NORTH AMERICA
MEXICO CITY. CATHEDRAL. GRAND ARCHITECTURE. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PALACE. PALACE OF FINE ARTS. FOREIGN OWNED BANKS. STATUES. MONUMENTS. LUXURIOUS HOTELS.
1906 Melodrama
b&w silent - melodrama - bank tellers handle cash and customers at window - banker robs his own bank vault - narration - painted set - silent film early cinema
Ukraine Bank
Pro-Russian protesters march towards bank owned by Ukrainian oligarch
Diefenbaker's Speech at the United Nations
Continued from Shot No. 55381 (Part 13/15 of speech): WAS of Prime Minister John Diefenbaker concluding his speech to the United Nations Assembly on September 26, 1960. Transcript is as follows: "We suggest that experts, in an experts' bank, if you will, might be recruited for medicine, public health, sanitation, public welfare, distribution of supplies, communications, transportation, and police services. To set up an experts' bank would make for administrative stability instead of having to rely on crash recruiting campaign for this purpose after the need arises. One matter which Canada has pressed in the past, and which I now repeat, is in the field of providing aid through food contributions. The problem of feeding the millions of chronically hungry and under-nourished peoples of the world is tragic and urgent. Some of our countries have tremendous surpluses of cereals and other foodstuffs. We also have the capacity to increase our production greatly. Canada's surplus of wheat, as of July 31, was 536 million bushels. Mr. President, surplus food, piled up in sterile storage, is hard to justify when so many human beings lack adequate food and nutrition. I realize, as the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) has stated, that agricultural surpluses of the more advanced countries would only be temporary relief and therefore would be incomplete. I believe, however, that much must be done on behalf of food-deficit countries, first to help them in their hour of need and then to help them raise their own levels of production. This to me is the responsibility of the United Nations as a whole, to meet this challenge.A few countries cannot underwrite the costs of transferring their surpluses to the countries in need. What we need is to join together in contributing to a solution of truly world-wide scope to this problem of the world's suffering and starving peoples. We have tried to do that. We have no ambitions internationally. We covet no country, we want to change no country's views. We have made available in wheat and flour to under-developed countries aid in the amount of 56 million dollars. I now welcome and commend the suggestion made by the President of the United States last week that the Assembly should seriously consider devising a workable plan along the lines of the "Food for Peace" programme. We envisage a "food bank" to provide food to Member states through the United Nations."Continued in Shot No. 55382.
Paramount
Greece's King Paul and Queen Frederica take boat ride with West German President Theodor Heuss
ARAB BANK
ORIG COLOR 1200 SOF / MAG SU JACKSON. EXTS BANK OF THE COMMONWEALTH IN DETROIT, JUST PURCHASED BY ARAB BUSINESSMEN. PRESS CONFERENCE WITH BANK DIRECTORS & NEW ARAB PRESIDENT. CU OF THEM SHAKING HANDS. BANK PRESIDENT READS A STATEMENT ON HOW DEAL WILL BENEFIT COMMUNITY. SU JACKSON. CI: BUILDINGS: BANKS. FINANCE: ARAB OWNED US BANK.
HOUSING MARKET CRISIS SIGNS
Signs in front of homes that are indicators of the housing market crisis include foreclosure signs, bank auction notices, and builder pays closing costs offers.
B-ROLL CAFFIT
Café scene - interview with young people about suicide bombing and Palestinian and Israeli relations,7:38:20-7:38:51>>>,Red-haired girl says she brought friends to café because very popular establishment told them beforehand that there was a bombing-attempt here in the past. Says of course her friends weren't afraid.,7:39:00-7:39:30>>>,Curly-haired guy agrees he wasn't afraid-Says it's hard to find a place in Israel that hasn't been a target. Says he isn't afraid to go anywhere.,7:39:31>>>,Short-haired guy says he hasn't changed his life. He says he would give the Palestinians their own state, his friend (brown-haired girl) says she disagrees.,7:40:00>>>,Brown-haired girl says she doesn't think Palestinians want a state, they just want to destroy Israel. She would like to live in peace but they need to understand Israel here to stay,7:41:10>>>,Short-haired guy says there's two people in this land and they should divide it. Each to have their own state.,Food arrives,7:42:10>>>,BHG says Palestinians want Israel as their state w/Jerusalem as capital,7:42:40-7:43:00>>>,SHG says Palestinians want their own state, not to replace Israel. He says problem is extremists on both sides. Leaders on both sides are cowards.,7:43:20>>>,BHG says Barak was very generous, offered a lot, this is proof that Pals not want to live in peace. She says she wants all the Jewish people to come to Israel.,7:44:20-7:45:15>>>,CHG (Rafi) Says part of the struggle against terror is to not change routine of life. Must fight against terror. ,7:46:26-7:47:00>>>,Pretty girl talks about freedom of speech in Israel,7:47:00-7:47:40>>>,BHG says their table of friends is a good example of Israeli democracy, they argue very hard but still good friends,7:47:40>>>,Pretty girl says they are very hopeful that someday they will be able to go out and be unafraid, but in the meantime they still go out even if they are a little bit afraid.,7:48:25>>>,SHG talks about European history,7:49:00>>>,CHG says maybe he has a strange opinion but he thinks life in Israel is normal. He says that he thinks part of Israel's place in the world is to struggle as the only democracy in the Middle East. He talks about being in the army. Explains why he calls West Bank Judea and Samaria. Says he didn't think the army was fun, but it was important, but back then Palestinians only threw stones. He believes in 2 state solution when leadership changes.,7:52:30>>>,BHG talks about humanity of the Israeli army.
