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Unused / unissued material - <br/> <br/>The Army Kinema Corporation - News Parade. Sports Review of 1954. <br/> <br/>Footage of Army Rugby League final held in Hanover, Germany. VS of match. VS of match between the Barbarians and the All Blacks from Cardiff Arms Park, Wales. VS of Rugby League Challenge Cup final replay between Halifax and Warrington. <br/> <br/>VS of Grand National horse race - won by Royal Tan, ridden by Brian Marshall. <br/> <br/>VS of Army Athletics competition - various running events. VS of Roger Bannister running the 4 minute mile. VS of Bannister racing against John Landy in Commonwealth Games at Vancouver, Canada. VS of Christopher Chataway racing at White City with Russian Athlete Kuts. <br/> <br/>VS of Derby horse race won by Lester Piggot on Never Say Die. VS of Wimbledon tennis finals. Ladies Final between Louise Brough and Maureen Connolly (Little Mo). Men's final between Jaroslav Drobny and Ken Rosewall. <br/> <br/>VS of Army boxing finals. VS of Boxing match between Buxton and Finch. VS of army football cup final. VS of Germany VS England international football match from Wembley. England win 3-1. Good shots of Stanley Matthews. VS of Football Association (FA) Cup final - West Bromwich Albion (WBA) VS Preston North End (PNE). West Brom win - watched by Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother.
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PARENTS HAVE RENEWED HOPE TO FIND MISSING CHILD (2016)
The news about the break in the Jacob Wetterling case this past summer has given the families of other missing children hope they may finally get answers, too. Christopher Kerze disappeared from his family's home in Eagan in 1990 and hasn't been seen since. Of all the children missing in Minnesota, Chris Kerze is the only one featured in a music video. "Runaway Train" by Minneapolis' own Soul Asylum showed the photographs and names of missing children. The video was released three years after Chris drove away from his parent's home in Eagan. "Of course it gave us hope” Chris' mother Loni Kerze said. “Anything that got the message out there that you're missing your son and you want him back, that's good." The story of Chris Kerze's disappearance is one of pain, intrigue and mystery. The last time Loni and Jim Kerze saw their son was Friday, April 20, 1990. They left in the morning, but 17-year-old Chris said he was sick and stayed home from school. That night he was gone and so was the family van. The next day they reported him missing. On Sunday, the van was found more than 200 miles away, north of Grand Rapids at the Laurentian Divide wayside rest on Highway 38. On Monday, the Itasca County Sheriff's Office searched the area with dogs. Soon after, Jim Kerze says a letter arrived from Duluth. "That was his last communication with us. And basically it said I'm not coming home." Then, Jim says the phone calls began. "Now there was a person who called us from northern Minnesota, who hedged around the fact he picked up somebody on Highway 38 around that time and they took him to Duluth." Within a week, they started getting hang up calls at the house. "So we'd pick up the phone” Jim said. “There would be a noise in the background, often it would sound like a party. We would try to talk and there would be a hang up." Loni believes it had to be their lost son on the other end of the line. “And that's what I'm guessing, because we never had calls like that before. And his best friend, our neighbor kid, was also getting hang up calls," she said. The Kerze’s even worked with police to put a tracer on the phone to track the calls, but no luck. The hang-up phone calls went on for an agonizingly long six months. Then they stopped, and seemingly, so did leads in the investigation, for decades. That changed a year ago with the bombshell news that a person of interest had been named in the disappearance of Jacob Wetterling. Jim says it gave them optimism. "Yes, in that respect it gives you renewed hope. You know, 26 years after the fact that still, it's still possible." The Jacob Wetterling case has families like the Kerze's asking law enforcement all over the country to take another look at missing persons cases. Officer Aaron Machtemes is with the Eagan Police Department. "We never give up. Any small clue, any tip. At one point we were looking in Canada, we were pouring over maps in Canada to try and find some type of lead. So any little piece of information can help break these cases and lead us to an answer.” Recently, the Eagan Police Department returned to the Grand Rapids area to hand out a new flyer from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. It includes a new age progression picture of what Chris might look like today. "Our investigator was up there handing out posters, talking with hunters in the area. Alerting them to the items that we are looking for"Machtemes said. Chris had a 20 gauge Mossberg bolt action shotgun with him. And he was wearing a unique watch with a zebra pattern on the wristband. "We want people's memories to be jogged” Machtemes added. “Think about that time period of 1990, or even now, to try and remember some of the items he had with him." It's an opportunity the Kerze's are seizing to try and find their son. Loni’s heart still aches after 26 years. "I want him to know that we still love him. And I'm still looking for him. I want to open the door and hear him say Mom, and I’ll say Chris, and just give him a big hug." Jim says they are hoping for some magic to happen. "We will know nothing about what happened to Christopher until, kind of, like the Wetterlings, magically we will know something and possibly everything.” "You know you find a new normal and you go on,”Loni said. “And you've got grandkids that make you happy and everything. But one, in your heart you always have this sense of something is really, really missing." The Soul Asylum "Runaway Train" music video ends with the plea, "If you've seen one these kids, or you are one of them, please call." Chris Kerze's parents are waiting for another call, and looking forward to the day when they see him again. The Soul Asylum "Runaway Train" music video debuted in May of 1993 and was directed by Tony Kaye. The original video featured 13 missing children, including Christopher Kerze of Eagan. It received heavy airplay on MTV and VH1 during its duration. Several versions of the video were made. Depending on what country the video was being broadcast, they would show children from that area who are missing. The band had an agreement with families that when/if a case was resolved they would change the video and use new faces. There were three original versions of the video in the United States, totaling 36 missing children shown. According to Kaye, 26 missing children were found after being featured in the video.
President Bill Clinton gives an address then signs the NAFTA Side Agreements 1993
This 1993 NAFTA kick-off starts with an introduction by Al Gore followed by a speech by President Clinton. At the conclusion of the Clinton speech President Clinton signs the NAFTA Side Agreements. After the signing, each of the former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, and Gerald Ford make remarks in support of NAFTA. VICE PRESIDENT GORE: Ladies and gentlemen, please be seated. We'd like to welcome all of you. President and Mrs. Ford, President and Mrs. Carter, President Bush, Mr. President, to the First Lady, to the Ambassador of Mexico, Mr. Montano, Ambassador Keegan of Canada, Ambassador Kantor. To the distinguished leaders of Congress here -- the Speaker of the House Tom Foley -- I got you all a little out of order, I apologize -- and to the Majority Leader, Senator Mitchell; to the Republican Leader, Senator Dole; the Minority Leader of the House Bob Michel; to all of the distinguished members of the House and Senate who are here. To the other members of our Cabinet -- of President Clinton's Cabinet who are here --Secretary Christopher, Secretary Bentsen, Secretary Espy, Secretary Reich, Secretary Riley, Secretary Browner, Secretary Babbitt, Attorney General Reno, OMB Director Panetta. And to all of the distinguished guests who are present. We deeply appreciate the demonstration of support for a treaty of such importance to the United States of America. If you're anything like me and my family, you're still kind of rubbing your eyes a little bit after yesterday's event, where the Prime Minister of Israel and the Chairman of the PLO were on the White House lawn. But that event has something in common with the event here this morning; something that was thought to be impossible, but good for our country and good for the world was made possible by a long series of commitments by presidents in both parties. There are some issues that transcend ideology. That is, the view is so uniform that it unites people in both parties. This means our country can pursue a bipartisan policy with continuity over the decades. That's how we won the Cold War. That's how we have promoted peace and reconciliation in the Middle East. And that's how the United States of America has promoted freer trade and bigger markets for our products and those of other nations throughout the world. NAFTA is such an issue. The presence of three former presidents, two Republicans and one Democrat, to join President Clinton here today on this stage, is evidence of our country's ability to support what is in our nation's best interest over the long term without respect to partisanship. Arthur Vandenberg, the Senator most identified with bipartisanship during and after World War II once wrote: Bipartisanship does not involve the remotest surrender of free debate in determining our position. On the contrary
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AP-APTN-2330: Canada Guantanamo Saturday, 29 September 2012 STORY:Canada Guantanamo- +4:3 Youngest Guantanamo inmate, held since 15, returns to Canada to serve rest of sentence LENGTH: 02:42 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Canada TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: CTV/US Government Handout STORY NUMBER: 860922 DATELINE: Various - 29 Sept 2012/FILE LENGTH: 02:42 SHOTLIST: CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Canadian Forces Base Trenton, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 1. Wide of Canadian transport van backing up to a US military jet to receive detainee Omar Khadr US GOVERNMENT HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - 2003 2. Split screen view of several camera angles on Khadr being interrogated UPSOUND: (English, some unintelligible) Omar Khadr: (some unintelligible) "My arms... All over... Is it healthy? Interrogator: (unintelligible) Khadr: "It's healthy? I can't move my arm. I requested medical over a long time. You didn't do anything about it." Interrogator: "Well, I mean, they look like they're healing well to me. I'm not a doctor, but I think you're getting good medical care." Khadr: "No, I'm not. You're not here." CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Winnipeg, Canada - 29 September 2012 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vic Toews, Canada's Public Safety Minister: "Omar Khadr is a well known supporter of the al-Qaida terrorist network and a convicted terrorist. He pleaded guilty to the murder of Sergeant 1st Class Christopher Speer, an army medic in the American army who was mortally wounded in a firefight in Afghanistan on July 27th 2002." US GOVERNMENT HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - 2003 4. Split screen view of several camera angles on Khadr being interrogated UPSOUND: (English) Interrogator: "Look, I want you to take a few minutes. I want you to get yourself together, you know. Relax a bit. Have a bite to eat, and we'll start again. You know, I understand this is stressful, but by using this as a strategy to talk to us, it's not going to be any more helpful. We've got a limited amount of time. " CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Winnipeg, Canada - 29 September 2012 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vic Toews, Canada's Public Safety Minister: "Omar Khadr was born in Canada and is a Canadian citizen. As a Canadian citizen, he has a right to enter Canada after the completion of his sentence. This transfer occurs following a process initiated by the United States government and determined in accordance with Canadian law." CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Canadian Forces Base Trenton, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 6. Canadian transport vehicle moving on tarmac CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Near Bath, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 7. View from inside a car driving in security motorcade taking Khadr to a Canadian prison CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Bath, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 8. Khadr's security motorcade driving into the Millhaven maximum security prison CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Winnipeg, Canada - 29 September 2012 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vic Toews, Canada's Public Safety Minister: "The remainder of his prison sentence will be administered by the Correctional Service of Canada. I am satisfied the Correctional Service of Canada can administer Omar Khadr's sentence in a manner which recognises the serious nature of the crimes that he has committed and ensure the safety of Canadians is protected during incarceration." CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Bath, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 10. Zoom in to security vehicle on guard at the entrance to the Millhaven prison 11. Mid of Millhaven prison sign STORYLINE: The last Western detainee held at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay returned to Canada on Saturday after a decade in custody He was transferred to a maximum security prison where he awaits parole, Canada's public safety minister said on Saturday. Vic Toews said that 26-year-old Omar Khadr arrived at a Canadian military base on a US government plane early on Saturday and was transferred to the Millhaven maximum security prison in Bath, Ontario. The son of an alleged al-Qaida financier, Khadr pleaded guilty in 2010 to killing a US soldier in Afghanistan and was eligible to return to Canada from Guantanamo Bay last October under terms of a plea deal. Canada's conservative government took almost a year to approve the transfer. The US Defence Department confirmed the transfer in a statement and said 166 detainees remain in detention at Guantanamo Bay. Khadr was 15 when he was captured in 2002 in Afghanistan, and has spent a decade at the Guantanamo prison set up on the US naval base in Cuba to hold those suspected of committing terror offences after the September 11, 2001, attacks. He received an eight-year sentence in 2010 after being convicted of throwing a grenade that killed Army Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer during a 2002 firefight. Toews said that the US government initiated Khadr's transfer and suggested that Canada had little choice but to accept him because he is a Canadian citizen. It will be up to Canada's national parole board to release him, Toews said. "Omar Khadr is a known supporter of the al-Qaida terrorist network and a convicted terrorist," Toews said. "I am satisfied the Correctional Service of Canada can administer Omar Khadr's sentence in a manner which recognises the serious nature of the crimes that he has committed and ensure the safety of Canadians is protected during incarceration," Toews said. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government had long refused to request the return of Khadr, the youngest detainee held at Guantanamo. The reluctance is partly due to suspicions about the Khadr family, which has been called "the first family of terrorism." Defence attorneys have said Khadr was pushed into fighting the Americans in Afghanistan by his father, Ahmed Said Khadr, an alleged al-Qaida financier whose family stayed with Osama bin Laden briefly when Omar Khadr was a boy. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. 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AP-APTN-1830: ++Canada Guantanamo Saturday, 29 September 2012 STORY:++Canada Guantanamo- +4:3 Youngest Guantanamo inmate, held since 15, returns to Canada to serve rest of sentence LENGTH: 02:42 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Canada TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: CTV/US Government Handout STORY NUMBER: 860922 DATELINE: Various - 29 Sept 2012/FILE LENGTH: 02:42 SHOTLIST: CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Canadian Forces Base Trenton, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 1. Wide of Canadian transport van backing up to a US military jet to receive detainee Omar Khadr US GOVERNMENT HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - 2003 2. Split screen view of several camera angles on Khadr being interrogated UPSOUND: (English, some unintelligible) Omar Khadr: (some unintelligible) "My arms... All over... Is it healthy? Interrogator: (unintelligible) Khadr: "It's healthy? I can't move my arm. I requested medical over a long time. You didn't do anything about it." Interrogator: "Well, I mean, they look like they're healing well to me. I'm not a doctor, but I think you're getting good medical care." Khadr: "No, I'm not. You're not here." CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Winnipeg, Canada - 29 September 2012 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vic Toews, Canada's Public Safety Minister: "Omar Khadr is a well known supporter of the al-Qaida terrorist network and a convicted terrorist. He pleaded guilty to the murder of Sergeant 1st Class Christopher Speer, an army medic in the American army who was mortally wounded in a firefight in Afghanistan on July 27th 2002." US GOVERNMENT HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - 2003 4. Split screen view of several camera angles on Khadr being interrogated UPSOUND: (English) Interrogator: "Look, I want you to take a few minutes. I want you to get yourself together, you know. Relax a bit. Have a bite to eat, and we'll start again. You know, I understand this is stressful, but by using this as a strategy to talk to us, it's not going to be any more helpful. We've got a limited amount of time. " CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Winnipeg, Canada - 29 September 2012 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vic Toews, Canada's Public Safety Minister: "Omar Khadr was born in Canada and is a Canadian citizen. As a Canadian citizen, he has a right to enter Canada after the completion of his sentence. This transfer occurs following a process initiated by the United States government and determined in accordance with Canadian law." CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Canadian Forces Base Trenton, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 6. Canadian transport vehicle moving on tarmac CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Near Bath, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 7. View from inside a car driving in security motorcade taking Khadr to a Canadian prison CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Bath, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 8. Khadr's security motorcade driving into the Millhaven maximum security prison CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Winnipeg, Canada - 29 September 2012 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vic Toews, Canada's Public Safety Minister: "The remainder of his prison sentence will be administered by the Correctional Service of Canada. I am satisfied the Correctional Service of Canada can administer Omar Khadr's sentence in a manner which recognises the serious nature of the crimes that he has committed and ensure the safety of Canadians is protected during incarceration." CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA Bath, Ontario, Canada - 29 September 2012 10. Zoom in to security vehicle on guard at the entrance to the Millhaven prison 11. Mid of Millhaven prison sign STORYLINE: The last Western detainee held at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay returned to Canada on Saturday after a decade in custody He was transferred to a maximum security prison where he awaits parole, Canada's public safety minister said on Saturday. Vic Toews said that 26-year-old Omar Khadr arrived at a Canadian military base on a US government plane early on Saturday and was transferred to the Millhaven maximum security prison in Bath, Ontario. The son of an alleged al-Qaida financier, Khadr pleaded guilty in 2010 to killing a US soldier in Afghanistan and was eligible to return to Canada from Guantanamo Bay last October under terms of a plea deal. Canada's conservative government took almost a year to approve the transfer. The US Defence Department confirmed the transfer in a statement and said 166 detainees remain in detention at Guantanamo Bay. Khadr was 15 when he was captured in 2002 in Afghanistan, and has spent a decade at the Guantanamo prison set up on the US naval base in Cuba to hold those suspected of committing terror offences after the September 11, 2001, attacks. He received an eight-year sentence in 2010 after being convicted of throwing a grenade that killed Army Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer during a 2002 firefight. Toews said that the US government initiated Khadr's transfer and suggested that Canada had little choice but to accept him because he is a Canadian citizen. It will be up to Canada's national parole board to release him, Toews said. "Omar Khadr is a known supporter of the al-Qaida terrorist network and a convicted terrorist," Toews said. "I am satisfied the Correctional Service of Canada can administer Omar Khadr's sentence in a manner which recognises the serious nature of the crimes that he has committed and ensure the safety of Canadians is protected during incarceration," Toews said. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government had long refused to request the return of Khadr, the youngest detainee held at Guantanamo. The reluctance is partly due to suspicions about the Khadr family, which has been called "the first family of terrorism." Defence attorneys have said Khadr was pushed into fighting the Americans in Afghanistan by his father, Ahmed Said Khadr, an alleged al-Qaida financier whose family stayed with Osama bin Laden briefly when Omar Khadr was a boy. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. 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PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON MEETS WITH CANADIAN MINISTERS (1995)
CLINTON MEETS WITH CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CRETIEN ANDOTHER MINISTERS. CLINTON COMMENTED ON WARREN CHRISTOPHER.
Canada Attack 2 - WRAP Jewish man stabbed in apparent hate crime
TAPE: EF02/0597 IN_TIME: 03:27:28 DURATION: 2:13 SOURCES: CTV/CBC RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Toronto - 14 July 2002 SHOTLIST: CTV 1. Night shot people at scene of stabbing - pan to emergency vehicles and paramedics treating victim 2. Police car and emergency workers at scene 3. Night shot of emergency workers at scene 4. People talking to emergency workers 5. Night shot of ambulance driving away from scene CTV 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) David Hazan, Owner, King David Pizza, "The worker put the hand like that so he gets a little scratch, and after he moved he run, he run out he run out to the Jew and stab." Q: "Just like that, he never said anything to him? A: "No, with his back to him." 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Julian Fantino, Toronto's Chief of Police: "We are looking at the possibility of this being a hate motivated crime." 8. Wide shot press conference 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Julian Fantino, Toronto's Chief of Police: "Although the motive for this very cowardly crime is yet to be determined, ultimately we know that the victim is a middle aged Hasidic Jew and the two suspects had the appearance of skin heads." 10. Victim's relatives going into house CBC 11. Police car and emergency workers at scene 12. People talking to emergency workers 13. Car being loaded onto police truck 14. Police inspecting scene 15. Pan from onlookers to police at scene STORYLINE: Canadian police say a Jewish man stabbed to death outside of a pizzeria in a Jewish section of Toronto was more than likely the victim of a hate crime. David Rosenzweig, 48, a father of six, who was bearded and wearing a skull cap at the time of the attack, was killed just after 1 a.m. local time (0500 GMT) outside the Israeli-owned King David Pizza restaurant. Toronto's Chief of Police Julian Fantino described the suspects as two white males in their early 20s with shaved heads. One man was arrested soon after the incident and police are hunting for two others. Twenty-year-old Christopher Steven McBride is wanted for first degree murder and 19 year old Mercedes Asante, who also goes by the name Silvia Asante, is wanted for questioning. Witnesses say the two men, one carrying a long knife, entered the restaurant and verbally provoked the owner and customers. The suspects then left the restaurant, only to return a short time later, at which time the victim was stabbed to death at the side of the street. Rosenzweig had apparently gone to the area to help his son with some car troubles. There was no indication that the victim had been involved in the earlier altercation inside the restaurant. The owner of the pizzeria, David Hazan, said he saw Rosenzweig try to defend himself but that the two men came after him when his back was turned as he worked on a tyre on his son's car at the side of the road. The killers stabbed him in the back. Witnesses say the suspects never said anything anti-Semitic, but were belligerent and appeared mentally unstable. Shocked family and friends have been dropping by Rosenzweig's North York home all day.
