EMANCIPATION OF WOMEN
Reel 2 continued. Check Copyright for material used in this documentary.<br/><br/>Reel 2."Cleaning was traditionally a woman's chore" states the narrator and we see various shots of women at work cleaning shop windows, railway engines (good C/U of two women cleaning wheels of a steam train), railway carriages etc. "...but as more and more men enlisted, women found themselves taking over more responsible positions. Various shots of women at work including guards on trains and ticket inspectors - good shot of woman checking tickets of lots of military personnel - some of this footage is Ministry of Information material. Tram approaches the camera, two women conductresses had been taken on by the Glasgow Municipal Tramways. This experiment had been successful. We see a woman conductress go to the back and front of the tram to change the overhead electric arm. Woman conductress seen on a London bus - a male passenger pays his fare and takes a ticket. Punch cartoon - a woman conductress on a "women's suffrage bus" helps Mr Asquith aboard saying, "Come along sir, better late than never."<br/><br/>Two high angle shots of women on a factory production line making gas masks. Women aviation workers help to prepare aircraft for flights - good shots. Narrator talks of the new emancipation of women. Over a shot of woman performing a repetitive factory job the narrator states: "...some girls might have argued whether they felt liberated or enslaved." <br/> <br/>High angle shot of a demonstration demanding votes for women in 1916 led by Sylvia Pankhurst. The procession was also demonstrating against women receiving less wages than men for the same job. Various shots of the demonstration. Mrs Pankhurst (Sylvia's mother) had become a fervent nationalist and is shown making a speech on the government's foreign policy to a large crowd in Trafalgar Square. <br/><br/>Food shortages. Image of women queuing to buy food at a vegetable stall. Ministry of Information film called "A New Version" is shown. Intertitle reads "Come into the Garden, Maud..." M/S of woman wearing a large hat and tea dress looking out of a lounge room window. Her husband is working hard in the garden, he beckons to her to join him after wiping his brow. She turns away. "I'm sick of this old war. I wish there was something decent to do." She goes into the garden looking bored and fed up. "Well, you've spoilt the lawn it took us all that time to make" says she. The husband replies "Shouldn't we be a bit ashamed of our lawn, dear, if we knew that people were starving for want of the food we might have grown?" Image of the husband and wife dissolves into an image of a mother and her two hungry dishevelled children. The children both cry. The woman shrugs and walks off. "That Evening." The wife helps her husband in the garden. "And the moral is that one is happier doing useful work than loafing around in drawing rooms." <br/><br/>Footage of girls of the land army marching through a city street on a recruitment drive. They hold large banners asking for volunteers. "Come Girls, Sign On - Land Women's fair recruiting sergeant addressing London business girls." A land army volunteer stands on platform making a speech. Narrator states that there were still thousands of women who believed that loafing around in drawing rooms was the only proper activity for a lady. Special films were made in an attempt to change this attitude.<br/><br/>M/S of a lady of leisure lazing on a sofa in a drawing room setting. Another woman comes in and looks at the curtains. "Time hangs heavily on their hands." reads the intertitle. [I think the film may have been called "Women's Land Army" made by Broadwest Films.] One of the women opens a letter which is sitting on the table, it is from her "affectionate brother Harry" who writes of how much the men at war think of the women at home who are doing something for the war effort. "..if you two have not already joined something, do so at once..." he urges. "They decide to join the women who are helping so much." M/S of a group of women lined up. L/S of land army girls working in a field. Various shots of women doing agricultural work, gathering fruit, feeding animals, etc: taking on jobs "that before the war would have been considered degrading even perhaps impossible for a woman to handle." After a shot of two women herding cattle an intertitle reads: "Women are no longer Afraid of Cows." Good shots of a female fire fighting team, they line up in front of the fire station then we see shots of them in training. Ministry of Information footage of the women's Police Service (ironically including many ex-suffragettes) <br/><br/>Pathe Gazette item: "A lady teacher instructs convalescent Tommies the art of Motor Car driving." Various shots of the woman showing the men how to start a car. A woman in uniform is