BANK OF AFRICA - OUAGADOUGOU
The Bank of Africa group operates in 17 countries, including 8 in West Africa. Since 2010, the majority of the BOA group is owned by the BMCE Bank which gives direct access to international markets.
Yearling polar bear walks across ice on its own then sits down in bank of bare willows, sits up and looks around then goes back towards its mother, leaving frame. Med.
Looking, Travel, Walk, Land, Canada, Arctic, Coast, Ice, Ocean, Tundra, Arctic, Arctic Ocean, Hudson Bay, North America, Arctic Shore, Polar Bears, Exits Frame, Following Shot, Medium, Slow Motion, Animal, Family, Mammal, Marine Mammal, Day, Fall-Autumn
Fast Food, junk food, ready meals ect, USA, 1958
Unedited footage of vending machines, prepared packaged food, TV dinner, fast food restaurant, drive-in restaurant. Brief image of a pigeon. People at a sidewalk cafe table. Sidewalk vendor preparing a hot dog for customer. Black (African-American) railroad porter serves food and drinks in a railway coach car (railway passenger car). Customer seated at fast food counter. Fast food vendor at country fair. Making and selling cotton candy at fair. Closeup of hand of “soda jerk” dispensing Coca-Cola from a soda fountain. Little girl eating ice cream. Depositing coin in milk vending machine. Ice cream bar vending machine. Drink or beverage vending machine, closeup of drink cup falling into tray. Hand removes apple from vending machine. Fancy tea machine. Spreading butter on ear of corn. Man eating corn on the cob. Preparing frozen beans. Reddi Whip on dessert. Frozen TV dinner. Package potatoes. Canned biscuits. Package pancakes pops out of toaster and served. Individual box of cold cereal in it's own bowl. Toothpaste on toothbrush. Little girl makes funny face. Lunch counter of fast food restaurant. Road sign reads “Congested Slow Area”, pan to congested highway. Business sign of Ocean Palm Motel. Security Guard directing traffic at drive thru bank. Bank teller counting money. Automobile drivers point of view (pow) as vehicle exits into drive-in restaurant. Drive-in restaurant sign reads Curb Service. Car hop attaches tray of food to car. Three women eating in convertible automobile, closeup woman eats hamburger. Car hop removes food tray from automobile. Car hop gives change from belt coin changer. Night time scene of drive-in movie. Motel electric neon sign. 1958 Dodge automobile turns into Motel. Parked automobiles at motel. Front angle shot of automobiles on congested highway. Church services at drive-in movie. Florida trailer park, group eating at picnic table next to trailer. Truck with trailer attached drives out of trailer park as girl waves goodbye.
Bridgeman Images Details
News Clip: Locally Owned Banks
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 6pm.
Qatargate: cash bags...in Brussels!
France 5
CARVER BANK (5/6/1996)
BLACK BUSINESS AND CHURCH LEADERS TRAVEL TO HARLEM TO DEPOSIT THEIR MONIES IN CARVER BANK, A BANK WHICH IS FAVORABLE TO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES
DN-LB-243 Beta SP
One Tenth of a Nation
LONDON'S OWN REGATTA
Full title reads: "London's own regatta revived after lapse of 25 years". <br/> <br/>Lambeth, London. <br/> <br/>Panning shot of crowds gathered on pavement at Embankment and pier over River Thames. M/S of rowers getting changed in barge moored by river bank. Panning shot follows them as they climb out of the barge. M/S of the men climbing into coxed four boat. Various L/Ss of two coxed fours racing down river. Panning M/S of crowds on pier and bank. Pan to show Houses of Parliament on other side of river.
