BELL ATLANTIC - TCI MERGER
PRESS CONFERENCE / RAYMOND SMITH / JOHN MALONE / LOGOS
SABOTAGED CANADA BELL PHONE CABLES
CU of cut wires and damage from chainsaws to Canada Bell phone cables which occured during a strike by 19,000 workers. The Canada Bell logo on the company's headquarters is also featured.
The call of the Olympic bell - Part 3
Close up Olympic flag flying, and posed shots of various male and female athletes performing different sports. Various shots of real sporting action, including track cycling and wrestling. Close up of bell being rung, and various shots of a model throwing a discus, throwing a shot put, and performing gymnastics. More shots of real sporting action, including high jump, long jump, pole vault, and running. More shots of staged sporting action, including javelin, and various shots of fencing. Close up of shooting pistol firing shot at target, and various staged shots of rowers rowing, with their cox shouting into a loudhailer. Various shots of sailing boats racing on the water. Close up of glider with 'Olympiade 1936 Berlin' logo on side taking off, and flying out to sea. Wide shot of glider in air, and close up of male high diver diving into pool, and smiling to camera as he climbs out. Close ups of swimmers swimming in race, and low angle and close up of high diver diving into pool. Graphic reading '1936' with bell ringing, then reading 'Germany', and the Olympic rings. Close up of Olympic flag flying, fade to black. <br/>
The pilot and the crew members of U.S. AA Force bomber B-17F Memphis Belle introduced in Washington DC during World War II
United States Army Air Force Bomber B-17F, Memphis Belle, lands at Washington National Airport, Washington DC, during World War 2. Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson shakes hands with the crew. Mascot Scotty dog 'Stuka' is held by a crew member. The crew member speaks about his memories when the craft took off. He discusses difficulties the crew members encountered during the mission. Captain Robert K. Morgan, pilot of Memphis Belle, speaks and introduces the members of the crew. The captain calls Sergeant John Quinlan as the Tail Gunner. Logo and name on the craft reads Memphis Belle and name of pilot. Lieutenant General Barney Mc Giles in the background. Location: Washington DC USA. Date: 1944.
AOL/Time Warner merger; 01/00
Ted Turner and others sit and watch AOL chief executive Steve Case speak at podium on stage to announce AOL/Time Warner merger; Another guy speaks on stage; Ted Turner speaks; Audience shot with photographers; Computer screen with America on-line browser; HBO logo; Time Warner Logo; clip from film "The Perfect Storm"; People buy and read magazines; AOL flag outside corporate headquarters; Time Warner HQ; Steve Case speaks on stage at podium; Various web sites; People applaud at closing bell on wall street; AOL logo; Time Warner Logo; EXT of AOL headquarters; CNN; Clip from show "Sopranos"; TNT logo; Microsoft corporate office; Fingers type at a keyboard; DOS screen; Mouse pointer and Windows icons
Environment: an eco-score for textiles
FR3 / France 3
DN-LB-109 Beta SP
Longines Chronoscope - Thornburg, Max. W.
The tent in the square, 1971 (16mm positive, scan 2K/sound)
Location: Rome, Italy Creator: Gian Maria Volonté The film tells the struggle of workers and workers of five Italian factories, Cagli, Coca Cola, Filodont, Luciani and Metalfer. It is a set of interviews in which workers denounce the inconvenience and difficulties of living without salary and make their proposals to get out of the crisis and for change. The workers of the occupied factories decide to raise a tent in the Spanish Steps to propagate their struggle but the permission, granted by the City Council, is denied by the Public Security Commissioner. The result is a long negotiation between the workers and the Commissariat. The workers explain the propaganda activity in the busy Coca Cola screen printing laboratory, where posters, brochures, etc. are printed. The wives of the workers set up a very active struggle committee, which also organizes a kindergarten at the factory. The second roller records the chronicle of the struggle for raising the tent in Piazza di Spagna. There are clashes with the police, who charge and use the batons whenever the workers try to set up the tent. Despite the wounded and the bruised, the workers do not give themselves for losers, until they get what they ask: “A curtain in the living room of Rome to remind citizens - especially of the most affluent classes - who In Rome, during the Christmas holidays, there are workers without salary.” In the end, the workers get what they ask for and the tent is finally raised between applause and general satisfaction. 01. Overlay the words “The Tent in the Square”. CM of a group of protesters intent on listening to a speaker who speaks. Detail of an inscription on the gate of a “Busy Factory” factory. CM of a group of women who occupied certain departments. Some of them speak to the MDP. Alternately workers tell other experiences 02. Play the mermaid typical of the workers' lunch break. Some images of the occupied factories alternate with the stories of the workers 03. Piazza di Spagna. Prosecutor's PP discussing with the workers, forbidding them from setting up the protest tent. PP of some police officers on the margins of protest. The voices off of the discussion are followed by various images of the event in the square 04. Images of aligned cops ready for any intervention 05. Sheet with the inscription “In the hours required for demonstrations and protests all workers must be available for the fight. Employment is a political commitment.” PP of a worker who speaks to the MDP. A group of workers sing a song. There are other interventions by workers. The coke logo turned into a symbol of protest 06. Some women tell the MDP about the birth of the Women's