handed something and the men all gathered around her give three cheers and wave their hats and arms in the air. <br/><br/>Intertitle bears a message from D. Lloyd George. "The Prime Minister's Message to the Women of this Film: "The Women of Britain have shown that they can share the hardships of the War...All recognise that a share in the hardship means a share in the triumph." <br/>Over shots of men in the trenches voiceover speaks of the scandal of the number of men fighting for the country who were not able to vote. Revision of the franchise to allow fighting men to vote also led to women being able to vote. C/U of section of the "Representation of the People Act of 1918." Lists the voting rules for women of thirty years and above. M/S of group of men in uniform celebrating the signing of the Armistice by dancing around in a circle holding hands and dancing with each other. High angle shot of crowds of people in Trafalgar Square (?)<br/><br/>Footage of people surrounding a polling booth in Plymouth. Women were allowed to stand for parliament from 1919. M/S of candidates drawing up to the polling booth including Lady Nancy Astor. Footage of Lady Astor at a hospital talking to the babies. Voiceover of one of her speeches. Montage of shots of Lady Astor speaking to various groups of people. On soundtrack she speaks of how Winston Churchill had told her that she had given a remarkable performance when she entered Parliament and how they had hoped to "freeze her out". <br/><br/>Pathe Gazette item: "Our 8 Lady M.P.'s Photographed together for first time at the House of Commons." 1924 - panning shot of the eight women. Margaret (Maggie) Bondfield became the first women Cabinet Minister in 1929 (this shot probably from G1614). <br/><br/>Topical Budget footage of the interior of a dance hall. Cameraman and special light are seen in silhouette in foreground of the picture. M/S of the band on the balcony. Shots of the couples dancing. Narrator speaks of the "gay twenties when women were on a much more equal footing with men."<br/><br/>1924 - an infant welfare centre is shown, women push prams and lead children up steps into the centre. Shot of a woman doctor examining a baby. The centres were set up to educate women on how to bring up healthy children. Camera pans across group of babies. Narrator speaks of changes since Victorian times when subjects such as sex were taboo and "Family Planning" did not exist. <br/><br/>Still photograph of Marie Stopes - pioneer of birth control. C/U of a leaflet advertising "The Mothers' Clinic - the first Birth Control Clinic in the British Empire." Still image of front of a Mothers' Clinic. Panning shot of group of girls sitting at desks getting an education at the Mothers' Clinic.<br/><br/>Sport - various shots of female tennis players. Victorian women could not show their legs - contrast with Suzanne Lenglen one of the post war heroines of post war emancipated women. Montage of shots showing sporting women: cricket players, rowers, shot putters, athletes etc. Women at work: a typist. The new independent woman of the 20s is seen smoking cigarettes, mixing paint, painting a wall, and relaxing with a cup of tea after their hard work. 1928 - all women over 21 were given the right to vote. L/S of group of women M.P.s (?) outside the Houses of Parliament. Film ends with the narrator stating: "Even today, discrimination against women continues." <br/><br/>Credits. Historical Advisor - Arthur Marwick, Professor of History, the Open University. Film Research - Lisa Pontecorvo. Written and Produced by Richard Dunn. The Producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of: Pathe Film Library, National Film Archive, Imperial War Museum, Visnews, Movietone Film Library, Normans Film Service, Scottish Film Council, BBC Sound Archive, The Suffragette Fellowship, The Fawcett Society, Slade Film Department, University College, London, University of Sussex, British Universities Film Council. <br/><br/>The song "Your King & Country Need You" was reproduced from the film "Oh What a Lovely War" by permission of Paramount Records.<br/><br/>Produced and Distributed by EMI Special Films Unit.<br/><br/>London © 1970. <br/><br/>Note: 16mm mute neg and track neg exist for reels 1 & 2. Also section exists (not checked).
MARGARET THATCHER/CHURCHILL ANNIVERSARY (03/09/1996)
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is in Fulton, Missouri today commemorating the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's famous Iron Curtain speech. Thatcher coined today's speech "the most important speech she's made in the United States". On March 5, 1946...Churchill spoke from Westminster College in Fulton saying, "From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent." The metaphor became a symbol of East-West conflict that ordered world affairs for the next 45 years.
