CELEBRITIES
Sound Bite: Troy Gentile – “Mark” – Hotel for Dogs I like how dogs watch there own TV’s, I like how they focus, maybe have some runs in there, for the dogs to run, you know, have a little doggie park in there somehow, dogs are hard animals to handle, but there great dependent loving things, so, it’s really hard what I would do, but I would make them have a lot runs, and run lose a lot.
Oskee Wee Wee
Various shots of Grey Cup parade in Ottawa, of Lorne Greene, Miss Grey Cup, of Grey Cup trophy riding on back of convertible. Shots of children and adults watching parade, majorettes, bands and floats. Shots of two Saint Bernard dogs complete with rum casks around their necks. TILT DOWN from banner re Grey Cup high on facade of Chateau Laurier to group of VIP's watching from balcony. CS of cameraman at work.
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Welcome Guest in the House, A
New year: greeting cards make resistance
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
1959
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - b&w newsreel - Beverly Hills Easter parade - various views of crowds at parade - Blums department store sign - Wilson 's House of Leather - kids block street & make faces to camera - c/u h/a up to man on stilts - front & back view of man on stilts - holds Easter lily flower - c/u George Putnam - lassoes rope on horse back - equestrian rider - c/u Art Linkletter atop back seat of convertible car w/ family - sticks up leg w/ no shoe on foot - smiles & laughs - Linkletter is Grand Marshall of Easter parade - c/u Beverly Hills cops on motorcycles - drive down street - c/u dog & baby donkey in parade - harnessed to small wagon - cat lies atop donkey - c/u girl waving & sucking finger watching parade - c/u male puppet - hat gets thrown on him - c/u young lady observes - c/u crowds - women wears French roll hairstyles - c/u man gives autograph - c/u Jerry Mathers - Leave it to Beaver star - c/u Barbara Billingsley - Tony Dow ( Wally ) - Anthony Eisly - Connie Stevens (face not visible) - c/u Lyle Bettger - grand jury - Desilu - c/u Beryl Davis & family - c/u Cesar Romero - signs autograph - c/u Elana Eden - c/u Earl Holliman - star of Hotel de Paree CBS - c/u Carole Wells - National Velvet star for MGM - child star - c/u Ricardo Montalban - c/u Ann B. Davis - winds her movie camera - takes movies of camera - c/u Donna Reed in bonnet - c/u actress w/ 2 boys - she kisses one - actresses wear Easter bonnets - c/u female actress - Patrice Wymore - signs autographs - c/u Bob Barker - TV personality & show host
ESSEX TV
OC 900 SOF / MAG / SIL ROLL A FTG OF EXT FARMHOUSE NEAR ESSEX, CALIFORNIA. VS FARM ANIMALS, SHOT OF HUGE TURKEY WALKING IN YARD. VS DOGS, CATS, ETC. INTS SEVERAL HOUSES SHOWING FAMILIES WATCHING TELEVISION (TV) TOGETHER. INTV W/ SEVERAL LOCAL CHILDREN ON TV VIEWING HABITS. VS FREIGHT TRAIN CROSSING DESERT, TURNED GOLDEN BY SUNLIGHT. VS SUN OVER DESERT. VS LOCAL YOUTHS PRACTISING SQUARE DANCING IN GYM. INTV W/ RURAL GAS STATION OWNER, TELLS OF ENTIRE TOWN OF ESSEX APPEARING AS GUESTS ON JOHNNY CARSON TV SHOW.
TV Dog; 1/25/90
Remote Control, Television switches Channel, Dog watches television
RR FUNDRAISER
00:00:00:00 RR receives stuffed dog at unid mtg. RR SOT ab his dog reax watching westerns on tv. (0:00)/
The 90's, episode 307: VIDEO KIDS
00:20 Cold open with Jade Carroll. TV woos you in - you watch it and sometimes you become a TV addict! 1:13 Martha Dewing by Skip Blumberg. Martha Dewing, editor of Children's Video Report, cites some frightening statistics on the prevalence of TV in children's lives. She says that parents don't want their children to be exposed to violence on television, but it happens through ignorance. 03:17 Jade Carroll and Molly Kovel by Dee Dee Halleck. Jade and Molly, two young girls, review the findings of a Weekly Reader survey of 5th and 6th graders. This survey cla ims alarming levels of television viewing amongst children in this age category, including the fact that 23% call themselves TV addicts. However, the girls proudly proclaim themselves to be above this trend. As for Jade: I've gone months without watching TV. 05:51 Media Class by Appalshop and Suzie Wehling. A survey of the communications program at Whitesburg High School in Kentucky. Despite being located in one of the poorest counties in America, they have a newspaper, a weekly radio show and a video class. One girl comments as she puts the paper together: The reason people put what we do down is because we're doing stuff better than what they're doing. They're kind of amazed we got the skills to do that. 10:15 Rockin' Robin by Robbie Leppzer. In Holyoke, Massachusetts, four girls sing and perform Rockin' Robin. 12:48 Ariana by Skip Blumberg. Two little girls are asked what tape they'd like to rent at the video store if they could rent anything. The girls want to see The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover because it is NC-17 and they want to know what adult movies are all about. The girls think that adults are trying to hide funny parts and scary parts from them and that children are missing out on these funny things. 15:48 Philip Morris Protest by Skip Blumberg. Skip Blumberg talks to the security manager (who is smoking a pipe!) at the Philip Morris headquarters in New York about getting an interview, but he is denied on the grounds that he has no press credentials. A group of protesters surround the headquarters. Their grievances include the way Philip Morris targets children and they demand a stop to advertising near schools and playgrounds. Children make up a large portion of those protesters. Anti-smoking activist Rev. Calvin O. Butts attempts to lead a coalition that includes Chicago community activist and Catholic priest Fr. Michael Flager to speak with the heads of the company. They are denied. Butts promises to return and take over the building. 23:51 Erica Becker by Eddie Becker. Erika discusses the issue of teen smoking with her father. She says, Kids do things that are bad because their parents don't let them do stuff... I have friends who are smoking because their parents don't want them to smoke. Her dad counters, So you're saying you don't smoke because your parents encouraged you to smoke? She replies, No, but they say, 'It's your life. You can ruin it if you want to.' 28:26 More from Martha Dewing. We have to remember as adults that the kids are experiencing things now - they don't have any point of reference from three years ago, ten years ago - they're watching TV! 28:46 Copeira by Bart Friedman. Scenes from a class of young people learning the acrobatic martial art of Copeira in Salvador, Brazil. 30:28 Dr. Melanie Tarvalon by Starr Sutherland. Dr. Melanie Tarvalon, a pediatrician, says that black youths between 15-25 have a better chance of being killed than graduating from an institute of higher learning. There's nothing connected with color that makes African-American youth engage in violent behavior... This is a society that has violence everywhere you turn... I think its a mistake to blame African American youth for the violence that occurs in our communities. 32:13 Sean Parker by Fred Bridges. Ex-gang member Sean Parker warns a group of students against getting involved in gangs: Gang banging will take you further than you want to go, make you spend more than you want to pay, and keep you longer than you want to stay. Gang bangers don't live to become administrators or doctors and they don't live to become lawyers and judges. They live to become prisoners... or you will find them in the grave... 35:00 Schooled Down Home by Teresa Tucker-Davies. Piney Woods Academy in Mississippi orchestrates a program that brings down kids from Chicago housing projects to live in a safer environment. Philip Woods, a student in the program says, Everybody should get an opportunity to go down there and get a taste of that atmosphere down there... I thought I'd have to look over my shoulder for the rest of my life [to make sure that there was no one behind me]. 47:11 Irian Jaya by Mary Lou Witz. Kids in Irian Jaya, Indonesia scramble after a yellow balloon. 47:30 Betty Aberlin by Skip Blumberg. Aberlin from Mr. Rogers Neighborhood claims her success in children's programming is due to her arrested state of mental development, claiming she functions better in make believe than in reality. 47:48 Cheers Kids by Skip Blumberg. In Brooklyn, a troupe of young girls perform a rhythmic cheer: Hey Champions, ready for the first beat? Pick it up and bring back down... 49:14 Capital Children's Museum by Eddie Becker. In Washington D.C., we visit the animation lab at the Capital Children's Museum. Kids prepare the animated explosion of New York: It'll be funny to look at New York sink ... Chris Grotke talks about 5-year-old David Cook's piece, The New Exciting Galaxy of Space Dog and Space Kid from which some excerpts are shown. 53:06 Boy with a Microphone by Bill Stamets. Rutland, VT. A little boy with a microphone wanders around, interviewing residents of a farm. He comes across some pigs and asks, What do you explain? The pigs oink, to which he replies, Pigs, they don't explain anything. They're just pigs. He then tells the pigs to shut up when their oinking interrupts his investigation of a toy box. Access Only
News Clip: Concert
Video footage from the WBAP-TV television station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story about an Easter concert at Lee Park in Dallas by the Dallas Symphony featuring a performance of "Damnation of Faust," by Hector Burleeo. This footage includes the audience, including a puppy, watching the performance from the park lawn and an unidentified man watching a televised golf tournament from a portable television.
DOG WATCHES TV & CU VIDEO TITLES
A dog watches and barks at the television. CU of video box titles Lassie's Christmas Story and 101 Dalmations.
CU, ZO, MS, Shetland sheepdog with remote control in mouth sitting on sofa, watching TV
America - Picture Postcard Panorama
TFA-170E America - Picture Postcard Panorama A television travelogue hosted by Jack Douglas about a tour of picture postcard scenes in America Clip #: TFA-170E Length: 23:54 Color: Color Sound: Sound Decade: 1960s Region: North America Country: United States Original: 16mm 1960s, woman looking at postcards in revolving rack, New England, autumn, fall, cars driving on autumn tree lined highway, autumn colored leaves, autumn foliage, fall foliage, rural, man standing in water fishing, hunters walking with rifles, waterfall, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, harbor and cityscape along shore, man painting watercolor of shore cityscape and wharf, artist sketching portrait of woman with chalk, Town Crier making announcement about tide and sunset / sunrise times on street, people watching Town Crier speak, sand buggy driving up sandy hill, wind blowing on tall grass along beach, water rushing onto beach, lighthouse at sunset, Concord, Concord River, Old North Bridge, Minuteman statue, Minute Man, Philadelphia, Independence Square, adults and children looking at touching Liberty Bell in Independence Hall, Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, Arlington, Virginia, Changing of the Guard in front of Tomb of the Unknowns at dawn, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Shenandoah Valley, lush countryside, children walking into covered bridge, slow motion person riding horse jumping over pasture fences, Mennonite horse drawn buggies traveling to church on Sunday morning, Mennonites, George Washington steamer approaching dock on Potomac River, passengers walking on pier away from docked steamer, Mount Vernon, Georgia, Rome, Old Mill Water Wheel at Berry College, Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida, Mermaid Show, Cypress Gardens, boats on lagoon, waterski show, sunset over lagoon, Tennessee, Smoky Mountain ridges and valleys during Indian Summer, autumn foliage, fall foliage, autumn colored leaves, waterfall, mountain peak, smoky clouds obscuring hamlet, Kentucky, thoroughbred horses in Bluegrass pastures, women and men in period clothing singing My Old Kentucky Home, The Alamo, Alamo Mission, San Antonio, Texas, red Texas sky, White Sands National Monument, New Mexico, car driving on White Sands road, man walking through White Sands, plants in sand, Arizona, desert, sand dunes, Navajo Native Americans herding goats and sheep through desert, cacti / cactuses, flowers on cacti, Native American women on horseback, hole in ancient rock, snow falling on Grand Canyon Plateau, snow covered foliage, snow covered Grand Canyon, Colorado, Great Sand Dunes National Monument, desert, dead trees, blooming daisy at base of dead tree, traces of scrub vegetation, children playing in sand and climbing / rolling down sand dunes, Aspen, snow covered mountain, ski country, eskimo sled drawn by big team of husky dogs, Aspen Ski Carnival, people skiing at night holding purple torches, Wyoming, Devils Tower National Monument, cars driving to lot near Devils Tower base, Yellowstone National Park, waterfall, deer, antelope, moose, bear looking into car, geysers and hot springs, Old Faithful, Old Faithful during snowstorm, Yellowstone visitors and park at winter, bison in snow, people riding horses on trail ride in Yellowstone National Park at summer, Jackson Lake country, Grand Teton National Park, Teton Range, South Dakota, Black Hills, Mount Rushmore, aerial Mount Rushmore, Native Americans, Badlands National Monument, visitors taking photograph, Utah, Slate Gorge, mountain fishing, