Master News #1 - Reporter stand ups (talent clered)
>>>1. S/up US Marines operation Vietnam taking the ridge line. 1967 >>>2. s/up US Airforce Danang, Vietnam F-8 fighters to bail out Marines at Khe Sahn. >>>3. s/up US Marines combat Hue during Tet 1968 fire coming from the Citadel >>>4. s/up Egypt-Israel peace talks in the desert where peace starts in the Middle East. >>>5. S/up Afghanistan 1987 another year of fighting the Russian occupation. >>>6. s/up Costa Rican street US dollar drops with coffee price in this economy. >>>7. s/up El Salvador journalist at work with guerrilla forces. >>>8. s/up Niagara Falls, Ontario. there are no other Niagara's for power production. >>>9. s/up Washington D.C. near the Capitol new Canadian Embassy good location. >>>10. s/up NASA Pasadena, CA. space lab on its way successfully to Mars. >>>11. Metro News Anchor Desk variety of reports spoken and video. >>>12. s/up Europe, Austrian wine cellar Hayden got bottles from the Prince's wine cellar. >>>13. s/up Austrian aircraft industry Austrians are making this aircraft for test flight >>>14. s/up Vienna Opera House Opera House rose from ashes of ww 2 >>>15. s/up Schonbrun Castle the interior is lines with Persian paintings. >>>16. s/up Vienna Conference Building In the heart of Europe a Conference Center. >>>17. s/up Ottawa, Canada Parliament Hill Parliament is debating this issue. >>>18. s/up Syracuse, N.Y. Veterans Hospital This hospital testing effects of electricity. >>>19. Anchor Desk. Quebec provincial election. The separatists have won the election, >>>20. s/up TRW Office exterior Los Angeles. This company is into space research. >>>21. s/up Costa Rica street The economy will effect this coming election. TYPICAL NEWS STORIES Los Angeles and Washington D.C. >>>1. Fire fighter trainee dies from exertion. >>>2. Murder in Long Beach investigated. >>>3. Movie on gang warfare uses real gangsters. >>>4. Protest against California State use of nuclear power. >>>5. LA Airport delays due to customs inspection. >>>6. Iranian students demonstration in LA >>>7. Opening of a play Dog Fight depicts last days Howard Hughes. >>>8. Pirate radio station owner-manager is handicapped. >>>Washington D.C. typical government trade talks negotiations interviews and testimony. >>>Street corner news conference in Washington street with Canadian trade negotiator Simon Reesman on progress of NAFTA agreements with US. Reporters crowd around and ask obvious questions and get obvious answers but not much information or news. >>>Reporter standuppers on trade negotiations four takes of same standupper. >>>Sec. Of State James Baker in testimony before a Congressional Committee on trade regulations. Chairman is Loyd Benson. Questions and testimony on typical trade issues.
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PRO FOOTBALL'S GREATEST RUNS
BAKER/GUYANA PRESSER
00:00:00:00 Secy of State James Baker & Guyana Pres Hugh Desmond Hoyte at PC [answer qestions] (0:00)/
Calendar Girl Trailer
Calendar Girl - b&w trailer - musical comedy Jane Frazee, William Marshall, Gail Patrick, James Ellison, Kenny Baker, Victor McLaglen, Irene Rich, directed by Allan Dwan songwriter and painter in turn of century New York City NYC - champagne bottle montage - music by Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson - c/u of hands on piano
News Clip: Randol Mill
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
Ballot - Wrap - PKG
WRAP UP OF FRIDAY'S MAIN EVENTS IN ONGOING ELECTION SAGA
EE BAFTA Film Awards 2024 - Arrivals
LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 18: (L-R) Dean Koonjul, Jane Paton, guest, guest, Simon Hughes, guest, guest and Tim Baker attend the EE BAFTA Film Awards 2024 at The Royal Festival Hall on February 18, 2024 in London, England. (Footage by Jordan Sellers/BAFTA/Getty Images for BAFTA)
Paramount
Clement Attlee's new Labor cabinet at 10 Downing Street in London
SCOTTISH CUP FINAL (Special)
Titles read: "SCOTTISH CUP FINAL". <br/> <br/>Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland. <br/> <br/>Various shots of the Scottish football cup final between St Mirren (in striped shirts) and Aberdeen. After several near misses, Tommy Bryceland gets the first goal for St Mirren. <br/> <br/>In the second half Miller scores again for St Mirren, followed by a third goal by Jimmy Baker. Hugh Baird scores a goal for Aberdeen just before the final whistle. <br/> <br/>Captain Lapsley is presented with the cup by Mrs Dorothy Park and her husband John, President of the Scottish Football Association. <br/> <br/>Among other players seen are Jim Rodger, Alistair Miller, Martin, Tommy Leishman, Gemmell, Gerry Baker (St Mirren) and Hather, Glen, Clunie (Aberdeen). <br/> <br/>Programme on file.