GORBACHEV AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE
BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR A CS ON FORMER SOVIET LEADER MIKHAIL GORBACHEV'S ADDRESS AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE IN FULTON, MISSOURI WHICH WAS THE SITE OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S 1946 IRON CURTAIN SPEECH. 02:00:10 COVER SHOTS OF A COLLEGE ALUMNUS WHO WITNESSED CHURCHILL'S SPEECH SHOWING MORTON DEAN HIS SCRAP ALBUM ON THE SPEECH. CU OF THE ALUMNUS' HANDS HOLDING A COPY OF THE PROGRAM OF THE SPEECH CEREMONY. CU OF A TRANSCRIPT OF CHURCHILL'S SPEECH. CU OF THE PARAGRAPH CONTAINING THE IRON CURTAIN LINE. 02:08:01 INTV W/ A FULTON RESIDENT WHO ALSO WITNESSED THE SPEECH. SHE EXPLAINS CHURCHILL'S INVENTION OF THE TERM IRON CURTAIN DID NOT SEEM EXTRAORDINARY AT THE TIME AND DISCUSSES THE SIGNIFICANCE OF GORBACHEV'S DECISION TO SPEAK AT WESTMINSTER. CI: US RELATIONS: USSR (ABOUT).
At a New York City banquet, Winston Churchill responds to criticism of his earlier "Iron Curtain" speech
MWS former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, wearing eyeglasses, speaks into microphones with "WALDORF ASTORIA" plaque and flowers in front of him, huge US and British flags partially visible on wall behind him; to his right sits New York Governor Thomas E Dewey; to his left sits Grover Whalen, Chairman, Mayor's Committee on Receptions to Distinguished Guests; SOTs he defends his "Iron Curtain" speech, talks about Anglo-American relations, Russia's wish for war, and peace
NATO HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
A2 / France 2
CHURCHILL'S "IRON CURTAIN" SPEECH (CQ03974)
Winston Churchill delivers famous "Iron Curtain" speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.
GORBACHEV #2
00:00:00:00 [Fmr Soviet Pres Mikhail Gorbachev spk at Westminster College where Winston Churchill had delivered his &apos;iron curtain&apos; spch]---AUDIO CH1-GORBACHEV-CH2-TRANSLATOR: SOT Gorbach ...
TRUMAN
EUROPE MAP, 1948. CHURCHILL OFF SCREEN GIVES "IRON CURTAIN SPEECH"
WINSTON CHURCHILL'S IRON CURTAIN SPEECH
Winston Churchill makes his famous Iron Curtain warning speech at Westminster College, in Fulton, Missouri. He states, "From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent."
DN-47 1 inch
[Churchill Iron Curtain Speech - partial]
B/W 1946 high angle Winston Churchill speaks into microphones at podium / famous "Iron Curtain" speech
Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri, USA, 5th March 1946.
GORBACHEV AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE
BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR A CS ON FORMER SOVIET LEADER MIKHAIL GORBACHEV'S ADDRESS AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE IN FULTON, MISSOURI WHICH WAS THE SITE OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S 1946 IRON CURTAIN SPEECH. 05:00:36 CONCLUDING INTV W/ A RETIRED WESTMINSTER PROFESSOR WHO WITNESSED CHURCHILL'S SPEECH. SHE DESCRIBES HER REACTION TO THE SPEECH AND COMPARES CHURCHILL AND GORBACHEV. 05:08:32 TWO SHOT OF THE PROFESSOR W/ THE REPORTER. CI: US RELATIONS: USSR (ABOUT).
THATCHER MASTER #2/5
00:00:00:00 - MASTER RX 12 Fulton, Mo. -- Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher delives &quot;major address&quot; at Westminster College on 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill&apos;s &quot ...
