Presidential election 1st round: The push of the RN in Saumur
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Prince Albert, Duke of York, attends ceremony in London at Cenotaph, WWI memorial for war dead
Malaysian Port & Boats
The Malaysian port city of Melaka. Two shots of sailing vessels lining docks that lead to the open sea, an Asian sailboat sails past a marker, three sailboats in the calm straits. DOC - 1970's - CLR
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A REPORT ON ROADS
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RELIGION
KIDS COLOR WITH MAGIC MARKERS. ARTS AND CRAFTS
TAOS PUEBLO INDIANS
ORIG. COLOR 325 SIL LS CEMETERY. CU CROSS-DECEASED NAMES " HENRY LEFT HAND. " CU RECTANGULAR GRAVESTONE OF " JEAN GERONIMO MARABAL ". VARIOUS SHOTS OTHER GRAVESTONES AND MARKERS. LS ADOBE HOUSES. CU HORSE. LS CORRAL. VARIOUS SHOTS WOMEN ENTERING CHURCH. VARIOUS SHOTS GRAVE MARKERS. CI: BUILDINGS: CEMETERIES. ANIMALS: HORSES.
DUFAF AL-NEIL BAGHDAD SCHOOL OPENING 2
16:02:37:07 VS of school supplies (white glue, sprial notebooks, pencils, markers, etc.) laid out on tables/ CU on pack of multi-colored construction paper/ VS CUs on return addresses from Arkansas, N ...
U.S. 1st Army conducts memorial ceremony, at site of first U.S. cemetery, Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, in World War II
Memorial Ceremony (including Roman Catholic Mass) for fallen U.S. troops, held on June 10, 1944 during World War 2. The location is Omaha Beach, St. Laurent sur Mer, Normandy France, where the U.S. 1st Army established the first American military cemetery in France, during World War II. U.S. troops line the area. An altar is set up on the hood of a jeep parked in the sand. An Army Colonel standing in rear of the jeep reads from a notebook. Soldiers all stand with heads bowed. Among them are African American soldiers of the 320th Battalion. A Chaplain's assistant sits at a keyboard instrument next to the jeep. A Roman Catholic Army Chaplain in white clerical robes conducts a mass. Numerous grave markers can be seen in the distant background marking graves of soldiers who died in the invasion of Normandy. Several French civilians stand with the soldiers, who bow heads in prayer. The Chaplain administers holy communion to kneeling soldiers. A French civilian woman places flowers near recent temporary grave markers of U.S. fallen (stakes bearing their dog tags). A color guard stands with American flag, as squad of riflemen fire gun salutes. Three French civilians stand by the flowers. U.S. Army bugler blows taps. All present salute the fallen. Some individual soldiers walk to the markers of their friends. Location: Normandy France. Date: June 10, 1944.
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TV Variety
MAGIC MARKER DRAWINGS OF TIED EYES, COLORED IN DIFFERENT COLOR " VISINE GETS THE RED OUT " TV COMMERCIAL
The large format: soup: the new winning recipe of industrialists and restaurateurs
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
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Midwestern Cities
Driver's point of view of a War Memorial tower in Kansas City, Missouri, followed by shot of the city's skyline. A Ford station wagon pulls a camping trailer past the state capitol at Lincoln, Nebraska, followed by static shot of the same building. A mother and son tour Boot Hill in Dodge City. A two longhorn cattle heads protrude from a brick monument. Closeup of a steer, followed by a cowboy herding cattle. Two shots of oil derricks on lawn of state capitol in Oklahoma City. DOC/WA - 1952 - CLR
Arizona, Land of Color & Contrast
Arizona, Land of Color & Contrast Paul Hoefler 0 1950s Color National Parks Color National Parks North America United States Arizona A visit to Arizona in the 1950s. Standard Oil of California presents Arizona, Land of Color and Contrast. cactus field, desert, lone cactus with blue sky, mountains, flaming sunset with cacti, Betatakin indian pueblo village cliff house in large cave north of Tuba City, Verde River, Montezuma Castle cliff dwelling, Casa Pueblo Grande Hohokam Indian Village ruins, Lochiel, Marcos de Niza monument near Nogales, Tumac���¡cori mission, Mission San Xavier del Bac near Tucson, friar walks through garden, Tubac Mexican presidio, Santa Cruz valley, Tombstone, stagecoach pulls up, people in 19th century western costumes, Gunfight at OK corral re-enactment, grave markers, desert with cacti, spring flowers, Joshua trees in bloom, Beavertails, hedgehog cactus, Palo Verde tree, saguaro cactus blossoms, crude irrigation canal, Theodore Roosevelt Dam on the Salt River, Coolidge Dam on the Gila River, Casa Grande valley, orange tears, cotton plants and harvesting, cotton picking machine, bales of cotton, Hoover Dam on the Colorado River, lettuce farm, picking lettuce, carrots, Coconino National Forest sign, skiing down San Francisco peaks, Flagstaff snowbowl, chain saw cutting down large