SOTHEBY'S AUCTION (05/23/1995)
IT HAS BEEN CALLED THE WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE PIECE OF LUMBER: EDGAR BERGEN'S WOODEN DUMMY NAMED CHARLIE MCCARTHY. MCCARTHY AND SEVERAL RARE PIECES OF HOLLYWOOD AND ROCK N' ROLL MEMORABILIA WILL BE AUCTIONED OFF FROM SOTHEBY'S ON JUNE 10TH IN NEW YORK. EARLY ESTIMATES SUGGEST THAT CHARLIE MCCARTHY WILL GO FOR ANYWHERE FROM $150,000 TO $200,000. ALSO FOR SALE WILL BE HANDWRITTEN LYRICS FROM JOHN LENNON, DONALD OGDEN STEWART'S OSCAR FOR HIS SCREEPLAY OF THE 1940 HIT MOVIE "PHILADELPHIA STORY, A POSTCARD FROM BUDDY HOLLY AND A SIGNED DOCUMENT FROM JIMI HENDRIX.
1920s Marion Davies
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - Hollywood history - Marion Davies - tribute - Louella Parsons - Davies and Roddy McDowall - Horace Brown, Davies and Charlie Morrison - Davies and Errol Flynn - Davies and George Jessel - older Davies - Joan Crawford - Clark Gable - stand-in Vera Burnett - dressing room - Quality St. set falling apart - celebrities
Harold Ballard Fundraiser Dinner
A birthday dinner for Maple Leafs owner, Harold Ballard, raises money for the Charlie Conacher Research Fund. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
FAIRWAY TO CHARITY
Enfield. <br/> <br/>SV. Comedian Charlie Drake on the first tee preparing to drive off. LV. As he drives and misses the ball completely. CU. Pan, Footballer Mike England. CU. Pan, actor Ty Hardin. GV. The course. SV. Actor Kenneth More drives off. SV. Lionel Platts drives off. CU. As he tries to bend his club. LV. Golfer Dai Rees just misses a long putt. SV. Cricketer Colin Cowdrey misses a putt. LV. Cliff Michelmore sinks an easy one. GV. Crowd around one of the greens. SV. Pan, Charlie Drake and Macdonald Hobley walk up to inspect the hole. LV. Crowd. SV. As Charlie Drake prepares to sink the putt but hits the ball the wrong way. CU. Charlie Drake. SV. Joe Davies sinks a putt by using his iron as a billiard cue. CU. Joe Davis waving his arms in the air.
The Shock Team of January 19, 2024: the 100th.
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News Clip: Davis trial
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
Archival Hollywood Footage
00:00 - 01:47 - B/W, 1929. Clip from ‘Double Whoopee’ with Stan Laurel, Jean Harlow and Oliver Hardy. Harlow arrives in a taxi at a hotel where Laurel and Hardy work as footman and doorman and ends up partially undressed. 01:47 - 04:05 - B/W, 1959. INT Babe London visiting Stan Laurel at his home. London joking around by reading magazine with 3D glasses. London and Laurel watching Laurel and Hardy short ‘Our Wife’, in which Babe London co-starred as Dulcy, the bride. London laughs and wipes away tears while watching the film. 04:05 - 05:04 - Color, 1970s. EXT film studio buildings. Notification on door ‘Nitrate film. No Smoking. Keep Doors Closed.’ EXT and INT film library, building 69. Viewer 05:04 - 08:05 - Color, 1940s. EXT aerial views over Warner Brothers Studio. ‘The home of Warner Bros. Pictures - Combining good citizenship with good picture making’ billboard. Activity around backlot. Actors and actresses in costume. Raoul Walsh sitting in director’s chair on set receiving phone call, possibly while filming ‘Fighter Squadron’. Warner Brothers Studio Water Tower. Man holding clapperboard in front of camera. Actors and actresses in costumes running out of soundstage and standing in line to have man sign documents, possibly paychecks. ‘Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc - Burbank, Calif.’ plaque on gate. Guard opening gate to allow man in car to drive through entrance into backlot. 