GORBACHEV IN MISSOURI
FORMER SOVIET LEADER MIKHAIL GORBACHEV GAVE THE COMMENCEMENT SPEECH AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE IN FULTON, MISSOURI TODAY...MORE THAN FORTY FIVE YEARS AFTER WINSTON CHURCHILL SPOKE AT THE SAME LOCATION. GORBACHEV SAID THE WORLD WAS STILL DIVIDED EVEN AFTER GREAT STRIDES OF WORLD UNISON. IN 1946 AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE, CHURCHILL WARNED OF THE EAST-WEST CHASM HE CALLED THE "IRON CURTAIN". GORBACHEV STOOD BEFORE A CHUNK OF THE BERLIN WALL, PAINTED RED AND SCRAWLED WITH YELLOW AND BLACK GRAFFITI. BEFORE HE SPOKE, HE WAS PRESENTED AN HONORARY DOCTOR OF LAW.
The return of France to NATO
A2 / France 2
NEWS; 1945-1950
13:00:47:00,War planes on United States aircraft carrier prepare for takeoff, Deck crewman gestures (repeat), CU pilot in cockpit, CU men watch, Deck crewman gives thumbs-up sign, Plane taxis (repeat), Takeoff (repeat), Rear view POV from plane of carrier during takeoff, Aerial of plane over carrier, Planes in formation, Aerial of wing, ocean in background, Aerial of planes in formation (repeat), Pilot in cockpit, Planes peel off (dive into action), Plane lands on carrier (phone narration indicating the war is over), Pilot's POV as plane lands on carrier, White House, Crowds wave at passing camera, White House in background, MP's control White House crowd, President Harry Truman tells news conference of Japan's acceptance of surrender terms, unconditional surrender, words on soundtrack, Reporters run from conference, Reporters on phones, Boy with newspaper ("EXTRA! IT'S PEACE!"), Soldier jumps, WAC jumps, Women run, cheer, Crowds wild in street, TImes Square mobbed, United States flag waved, Man holds baby, baby holds small United States flag, Radio announcer above crowd, Dancing in street, Servicemen on lamppost, CU people mug, Man wears Japanese battle flag as hula skirt, does hula, Men lift pretty girl, People lift man, Pretty girl on sailor's shoulders, Sailor kisses girl, almost on ground, Woman slugs beer, Hand points to soldier's stripes, Soldier drinks, Man shampoos self with champagne, Soldier, girl kiss (repeat), Sailor, girl kiss, Soldier, woman dance, Revelers in car, flags, Ticker tape, Big United States flag, People drown each other in ticker tape, Huge mess, Church steeple, United States flag, Small town street, Empty sidewalk, trees, Dad home from work, child runs to him, Kids play under sprinkler, Kids' jumping feet, Kid in mud, Boy drinks from hose, Girl drinks from hose, Hose squirts boy in face (CU), Hose squirts girl in face, Boy helps dad mow lawn, Boys fix wagon, Little girl helps mom hang wash, CU girl shakes clothes (CUTE), Bored boys sit on curb, Small town Main Street, Men talk on street, Boys hang out, Women talk on street, Woman writes in notebook, Sign: NOTICE THE POINTS ARE MARKED ON THE ARTICLE & SHELF OF ALL RATIONED FOOD, Grocer, customer, Store window ("NO MILK, NO EGGS, NO LARD, NO BUTTER"), Half-empty shelves, Sign on shelf: SORRY NO MORE PINEAPPLE, Sign: PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR BUTTER TODAY, Sign: NO BEEF TODAY, Women buy food, CU ration stamps, Grocer counts stamps, CU hands count stamps, Butcher sharpens large knife, Butchers cut meat, Crowded meat market, Smiling butcher holds up chicken, Steak on scale, Smiling woman takes bag (repeat), Price tags changed, 78c to 95c, 59c to 74c, etc, Gas station, sign: GAS RATIONING OFF NO STAMPS REQUIRED, Men fill up tank, Pump ("THIS SALE $2.33"), Man tears up card, CU hand scrapes "A" decal off windshield, Aerial of aircraft carrier, deck crowded with men, Soldiers in foreground see lower Manhattan skyline, Soldiers look, New York City pier, banner reads "WELCOME HOME", Troops on ship wave, CU smiling woman waves, Soldier