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US Rockefeller - Man charged with kidnapping his daughter believed to be German
NAME: US ROCKEFELLER 20080812I TAPE: EF08/0816 IN_TIME: 10:53:33:09 DURATION: 00:01:38:01 SOURCES: AP PHOTOS/ABC DATELINE: Various - 11 Aug 2008/ FILE RESTRICTIONS: See Script SHOTLIST: AP PHOTOS - No Access Canada/For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile Boston, Massachusetts - 5 August 2008 1. STILL of Clark Rockefeller, believed to be Christian Gerhartsreiter FILE: ABC - No Access North America/Internet Boston, Massachusetts - 30 July 2008 2. Tilt down of police poster advertising missing Reigh Rockefeller and wanted Clark Rockefeller ABC (KABC -TV) - No Access North America/Internet Los Angeles, California - 11 August 2008 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Steve Whitmore, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesman: "He is a person of interest in the John and Linda Sohus missing person slash homicide case. He is not a suspect; he's a person of interest. So we still want to speak to him. We tried to speak to him when we went back to Boston, we were rebuffed in that attempt, but I presume that later on they will make that attempt again." FILE: ABC - No Access North America/Internet Location and date unknown 4. STILL of Rockefeller with his daughter Reigh ABC (WCVB-TV) - No Access North America/Internet Boston, Massachusetts - 11 August 2008 5. Stephen Hrones, Attorney of Clark Rockefeller believed to be Christian Gerhartsreiter, talking to media 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stephen Hrones, Attorney of Clark Rockefeller believed to be Christian Gerhartsreiter: "He says, 'I'm not a violent man, I never murdered anybody, I have no record'." (Q: "Under what name does he have no record?) "Under any name, they have his fingerprints, they've checked everything, so the name is irrelevant when you're dealing with fingerprints." 7. Mid of Hrones speaking 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stephen Hrones, Attorney of Clark Rockefeller believed to be Christian Gerhartsreiter: "He's used aliases, but there's nothing wrong with using aliases, as long as you don't use it to defraud, you can call yourself anything." 9. Mid of Hrones and reporter FILE: ABC (NewsOne) - No Access North America/Internet Location unknown, Recent 10. STILLS Various of Clark Rockefeller believed to be Christian Gerhartsreiter STORYLINE: A law enforcement official said on Monday that a man charged with kidnapping his daughter in Boston, Massachusetts is a German who lived in the guesthouse of a Los Angeles, California-area couple who disappeared in 1985. Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators have identified Christian Gerhartsreiter as the same man who used the aliases Clark Rockefeller and Christopher Chichester. Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, said homicide detectives "are confident that Rockefeller is Christian Gerhartsreiter and the person named Christopher Chichester who was living in the Los Angeles area in 1985." Gerhartsreiter has been identified as a "person of interest" in the 1985 disappearances of Jonathan and Linda Sohus. "He is a person of interest in the John and Linda Sohus missing person slash homicide case. He is not a suspect; he's a person of interest. So we still want to speak to him," Whitmore said. "We tried to speak to him when we went back to Boston, we were rebuffed in that attempt, but I presume that later on they will make that attempt again," he added. Under the Chichester name, Gerhartsreiter rented a guesthouse at the home of Jonathan Sohus' mother in San Marino, a wealthy Los Angeles suburb. Rockefeller's lawyer, Stephen Hrones, has insisted his client didn't remember anything before 1993, but he called a news conference in Boston later on Monday to say his client recalls the missing couple and using the Chichester name while living in California decades ago. Hrones said his client does not remember the German name and insists he had nothing to do with the disappearance. Hrones told reporters in Boston that his client had said that "I'm not a violent man, I never murdered anybody, I have no record." Whitmore said investigators were able to confirm Gerhartsreiter's identity after interviews with people who knew him in California in the 1980s. At the time of his August 2 arrest in Baltimore, Maryland, Gerhartsreiter had been living under the Rockefeller name. Police have said he snatched his daughter from a Boston street on July 27 in an elaborately planned kidnapping in which he hired two people to drive them to New York, New York. The district attorney's office and FBI in Boston said on Monday they were not ready to declare that Rockefeller and Gerhartsreiter are the same person. Skeletal remains were unearthed at the Sohus property in 1994 when new owners were putting in a swimming pool. Investigators at the time were unable to identify the bones but believed they probably belonged to Jonathan Sohus. Whitmore said investigators have requested a new round of forensic tests. Two women who were friends with Christopher Chichester in the mid-1980s told the Los Angeles Times they noticed that much of the backyard at the Sohuses' home had been dug up around the time they disappeared. Chichester told them there had been plumbing problems. Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators tried to question Gerhartsreiter in Boston last week, but he declined. No charges have ever been filed in the disappearance. Hrones explained his client's decision to take a different name by saying he was an aspiring actor and "thought it was a more appropriate name." Hrones said that "there is nothing wrong with using aliases as long as you don't use it to defraud," adding that Rockefeller also remembers using the alias Christopher Crowe while he worked on Wall Street. Hrones said his client remembers little of his past, believes his real name is Clark Rockefeller and has no memory of being Christian Gerhartsreiter. He said the man does speak a little German and understands the language. Los Angeles County investigators' findings appear to support an account by Alexander Gerhartsreiter, who said he is the brother of the man being held in Boston. Found at his home in Bergen, Germany, Alexander Gerhartsreiter told Boston Herald reporters that his brother was the son of an artist and homemaker in Upper Bavaria who felt he was better than his modest upbringing. He said his older brother is 47 and was born in Siegsdorf, Germany, then raised until 1978 in the same house where his family lives today. Alexander Gerhartsreiter said his brother moved to Connecticut as a student and never returned, initially keeping in contact but out of touch since he called his parents in 1985. After Christian Gerhartsreiter moved to Connecticut, he married a young woman in Wisconsin in 1981 and left her after the wedding, the Boston Globe reported. The woman's sister told the newspaper that she believed the wedding was orchestrated so Gerhartsreiter could get a green card.
Entertainment Europe: Death to Smoochy - Director Danny DeVito's new film.
TAPE: EF02/0253 IN_TIME: 14:20:39 DURATION: 4:47 SOURCES: APTN/Warner Brothers RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video/tv clips without clearance DATELINE: 26/03/02 New York SHOTLIST: 1. Ext WS Ziegfeld Theatre marquee 2. MS 'Death to Smoochy' marquee 3. MS pull out 'Smoochy' poster 4. MS tilt up Smoochy character dancing 5. Clip 'Smoochy' Trailer 6. Set up shot, Robin Williams (plays Randolph Smiley) 7. Soundbite: Robin Williams (English) 8. "It's just great to work with Danny and Ed and Catherine on something so nasty and knowing that Danny's not afraid. He's fearless, man, he goes at it and doesn't give up." 9.Clip ' Smoochy' Trailer 10. Soundbite: Zach Williams, Robin Williams' 18-year-old son, (English) "I heard it's pretty morbid and kind of interesting." 11. CU press release announcing 'Death to Smoochy' protests 12. Soundbite: Robin Williams "It's good to know that probably the Warner Brothers (lawyers) is like didn't you check that there's Ricky the Rhino. There's Rickets the elephant, oh wow. Violence to children. Well, I guess we're off and running. It always starts. It's like people protesting 'The Last Temptation of Christ' saying it's not real. No, it's not a documentary." 13. Clip ' Smoochy' Trailer 14. Cutaway Robin Williams and Harvey Fierstein 15. Soundbite: Robin Williams (English) (on returning to stand-up) "It's time it seems to be that people said come back cause we need something. It's been great to do and every place you go all over the country it's been the same reaction." 16. Set up shot Harvey Fierstein (plays Merv Green) 17. Soundbite: Harvey Fierstein (English) "When Danny called me and said I want you to play this character and he's a bad guy, a tough guy and I read it and I went oh my God, you know like everybody's always asking me to play the little chef and the makeup artist and the nice little sweet guy, the good friend, the next door neighbor but you know only Danny would like could you come play a killer for us and I used Danny as my inspiration. He said what's with that accent and I said it's your accent and he goes oh." 15. Clip ' Smoochy ' 18. Set up shot Danny Woodburn (plays actor on Smoochy kids show) 15. Soundbite: Danny Woodburn (English) "It's a very dark comedy about the weird underworld dealings of kids show television and there's a lot of backstabbing and betrayal. As we know, we look at Barney and we think what's going on inside that little dinosaur's head" 16. Set up shot model/actress Carol Alt 17. Soundbite: Carol Alt (English) "I've known Robin for twenty years. Robin and Christopher Reeves used to hang out and go bowling so it's so nice to see how his work has developed over the years, that he hasn't just stayed to straight comedy, he's gone to dark comedies and he's gone to some very serious films with a little bit of comedic flair." 18. WS Smoochy character on red carpet 19. Clip ' Smoochy ' STORYLINE: CHILDREN'S TELEVISION... IT'S A TOUGH RACKET. Director Danny DeVito's new film 'Death to Smoochy' had its New York premiere on Tuesday night at the renowned Ziegfeld Theatre. The dark comedy features Robin Williams as a down-on-his-luck, children's TV personality has-been and Ed Norton as a big, puffy, fuschia rhinoceros. The film takes to task the corporate businesses behind such phenomemon as 'Barney'. Robin Williams as Randolph Smiley has lost everything after being caught taking bribes from parents who want their kids on his program. Jon Stewart plays the weasely, tied to the mafia, network president M. Frank Stokes who must find a squeaky clean replacement for Randolph. His senior programming executive, Nora, played by Catherine Keener, delivers Sheldon Mopes and his alter-ego 'Smoochy' the rhino played by Edward Norton. Danny DeVito who directed the movie plays Sheldon's smooth-talking corrupt agent, Burke. Sheldon believes that "even if you can't change the world you can make a dent." He wants children everywhere to be happy and eat organic food. If Sheldon had his way there would be no 'Smoochy' sugar cereals marketed to innocent children and then, of course, no profits for all the corporate sponsors. Sheldon soon learns that children's television is a dangerous world steeped in corruption, back-stabbing and violence. Already there is some Smoochy backlash. A demonstration is planned for Friday in Toronto, Canada. Hundreds are expected to protest the violence in 'Death to Smoochy' and its character's striking similarities to well known costumed characters Barney and Ricky the Rhino. Robin Williams got a good laugh when APTN showed him a press release announcing the protest. He also talked about kicking off his first stand up comedy tour in 15 years and why he decided to do it. Tony Award-winning actor Harvey Fierstein, also known for his scene-stealing work in Mrs. Doubtfire, plays the money-grubbing Merv Green. When asked who inspired him for this role he told APTN it was none other than director Danny DeVito. 'Death to Smoochy' was filmed on location in New York City and in Toronto. It opens March 29. FILM CLIP DETAILS Death to Smoochy Warner Brothers 1 818 977 6278
Entertainment Asia: Death to Smoochy - Director Danny DeVito's new film.
