Horseback Riders in Meadow
A group of horseback riders take a break in a meadow in one of Canada's prairie provinces.
DN-LB-532 Beta SP
Winter Sports Draw Sweltering Crowd At Fair
CUTS / OUT TAKES for EX. KING GEORGE AND QUEEN ELIZABETH (aka EX-KING GEORGE AND QUEEN ELIZABETH) from G 1323 reel 2 of 2
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for EX. KING GEORGE AND QUEEN ELIZABETH in G 1323. The original stories are also on Pathe Master tape *PM0632*. <br/> <br/>Good C/U of Queen Elizabeth. Various shots of ex-King and Queen of Greece walking across meadow followed by parade of people in fancy dress. M/S of Queen Elizabeth fiddling with King Canute's sword. M/S of the royal couple without weirdoes in fancy dress in background. M/S of Queen placing Viking's helmet on King Canute's head. M/S of King with his arm around a girl perched on a wall. M/S of man with megaphone shouting instructions to royal couple, King Canute and another woman as they walk across a field. Otherwise, shots are same or similar to those in edited stories - see separate records for details. <br/> <br/>See separate record for cuts, reel 1 of 2.
US Central Park - New Yorkers enjoy the day after the blackouts relaxing in the park
TAPE: EF03/0735 IN_TIME: 21:53:49 DURATION: 1:40 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: New York - 15 Aug 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot, Sheep's Meadow, Central Park 2. Wide shot, Bethesda Fountain, Central Park 3. Dog taking a stroll in the fountain 4. Close-up, people eating ice cream cones 5. Youths playing football in Sheep's Meadow 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Bloomberg, Mayor, New York City: "New Yorker's should use their best judgement as to whether they go to work. As I said last night, there are worse things than taking a summer Friday off from work." 6. Couple playing volleyball in Sheep's Meadow 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Liza Soidan, New Yorker: "I'm not really sure if I'm off, I kind of just took it. Yeah, I did the same thing, I took it off." 8. Pan left, mother with twin babies on blankets 9. Mother with baby on lap 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jennifer Rosenblum, New Yorker: "Airports, delays and there are still a lot of power outages, getting the kids food and all that stuff was just too much to go away right now. So here we are, this is vacation." 11. Various saxophonist in Central Park 12. Men walking in Central Park 13. Wide shot, Central Park with Plaza Hotel in background 14. Central Park carriage trotting through the park 15. Couple riding in horse carriage, SOUNDUP: "Blackout or not, New York is a great place to be...Central Park." STORYLINE: The day after, may not be so bad. The day after the nation's largest power outage in history many Manhattanites took the day off from work, beating the heat with ice cream cones and tossing a football and headed for Central Park, the 834 acres of woods and meadows in the centre of the city. And, after all, they were just following New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's orders. New York's subway system remained paralyzed, as did its two major commuter railroads and Mayor Michael Bloomberg encouraged the locals to treat Friday as a 90-degree snow day - stay home from work and relax. To reinforce their point, all state parks and beaches were open to the public for free. Bloomberg said: "New Yorker's should use their best judgement as to whether they go to work. As I said last night, there are worse things than taking a summer Friday off from work." He also praised New Yorkers for their calm response to the massive power failure and compared it against the looting and chaos of the last great blackout in 1977. Indeed, in Central Park the scene was serene. Families found relief from the heat under a large tree in Sheep's Meadow, dogs played in Central Park's fountain and New York's troubles seemed far away.
The "Road of Tomorrow" in the Ford Exposition, and other views of the New York World's Fair.