waves from porthole, Grandma waves, woman hugs her, Women wave to aircraft carrier, Servicemen run off ship, Man, woman hug, kiss (famous shots), Woman runs to hug man, Sailor picks up little boy, Aerial of troop ship, War brides, babies wave, CU brides, babies (NICE, repeat), Women off ship, luxury liner at sea, Men kiss babies, Statue of Liberty, People on ship see Statue, Crowd at pier waves, Refugees on ship, CU women show concentration camp tattoos, just barely visible, Refugees leave ship, People kiss, hug (VERY TOUCHING, MOVING), Army camp, sign: SEPARATION CENTER, Group of soldiers, one steps forward at a time, gets discharge in front of United States flag, Soldiers wave hats, Soldiers wave discharges, Rows of quonset huts (military buildings), Man takes bedding into quonset hut, Child, man take belongings from car, Women hang laundry, Tethered child plays, man reads paper in front of quonset hut, Young men leave school, meet wives, kids, Couples walk with babies, People walk home to tiny trailers, Rows of hundreds of warplanes (repeat), Rows of plane engines, Bomber ("DEADEYE II"), Bomber ("CALAMITY JANE", nose art), Bomber with kill markings, Bomber ("OUR BABY"), Bomber ("DRAGON LADY"), Bomber ("EVASIVE ACTION"), Bomber ("FOREVER AMBER"), Crane stacks planes on end, Welders dismantle plane, Molten steel poured, steelworkers shovel, Men, machines make cars, Car engine hoisted along, Men weld cars (car manufacturing), Men put door on car, Men paint car (repeat), Car body hoisted along, Car finished, Car driven out of factory, Cars drive, Textile bobbins spin, Nylons being made, Women mob "Sultana Hosiery" store, Woman inspects nylons as crowds watch, Man buys nylons, Crowds run through street, Women mob man under sign: WE ARE GIVING AWAY NYLONS, People scramble, Man throws nylons to crowd, Crowd dives, fights for nylons, Person, stretcher loaded into ambulance, Crowd of women don nylons on street, CU legs, "Cheesecake", Models parade, nylons emphasized, Women raise skirts (a little), drop them (a little), "New look" long skirts, Models at lunch, CU Christian Dior, Legs, skirts, Line of models in bikinis, Bikini babes parade, Crowd watches Henry Ford's funeral procession, Woman cries (repeat), Onlookers, Sad boy in baseball uniform, New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia's funeral procession, LaGuardia, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello on steps of New York City City Hall, LaGuardia, Abbott, Costello up steps, Costello trips on purpose, LaGuardia with fire chief, Firemen spray hoses, CU LaGuardia, LaGuardia runs steam shovel, with Casey Stengel (I think), Steam shovel, Walks in parade with General Dwight Eisenhower, With Eisenhower in motorcade, man in weird costume runs up, hands unofficial key to city to Ike, Speaks on radio (WNYC), Reads, dramatizes funnies on radio (SOT, very long version), LaGuardia waves, Original Yankee Stadium, United States flag at half mast in foreground, Game at stadium, Ruth walks on field past uniformed boys, CU Ruth grips bat, Ruth homers, Ruth signs autographs for crowd of kids, CU older Ruth, Ruth waves goodbye to kids, Sickly Ruth at Yankee Stadium for his farewell speech, Crowd, Kids watch, Ruth applauded at microphones, Mel Allen in background, CU Ruth says farewell in pitiful, raspy voice, Mel Allen on verge of tears, Crowd, Ruth smiles (CU), Stadium, United States flags at half mast, Crowd enters Ebbets Field, Man sells programs, wears hat lettered ("BROOKLYN"), Crowd cheers, jeers, calls players "bums", fan gets hat pulled down over his face, CU Jackie Robinson smiles, Fan Hilda Chester with sign "HILDA", CU Robinson (repeat), Robinson gets hit, Fans cheer, Robinson greeted after homer, Crowded street, pushcarts, CU fish put on scale, Fish