CAUCUS
ORIG. COLOR 50'SOF / MAG. CUT STORY: STATEMENT BY SENATOR HOWARD BAKER CON- GRATULATING HUGH SCOTT ON VICOTRY AS SENATE MINORITY " WHIP, " A VICTORY HE WON FROM BAKER. CI: PERSONALITIES: BAKER, HOWARD. PERSONALITIES: SCOTT, HUGH.
US Debate Viewers 2
Hugh turnout at US debate viewing parties
1953
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - home movies of Hollywood stars - mos - premiere and Academy Award arrivals - The 25th Annual Academy Awards - glamor of Hollywood - premiere - workers prepare for premiere - lay out red carpet - movie stars arrive in limousines, including Lucille Ball - Carroll Baker - Richard Chamberlain - Louella Parsons - Jimmy McHugh - Jimmy Stewart - Irene Dunne - George Peppard - Red Buttons - Rosalind Russell - Hedda Hopper - George Hamilton - Ronald & Nancy Reagan - Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty - Academy Award arrivals - Peggy Lee - Ginger Rogers and Jacques Bergerac - Joan Fontaine - Loretta Young - Louella Parsons - Marge and Gower Champion - Merle Oberon - Gloria Grahame - premiere - Debbie Reynolds - Robert Mitchum - Rock Hudson & Terry Moore - Shelley Winters - celebrities - fans
BUDGET DAY
Unused / unissued material - dates and locations unclear or unknown. <br/> <br/>Budget Day. London. <br/> <br/>Various shots of clock face of Big Ben. L/S of Eurgling Clark, the Chairman of the Stock Exchange. and Sir E. Gribbs arriving at the Houses of Parliament. Shots of Hugh Dalton arriving. Group shots of the Prime Minister Clement Attlee, Mrs Dalton, Hugh Dalton, George Brown and Noel Baker. L/S of the Houses of Parliament from the South side of Lambeth Bridge. <br/> <br/>L/S Pathe News truck with cameraman operating on roof, surrounded by large crowd. L/S Mr Channon MP for Southend, in tails and top hat crossing courtyard. C/U of Attlee surrounded by schoolboys. C/U of Attlee walking into No 10. C/U of budget bag being held by Hugh Dalton. L/S of Hugh Dalton, Chancellor of the Exchequer, with budget bag leaving No 11.
MONEYLINE WEEKEND
2024 EE BAFTA Film Awards - Arrivals
LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 18: (L-R) Dean Koonjul, Jane Paton, guest, guest, Simon Hughes, guest, guest and Tim Baker attend the 2024 EE BAFTA Film Awards at The Royal Festival Hall on February 18, 2024 in London, England. (Footage by Mark Case/Getty Images)
SENATOR HUGH SCOTT ON BAKER
ORIG. NEG. 500 FT. SOF MAG MCU SENATOR HUGH SCOTT (R-PENNA.) DISCUSSES THE MINORITY REPORT ON THE BAKER HEARING. HE SAYS THAT THE BAKER HEARING WAS NEVER COMPLETED. HE ALSO SAYS THAT THE MAJORITY CONSEALED AND COVERED UP INFORMATION. MS SENATOR SCOTT. SENATOR SCOTT ALSO TALKS ABOUT A CODE OF ETHICS. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - CALIF. , SAN FRANCISCO. PERSONALITIES - SCOTT, HUGH. SPEECHES - BOBBY BAKER.
DN-LB-623 Beta SP DN-LB-624 Beta SP
WWI ARMISTICE, CELEBRATIONS, VERSAILLES
MUSICAL FEATURES
DESIGNED AS A FUND RAISER FOR THE STAGE DOOR CANTEENS (A CHAIN OF CLUBS WHERE U.S. ENLISTED MEN COULD GO TO RELAX WHEN ON STATESIDE LEAVE), STAGE DOOR CANTEEN TOLD A SIMPLE STORY ABOUT A TRIO OF SERVICEMEN AND THEIR WOOING OF THREE CANTEEN HOSTESSES. WHAT MADE THE FILM A SUCCESS WAS THE INCREDIBLE CAST OF STARS (65) WHO PLAYED THEMSELVES IN CAMEO ROLES, AS WELL AS THE CAVALCADE OF SONGS AND MUSICAL NUMBERS PERFORMED BY THE NATION'S MOST POPULAR BANDS. THE FILM RECEIVED TWO 1943 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS: BEST SCORE, BEST SONG (WE MUSTN'T SAY GOODBYE). THE PLAYERS: JUDITH ANDERSON, KENNY BAKER, TALLULAH BANKHEAD, RALPH BELLAMY, EDGAR BERGEN & CHARLIE MCCARTHY, RAY BOLGER, INA CLAIRE, KATHARINE CORNELL, GRACIE FIELDS, LYNN FONTANNE, HELEN HAYES, KATHERINE HEPBURN, HUGH HERBERT, JEAN HERSHOLT, GEORGE JESSEL, GYPSY ROSE LEE, ALFRED LUNT, HARPO MARX, ELSA MAXWELL, YEHUDI MENUHIN, ETHEL MERMAN, PAUL MUNI, MERLE OBERON, GEORGE RAFT, LANNY ROSS, MARTHA SCOTT, ETHEL WATERS, JOHNNY WEISSMULLER, ED WYNN AND HENRY ARMETTA, BENNY BAKER, HELEN BRODERICK, LLOYD CORRIGAN, JANE DARWELL, WILLIAM DEMAREST, VIRGINIA FIELD, VINTON FREEDLY, ANN GILLIS, LUCILLE GLEASON, VERA GORDON, VIRGINIA GREY, SAM JAFFEE, ALLEN JENKINS, ROSCOE KARNS, TOM KENNEDY, OTTO FRUGER, JUNE LANG, BETTY LAWFORD, BERT LYTELL, ALINE MACMAHON, HORACE MACMAHON, HELEN MENKEN, PEGGY MORAN, RALPH MORGAN, ALAN MOWBRAY, ELLIOT NUGENT, PATRICK O'MOORE, FRANKLIN PANGBORN, HELEN PARRISH, BROCK PEMBERTON, SELENA ROYLE, MARION SHOCKLEY, CORNELLA OTIS SKINNER, NED SPARKS, BILL STERN, ARLEEN WHELAN, DAME MAY WHITTY & OTHERS. THE BANDS: COUNT BASIE, XAVIER CUGAT, BENNY GOODMAN, KAY KYSER, GUY LOMBARDO & FREDDY MARTIN.
