that collaboration is important and it’s the same with the sets. With Philippe Gluckman who’s the CG supervisor and makes it possible to get this all in the computer. He and I have MANY conversations. I’m heated you know about like ‘I want this – I want you know a hundred plants in the jungle and he’s like ‘well, I think I can give you 60’… haha… and we always have these creative discussions about whats important you know and what isn’t and just trying to get that vision of what we have up there in the theaters in the end. “ HRN-007 In: 02.32.20.07 out: 02.32.49.14 You know there were a lot of technical challenges for us. Uhm.. all those fury leamer crowds in a a very lush dense jungle of hundreds of trees and thousands of leaves.. we’d never done anything like that before.. we didn’t even know if the computer could actually render it. So it took production and technology to really get together on that and make it possible which they did which is really incredible. HRN-007 In: 02.32.49.14 out: 02.033.12.08 The squash and stress part of the characters was a real technological advancement. And then for me just making sure that what we intended, vision-wise in the beginning, made it onto the screen in the end and making sure our consistency was there design-wise during the process. “
Lion runs past camera with blue screen behind, South Africa Available in HD.
Lion runs past camera with blue screen behind, South Africa Available in HD.