TAPE: EF02/0253 IN_TIME: 07:03:08 DURATION: 3:57 SOURCES: APTN/Warner Brothers RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video/tv clips without clearance DATELINE: 26/03/02 New York SHOTLIST: 1. Ext WS Ziegfeld Theatre marquis 2. MS "Death to Smoochy" marquis 3. MS pull out "Smoochy" poster 4. MS tilt up Smoochy character dancing 5. Clip ' Smoochy' Trailer 6. Set up shot, Robin Williams (plays Randolph Smiley) 7. Soundbite: Robin Williams (English) 8. "It's just great to work with Danny and Ed and Catherine on something so nasty and knowing that Danny's not afraid. He's fearless, man, he goes at it and doesn't give up." 9.Clip ' Smoochy' Trailer 8. Soundbite: Zach Williams, Robin Williams 18-year-old son, (English) "I heard it's pretty morbid and kind of interesting." 9. CU press release announcing "Death to Smoochy" protests 10. Soundbite: Robin Williams "It's good to know that probably the Warner Brothers (lawyers) is like didn't you check that there's Ricky the Rhino. There's Rickets the elephant, oh wow. Violence to children. Well, I guess we're off and running. It always starts. It's like people protesting The Last Temptation of Christ saying it's not real. No, it's not a documentary." 11. Cutaway Robin Williams and Harvey Fierstein 12. Soundbite: Robin Williams (English) "It's time it seems to be that people said come back cause we need something. It's been great to do and every place you go all over the country it's been the same reaction." 13. Set up shot Harvey Fierstein (plays Merv Green) 14. Soundbite: Harvey Fierstein (English) "When Danny called me and said I want you to play this character and he's a bad guy, a tough guy and I read it and I went oh my God, you know like everybody's always asking me to play the little chef and the makeup artist and the nice little sweet guy, the good friend, the next door neighbor but you know only Danny would like could you come play a killer for us and I used Danny as my inspiration. He said what's with that accent and I said it's your accent and he goes oh." 14. Set up shot Danny Woodburn (plays actor on Smoochy kids show) 15. Soundbite: Danny Woodburn (English) "It's a very dark comedy about the wierd underworld dealings of kids show television and there's a lot of backstabbing and betrayal. As we know, we look at Barney and we think what's going on inside that little dinosaur's head" 16. Set up shot model/actress Carol Alt 17. Soundbite: Carol Alt (English) "I've known Robin for twenty years. Robin and Christopher Reeves used to hang out and go bowling so it's so nice to see how his work has developed over the years, that he hasn't just stayed to straight comedy, he's gone to dark comedies and he's gone to some very serious films with a little bit of comedic flair." 18. WS Smoochy character on red carpet 19. Clip ' Smoochy ' Trailer STORYLINE: CHILDREN'S TELEVISION... IT'S A TOUGH RACKET. Director Danny DeVito's new film "Death to Smoochy" had its New York premiere on Tuesday night at the renowned Zeigfeld Theatre. The dark comedy features Robin Williams as a down-on-his-luck, children's TV personality has-been and Ed Norton as a big, puffy, fuschia rhinocerous. The film takes to task the corporate businesses behind such phenomemon as "Barney." Robin Williams as Randolph Smiley has lost everything after being caught taking bribes from parents who want their kids on his program. Jon Stewart plays the weasely, tied to the mafia, network president M.Frank Stokes who must find a squeaky clean replacement for Randolph. His senior programming executive, Nora, played by Catherine Keener, delivers Sheldon Mopes and his alter-ego "Smoochy" the rhino played by Edward Norton. Danny DeVito who directed the movie plays Sheldon's smooth-talking corrupt agent, Burke. Sheldon believes that "even if you can't change the world you can make a dent." He wants children everywhere to be happy and eat organic food. If Sheldon had his way there would be no "Smoochy" sugar cereals marketed to innocent children and then, of course, no profits for all the corporate sponsors. Sheldon soon learns that children's television is a dangerous world steeped in corruption, back-stabbing and violence. Already there is some Smoochy backlash. A demonstration is planned for Friday in Toronto, Canada. Hundreds are expected to protest the violence in "Death to Smoochy" and its character's striking similarities to well known costumed characters Barney and Ricky the Rhino. Robin Williams got a good laugh when APTN showed him a press release announcing the protest. He also talked about kicking off his first stand up comedy tour in 15 years and why he decided to do it. Tony Award-winning actor Harvey Fierstein, also known for his scene-stealing work in Mrs. Doubtfire, plays the money-grubbing Merv Green. When asked who inspired him for this role he told APTN it was none other than director Danny DeVito. "Death to Smoochy" was filmed on location in New York City and in Toronto. It opens March 29. FILM CLIP DETAILS Death to Smoochy Warner Brothers 1 818 977 6278
Europe Markets - Markets plunge; trading floor, Paris analyst, Frankfurt
NAME: EURO MARKETS 20080121I TAPE: EF08/0085 IN_TIME: 10:41:42:01 DURATION: 00:03:26:10 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Paris/Frankfurt, 21 Jan 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: Frankfurt 1.Wide interior of trading floor of Frankfurt Stock Exchange 2. Close-up of screen showing Dax index going down 3. Mid of traders as their computers 4. Set up of Christoph Schmidt walking pass the camera 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christoph Schmidt Analyst N.M Fleischhacker Trading Bank: "There's a lot of panic selling today. Most investors worked on the wrong foot. We expected some because of the holidays in the US, markets are closed. We are on a very close (inaudible), no bad news from the US. But the Asian markets were pretty weak today, this morning. And all the selling pressure came over to Europe. And traders began to react emotionally to the markets. We heard a lot about some positions at some banks that were losing positions at the banks and I think they are a bit worried now. So they have to react, they have to sell futures to cover their losses to hatch a little bit to the long positions. That was the main factor today." 5.Cut away of trader at a computer 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christoph Schmidt Analyst N.M Fleischhacker Trading Bank: "The next days are pretty decisive because we would all like to know how are the US markets going to react to this selling pressure we have in Asia and Europe. If you look at the US futures, they are trading electronically on Globex. They indicated down by 30 points and that would mean that we are below the 13 hundred level of the SMP 500. It's a very important line (inaudible) and technically. And we would like to know if there is going to be some kind of fed action, immediate rate cuts of something, or will the selling wave continue? Because of all this fears and this worries the market won't come into a quiet mode, there's still a lot of action there." 7. Mid trading floor Paris 8. Mid of Alain Crouzat, President of Montsegur Finance, at his desk on his computer 9. Mid of Crouzat's computer screen showing CAC 40 index 10. Mid of office with other workers then pan to Crousat at desk 11. Close- up of Crouzat's computer screen showing CAC 40 index down more than four percent and numerous common stocks down even more 12. SOUNDBITE: (FRENCH) Alain Crouzat, President of Montsegur Finance: "Let's say that today, the markets across the world, and especially the French market, are undergoing a phenomenon of distrust in the markets that are leading them downward. Without a doubt the element that sparked this was in August with the sub-prime crisis which hit the assets linked to real estate loans by dubious creditors. Today we see that the liquidity and the need for liquidity are hitting all of the markets especially the stock market with a scenario looming of an economic crisis that can only amplify the phenomenon." 13. Wide pan to Crouzat at this desk STORYLINE: European stocks plummeted on Monday in a global market rout on concerns the US might be headed for recession, with analysts saying investors are now faced with the prospect of a bear market and should be braced for more downside. The Dow Jones Stoxx 600 Index plunged 5.7% to 308.83. It now stands about 18% down on the beginning of 2008 and about 30% off its bull market high of 400.99, struck on July 13, 2007. A 20% pullback from a market peak is a common definition of a bear market. In terms of national markets, the UK's FTSE 100 slumped 5.5% to 5578.20, while Germany's DAX Index plunged 7.2% to 6790.19. France's CAC-40 Index fell 6.8% to 4744.15. The drops followed losses in Asian markets and were continued in Canada and Brazil; US markets were closed for the holiday commemorating civil rights leader Martin Luther King. Markets have been facing mounting pressures from signals that the recent credit crisis could send the US the world's biggest economy, into recession. Investors remain nervous about the likelihood that slowing growth will pare back earnings on both sides of the Atlantic. Christoph Schmidt Analyst N.M Fleischhacker Trading Bank in Frankfurt told AP Television the coming days would be crucial: "The next days are pretty decisive because we would all like to know how are the US markets going to react to this selling pressure we have in Asia and Europe." "Let's say that today, the markets across the world, and especially the French market, are undergoing a phenomenon of distrust in the markets that are leading them downward," President of Montsegur Finance, Alain Crouzat told AP Television in Paris. "Without a doubt the element that sparked this was in August with the sub-prime crisis which hit the assets linked to real estate loans by dubious creditors. Today we see that the liquidity and the need for liquidity are hitting all of the markets especially the stock market with a scenario looming of an economic crisis that can only amplify the phenomenon," he added. Investors dumped shares because they were sceptical that an economic stimulus plan US President George W. Bush announced on Friday would shore up the economy that has been battered by problems in its housing and credit markets. The plan, which requires approval by Congress, calls for about 145 billion (b) US dollars (99 billion Euros) worth of tax relief to encourage consumer spending. Asian markets were also hit hard. "But the Asian markets were pretty weak today, this morning. And all the selling pressure came over to Europe. And traders began to react emotionally to the markets," Schmidt said. India's benchmark stock index tumbled 7.4 percent, while Hong Kong's blue-chip Hang Seng index plummeted 5.5 percent to 23 thousand 818.86, its biggest percentage drop since the 11 September 2001 attacks.