From the Ford Motor Company produced film, "Scenes From the World of Tomorrow" documenting the 1939-1940 World's Fair in New York City. Views at the Ford Exposition where fair visitors get into a new 1940 car by Ford, Lincoln, or Lincoln Zephyr for a ride on the "Road of Tomorrow" demonstrating modern highway advances. Views from within a car traveling on the "Road of Tomorrow" with narration describing the scenes, including the Spiral Ramp. Multiple Ford cars traveling on the Spiral Ramp and through a tunnel in the Ford Building at the fair. The Landscape Garden Court with fountains and plantings. The "New World Ensemble" playing together on a bandstand. An exhibition of dancers. They dance beneath a giant sign, "Savoy - World's Greatest Colored Dancers". Couples skate on an ice rink. A ski jumper demonstrates ski jumping. View of the Parachute Jump "Life Saver" ride in action. Men push adult women in large covered strollers. Souvenir and snack stands, and people eating on park benches as well as restaurants at the Fair. Night views of fountains, lights shows, and fireworks. Location: Flushing Meadows New York USA. Date: 1940.
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
Hiking - white couple walk through meadow w/ packs on, trees in BG and mountains w/ clouds.
James Burmeister Trial (02/13/1997)
The murder trial of James Burmeister continues in Fayetteville, NC with testimony by Randy Meadows. The prosecution is trying to prove that the killings of the african american couple were an initiation into a white supremacist, neo-nazi organization in the Fayetteville area.
Spring Census
Animals in British Columbia national parks: various MSs, CUs and LSs of bears, adult and cub, strolling in front of camera, resting, climbing trees. Shot of couple of deer resting, grazing in meadow. CU of wapiti grazing, resting in lea. MS of two does resting in grass. Various shots, mostly LSs and MSs, of mountain sheep, mountain goats, and young, running rapidly up slope, grazing, fighting. MSs of ram, of ewes and lambs moving to an fro in front of camera. Shot of four men having a hard time immobilizing young mountain sheep in order to mark it. LS of two moose swimming acroos river. Shot of man finding a child lying in tall grass. Sequence showing men "branding" doe and releasing it.
SJT CANTAL THE LEAST POLLUTING DEPARTMENT _ CLERMONT FD
FR3 / France 3
KING AND QUEEN CONQUER USA
Full titles read: "KING AND QUEEN CONQUER THE USA" <br/> <br/>L/S's of King George VI (Duke of York / Prince Albert) and the Queen Elizabeth (Duchess of York / Queen Mother) stepping off a train at Washington D.C. Station in the United States of America. They are greeted by several dignitaries. The King and Queen are seen walking past the Coronation Scot. L/S's and M/S's of the royal couple at the White House in Washington meeting President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor. <br/> <br/>L/S's of the King and Queen at the British Embassy garden party. The King is seen talking to the American banker JP Morgan. L/S's of the King and Queen seating in a n open topped car. L/S's of the warship "Warrington" leaving Washington with the King and Queen and head for New York. Their majesties are greeted by the governor Herbert Lehmann. The Queen is handed a large bouquet of flowers. They are then driven to the World's Fair at Flushing Meadow, huge crowds line the streets. <br/> <br/>L/S of the World's Fair building. The King and Queen are shown around the Fair by it's President Mr Grover Whalen. Several shots of the spectacular fountains in the exhibition. Good M/S's of portraits of the King and Queen.