market, Signs: KNISH 10C, KNOCKWURST 10C, Man eats hot dog, items taken off scale, Strollers, Street scene, Engineer's POV as train passes train, Engineer, Train crosses bridge, POV from train as fields pass, United Kingdom Prime Minister Winston Churchill leaves train, Churchill, President Harry Truman into car, Car moves, secret service on fenders, Two leaders in motorcade, Churchill makes famous Iron Curtain speech at Fulton, Missouri (SPEAKS NICE, long version), Audience, Flags at United Nations headquarters, United Nations headquarters, "NEW YORK CITY BUILDING AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK, NOW AN ICE RINK!!", Marines guard building, VIP's enter, Cars pull up, exit Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov, United Nations Security Council session, Soviet representatives, including Andrei Gromyko, Soviets walk out of session, CU Soviet seats empty, Parade, Marchers carry sign: WAKE UP AMERICA PEEKSKILL DID, Poster advertising concert by Paul Robeson, Protesters, Cops control crowd, Enter more cops, Crowd, Sign: OUST THE COMMIES, Cops search man, Cops confiscate baseball bats, Cops, crowd push each other, Man arrested, CU Gary Cooper testifies at HUAC congressional session, Coop says he doesn't like Communism (speaks), Crowd (repeat), Crowd, press, Women knit, Reporters (repeat), CU Ronald Reagan testifies, says no Communist ever used films for ideology, stands up for movie industry, Chairman raps gavel, Herbert Biberman testifies, is asked whether he is a Communist, defies committee, criticizes committee's purpose, refuses to cooperate, Photographers, Hostile witness, don't know who (Hollywood 10 member), CU Congressman Richard Nixon, Committee, Alger Hiss sworn in, Hiss speaks, no sound, Whittaker Chambers testifies, accuses Hiss, speaks, CU Hiss, CU Chambers, Astor Theatre in New York City, huge sign for premiere of "THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES", CU Myrna Loy, CU Virginia Mayo (at opening of movie), CU Dana Andrews, Photographers flash bulbs (VERY NICE), Shirley Temple weds John Agar, CU couple, Fans wild, Fans rush Rita Hayworth-Aly Khan wedding, French cops, crowd, Couple in car (CU), Fans, CU couple CU, Photographers, Couple, violinists, Ingrid Bergman, Roberto Rosselini walk on street, Couple drink in cafe, CU Bergman smiles, Princess Elizabeth marries Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, couple in carriage, crowds watch, Crowds rush palace gates, Multitude, Couple, family wave from balcony, Crowd, Extended royal family, CU King George VI, Queen Mary, CU Elizabeth, Philip, Ext. United States Capitol Dome, Newspapers on printing press, Secretary of State George Marshall at committee hearing, speaks of Marshall plan committee, Street scene, Woman hangs out wash, Women talk, Men talk, Men talk in diner, Crowd, announcer at microphone, Woman says Joe Louis and Joe Walcott should fight again, Black man expresses opinion on fight, Crowd on golf course, Enter Bob Hope, Hope jokes, words on soundtrack, Hope gets set to drive, Crowd, Hope drives, hams it up, Future President Dwight Eisenhower on golf course, tries to hit out of sand trap, CU Ike, Ike, press, Ike refuses once again to run for president, CU Ike (NICE), Truman leaves White House with bodyguard, Truman, bodyguard walk (repeat), Truman's legs, cane, Shakes hands with woman, Shakes hands with man, Photographers, Shakes hands with black man, others, House Speaker Joe Martin bangs gavel at 1948 Republican Convention, Indian chief, South Dakota sign, Men, Kansas sign, Aged Herbert Hoover waves, Signs for Taft, CU Robert Taft, Confetti, Balloons, Drum majorette, Man wears goofy-looking mask, Photos of Dewey, Signs for Dewey, New York Governor Thomas Dewey waves (repeat), Papier