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP DEPARTS WHITE HOUSE SOUTH LAWN
1620 WH GAGGLE BEFORE DEPARTING FOR JBA FS23 73 162215 TRUMP>> So we have a very big crowd. It's already formed. I mean, it started forming yesterday I guess. We're going to Minnesota. Some of you are coming I guess, I hope. You have any questions? We'll do it really quickly because we're a little bit late. Q>> On Tik Tok, did you sign off on [inaud] 162238 TRUMP>> Well, we're gonna take a look. They're gonna be showing me everything in a little while on Tik Tok and we have some great companies who want to buy it and we're looking at those companies. We're looking at, most importantly, the security with respect to China and we're gonna make a fairly fast decision. I don't think we have to delay it too much but we have some great companies and some very great interest. It's a, you know, it's -- pretty incredible asset. 162304 Q>> [inaud] re: Chris Wray TRUMP>> Well, you're asking me a question. I disagreed with him on those, I think very important points. Obviously China is at the top of the list and I think Russia and North Korea and many other countries can be talked about but China would be at the top of that list so I don't know why that's not mentioned. And obviously, Antifa. These are thugs, these are bad people. These are people that hurt a lot of people, a lot of good people. 162335 And Antifa -- that man is agreeing with me. Unfortunately -- are you a reporter? I wish you were a reporter. He's not/ He's a good person but in fact they're shaking, shaking his head yes. The fact is that antifa is a bad group and they're criminals, and they're anarchists, and they're agitators, and they're looters and rioters and everything else. They're bad and when a man doesn't say that, that bothers me. I wonder why he's not saying that. Q>> [inaud] re: Bill Barr. 162409 TRUMP>> I think Bill Barr has been incredible, right? He's strong. Bill Barr is strong, he's tough and he's smart. And I think he agrees with me on this stuff. He sees what's happening with certain locations. Now we can clean it out if the Democrat governors who are just weak or something's wrong. They're weak on crime. They don't even want to mention the words law and order. If they called us like in Portland, we would have that situation taken care in half an hour. 162439 All they have to do is call. We will be there in half an hour. Seattle only got straightened out because they knew we were going -- We were going in there the following morning. We were all set to go. And they -- they immediately raised their hands, they gave up. But if they would call us we would straighten out their problems. That includes Chicago, it includes New York. Now I have to tell you, Chicago is a great police department. They endorsed me. New York has a great Police Department, New York's finest. They endorsed me. 162510 They don't need any help. All they have to do is let them do their job, Mr. Mayor and Mr. Governor. If they let them do their job, you will have very little crime in New York, very little crime in Chicago. But these liberal politicians -- Democrats. They won't let the police do their job. Q> [inaud] re: Canadian Border 162541 TRUMP>> Well, we're gonna see that. We're looking at the border with Canada. Canada would like it opened and you know, we want to get back to normal business. We have the USMCA all done, the new trade deal replacing NAFTA which was probably the worst trade deal ever made by anybody. It was grossly incompetent. We have a great trade deal right now and so we're going to be opening the borders pretty soon. Q>> [inaud] TRUMP>> say it? Q>> Before the end of the year? TRUMP>> Could be. Yeah, we're working with Canada. We want to pick a good date having to do with a pandemic. And I happen to think we're rounding the turn. We're doing very well and the vaccines are coming but even before the vaccines are coming, If you look at Florida, if you look at Texas, if you look at Arizona, so places that flared up a little bit. We are doing really well. They're all doing very well. Q>> [inaud] Christopher Wray. Would you like to replace him, sir? 162635 TRUMP>> We're looking at a lot of different things and I don't -- I did not like his answers yesterday and I'm not sure he liked them either. I'm sure that he probably would agree with me. Antifa's bad, really bad. And if you look at it, who's the big problem? The big problem is China. And we can have others also, and I'm not excluding anybody, but the big problem is China, and why he doesn't want to say that, that certainly bothers me. Q>> The virus, you've said that we're turning the corner. How do you say that given the 200,000 people who have died? 162714 TRUMP>> Have died and projected, if you look at the initial projections, it was up to 240 - 250,000 if everybody did their job. If they didn't do their job there would be two and a half, 3 million people, three and a half million people. But you saw the same chart so here's the bottom line, we should have lost nobody. China should have never allowed it to come out, should have never ever allowed it to come out. But the projections would be if we did a really good job with a shutdown which we did, it would be 240 -- up to 240, 250,000 people. 162753 You've seen those numbers, so have I. If we didn't do our job it would be three and a half, two and a half. Maybe 3 million people -- million people. We have done a phenomenal job with respect to COVID-19. We have done a job that was incredible. Look at the other side of it. Look at Biden -- sleepy Joe Biden. He had a thing called swine flu. It was a disaster, much easier to handle, much less severe, but it was a disaster, and his own man that was in charge of it said it was a nightmare. 162827 It was a disaster. They did a poor job. They didn't know what they were doing. Joe Biden doesn't have a clue. All he does is criticize. We've done an incredible job, whether it's the vaccines which are coming, to therapeutics, which are already here, therapeutics. They're already here and they've started, Redesivir and others. The plasma is working out incredibly well. Look at what happens, look how much better people do if they do have to go and they do end up in serious condition. 162857 Look at how much better they are doing now because of what we've done therapeutically. It's been amazing. The numbers are amazing. We've done a great job, but then you have to take a look at swine flu, H1N1. Okay? Which Biden calls N1H1 because he doesn't know the name. The H comes before the N. It's very easy to remember. You take a look at the job he did where his own people, and the man that was in charge, said it was a total disaster, a total disaster. 162928 And worse than that. And they got very, very poor marks. We have done an incredible job throughout the world. I get called by prime ministers and presidents saying, sir, the job you've done is amazing on testing -- on testing. I'll give you a whole list. On testing, we have the greatest testing anywhere in the world, where I think 60 million tests more than India. 1.5 billion people. Nobody has done the job that we've done. I thank you very much, everybody. Thank you. ##
KERRY RALLY AT WAKEFIELD, OHIO
[KERRY RALLY AT WAKEFIELD, OHIO] [WAKEFIELD, OH USA] FTG OF DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SENATOR JOHN KERRY (D-MASS) AT A RALLY IN WAKEFIELD, OHIO / CUTS [Sen. John Kerry holds a rally -- CUTS] [WAKEFIELD, OH] JOHN GLENN 18:43:48 That's not a flip-flop, that's a flop-flip. 18:44:05 Iraq: it's not nationa buidling, I guess it's nation destruction. JOHN KERRY 18:48:24 This man is a treasure. He is a hero. And we're greatful for John and Annie Glenn for their service to this country. 18:48:42 We are tramping on tin fields... we're trampling on his corn fields 18:49:27 He knows what life is like for working people in this country and we're going to get that change. Talking about Ohio Governor: 18:49:49 The guy up there now he isn't getting anything done. You notice that every time George Bush shows up he doesn't show up with him, does he? 18:50:24 John Edwards' plane had some mechanical difficulties the other day. We'll do anything to stick around. 18:52:15 Health care costs are up, gasoline is up... 18:52:39 You know why gas prices are so high? $53 a barrel? $10-$15 alone becasue of George Bush's foreign policy! 18:54:51 George Bush had a chance to get more drugs from Canada... When I'm president I'm going to send that bill back to Congress and let Americans import drugs from Canada. 18:55:13 POTUS is suppossed to represent you, all Americans. 18:55:41 They made it dead illegal in order to have Americans lesser drugs. My friends we don't want a president who's there to serve the energy companies, the drug companies. We want a President who serves America. 18:57:15 If you want, you can buy into the same health care plan that Senators and Congressmen have for themselves. 18:58:03 When you make a commitment to leave no child behind you don't leave the money behind... 18:58:17 All of this is a choice that a Presdient gets to make. This isn't pre-ordained. The moeny doesn't have to go to the top 1% of Americans. 18:58:38 Take home pay lowest since 1929... 18:58:50 Take home pay for top 1% is the highest since 1930 18:59:03 20 years ago a single breadwinner could afford the home, house, 18:59:36 Where the american economy doesn't have workers working for it but where it works fo 18:59:50 They're supporting the absurd. You're being asked to supoprt the companies who send jobs overseas... We're going to reward the companies that keed jobs in America. 19:00:53 The only people who are going to pay a little extra are me and George Bush... He's trying to protect the poeple who make over 200,00 a year. I'm trying to protect the middle class... 19:03:03 We're the country of discovery. Enough of these $53 of oil. God only gave us 3% of the world's oil. 19:03:21 For us to put our health, security... in our hands we can't drill our way and rely on middle least oil, we have to invent our way out of it. 19:05:31 We're going to do stem cell research for America. 19:05:43 I had a message on my telephone from CHristopher Reeve. He didn't even know he was going into the hospital. He was so exited that we had talked about stem cell research. 19:06:10 He knew and Chris knew that we have the ability to affect this for 100 million... It's america's history to do this: We're going to respect life, but we're going to save lives by doing that stem cell research. 19:06:48 I see the vets out there. I know something about going to war. I know something about the responsibilty of the commander in chief.. 19:07:08 We need a commander in chief and a chief diplomat and the head of the nation... you can bet your boots that I'll do what's necessary. I defended our country as a young man and I'll defend it as POTUS. 19:07:49 The United States of America is strongest and our troops are most respected... when you act with other countries. 19:08:11 I will not stop the effort ... I will not ever take my eye off the real terrorists... that guy who crashed planes into the buildings... 19:08:32 We need a President who will fight a 19:08:57 This is the most important election of our lifetime. I'm telling you that becuase you're telling me that... OTHER PERSON 19:13:05 Picks up hunting gun KERRY - WHILE HOLDING GUN 19:14:17 I did not know I was going to be presented 19:14:34 I'm picking up my hunting license next week. I've been a hunter since I was a kid and I've been a fisherman... 19:14:52 I respect enormously the passion... Talking to a guy who bohunting deer. I understand it. I've been deer hunting, I've been 19:15:11 True sportsmen know that we have to have a habitat that really works for us. I'll respect the rights. But we're going to do things that are smart. CUTS 20:10:42 Cuts -- Kerry handed gun 20:22:22 Kerry with gun