US Central Park - New Yorkers enjoy the day after the blackouts relaxing in the park
TAPE: EF03/0735 IN_TIME: 21:53:49 DURATION: 1:40 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: New York - 15 Aug 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot, Sheep's Meadow, Central Park 2. Wide shot, Bethesda Fountain, Central Park 3. Dog taking a stroll in the fountain 4. Close-up, people eating ice cream cones 5. Youths playing football in Sheep's Meadow 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Bloomberg, Mayor, New York City: "New Yorker's should use their best judgement as to whether they go to work. As I said last night, there are worse things than taking a summer Friday off from work." 6. Couple playing volleyball in Sheep's Meadow 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Liza Soidan, New Yorker: "I'm not really sure if I'm off, I kind of just took it. Yeah, I did the same thing, I took it off." 8. Pan left, mother with twin babies on blankets 9. Mother with baby on lap 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jennifer Rosenblum, New Yorker: "Airports, delays and there are still a lot of power outages, getting the kids food and all that stuff was just too much to go away right now. So here we are, this is vacation." 11. Various saxophonist in Central Park 12. Men walking in Central Park 13. Wide shot, Central Park with Plaza Hotel in background 14. Central Park carriage trotting through the park 15. Couple riding in horse carriage, SOUNDUP: "Blackout or not, New York is a great place to be...Central Park." STORYLINE: The day after, may not be so bad. The day after the nation's largest power outage in history many Manhattanites took the day off from work, beating the heat with ice cream cones and tossing a football and headed for Central Park, the 834 acres of woods and meadows in the centre of the city. And, after all, they were just following New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's orders. New York's subway system remained paralyzed, as did its two major commuter railroads and Mayor Michael Bloomberg encouraged the locals to treat Friday as a 90-degree snow day - stay home from work and relax. To reinforce their point, all state parks and beaches were open to the public for free. Bloomberg said: "New Yorker's should use their best judgement as to whether they go to work. As I said last night, there are worse things than taking a summer Friday off from work." He also praised New Yorkers for their calm response to the massive power failure and compared it against the looting and chaos of the last great blackout in 1977. Indeed, in Central Park the scene was serene. Families found relief from the heat under a large tree in Sheep's Meadow, dogs played in Central Park's fountain and New York's troubles seemed far away.
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Horseback Riders in Meadow
A group of horseback riders take a break in a meadow in one of Canada's prairie provinces.
Canadian Farmer
ECU of two men forking sheaves of oats. CS of farmer oiling gas engine, drive pulley and belt in foreground. MSs of boy driving tractor-drawn wagon, of farmhand forking sheaves of oats onto wagon. Shot of second tractor-drawn wagon passing in foreground, homestead in background. MS of men forking sheaves from stoops onto wagon in oat field. LS of baled hay in meadow, windbreak of maple trees in distant background. CS of lily pads in pool, eyes and head of bullfrog at left in foreground. Shot of dog lying in reeds, getting up, barking, disappearing. CS of field of white cockle flowers, farm buildings in background. CU of plant of corn in field, TILT UP, PAN left to MLS of rows of corn. Shots of man and boy working in garden. Shot of mowing machine, of tractor being backed to it for coupling. Shot of elderly man selecting firewood from scrap lumber. Profile shot of man. Shot of man sitting on bale of hay in field, tractor and wagon approaching from right. Shot of two men loading bales on wagon. MS of man putting bales on conveyor. Shot of conveyor carrying bales to barn loft. CS of bales being placed on conveyor.
SBY-16 Beta SP
SALISBURY HOME MOVIES: MID 1940s
Private residents of telephony and internet for 6 months in Heiligenberg
Grand Est
Lucas.Film.Set
LUCAS FILM STUDIOS ARE ERECTING A NEW MOVIE SET AT A UNIQUE LOCATION.
RUND UM Memory of Marmoutier
Grand Est
MISC. SPORTS
NEXT COUPLE INTERNATIONAL FREE DANCE - DANIEL AND VIRGINIA GILMETTI -FROM EAST MEADOW, NEW YORK BEGIN THEIR PERFORMANCE - VARIOUS SHOTS EXERCISE IN PROGRESS - VOICE OVER CRITIQUES. SCORES:
COWES ON THAMES (aka COWES-ON-THAMES)
Bourne End, Thames Valley, Buckinghamshire. <br/> <br/>Title: "Cowes - on Thames. Welcome return of Summer weather at Race for the Queen's Cup". <br/> <br/>M/S of a row of sailing dinghies moored to a jetty, people on the decks pulls ropes and unfurl sails. Various shots of same boats sailing about on the River Thames, with scenic view of hills and cows grazing on meadows in the background. The boats appear to be taking part in a regatta; they sail around a marker buoy. <br/> <br/>After a few seconds of spacing, item resumes at 01:04:38. More shots of dinghies sailing about rural bit of the Thames; very leisurely and idyllic looking. M/S of a rotund man standing on the jetty with his back to the camera. He is looking at a woman polishing the woodwork on a moored dinghy. More shots of sailing. M/S of people on the deck of the ship, a large women walks past carrying an oar. Various shots of the large woman and her crew paddling her boat away from the jetty. M/S of an elderly couple on their boat, together they hoist up the sail. More shots of sailing.