Factory Employment Committee. Various images of the workers who occupied the factory 07. Some workers and workers tell how ordinary people reacted to their strikes 08. Workers ring empty bells and tin barrels in protest. “Solidarity for Busy Factories” sign. Pictures of some workers who occupied the factories. Various interventions by the workers who speak at the MDP 09. PP of a RAI operator whose questions are asked. Occupant Crowd Overview 10. Cops are watching the demonstration. Some workers sit on the ground in a protest sit-in 11. The protesters try to set up the protest tent. Clashes between demonstrators and workers. The cops use batons against the workers. A man falls to the ground unconscious after the clashes with the police 12. Some workers try to assemble the tent again. A man talks to the megaphone and screams out protest slogan 13. Several interventions of the workers follow one another 14. A roundup of the workers who listen very carefully to the interventions of their comrades 15. CM of the protesters. A group of occupied women sing slogans “They beat us up, they bind us to work and they call this freedom,” “The struggle is hard without fear,” “We are increasingly pissed off against the government of the masters.” Men violently play tin barrels. In front of women, a host of cops 16. The workers are trying to set up the tent again. The cops clear the protesters again with batons. The clashes become much harder and more violent 17. Workers who mount the tent in Piazza di Spagna. An off voice tells how they managed to win permission. People applaud the business. The inscription 'Fine' appears
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1982 Bell Telephone Company strike
news - labor strikes & demonstrations - Bell Telephone pickets,1982 - picketers hold signs and balloons - cu of balloons with mouse head design with a Bell logo imprinted on it - monopoly - antitrust - anti-trust - communications industry
Bell - South - Grant (03/23/1999)
A telephone industry giant is giving away ten-million dollars to schools. Today during a multi-city teleconference, BellSouth announced its new "Ed-U-Power-Three" program. The company's grants will pay to teach superintendents what technology to buy. The money will also create three to five model technology schools in the southeast. Most of the grant will train teachers how to use technology in the classroom...which excites local school leaders. ATLANTIC
SOUTHERN BELL EXTERI
00:00:00:00 VS,EXT Southern Bell Telephone &amp; Telegraph Co incl logo 2:00. (0:00)/
Pathe
Montage preview of 1936 Summer Olympic Games events
Initiatives in Lincoln Prison aimed at stopping inmates from reoffending
Initiatives in Lincoln Prison aimed at stopping inmates from reoffending; ENGLAND: Lincoln: INT Close up service bell, man picking up plates Inmate along to table with plates Close up plates Reporter speaking to diners SOT Close up plates ready to go Close up apron logo 'Bertie's' Close up Ministry of Justice sign Inmate set up shots and interview SOT EXT Barbed wire on prison walls INT Prison kitchen David (inmate) interview SOT Close up prison officer key chain Close up security camera Matt Spencer (Governor, HM Prison Lincoln) set up shots and interview SOT Close up apron logo 'Bertie's' Close up food on plates EXT Prison gates Prison towers
WORLD WAR II: MEMPHIS BELLE LANDS IN DC (1943)
B&W film, 1943. Famous B-25 bomber and crew of World War II arrive in Washington to the delight of crowds. Exact dates of filming unknown.
Cincinnati Reds autograph baseballs for Civil Air Patrol cadets from the Netherlands
CAP (Civil Air Patrol) cadets from the Netherlands meet members of the Cincinnati Reds baseball team at Crosley Field (1130 Findlay St, Cincinnati, OH 45214) in Cincinnati Ohio. Cadets chat with Reds manager and Hall of Fame second baseman Rogers Hornsby, who explains the purpose of a baseball bat. Cadets watch infield practice, with #15 Rocky Bridges sliding into third base where Grady Hatton is standing. Bridges takes swings in batting cage while cadets watch. Hornsby signs a baseball for a cadet. Closeup of the Reds' logo on their uniform. Cadets gather in dugout; one looks at a bat while #25 Gus Bell talks. Cadets get another autograph. Location: Cincinnati Ohio USA. Date: August 1, 1953.
EXT. TACO BELL & DRIVE THRU WINDOW
Exterior Taco Bell. A person buys a Pepsi at the drive thru window.
BELL ATLANTIC / CWA CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS
FTG FOR CS ON BELL ATLANTIC AND CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS / COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS OF AMERICA (CWA) SHOTS OF BUILDING EXT AT 42ND AND 6TH AVE SHOTS OF VEHICLE PARKING LOT FILLED W/ BELL ATLANTIC REPAIR VANS SHOT OF PEOPLE USING BELL ATLANTIC PUBLIC PHONES INCLUDING CU OF FINGERS DIALING HANGING UP RECEIVER SPEAKING PUTTING IN QUARTER BELL ATLANTIC VAN PARKED IN STREET SEVERAL SHOTS OF LOGO PLENTY OF 5 STRIKERS PACING SIDEWALK IN FRONT OF BELL ATLANTIC FEDERAL BUILDING SECURITY INCREASES IN NYC SHOTS OF FEDERAL COURT BIULDING W/ SQUAD CARS NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT (NYPD) OFFICERS
Various Subjects
WWII era film w/ James Cagney "You John Jones", Grand National Studio logo as clock, studio lot, Cagney w/ voice coach, Various celebrities on War Bond Drive and pitching war bonds: Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Humphrey Bogart, etc. American Industry supporting war effort, Liberty Bell and American Flag,
PA-0363 Beta SP
You Can Tell by the Teller
2007 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office building
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - tilt up 7 story office building - dusk - sign AFSCME DC 33 - could be factory - has Bell Telephone logo on top
Paramount
3rd National Boy Scout Jamboree held at Irvine Ranch in 1953
SJT 2 - NUTRISCORE TEXTILE
A2 / France 2