08:05 - 08:39 - Color, 1970s. EXT movie ranch / backlot. Film sets, including Old West set. 08:39 - 10:17 - B/W, EXT HA PAN film studio and backlot. 10:17 - 11:25 - Color, 1970s. EXT Warner Brothers Studio backlot. Old West set. Laramie Street. ‘The Waltons’ set including White Arrow Bus Station. 11:25 - 11:53 - Color, 1936. Selznick International Pictures logo, possibly from ‘A Star is Born’ (1937). 11:53 - 14:31 - B/W, 1920s. ‘Own Your Own Library - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Stars, Culver City, California.’ Aerial view Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios. Clips of Marion Davies, Lillian Gish, Antonio Moreno, Norma Scheerer, Alice Terry, John Gilbert, Renee Adoree, Lon Chaney, Joan Crawford and Charles Ray 14:31 - 15:09 - B/W, 1938. Fanny Brice performing ‘Quainty Dainty Me’ from ‘Everybody Sing’. 15:09 - 15:41 - Color, 1970s. EXT Tilt down Western Costume building facade. 15:41 - 15:51 - Color. Paramount Pictures ‘A Paramount Picture’ logo. 15:51 - 16:08 - B/W. EXT Filmed photograph of Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation West Coast Studios building facade. Water tower on top of mill. 16:08 - 16:22 - Color, 1970s. EXT Oblath’s Cafe sign on building. 16:22 - 16:40 - Color, EXT Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation West Coast Studios building facade. 16:41 - 17:28 - Color, 1970s. EXT Nickodell Melrose Restaurant. KHJ Radio Station building. 17:28 - 17:43 - B/W. Photograph of RKO Radio Pictures building with cars parked outside. 17:43 - 17:49 - B/W. Downtown Los Angeles skyline with KRKD radio tower. 17:49 - 18:32 - Color, Night, 1936. EXT HA Los Angeles skyline illuminated with lights. Probably B-roll / outtakes from ‘A Star is Born’ (1937). 18:32 - 18:48 - Color, Night, 1936. EXT Probably outtakes / b-roll footage from ‘A Star is Born’ (1937). Man and woman run to parked car and drive off. 18:48 - 19:07 - Color, Night, 1937. EXT HA Los Angeles skyline with flashing Hollywoodland sign. Probably outtakes / b-roll footage from ‘A Star is Born’ (1937). 19:07 - 20:23 - B/W, Night, 1940s. Car POV past Ciro’s. Street scenes on Hollywood Boulevard with heavy traffic, pedestrians and illuminated neon signs. Coca-Cola “All Roads Lead to Hollywood” neon sign. Signs for Christie Hotel and partially visible Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. EXT Earl Carroll Theatre and Slapsie Maxie’s. 20:23 - 20:44 - Color, Night, 1936. EXT WS Men outside Cafe Trocadero. Probably outtakes / b-roll footage from ‘A Star is Born’ (1937). 20:44 - 20:54 - Color. EXT Samuel Goldwyn Studios building door. 20:54 - 21:01 - B/W. Metrotone Snapshots title card. 21:01 - 21:50 - B/W, 1954. Movie News - Warner Pathe News. ‘Alan Ladd Steps in with Both Feet!’ Alan Ladd getting footprints and handprints immortalized on Hollywood Walk of Fame outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Ladd kisses wife Sue Carol. ‘Fans honor John Wayne, June Allyson’. June Allyson and John Wayne (in costume for playing Genghis Khan from The Conqueror’ receiving Woman’s Home Companion Favorite Movie Actress and Actor Awards for 1954. 21:50 - 22:14 - B/W, Night, 1952. EXT RKO Pantages Theatre with ‘24th Annual Academy Awards Presentation’ on marquee. Movie stars arriving. Hearst Metronome News - Metro Goldwyn Mayer ending title card. 22:14 - 23:38 - B/W, Night, 1952. Warner Pathe News. ‘Academy Awards’. EXT RKO Pantages Theater with ‘24th Annual Academy Awards Presentation’ on marquee. INT theater during presentation. Oscars being presented. Bettie Davis accepting award on behalf of Kim Hunter with George Stands standing next to podium. Kim Hunter arriving at the Playhouse in NYC where she is appearing in ‘The Chase’ with John Hodiak. Greer Garson presenting Oscar for Best Actor to Humphrey Bogart. Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh kissing in her dressing room for the stage version of ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ at the Ziegfeld Theatre. 23:38 - 24:37 - B/W, Night, 1955. Warner Pathe News ‘Film Industry Awards Its Oscars’. EXT RKO Pantages Theatre with ‘27th Annual Academy Awards Presentation’ on marquee. Stars arriving. EXT NBC Television Century Theatre. INT theater during presentation. Elia Kazan receiving Oscar for Best Director. Bette Davis presenting Oscar for Best Actor to Marlon Brando. William Holden presenting Oscar for Best Actress to Grace Kelly. 24:37 - 25:13 - Color, 1949. INT HA ‘The Hawk and the Arrow’ (1950 - also known as ‘The Flame and the Arrow’) written on clapperboard held in front of camera. Fight scene inside castle being filmed. 25:13 - 34:27 - Color, 1949. INT wardrobe test for ‘The Petty Girl’ (1950). Actor and models / dancers / actresses modeling costumes by striking poses, turning around and dancing, some en pointe or spinning on ice skates. Includes Joan Caulfield, the Toni Twins and Tippi Hedren as ‘Ice Box’. Man holding clapperboards with character names and months of ‘Calendar girls’. 34:27 - 39:45 - B/W, 1956. INT wardrobe test for 'Melville Goodwin’. Humphrey Bogart as Gen Goodwin on set trying various uniforms and coats on. Bogart turning around, smoking cigarettes and talking. Bogart being joined by Lauren Bacall, wearing sparkling evening gown and fur wrap / stole, before she tosses it off-screen. Bogart stands on tip toes trying to be taller than Bacall. 39:45 - 41:44 - Color, 1952. INT screen test/ wardrobe test for ‘Salome’ (1953). Arthur Franz, in costume, testing alone and with Rita Hayworth. 41:44 - 42:05 - Color, 1949. INT wardrobe test for ‘The Petty Girl’ (1950). Joan Caulfield, wearing blue swimsuit, turning around and posing. 42:05 - 43:37 - Color, 1950s. Wardrobe tests. Comic actor trying on costumes and disguises of different ethnicities. Clapperboards held in front of actor with ‘Pull on type of skull cap for shaved head. Change #2 Chinese Mandarin, ’Type 2 of quick change mask change #4 ‘Arab’’. ‘Suggestion for hat and wig. Change #5 Scarlett O’Hara’. Man wearing Scarlett O’Hara costume. 43:37 - 44:15 - B/W, 1920s. Keystone Presents ‘Universal Studio and Stars’ Keystone Kinescope Projectors title card. EXT Universal Pictures Corporation Pacific Coast Studios. HA studio / backlot. 44:15 - 46:39 - B/W, 1940s. ’Charlie’s Fisted Romance’ with Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen.
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President Ronald Reagan gives a speech in Berlin, Germany and returns back to United States.
United States President Ronald Reagan in Berlin, Germany. President Reagan addresses members of the Berlin Garrison at Berlin Tempelhof Airport. In his speech, he questions why the Berlin wall exists, and jokes that he will put that question into a bottle and "throw it over the wall." Later, he visits Checkpoint Charlie and then speaks to a crowd of civilians in German at the Schloss Charlottenburg. Officials and the crowd applaud as he proclaims, 'Berlin is still Berlin.' Air Force One lands at Andrews Air Force Base. President Reagan and his wife Nancy disembark from the aircraft. He shakes hands with Vice President George H. W. Bush. Location: Berlin Germany. Date: June 1982.