07/17/68 A0051161 QUEENS, NEW YORK - AT THE SITE OF THE 1964 - 65 WORLD'S FAIR PEOPLE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AN OUTDOOR TERRACE AT THE LAKE, SAILING AND PADDLING TO ESCAPE THE CITY'S HEAT
07/17/68 A0051161 QUEENS, NEW YORK - AT THE SITE OF THE 1964 - 65 WORLD'S FAIR PEOPLE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AN OUTDOOR TERRACE AT THE LAKE, SAILING AND PADDLING TO ESCAPE THE CITY'S HEAT UNCUT "HOT WEATHER" SHOWS: PEOPLE EAT AT OUTDOOR RESTAURANT, UNDER UMBRELLAS AT LAKE; PEOPLE IN SAILBOATS; JIMMY STAMATALOS RIDES IN SPEED BOAT AND DOES HANDSTAND JUST TO KEEP A LITTLE COOLER; COUPLE IN PADDLE BOAT; GIRL REPORTER AND SCENES HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE CROWED INTO POOL (SHOT 7/17/68 - 100FT) GYMNASTICS STAMATALOS, JIMMY BOATS - PADDLE BOAT RECREATION LAKES - NEW YORK - NEW YORK - FLUSHING MEADOW WEATHER - NEW YORK - NEW YORK BOATS - SAIL BOATS ALLALOUF / 100 FT / 16 NEG / D20449
AFP-22AG 16mm; VTM-22AG Beta SP
TV COMMERCIALS 14
Arriving At The Motorcycle Rally
Motorcyclists arrive at Laconia, New Hampshire and set up camp at the beginning of a weeklong rally. Dozens of cycles roll down country roads. People stand around parked cycles. Shots of participants putting up tents amidst their bikes. CU of an African American biker with a decorated cap. WS shows tents in a meadow with big trees and a mountain ridge in the distance. Great shots of fifties bikers couples and fashions.
RACIAL KILLING FOLO (12/08/1995)
YET ANOTHER ARREST HAS BEEN MADE IN YESTERDAY'S KILLING OF AN AFFRICAN AMERICAN COUPLE IN FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. TWENTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD RANDY MEADOWS, A SOLDIER AT FORT BRAGG, NORTH CAROLINA, WAS ARRESTED LATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON. MEADOWS IS SUSPECTED OF DRIVING THE CAR DURING THE CRIME. HE IS THE THE THIRD MEMBER OF THE 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION TO HAVE BEEN ARRESTED FOR THE MURDERS. THE OTHER TWO, MALCOLM WRIGHT, AGE 21, AND JAMES BURMEISTER, 20, WERE ARRESTED THURSDAY. INVESTIGATORS SUSPECT THE MURDERS WERE RACIALLY AFTER FINDING NAZI FLAGS, SEVERAL PAMPHLETS, AND RESISTANCE MAGAZINES IN THE TRAILER WHERE THE TWO WERE ARRESTED. FORT BRAGG OFFICIALS SAY THE MEN'S INVOLVEMENT IS AN ISOLATED INCIDENT, AND THAT THEY AREREVIEWING ALL THE UNITS OF THE 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION FOR TYPES OF ACTIVITIES THEY SAY ARE "INCONSISTENT WITH THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF MILITARY SERVICE." THE THREE COULD FACE THE DEATH PENALTY IN THE SHOOTING DEATHS OF 36-YEAR-OLD MICHAEL JAMES AND 27-YEAR-OLD JACKIE BURDEN, BOTH OF FAYETTEVILLE.