Black and white show: show of August 03, 1968
RTF / ORTF
THE WORLD AT THREE Reel 2
S.S. Orsova entering Sydney Harbour and in dock at circular key, Ferry's arriving. View from the Botanical Gardens. William Street and Kings Cross. P & O offices. A man books a ticket on the Orsova. Orsova leaving Sydney. Montage of deck sports for young and old. Ladies at the hairdressers. Passengers play Bingo. Posting a letter at the ship's bureau. <br/>S.S. Iberia in port. Top shot and montage of Naples. Passengers on tourist bus. Trying to eat spaghetti. Ship's kitchen. First class dining room at diner time. Passengers on deck, night time. Model of Canberra and world clocks. P & O offices at night. Very dark night shots of London. <br/> <br/>End Credits: Music Composed by John Dankworth, Sung by Cleo Laine. Script and Lyrics by Roger Dunton, Directed by Frederic Goode. <br/> <br/>Check for copyright restrictions and ownership.
LARRY KING WEEKEND
/n00:00:00:00 /n[THERE ARE MUSIC RIGHTS PROBLEMS WITH THIS SHOW. DO NOT EXCERPT FROM THE SHOW OR LICENSE FOR VIEWING OR EDITING]-- &quot;Tribute To Duke Ellington&quot;; Guests: Bobby Short, Cleo ...
Cleo Laine on heritage and upbringing, UK; 1959
The jazz musician Cleo Laine, being interviewed at a meeting of the Stars Campaign for Interracial Friendship (SCIF), responds to questions about the White Defence League's view that anyone who isn't considered white should be 'repatriated'. Asked where she was born, she says 'Southall, Middlesex', using the local accent. Asked about her heritage, she says, 'My father came to England for the 1918-14 war. And he didn't go back - he married my mother afterwards. And here am I!' UK; 1959. (LCA6661A - AEVZ001J)
The Dick Cavett Show (ABC)
Guests: Muhammad Ali, Cleo Laine, Richard Kleindienst
Cleo Laine on nationality and freedom of movement, UK; 1959
The jazz musician Cleo Laine, being interviewed at a meeting of the Stars Campaign for Interracial Friendship (SCIF), responds to a question about the White Defence League's view that anyone who isn't considered white should be 'repatriated'. Asked, 'And you have no other country?', she says, 'No, not at all. I'm very happy here, and I've lived very happily here. And as far as I know, so has my father. And I don't see why he shouldn't - after all, he did fight for the country, like so many others. And I think that they should be allowed to live - well everyone should be allowed to live - where they wish.' UK; 1959. (LCA6661A - AEVZ001J)
TONY AWARDS
00:00:00:00 [Celebs arrive for 40th annual Tony Awards] Ben Vereen, Sam Waterston, Rene Auberjonois, Frank Langella pose for photo op :22/ Ed Harris and Amy Madigan :10/ Hal Linden :06/ Eva Gabor ...
The Dick Cavett Show (ABC)
Guests: Muhammad Ali, Cleo Laine, Richard Kleindienst Cleo Laine performs Richard Kleindienst 68th United States Attorney General In office June 12, 1972 (March 1, 1972 acting) - April 30, 1973 President Richard Nixon Preceded by John N. Mitchell Succeeded by Elliot L. Richardson Personal details Born August 5, 1923 Winslow, Arizona, U.S. Died February 3, 2000 (aged 76)
Allegro: Emission of November 26, 1966
RTF / ORTF
Stars Campaign for Interracial Friendship meeting, UK; 1959
Celebrities at a Stars Campaign for Interracial Friendship (SCIF) meeting. The organisation promotes anti-racism amongst celebrities. Shown in close-up here are musicians Cleo Laine, Yana, and Lonnie Donegan. UK; 1959. (LCA6661A - AEVZ001J)
Music: Sir Johnny Dankworth dies aged 82; Music: Sir Johnny Dankworth dies aged 82
22.5.2002 (T22050213) London: Royal Academy: EXT Johnny Dankworth along with Cleo Laine
Queen and Prince Philip Collection 4
Queen and Prince Philip Collection 4; T15020203 15.2.02: Princess Margaret Funeral in Windsor: arrivals; coffin carried to hearse as Queen watches; voxpops; intvw Cleo Laine; flowers and messages
Queen and Duke of Edinburgh visit Milton Keynes
Queen and Duke of Edinburgh visit Milton Keynes; Cleo Laine (Singer) (wearing fur trimmed grey coat) along on pitch / Councillor Mike Barry (Mayor of Milton Keynes) speech SOT / Children dressed in white run onto pitch
Royalty: Funeral of Princess Margaret
Royalty: Funeral of Princess Margaret; ITN Windsor: St George's Chapel: MSs Crowds of mourners behind barriers (2 SHOTS) FADE TO INT GV & MS Coffin of Princess Margaret adorned with personal standard & white roses as ceremonial guards standing by GV Chapel EXT Dame Cleo Laine (Friend of Princess Margaret) interviewed SOT - It was sad, we were very close to her, had some wonderful moments Christopher Warwick (Princess Margaret's official biographer) interviewed SOT - Whole thing was supremely beautiful, one in which I'm sure Margaret would have had a hand MS Hearse carrying coffin along past crowds of mourners PAN FADE TO SIDE LMS Coffin carried along into vault FADE TO
Music: Sir Johnny Dankworth dies aged 82; Music: Sir Johnny Dankworth dies aged 82
15.2.2002 ENGLAND: Windsor: EXT Johnny Dankworth (Jazz Musician) standing with his wife Cleo Laine (Jazz Singer) as being interviewed 22.5.2002 (T22050213) London: Royal Academy: Johnny Dankworth along with his wife, jazz singer Cleo Laine
Cleo Laine
I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song