Entertainment US Debbie Reynolds Auction
Debbie Reynolds holds final auction of her memorabilia; daughter Carrie Fisher attends
Boat Journey in 1914 and Premiere of Charlie Chaplin's The Kid in London, 1921
The opening scene on the ship is 1914. Docking in London. Premiere of The Kid in London in 1921. Note: Hyman Winik had the exclusive rights to Charlie Chaplin's Keystone films for Europe and South America in 1921. Fatty Arbuckle makes the trip for the premiere. Rare shot of the press rolling cameras. Hyman Winik and London producer Tom Davies of Western Import Company gather projector and tech equipment in front of the Royal Hotel to head to Sandringham Palace to show Charlie Chaplin's The Kid to the monarchy of England and others. Possibly Hyman Winik and Producer Tom Davies walking on the lawn at Sandringham.
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The Writers' Guild Of Great Britain Joins Global Strike
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Jack Thorne, Charlie Brooker and Russell T Davies talk as the Writers Guild of Great Britain joins a global strike in solidarity with the Writers' Guild of America West and Writers' Guild of America East at Leicester Square on June 14, 2023 in London, England. Writers of several major television series have been on strike since May 3, with union members stated that they are not being paid fairly in the streaming era and that they are seeking pay increases and structural changes to the business model. Many are also concerned about the effects of AI across the industry. (Footage by Mark Case/Getty Images)
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Second and third innings of 1941 World Series opening game between New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers
TV Variety
EDIE ADAM'S SHOW OPENING WITH MISSY BECAlL & CHARLIE BRILL, SAMMY DAVIS JR.
SIR JOHN DAVIS
ISSUE_NO = 2215 NO_OF_ITEMS = 6 COMMENTATOR = Leslie Mitchell ITEM_NO = 5 DESCRIPTION : A dinner, given in honour of Sir John Davis, of the Rank Organisation, was attended by many show business personalities. CARD_FILE = 97649 CARD_TITLE : SIR JOHN DAVIS SHOT_LIST : MLS Royal Lancaster Hotel: MCU Sir John Davis & Monty Berman: MS Davis greets Berman: MS Davis greets Nat Cohen followed by James Carreras: MCS Percy Livingstone greeted by Davis: MS Frank Poole greeted by Davis; MCS Mike Francovich greeted: MS Bryan Forbes greeted: MS Richard Attenborough ditto: CS John Mills: CS Charlie Drake: CU Davis talking to guets: GV of dinner. INDEX : Ceremonies & Celebrations, Commerce and Industry, Towns and Cities, Personalities MATERIAL : Issue DATE_SUBD = 00/00/0000
News Clip: Davis Trial
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
FAIRWAY TO CHARITY
This is a duplicate of item 2011.16 - check for best quality. <br/> <br/>Enfield. <br/> <br/>SV. Comedian Charlie Drake on the first tee preparing to drive off. LV. As he drives and misses the ball completely. CU. Pan, Footballer Mike England. CU. Pan, actor Ty Hardin. GV. The course. SV. Actor Kenneth More drives off. SV. Lionel Platts drives off. CU. As he tries to bend his club. LV. Golfer Dai Rees just misses a long putt. SV. Cricketer Colin Cowdrey misses a putt. LV. Cliff Michelmore sinks an easy one. GV. Crowd around one of the greens. SV. Pan, Charlie Drake and Macdonald Hobley walk up to inspect the hole. LV. Crowd. SV. As Charlie Drake prepares to sink the putt but hits the ball the wrong way. CU. Charlie Drake. SV. Joe Davies sinks a putt by using his iron as a billiard cue. CU. Joe Davis waving his arms in the air.
BTK PRESSER
FTG FOR COVERAGE ON VICTIM RELATIVES, JEFF DAVIS AND CHARLIE OTEVO AND THE SENTENCING OF THE BIND, TORTURE AND KILL (BTK) KILLER DENNIS RADER / THE BTK KILLER WAS SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR TEN MURDERS DURING THE 1970S IN WICHITA, KANSAS / INTV W/ DAVIS ABOUT RADER / INTV W/ OTEVO ABOUT THE SENTENCING OF RADER
Fort - Davis
A VISIT TO THE HISTORIC FRONTIER MILITARY POST IN WEST TEXAS
Pathe
Olympic track and field tryouts in Los Angeles
Entertainment US Gold Ice Dancers
Olympic ice dance gold medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White meet fans in New York
Route du Rhum: Update on the race
Loire Bretagne