SENATOR JOHN KERRY (D-MASS) / RALLY
[SENATOR JOHN KERRY (D-MASS) / RALLY ] [WAKEFIELD, OH USA] [Sen. John Kerry holds a rally -- CUTS] [WAKEFIELD, OH] JOHN GLENN 18:43:48 That's not a flip-flop, that's a flop-flip. 18:44:05 Iraq: it's not nationa buidling, I guess it's nation destruction. JOHN KERRY 18:48:24 This man is a treasure. He is a hero. And we're greatful for John and Annie Glenn for their service to this country. 18:48:42 We are tramping on tin fields... we're trampling on his corn fields 18:49:27 He knows what life is like for working people in this country and we're going to get that change. Talking about Ohio Governor: 18:49:49 The guy up there now he isn't getting anything done. You notice that every time George Bush shows up he doesn't show up with him, does he? 18:50:24 John Edwards' plane had some mechanical difficulties the other day. We'll do anything to stick around. 18:52:15 Health care costs are up, gasoline is up... 18:52:39 You know why gas prices are so high? $53 a barrel? $10-$15 alone becasue of George Bush's foreign policy! 18:54:51 George Bush had a chance to get more drugs from Canada... When I'm president I'm going to send that bill back to Congress and let Americans import drugs from Canada. 18:55:13 POTUS is suppossed to represent you, all Americans. 18:55:41 They made it dead illegal in order to have Americans lesser drugs. My friends we don't want a president who's there to serve the energy companies, the drug companies. We want a President who serves America. 18:57:15 If you want, you can buy into the same health care plan that Senators and Congressmen have for themselves. 18:58:03 When you make a commitment to leave no child behind you don't leave the money behind... 18:58:17 All of this is a choice that a Presdient gets to make. This isn't pre-ordained. The moeny doesn't have to go to the top 1% of Americans. 18:58:38 Take home pay lowest since 1929... 18:58:50 Take home pay for top 1% is the highest since 1930 18:59:03 20 years ago a single breadwinner could afford the home, house, 18:59:36 Where the american economy doesn't have workers working for it but where it works fo 18:59:50 They're supporting the absurd. You're being asked to supoprt the companies who send jobs overseas... We're going to reward the companies that keed jobs in America. 19:00:53 The only people who are going to pay a little extra are me and George Bush... He's trying to protect the poeple who make over 200,00 a year. I'm trying to protect the middle class... 19:03:03 We're the country of discovery. Enough of these $53 of oil. God only gave us 3% of the world's oil. 19:03:21 For us to put our health, security... in our hands we can't drill our way and rely on middle least oil, we have to invent our way out of it. 19:05:31 We're going to do stem cell research for America. 19:05:43 I had a message on my telephone from CHristopher Reeve. He didn't even know he was going into the hospital. He was so exited that we had talked about stem cell research. 19:06:10 He knew and Chris knew that we have the ability to affect this for 100 million... It's america's history to do this: We're going to respect life, but we're going to save lives by doing that stem cell research. 19:06:48 I see the vets out there. I know something about going to war. I know something about the responsibilty of the commander in chief.. 19:07:08 We need a commander in chief and a chief diplomat and the head of the nation... you can bet your boots that I'll do what's necessary. I defended our country as a young man and I'll defend it as POTUS. 19:07:49 The United States of America is strongest and our troops are most respected... when you act with other countries. 19:08:11 I will not stop the effort ... I will not ever take my eye off the real terrorists... that guy who crashed planes into the buildings... 19:08:32 We need a President who will fight a 19:08:57 This is the most important election of our lifetime. I'm telling you that becuase you're telling me that... OTHER PERSON 19:13:05 Picks up hunting gun KERRY - WHILE HOLDING GUN 19:14:17 I did not know I was going to be presented 19:14:34 I'm picking up my hunting license next week. I've been a hunter since I was a kid and I've been a fisherman... 19:14:52 I respect enormously the passion... Talking to a guy who bohunting deer. I understand it. I've been deer hunting, I've been 19:15:11 True sportsmen know that we have to have a habitat that really works for us. I'll respect the rights. But we're going to do things that are smart. CUTS 20:10:42 Cuts -- Kerry handed gun 20:22:22 Kerry with gun
Kerry Remarks at Campaign Event in Wakefield, OH 1744 - 1844
[Kerry Remarks at Campaign Event in Wakefield, OH 1744 - 1844] [WAKEFIELD, OH USA] 2004 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SENATOR JOHN KERRY REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN RALLY IN WAKEFIELD, OHIO. 1744 - 1844 [Sen. John Kerry holds a rally -- CUTS] [WAKEFIELD, OH] JOHN GLENN 18:43:48 That's not a flip-flop, that's a flop-flip. 18:44:05 Iraq: it's not nationa buidling, I guess it's nation destruction. JOHN KERRY 18:48:24 This man is a treasure. He is a hero. And we're greatful for John and Annie Glenn for their service to this country. 18:48:42 We are tramping on tin fields... we're trampling on his corn fields 18:49:27 He knows what life is like for working people in this country and we're going to get that change. Talking about Ohio Governor: 18:49:49 The guy up there now he isn't getting anything done. You notice that every time George Bush shows up he doesn't show up with him, does he? 18:50:24 John Edwards' plane had some mechanical difficulties the other day. We'll do anything to stick around. 18:52:15 Health care costs are up, gasoline is up... 18:52:39 You know why gas prices are so high? $53 a barrel? $10-$15 alone becasue of George Bush's foreign policy! 18:54:51 George Bush had a chance to get more drugs from Canada... When I'm president I'm going to send that bill back to Congress and let Americans import drugs from Canada. 18:55:13 POTUS is suppossed to represent you, all Americans. 18:55:41 They made it dead illegal in order to have Americans lesser drugs. My friends we don't want a president who's there to serve the energy companies, the drug companies. We want a President who serves America. 18:57:15 If you want, you can buy into the same health care plan that Senators and Congressmen have for themselves. 18:58:03 When you make a commitment to leave no child behind you don't leave the money behind... 18:58:17 All of this is a choice that a Presdient gets to make. This isn't pre-ordained. The moeny doesn't have to go to the top 1% of Americans. 18:58:38 Take home pay lowest since 1929... 18:58:50 Take home pay for top 1% is the highest since 1930 18:59:03 20 years ago a single breadwinner could afford the home, house, 18:59:36 Where the american economy doesn't have workers working for it but where it works fo 18:59:50 They're supporting the absurd. You're being asked to supoprt the companies who send jobs overseas... We're going to reward the companies that keed jobs in America. 19:00:53 The only people who are going to pay a little extra are me and George Bush... He's trying to protect the poeple who make over 200,00 a year. I'm trying to protect the middle class... 19:03:03 We're the country of discovery. Enough of these $53 of oil. God only gave us 3% of the world's oil. 19:03:21 For us to put our health, security... in our hands we can't drill our way and rely on middle least oil, we have to invent our way out of it. 19:05:31 We're going to do stem cell research for America. 19:05:43 I had a message on my telephone from CHristopher Reeve. He didn't even know he was going into the hospital. He was so exited that we had talked about stem cell research. 19:06:10 He knew and Chris knew that we have the ability to affect this for 100 million... It's america's history to do this: We're going to respect life, but we're going to save lives by doing that stem cell research. 19:06:48 I see the vets out there. I know something about going to war. I know something about the responsibilty of the commander in chief.. 19:07:08 We need a commander in chief and a chief diplomat and the head of the nation... you can bet your boots that I'll do what's necessary. I defended our country as a young man and I'll defend it as POTUS. 19:07:49 The United States of America is strongest and our troops are most respected... when you act with other countries. 19:08:11 I will not stop the effort ... I will not ever take my eye off the real terrorists... that guy who crashed planes into the buildings... 19:08:32 We need a President who will fight a 19:08:57 This is the most important election of our lifetime. I'm telling you that becuase you're telling me that... OTHER PERSON 19:13:05 Picks up hunting gun KERRY - WHILE HOLDING GUN 19:14:17 I did not know I was going to be presented 19:14:34 I'm picking up my hunting license next week. I've been a hunter since I was a kid and I've been a fisherman... 19:14:52 I respect enormously the passion... Talking to a guy who bohunting deer. I understand it. I've been deer hunting, I've been 19:15:11 True sportsmen know that we have to have a habitat that really works for us. I'll respect the rights. But we're going to do things that are smart. CUTS 20:10:42 Cuts -- Kerry handed gun 20:22:22 Kerry with gun
SENATOR JOHN KERRY (D-MASS) / RALLY