FEINBERG OWNED BY TAXPA
HOUSES FOR SALE & MALL SHOPPERS
Montage bank owned, foreclosed and homes for sale. Shoppers use the up escalator to get to their destination within the mall.
1967
Night, Sunset Strip, camera pans, cars past - street sign - sunset blvd. boulevard - St. Genesius Restaurant which later in 1982 became Spago the famous celebrity restaurant owned by Wolfgang Puck - Continental Bank - Camelot billboard - Texaco - woodie car with surfboard on roof
$400 MILLION BANK FRAUD (02/23/1995)
A 37 YEAR OLD CHICAGO MAN IS ACCUSED OF FRAUDULENTLY OBTAINING BANK LOANS EXCEEDING $400 MILLION FROM BANKS AROUND THE COUNTRY IN THE 1980'S. WILLIAM STOECKER, CHAIRMAN OF GRABIL CORP. AND FIVE OTHER MEN HAVE BEEN INDICTED ON 58-COUNTS OF BANK FRAUD. THE INDICTMENT FOLLOWED A FIVE-YEAR INVESTIGATION. STOECKER, AN INDUSTRIALIST, WAS THE SOLE OWNER OF GRABILL CORP., A HOLDING COMPANY THAT OWNED OR CONTROLLED 30 MANUFACTURING, SERVICE AND RETAIL COMPANIES, MAINLY IN THE MIDWEST. THE COMPANY WENT INTO BANKRUPTCY IN JANUARY 1989. THE BANKS INVOLVED INCLUDE BANK OF AMERICA, CITIBANK, CONNECTICUT BANK & TRUST CO., BANK OF NEW ENGLAND, MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL BANK OF DETROIT, INDIANA NATIONAL BANK, HARRIS BANK & TRUST, LASALLE NATIONAL BANK AND EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK. IF CONVICTED, STOECKER COULD FACE 200 YEARS IN PRISON AND $300 MILLION IN FINES.
BANK/JAPAN
00:00:00:00 [Sumitomo Bank owns big stake in NY Goldman Sachs will issue shares to raise operation funds]--Ext bank :07/ VS int: lobby, customers, tellers :37/ Goldman Sachs sign :05/ VS clerks in ...
Russia Scientists (NR)
Russian scientists are facing pressure from international sanctions and their own government's increasing suspicion of foreign-funded non-governmental organisations, seeing them as potential agents of a hostile West. (July 20)
Tomorrow's World
United States (00/00/1937): TRAVELLING SHOT past shacks and run down community. Partially built clapboard house, new car parked in front of shack, PAN right to man splitting wood in front of shack to mobile home in North Carolina. MSs of carcasses hanging down from ceiling, of man entering building, of sign "White Pine, Tennessee Community Refrigerator". Crowds of people in New York City, woman and children getting food from Community busses. Huge crowds lined up at Morgan's Cafeteria. Black and White people queueing up to South Carolina Liquor Retail Store. Interior shot of workmen drinking in tavern. Shot of Roosevelt Hotel with sign "Rooms - Jesus Saves". Itinerant worker checking into Saint Michael's Dormitory in Cleveland, Ohio. Shots of shacks, woman and children standing in doorway with husband, small American flag on shack in background. Shots of tents, pigs running through field, of Black-owned shacks in poverty stricken state of Alabama, Blacks standing outside. TRAVELLING SHOT through small town, past farms and abandoned houses on farms. PAN across field of stooked wheat. Industrial shots of Pittsburgh Mill, molten steel being poured from crucibles. Exterior shots of slag being dumped.
PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE
Item title reads: "Paddle Your Own Canoe!. 100 entrants in first canoeing Marathon over full course of 26 miles." <br/> <br/>Medfield <br/> <br/>M/S of a group of canoes on the water. Each canoe has one man in it using a kneeling stance to paddle. They come round a river bend in a large group. L/S down river with canoes paddling towards camera, one going at speed under a bridge. The water is almost like a mirror. The thin muscular men are then seen lugging their canoes up onto the <br/>bank, followed by canoeists hauling and carrying their canoes overland, through the woods. They relaunch, watched by crowds on the bank, and from boathouses. <br/> <br/>Note: VHS Sleeve indicates item as G 1431