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
NEWSFEED 11/11-11/14/00 FLORIDA RECOUNTS, OFFICALS COUNTING, COLLEGE AND PRO FOOTBALL, HOCKEY, BASEBALL, JESSE JACKSON, NASCAR; USA BALLOTS: James Baker w/press, butterfly ballots, Bill Clinton, reporter, absentee ballots; DX USA FLORIDA RECOUNT: Jesse Jackson comments; DX USA FLORIDA RECOUNT Democratic group demonstrates on streets, carrying banners, commenting, kids w/parents ; DX USA COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Oklahoma VS Texas A&M; DX USA WWII: story about war hero, family finally recieves medal of honor for 1st Lt Leonard, and college ring; DX USA FOOTBALL: could either be college or high school, don't reconize teams, cut aways to crowds, highlights; DX USA NFL FOOTBALL: Seattle VS Jacksonville, highlights; DX USA PRO GOLF: Tiger Woods interview ; DX USA BOXING: Tyson promoter and Lennix Louis Promoter, take jabs at each other, Louis also talks about fight w/Tyson; DX USA NHL HOCKEY: Ottawa VS Carolina highlights; DX USA RECOUNT: Jesse Jackson talks recount rallies crowd; DX USA BASEBALL: Pedro Martinez pitcher for meets gives interview and comments on Roger Clemens hitting Mike Piazza w/ball; DX USA NASCAR: teamates take victory lap, Bobby Labonte recieves trophy for Winston Cup, interview, cut away of pit crew; USA PRO BASEBALL: John Hart general manager of the Cleveland Indians comments on recent trading deadlines DX USA NFL FOOTBALL: player from Baltimore Ravens gives interview, and Shannon Sharpe fellow player jump into interview; DX USA RECOUNT: Al Gore, Warren Christopher, Karen Hughes, officals counting, Katherine Harris Secreatary of State for Florida, graphics of electoral college; DX USA COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Virginia Tech VS Florida State, shots of Virginia Tech Coach Frank Beamer on sidelines only; DX USA PRO BASEBALL: various clips of Cy Young winner Randy Johnson, This is a pitchers award, clips show him in game situations; DX USA RECOUNT: officals counting votes, Court, Lawyers at press conference, talking heads, James Baker, manual counts; DX USA RECOUNT: George W. Bush and Cheney on Bush ranch, Al Gore, various media analysts; WORLD NEWS: Clinton arrives in China, police deal with protesers in streets, injured child lies in bed, royal Britian ceremony ;
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DRAFT AND MOBILIZATION ACTIVITIES, 1917-1918
LABOUR MP'S AT NO 10
London. <br/> <br/>A group of post war 1945 Labour cabinet ministers come down the steps and gather in the garden of No 10 Downing Street and pose for a group photograph. Included in the gathering are: <br/> <br/>Clement Attlee (Prime Minister), Chuter Ede, George Issacs (Minister of Labour), Philip Noel Baker, Lord A V Alexander, Lewis Silkin, Hugh Dalton, Lord Pethwick Lawrence, Sir Hartley Shawcross, Emanuel (Manny) Shinwell, Aneurin (Nye) Bevan, Ernest Bevin, Sir Stafford Cripps.
Oil up over tight global supply concerns
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES/ELMET, TATARSTAN - RECENT, 2023 (FILE FOOTAGE): Oil prices increased on Monday over tight global supply concerns after lower output from OPEC+ countries, Saudi Arabia and Russia. International benchmark Brent crude traded at $85.45 per barrel at 10.28 a.m. local time (0728 GMT), a 0.77% rise from the closing price on Friday of $84.80 per barrel. The American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) traded at the same time at $81.31 per barrel, up 0.81% from the session close of $80.66 per barrel. Both benchmarks posted significant losses last week over fears of a slowdown in economic growth in China and the expectation of further interest rate hikes in the US. However, tight global supply concerns again underpinned price increases on Monday. OPEC+ crude exports are expected to fall for a second month in August after production cuts from Russia and Saudi Arabia. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia stated that it would extend its existing output cutbacks of 1 million barrels per day (bpd) through September. The country originally reduced output in July and extended it through August. Likewise, Russia announced it would continue to voluntarily reduce oil exports. It said it would reduce exports by 500,000 bpd in August and cut 300,000 bpd in September. Meanwhile, the oil rig count in the US decreased by five last week, according to the latest data released by oilfield services company Baker Hughes on Friday. The number of oil rigs, an indicator of short-term production in the country, fell to 520 for the week ending Aug. 18. The number of US oil rigs declined by 81 compared to one year ago. (Footage by Alexander Manzyuk - Lokman Vural Elibol/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
04/01/73 C0042076 - COLOR HAIFE INTERVIEW WITH AMNESTY MAN - MR HUGH BAKER
04/01/73 C0042076 - COLOR HAIFE INTERVIEW WITH AMNESTY MAN - MR HUGH BAKER CUTS: "AMNESTY MAN INTERVIEW" SHOWS: INTERVIEW BY MR BAKER AFTER VISIT TO HOSPITAL: (SHOT XX 450FT) PRISONERS OF WAR - UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC (& EUROPE) ISRAEL ARAB DISPUTE (RELATED) AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL (GROUP) BAKER, HUGH - SOF BIANCO / 450 FT / 16 MM / COLOR / ORIG /