[SENATOR JOHN KERRY (D-MASS) / RALLY ] [WAKEFIELD, OH USA] [Sen. John Kerry holds a rally -- CUTS] [WAKEFIELD, OH] JOHN GLENN 18:43:48 That's not a flip-flop, that's a flop-flip. 18:44:05 Iraq: it's not nationa buidling, I guess it's nation destruction. JOHN KERRY 18:48:24 This man is a treasure. He is a hero. And we're greatful for John and Annie Glenn for their service to this country. 18:48:42 We are tramping on tin fields... we're trampling on his corn fields 18:49:27 He knows what life is like for working people in this country and we're going to get that change. Talking about Ohio Governor: 18:49:49 The guy up there now he isn't getting anything done. You notice that every time George Bush shows up he doesn't show up with him, does he? 18:50:24 John Edwards' plane had some mechanical difficulties the other day. We'll do anything to stick around. 18:52:15 Health care costs are up, gasoline is up... 18:52:39 You know why gas prices are so high? $53 a barrel? $10-$15 alone becasue of George Bush's foreign policy! 18:54:51 George Bush had a chance to get more drugs from Canada... When I'm president I'm going to send that bill back to Congress and let Americans import drugs from Canada. 18:55:13 POTUS is suppossed to represent you, all Americans. 18:55:41 They made it dead illegal in order to have Americans lesser drugs. My friends we don't want a president who's there to serve the energy companies, the drug companies. We want a President who serves America. 18:57:15 If you want, you can buy into the same health care plan that Senators and Congressmen have for themselves. 18:58:03 When you make a commitment to leave no child behind you don't leave the money behind... 18:58:17 All of this is a choice that a Presdient gets to make. This isn't pre-ordained. The moeny doesn't have to go to the top 1% of Americans. 18:58:38 Take home pay lowest since 1929... 18:58:50 Take home pay for top 1% is the highest since 1930 18:59:03 20 years ago a single breadwinner could afford the home, house, 18:59:36 Where the american economy doesn't have workers working for it but where it works fo 18:59:50 They're supporting the absurd. You're being asked to supoprt the companies who send jobs overseas... We're going to reward the companies that keed jobs in America. 19:00:53 The only people who are going to pay a little extra are me and George Bush... He's trying to protect the poeple who make over 200,00 a year. I'm trying to protect the middle class... 19:03:03 We're the country of discovery. Enough of these $53 of oil. God only gave us 3% of the world's oil. 19:03:21 For us to put our health, security... in our hands we can't drill our way and rely on middle least oil, we have to invent our way out of it. 19:05:31 We're going to do stem cell research for America. 19:05:43 I had a message on my telephone from CHristopher Reeve. He didn't even know he was going into the hospital. He was so exited that we had talked about stem cell research. 19:06:10 He knew and Chris knew that we have the ability to affect this for 100 million... It's america's history to do this: We're going to respect life, but we're going to save lives by doing that stem cell research. 19:06:48 I see the vets out there. I know something about going to war. I know something about the responsibilty of the commander in chief.. 19:07:08 We need a commander in chief and a chief diplomat and the head of the nation... you can bet your boots that I'll do what's necessary. I defended our country as a young man and I'll defend it as POTUS. 19:07:49 The United States of America is strongest and our troops are most respected... when you act with other countries. 19:08:11 I will not stop the effort ... I will not ever take my eye off the real terrorists... that guy who crashed planes into the buildings... 19:08:32 We need a President who will fight a 19:08:57 This is the most important election of our lifetime. I'm telling you that becuase you're telling me that... OTHER PERSON 19:13:05 Picks up hunting gun KERRY - WHILE HOLDING GUN 19:14:17 I did not know I was going to be presented 19:14:34 I'm picking up my hunting license next week. I've been a hunter since I was a kid and I've been a fisherman... 19:14:52 I respect enormously the passion... Talking to a guy who bohunting deer. I understand it. I've been deer hunting, I've been 19:15:11 True sportsmen know that we have to have a habitat that really works for us. I'll respect the rights. But we're going to do things that are smart. CUTS 20:10:42 Cuts -- Kerry handed gun 20:22:22 Kerry with gun
SENATOR JOHN KERRY (D-MASS) / RALLY
[SENATOR JOHN KERRY (D-MASS) / RALLY ] [WAKEFIELD, OH USA] [Sen. John Kerry holds a rally -- CUTS] [WAKEFIELD, OH] JOHN GLENN 18:43:48 That's not a flip-flop, that's a flop-flip. 18:44:05 Iraq: it's not nationa buidling, I guess it's nation destruction. JOHN KERRY 18:48:24 This man is a treasure. He is a hero. And we're greatful for John and Annie Glenn for their service to this country. 18:48:42 We are tramping on tin fields... we're trampling on his corn fields 18:49:27 He knows what life is like for working people in this country and we're going to get that change. Talking about Ohio Governor: 18:49:49 The guy up there now he isn't getting anything done. You notice that every time George Bush shows up he doesn't show up with him, does he? 18:50:24 John Edwards' plane had some mechanical difficulties the other day. We'll do anything to stick around. 18:52:15 Health care costs are up, gasoline is up... 18:52:39 You know why gas prices are so high? $53 a barrel? $10-$15 alone becasue of George Bush's foreign policy! 18:54:51 George Bush had a chance to get more drugs from Canada... When I'm president I'm going to send that bill back to Congress and let Americans import drugs from Canada. 18:55:13 POTUS is suppossed to represent you, all Americans. 18:55:41 They made it dead illegal in order to have Americans lesser drugs. My friends we don't want a president who's there to serve the energy companies, the drug companies. We want a President who serves America. 18:57:15 If you want, you can buy into the same health care plan that Senators and Congressmen have for themselves. 18:58:03 When you make a commitment to leave no child behind you don't leave the money behind... 18:58:17 All of this is a choice that a Presdient gets to make. This isn't pre-ordained. The moeny doesn't have to go to the top 1% of Americans. 18:58:38 Take home pay lowest since 1929... 18:58:50 Take home pay for top 1% is the highest since 1930 18:59:03 20 years ago a single breadwinner could afford the home, house, 18:59:36 Where the american economy doesn't have workers working for it but where it works fo 18:59:50 They're supporting the absurd. You're being asked to supoprt the companies who send jobs overseas... We're going to reward the companies that keed jobs in America. 19:00:53 The only people who are going to pay a little extra are me and George Bush... He's trying to protect the poeple who make over 200,00 a year. I'm trying to protect the middle class... 19:03:03 We're the country of discovery. Enough of these $53 of oil. God only gave us 3% of the world's oil. 19:03:21 For us to put our health, security... in our hands we can't drill our way and rely on middle least oil, we have to invent our way out of it. 19:05:31 We're going to do stem cell research for America. 19:05:43 I had a message on my telephone from CHristopher Reeve. He didn't even know he was going into the hospital. He was so exited that we had talked about stem cell research. 19:06:10 He knew and Chris knew that we have the ability to affect this for 100 million... It's america's history to do this: We're going to respect life, but we're going to save lives by doing that stem cell research. 19:06:48 I see the vets out there. I know something about going to war. I know something about the responsibilty of the commander in chief.. 19:07:08 We need a commander in chief and a chief diplomat and the head of the nation... you can bet your boots that I'll do what's necessary. I defended our country as a young man and I'll defend it as POTUS. 19:07:49 The United States of America is strongest and our troops are most respected... when you act with other countries. 19:08:11 I will not stop the effort ... I will not ever take my eye off the real terrorists... that guy who crashed planes into the buildings... 19:08:32 We need a President who will fight a 19:08:57 This is the most important election of our lifetime. I'm telling you that becuase you're telling me that... OTHER PERSON 19:13:05 Picks up hunting gun KERRY - WHILE HOLDING GUN 19:14:17 I did not know I was going to be presented 19:14:34 I'm picking up my hunting license next week. I've been a hunter since I was a kid and I've been a fisherman... 19:14:52 I respect enormously the passion... Talking to a guy who bohunting deer. I understand it. I've been deer hunting, I've been 19:15:11 True sportsmen know that we have to have a habitat that really works for us. I'll respect the rights. But we're going to do things that are smart. CUTS 20:10:42 Cuts -- Kerry handed gun 20:22:22 Kerry with gun
UK The Dark Knight Rises premiere
AP-APTN-1200: UK The Dark Knight Rises premiere Thursday, 19 July 2012 STORY:UK The Dark Knight Rises premiere- Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale and co-stars bring the Batman finale to London LENGTH: 05:40 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Entertainment/Warner Bros. STORY NUMBER: 850705 DATELINE: London, 18 July 2012 LENGTH: 05:40 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. SHOTLIST (including transcript):- AP Entertainment London, 18 July 2012 1. Medium of poster 2. Medium of fan with pink Batman mask 3. Medium of fan with black Batman mask 4. Wide of poster saying "We are bat shit crazy/Bale me outta here" 5. Wide of poster being held up saying "Keep calm and call Catwoman" 6. Wide of fan dressed in Batman next to fan dressed in Bale 7. Wide of vehicle used in film driving past 8. Wide of Christian Bale posing with his wife on red carpet 9. Wide of Tom Hardy arriving Warner Bros. 10. Trailer clip: "The Dark Knight Rises" AP Entertainment London, 18 July 2012 11. Medium of Bale walking by with his wife 12. Medium of Christopher Nolan signing autographs 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Christopher Nolan/Director - on the fans making death threats to critics who gave the film negative reviews: "Well, I think the fans are very passionate about these characters the way a lot of people are very passionate. Batman's been around for over seventy years and there's a reason for that. He has a huge appeal so I think you know people certainly respond to the character and so far they've liked what we've done with the character and we're hoping that they'll respond similarly to our conclusion." 14. Medium of Tom Hardy talking to reporter 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Hardy/Actor: (Reporter:"Did you bulk up, did they put stuff on you?") Hardy: "A bit of everything actually, bulked up you know high heels, standing on boxes that kind of thing." (Reporter: "How do you feel about being probably the most sinister villain ever created?") Hardy: "It was so fun. I'm looking forward to doing something even worse." 