tree, logging Ponderosa pines, bulldozer, logs on truck, diesel train loaded with logs, logs dumped into river, lumber mill, milled boards, grazing cows, Brahman cow, hereford cow, fat steer with big horns, apache cowboys, cowhands shoeing horses, Chiricahua National Monument rock formations, Ajo copper pit mine, Bisbee, Jerome, Douglas, train full of copper ore, dude ranch, tourists ride horses through ranch gate and cactus, cookout, woodie station wagon, resort pool, sunbathers, lounge chairs, resort hotel, diving board, western swing dancing, lots of twirling, Flagstaff fourth of July powwow indian parade, indians dance down street in feathered headdresses, indian crafts, painting clay pottery, weaving baskets, Desert Caballeros parade Wickenburg,rising through desert, Phoenix Courthouse, modern pueblo homes, large rodeo parade in downtown Phoenix, marching bands, cheerleaders, rodeo grounds, parade with flags, horses jumping over cars, bucking bulls, bucking broncos, calf wrestling, Prescott, Bucky O'Neil memorial statue, Nogales, border crossing into Mexico, downtown Yuma, bridge, territorial prison now museum, Tucson downtown, University of Arizona, pan across Painted Desert, Meteor Crater near Winslow, Petrified Forest near Holbrook, petrified logs, Grand Canyon aerial view, cowboy leading pack animal train into Havasupai Canyon, community schoolhouse, stone church, Supai indians, Havasu creek,Navajo falls, Havasu Falls, Little Oak Creek, Verde River, Monument Valley, Navajo indians grazing sheep, women weaving rugs. TFA-117B
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JOHN EHRLICHMAN / CAMP DAVID SIGN
ORIG. COLOR 75 SOF / MAG. SU TOMLINSON ON JOHN EHRLICHMAN AS NIXON CAMPAIGN SURROGATE. PAN SHOT CAMP DAVID COMPOUND ACCESS ROAD & SIGN MARKER. CI: GEOGRAPHIC: MARYLAND, CAMP DAVID.
The first American military cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, France, established on June 8, 1944, in World War II
View from a 4-engine airplane in flight over altocumulus clouds. Setting sun creates pink colors. Scene changes abruptly to views, inland from Omaha Beach, at Colleville-sur-Mer, France, of the temporary military battlefield cemetery established by the U.S. First Army, on June 8, 1944, right after the Allied invasion of Normandy, in World War 2. Simple wooden crosses mark the graves of the fallen Americans, each identified by one of their dog tags fastened to the marker. Location: Normandy France. Date: 1944.
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French Gen. Jean de Lattre de Tassigny signs agreement with Cambodian King Norodom Sihanouk during First Indochinese War
Tonight Let's All Make Love In London
01:00:04:29 - INTERSTELLAR OVERDRIVE-Pink Floyd in background--used as soundrack. The City Happening/Tonite Let's All Make Love In London Color, documentary. Starts w/ quick cuts of blurred, bright colors and neon lights--Coca Cola signs. 01:00:36:23 - dancing, crying girls. Good CU of women's faces. 01:00:56:03 - Ultra-blurred, psychedelic pan of face. 02:01:12:00 - MS girl's legs, dancing. 01:01:23:15 - CU of unknown drummer. 01:01:26:05 - slo-mo CU Jimi Hendrix. 01:01:35:09 - slo-mo shots of Jimi Hendrix Experience. 01:01:39:28 - CU magazine:Playboy On The Town In London: A Swinger's Guide To Good Times In The Land Of Mod. 01:01:44:25 - CU hands unfastening bra. 01:01:50:02 - CU marker drawing circle on skin. 01:01:56:19 - Girl w/ bare top, silver skirt. Looks at reflection of eye in belt. 01:02:04:28 - Photo girl's legs in lace stockings. 01:02:09:19 - Nude girl drawing psychedelic patterns on body. 01:02 :36:21 - Stills showing UK media outcry on youth culture. 01:02:56:03 - CU Julie Christie followed by other women. 01:03:20:19 - Woman dances in front of psychedelic projection. 01:04:43:22 - Blurred, neo-psychedic shots of London. 01:04:54: 10 - CU Michael Caine, smoking: 01:05:05:10 - THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD-Unknown performer. Royal guardsmen marching and shots of public at large in London. 01:06:37:29 - Upper class people. 01:08:02:00 - Dolly girls GREAT CU of girl w/ Mary Quant-style 60's hair-do. 01:08:06:22 - various shots of girls seen. 01:08:56:00 - Woman talks about Dollygirls. 01:09:52:14 - people dancing in club. Some good 60's fashions. 01:11:08:07 - Women talk about sex. 01:13:47:03 - LS crowd in Trafalgar Square. Protest march. 01:14:25:25 - B/W footage WWII planes. 01:14:40:27 - Eric Burdon & the Animals seen playing the song When I was Young. 01:17:36:26 - Word POP shown big--from Roy Lichtenstein painting. 01:17:41:18 - B/W dancers on British Top of the Pops mid 60's TV show. Filmed off TV screen. 01:17:48:14 - Quick, grainy cuts of Jimi Hendrix performing. 01:18:00:28 - Pink Floyd seen performing 01:18:10:20 - CU Roger Waters. 