mache donkey head, Democratic Convention, "ILLINOIS" sign, Delegates fan themselves, Man, towel around head (FUNNY), Sign: WE ARE MILD ABOUT HARRY, Sign: THE WORLD'S HOPE TRUMAN, Delegates, Sign: TRUMAN FOR PRESIDENT, Delegates make noise, Man looks like beardless Gabby Hayes, Fat lady dances, Signs, delegates (repeat), Truman on dais, Truman, Vice President candidate Alben Barkley hold hands aloft, Seal of the President, Truman waves from train observation car, Kids cheer, Truman leaves on train, People wave, POV from train town passes, CU Truman, Dewey writes on train, CU Dewey, CU from train as countryside passes (repeat), Crowd hears Dewey speak, Crowd, CU Truman speaks at microphones, Old man watches, Old couple watch, Old lady with funny hat, CU Dewey speaks at microphone, Truman holds bouquet, Boy holds flag, Dewey gets stick of fish, Dewey waves, POV from train of crowd waving, Reporters work on train, Truman in motorcade, People go to town hall, Sign: TOWN HALL, People enter building, Voters line up, Workers help voters, Couple with baby vote, Voter at machine, X for Dewey, Man casts ballot, X for Truman, Woman casts ballot into ballot box, Truman votes, People vote, Dewey votes, NBC news room, Sign: POPULAR VOTE TABULATORS, Bob Trout broadcasts (repeat), Worker marks STATE CHART (repeat), H.V. Kaltenborn speaks (repeat), Operators at switchboards, Workers use adding machines (repeat), Tote board, Reporters type various broadcasters broadcast, Times Square (NIGHT), Times Building news ticker: TRUMAN TAKES LEAD AWAY FROM DEWEY (SIC), Banquet crowd applauds, Couple hug, celebrate, Empty Dewey headquarters, Glum group (four people look very disappointed), CU sad woman, CU sad man (repeat), Political cartoon of man with ass marked "ALL US POLITICAL EXPERTS" says "KICK ME", Banquet, Truman on dais, Crowd rises, applauds, Truman speaks, makes fun of, does accurate, mocking impression of Kaltenborn and his predictions of Truman's defeat, Nuclear bomb tests, Flashing sign ("DANGER"), Men in bizarre safety suits work with hazardous materials, Flashing sign ("RADIATION AREA"), Robot hands handle chemical in beaker, Worker moves radioactive material, Glow, Scientist works equipment, Man looks through eyepiece, Men work with radioactive chemicals (repeat), Chemical bubbles, Man smokes pipe, Instrument lights flash, Instruments operate, Blindfolded man in G-Force test, face horribly distorted (WEIRD!), Rocket sled speeds (repeat), Man in sled under G-Force, almost as weird, People look at sky with binoculars (repeat), Cat looks up (CUTE), Soldiers look at sky, Soldier on microphone, People talk to Air Force investigators, CU airline pilot, Pilots talk near jet fighter (trying to find flying saucers), CU Air Force pilot, People on sidewalk look into "Today" show window, CU men smoke, People look in store window, Early TV screen, wavy lines (repeat), Bartender, CU mug of beer, Men drink in bar, Horse race on TV, Man laughs, Bartender consoles patron, TV antennas all over roofs, People watch TV, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca do skit, CU Dave Garroway, Faye Emerson, Kukla, Fran, and Ollie, Milton Berle dances with Carmen Miranda (guess which network made this film), TV studio, Microphone boom operator, Camera WNBT NBC, CU Albert Einstein speaks of danger of nuclear suicide, Thermometer reads 97 degrees, Crowded beach, People on beach blanket, Kids run on beach, Woman, child with bare ass (the child, not the woman) on beach, Girl plays in surf, Crowds on Coney Island beach, People descend on parachute jump, People on revolving swing ride at Steeplechase Park, POV from front seat as people ride roller coaster, Starter waves flag at auto race, Autos race, Race accidents, End of horse race, Crowd, Bob Richards does pole vault, People at fair, CU balloons, Carnival rides, Barker barks, Man hits bell with mallet, People watch, Cotton candy made, Kid with cotton candy, Man holds son, Rides, CU clown, CU boy with father, Goats on leash, Truman says goodbye to wife at plane, Plane engine starts, Truman onto plane (repeat), People wave, Airliner taxis, Aerial of airliner in air, Aerial of Washington, DC, CU landing gear goes down (NICE), POV from plane as it lands, Plane taxis ("INDEPENDENCE"), Secretary of State Dean Acheson in parking lot (A COUPLE OF FRAMES ONLY), Truman exits plane, Truman's car leaves, Men raise flags at United Nations, Sign: COUNCIL IN SESSION, United Nations Security Council session, Soviet seat empty, Korean representative, empty USSR chair, Korean refugees flee battle (repeat), Refugees, building burns in background, Burned buildings, Naked baby cries, Legs of marching soldiers, Troops march to ship, Troops board ship, Dog watches, Troops up gangway ("SAN FRANCISCO PORT OF EMBARKATION"), Hand beats drum ("SAN FRANCISCO PORT OF EMBARKATION"), Navy band plays, Crane removes gangway, Men untie ship, Smoke from funnel, Ship leaves, People wave, Men wave from portholes, Troops wave (repeat), Woman waves, CU baby waves, Aircraft carrier at dock, Ship in harbor, View from ship, Soldier on ship, CU sailor, CU soldiers, sailors, Aircraft carrier at sea
HISTORICALS
WINSTON CHURCHILL GIVING IRON CURTAIN SPEECH IN AMERICA. (NATURAL SOUND) MEN, SOME MILITARY OFFICERS IN UNIFORM, BEHIND HIM. ABOUT COMMUNISM, THE IRON CURTAIN. BEGINNING OF COLD WAR. POLITICS.
DN-B-135 Beta SP; NET-623 DigiBeta (at 01:27:00:00)
[Churchill Iron Curtain Speech]
GORBACHEV AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE
BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR A CS ON FORMER SOVIET LEADER MIKHAIL GORBACHEV'S ADDRESS AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE IN FULTON, MISSOURI, THE SITE OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S 1946 IRON CURTAIN SPEECH. 01:01:03 INTV W/ A COLLEGE ALUMNUS WHO WITNESSED CHURCHILL'S SPEECH. HE DESCRIBES THE EXCITEMENT GENERATED BY CHURCHILL'S VISIT AND SPEECH, DENIES CHURCHILL'S INVENTION OF THE TERM IRON CURTAIN IMPRESSED HIM AT THE TIME AND CLAIMS HE WAS ALREADY AWARE OF THE SOVIET THREAT. 01:09:05 HE DISCUSSES THE SIGNIFICANCE OF GORBACHEV'S SPEECH. 01:20:50 TWO SHOT AND REVERSALS. COVER SHOTS OF THE ALUMNUS SHOWING MORTON DEAN A PHOTO ALBUM ON THE CHURCHILL VISIT. CI: US RELATIONS: USSR (ABOUT),
GORBACHEV IN SAN FRANCISCO
MIKHAIL GORBACHEV IS GIVING A SPEECH TONIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR WHAT IS CALLED THE GORBACHEV FOUNDATION...FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE ARE PAYING FORTY DOLLARS A HEAD TO HEAR THE FORMER SOVIET PREMIER SPEAK AT THE SAN FRANCISCO MARRIOT HOTEL ...HE ARRIVED IN SAN FRANCISCO TODAY AFTER VISITING THE CHICAGO COMMODITY EXCHANGE...THERE HE URGED CAPITALISTS TO THINK GLOBALLY WHEN THINKING ABOUT ECONOMIES... GORBACHEV IS ON A 13-DAY TOUR OF THE UNITED STATES WITH HIS WIFE, RAISA. ON WEDNESDAY, HE SPOKE AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE IN FULTON, MO., SITE OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S ``IRON CURTAIN'' SPEECH IN 1946.
THATCHER/5OTH ANN IR
00:00:00:00 - MASTER RX. 12 2:45 Fulton, Mo. -- Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher delives &quot;major address&quot; at Westminster College on 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill&apos;s ...
Winston Churchill Portrait
FR3 / France 3
DN-B-136 Beta SP
[Churchill - Fulton, MO Speech - Iron Curtain Segment]
WORLD WAR II
POST-WWII MAP OF EUROPE. COMMUNIST CONTROLLED BUFFER STATES. CENTRAL EUROPEAN NATIONS. WINSTON CHURCHILL VOICE OVER SPEECH COINING THE PHRASE "IRON CURTAIN"