16. Medium of Anne Hathaway talking to reporter 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Anne Hathaway/Actress: "It's been... I think it encouraged me to take more risks you know I was listening to Tom talk about his Bane the other day and he was talking about Chris and how you could go straight down the middle villain baddie road or you could go really left of center and that was the take that Chris chose and I was just really inspired working with all these people. No one ever made an easy choice. They always put themselves out there on a ledge at risk and I think that changed me, made me a little braver." Warner Bros. 18. Trailer clip: "The Dark Knight Rises" AP Entertainment London, 18 July 2012 19. Medium of Cillian Murphy talking to reporter 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Cillian Murphy/Actor - on the fans' reaction to the negative reviews: "I think you know Batman has got such a, people really love this character and they love this trilogy and I think we have a great responsibility to the fans as they're the people who make the movie really." 21. Fashion shot of Marion Cotillard 22. SOUNDBITE (English) Marion Cotillard/Actress: "The whole experience was amazing but I have to say that one day I was on set with the Batman costume, Christian Bale inside Batman I was totally impressed I couldn't go to him to say hello whereas usually you know he's very approachable, he's an amazing guy but that day he was Batman, he was not Christian Bale anymore and I was very impressed." 23. Medium of Joseph Gordon-Levitt signing autographs 24. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Gordon-Levitt/Actor: "I love his movies, I've loved his movies since 'Memento' and I had such a great time doing 'Inception' with him and it's just I'm very lucky." 25. Medium of Anne Hathaway talking to reporters 26. SOUNDBITE (English) Anne Hathaway/Actress - on whether she took any mementos from the set: "I'm way too afraid of Chris to steal anything from one of his films. After my audition I tried to take home my sides, you know the, you know the pages where you have your lines on it. I tried to take them home so in case I didn't get the part I would have a memento and they came and got them from me. They followed me to my hotel to take them out of my hand, so I wasn't going to steal anything from the set." Warner Bros. 27. Trailer clip: "The Dark Knight Rises" AP Entertainment London, 18 July 2012 28. Medium of Morgan Freeman talking to reporter 29. SOUNDBITE (English) Morgan Freeman/Actor - on Rush Limbaugh claiming villain Bane is supposed to paint Republicans in a bad light: "Well, it's ridiculous, I mean you know Chris wrote a fictional story that didn't have any political thoughts in mind so it's like art or something you know, it's all in the mind of the beholder." 30. SOUNDBITE (English) Christopher Nolan/Director - on Rush Limbaugh claiming villain Bane is supposed to paint Republicans in a bad light: "I'm not sure how to address something that bizarre to be honest. I really don't have an answer for it, it's a very peculiar comment to make." Warner Bros. 31. Trailer clip: "The Dark Knight Rises" 'THE DARK KNIGHT RISES' OVER THE LONDON RAIN Neither rain nor controversy could prevent Christian Bale from taking one of his final bows as Batman on the red carpet. The actor attended the rainy European premiere of the final instalment of the Christopher Nolan-helmed superhero franchise 'The Dark Knight Rises' in London Wednesday evening (18 JULY 2012) but waltzed by the press line. The much anticipated film hasn't come out yet, but it has already caused a few controversies. In one case some of the more devoted fans of Nolan's Batman lambasted critics who gave the film less than stellar reviews and even made threatening remarks towards them on film rating site rottentomatoes.com, causing the website to shut down the comment section for 'The Dark Knight Rises.' Director Nolan was quick to defend their heated response. "I think the fans are very passionate about these characters the way a lot of people are very passionate. Batman's been around for over seventy years and there's a reason for that. He has a huge appeal so I think you know people certainly respond to the character," he said. However he was a bit stumped when confronted with political commentator Rush Limbaugh's remarks which linked his villain, Bane, to the Republican party presidential candidate Mitt Romney's Bain capital. "I'm not sure how to address something that bizarre to be honest. I really don't have an answer for it, it's a very peculiar comment to make," he responded. Morgan Freeman, who plays Lucius Fox was also unconvinced by the link between the film and a liberal agenda: "Well it's ridiculous, I mean you know Chris wrote a fictional story that didn't have any political thoughts in mind so it's like art or something you know, it's all in the mind of the beholder." This last film in Nolan's trilogy takes place eight years after the events of "The Dark Knight." Bale's Bruce Wayne suffers in self-imposed exile, sulking about Wayne Manor, mourning the loss of his darling Rachel and carrying the burden of blame for the death of District Attorney Harvey Dent. His goal of a peaceful Gotham has been achieved, but he's left as a man without a purpose. However Bane, a terrorist leader with a face muzzle, arrives on the scene intent on destroying Gotham City. Tom Hardy who plays the villain said that in order to achieve the physicality desired by Nolan, he had to go through many changes. "I bulked up you know, high heels, standing on boxes that kind of thing," he joked. Marion Cotillard (one of many alumni from Nolan's "Inception") co-stars as Miranda Tate, a wealthy philanthropist who hopes to work with Wayne Enterprises on developing clean, sustainable energy, while Anne Hathaway takes on the role of Catwoman. "The Dark Knight Rises" opens in the U.S. and U.K. on July 20th. Other release dates: Australia 19 July 2012 Hong Kong 19 July 2012 Malaysia 19 July 2012 New Zealand 19 July 2012 Singapore 19 July 2012 Taiwan 19 July 2012 Canada 20 July 2012 Denmark 20 July 2012 Finland 20 July 2012 India 20 July 2012 Indonesia 20 July 2012 Ireland 20 July 2012 Israel 20 July 2012 Netherlands 20 July 2012 Romania 20 July 2012 Spain 20 July 2012 Belgium 25 July 2012 France 25 July 2012 Iceland 25 July 2012 Norway 25 July 2012 Sweden 25 July 2012 Switzerland 25 July 2012 (French speaking region) Argentina 26 July 2012 Bosnia and Herzegovina 26 July 2012 Cambodia 26 July 2012 Chile 26 July 2012 Croatia 26 July 2012 Georgia 26 July 2012 Germany 26 July 2012 Hungary 26 July 2012 Russia 26 July 2012 Serbia 26 July 2012 Slovenia 26 July 2012 Switzerland 26 July 2012 (German speaking region) Ukraine 26 July 2012 Brazil 27 July 2012 Bulgaria 27 July 2012 Colombia 27 July 2012 Costa Rica 27 July 2012 Estonia 27 July 2012 Japan 27 July 2012 Latvia 27 July 2012 Lithuania 27 July 2012 Mexico 27 July 2012 Paraguay 27 July 2012 Poland 27 July 2012 South Africa 27 July 2012 Turkey 27 July 2012 Vietnam 27 July 2012 Portugal 2 August 2012 Lebanon 16 August 2012 Greece 21 August 2012 Italy 29 August 2012 Switzerland 29 August 2012 (Italian speaking region) APTN APEX 07-19-12 0814EDT
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AP-APTN-1830: Iraq US Sunday, 20 November 2011 STORY:Iraq US- REPLAY Troops celebrate Thanksgiving at Camp Victory LENGTH: 01:40 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nats SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 715490 DATELINE: Baghdad - 20 Nov 2011 LENGTH: 01:40 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of US soldiers having lunch in Camp Victory, west of Baghdad 2. Mid of US troops having lunch 3. Wide of US soldiers in queue for food 4. Mid of troops being served 5. Various of military caterers serving troops, carving and serving roast meat 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Staff sergeant Christopher Quimbly, US army: "Today, we are serving a Thanksgiving meal, traditionally we serve it on the 24th November but we are serving it today because our last meal closing, sir." 7. Large cake inscribed with American flag and Sign reading (English) "Happy Thanksgiving" 8. Various of large cake 9. Close-up of cake decorations reading (English) "Happy Thanksgiving US army, KBR, KPCC" 10. Mid of cake and soldiers in line for food 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Jean US soldier, 25th infantry Division: ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++ "It feels great to be going back home to my family. I'm a little sad to leave Iraq because this is my 4th year that I have spent here so, part of me is here as part of my home, but my main home is with my family." 12. Various of US soldiers having lunch 13. Mid of card reading (English) "Give Thanks," next to paper turkey decoration 14. Various of soldiers having lunch in Camp Victory canteen STORYLINE: US soldiers at Camp Victory in Iraq celebrated Thanksgiving early on Sunday with a special lunch. A traditional Thanksgiving lunch was served several days earlier than usual due to American troops closing their camp in preparation for their departure from Iraq. The camp's canteen will shortly be packed away and sent back to the US along with many of the soldiers currently based there. The US government aims to withdraw all 33-thousand of its troops from Iraq by the end of the year. However some soldiers, like Robert Jean of the 25th infantry Division, have mixed feelings about being sent home: "I'm a little sad to leave Iraq because this is my 4th year that I have spent here so, part of me is here as part of my home, but my main home is with my family." Thanksgiving is a national holiday held with enthusiasm in US, Canada and several other countries. It dates back to the arrival of the first Puritan settlers in America and their survival after a harsh first winter. After learning farming techniques from native Americans they had a successful second-year harvest, producing plenty of food. This inspired the Pilgrims to hold a celebratory meal of thanks. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. AP'S HIGH DEFINITION ROLLOUT TIMETABLE All Customers This message is for ALL Associated Press (AP) customers to inform you of the upcoming changes to our service and how they will affect your organization. The timeline AP will be rolling out High Definition (HD) in phases, beginning with Entertainment from 11 November 2011, followed by Sports News Television (SNTV) in January 2012. The completion date for all News services will be Q2 2012 in time for the 2012 London Olympics in July and the US presidential elections in November. What does this mean for you? The HD upgrade will affect ALL customers. Changes to Delivery If you want to upgrade to HD, you will need to make changes to your hardware equipment - either by adopting Media Port or you may need to upgrade your current Media Port server. AP Direct will also be transitioned to an encrypted HD ONLY delivery and customers will need to provide their own HD compatible Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD). This will need to be operational by 1 February 2012. Satellite Upgrades We are upgrading our satellite network. This upgrade will affect ALL AP customers. For a full overview of changes to delivery and satellite upgrades, please visit: www.aphighdefinition.com To retrieve the login, please email: edcustomerliaisonap.org or aptn-webadminap.org ++++ APTN (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-11-20-11 1339EST