01:18:26:12 - Andrew Loog Oldham: I'm proud of most things... naturally, the biggest thing is the Rolling Stones. But one never sits around and say yeah, I'm proud of that because there's always tomorrow. Interviewer: What will happen tomorrow? I've no idea, but I haven't got enough time to think about today, so I've just got time to think about tomorrow. 01:18:55:02 - CU dials on mixing board. Unknown performers at recording session w/ Oldham producing. 01:22:01:13 - Oldham stretches & yawns. 01:22:06:09 - Oldham: I don't enjoy money in every end......then I couldn't write articles like Paul Getty in Playboy, like what to do with this tuppence and what to do with the other thruppence. I just have personal things I need money for whether it's business or what. What do you intend to do other than pop music? I really don't know, I've suddenly got reinterested in pop music again after going thru a fairly bored stage and I've got vague I deas of what I might do...I would like to go into films when the time is right. Althogh I've no real knowledge of it now, I'd intend to become interested in politcs.... 01:01:23:18:19 - CU girl in audience crying. 01:23:22:08 - Rolling Stones performing HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER, BABY (STANDING IN THE SHADOWS)-. Mick Jagger facing band, back to camera. 01:23:22:10 - Mick suddenly swings round to face audience. 01:23:28:16 - Person from audience jumps on stage, tries to grab Mick then goes back in crowd. 01:23:31:29 - Good MS Mick, wipes sweat from eye. 01:23:42:06 - Good shot audience from stage, behind Mick. Girl jumps on stage and is brought off by bouncers. 01:23:49:24 - GREAT shot of stage chaos as many people get on stage and are promptly thrown off. 01:23:53:21 - GREAT profile Brian Jones looking amused. 01:23:56:17 - Crowd mayhem. Crowd seems to have seized a guitar. 01:24:11:09 - Girl jumps on Mick and wrestles with her! 01:24:19:02 - Interview Mick. GREAT CU. Mick: It's strange to say, but the violence of it which is one part, which if you as most young people they'd say they don't like the violence or the war or they don't like that, then they themselves are violent, which doesn't seem to make sense. Interviewer: But you encourage them. Mick: I don't think you have to be violent to overcome it, but some people do, so when they're violent against the police, it's the only way they have of showing it, because they're not organized. Interviewer: How would you organize them? Mick: I wouldn't want to organize them---I don't feel like I'm a leader of them, whoever we're talking about. If you're a realist and you see the world as it really is, you can be just as angry and right from anger. 01:25:26:16 - GREAT CU Mick smiling. 01:25:27:20 - Mick: But I don't think I'm screwed up and I must write this song about that--it doesn't happen like that--it's a luck of people liking what you do--it's not a secret or anything, it's just doing the best you can and putt ing everything you've got into it and hoping people will like it. There's no secret to that--either peple do like it or they don't. Most people know about it--they have to know you exist which is a very important part if you're somebody new an dyou're starting out. In pop music, everyone has to know you exist. If they know you exist and they hear what you have to offer, either they like you or they don't. And if they don't like you, which is what happened to us in America---people knew about us, but they didn't like us-they didn't buy our records until Satisfaction which was a really big record. I just feel partof the thing that started off. This isn't the first generation that's questioned the morals of the last generation, but it's one of the first generations that's not had to worry about the material things. If your hungry, you haven't got time to worry about morals. When I say morals, I mean things like fighting wars or whether this is right for this society to do that --if you're hungry and if your stomach's full of food, you can start worrying about 'em . And this is what's happened and people will worry & worry more and they'll have less and less work do. The machines will do it for 'em. They'll have to work 4 hours a day and the rest of the time they'll have to something else. It isn't going to be just people jumping around and swimming and reading books and going to movies 'cos that'll get really boring really quickly. 01:27:48:02 - Julie Christie talks about acting. 01:29:22:26 - Michael Caine talks about freedom, short skirts, morals 01:32:10:13 - Alan Aldridge paints woman's body. 01:33:40:12 - Alan Aldridge talks about his art. 01:13:07:24 - David Hockney interviewed. 01:41:35:29 - (??) talks about London nightlife followed by shots of people in London nightclubs. 01:42:48:02 - Lee Marvin in soldier's uniform interviewed. 01:43:34:18 - People around street musician playing. 01:43:56:08 - slo-mo, shots of psychedelic lights and people dancing. 01:45:20:15 - Allen Ginsberg reads poem over b shots of colored lights, people and faces.
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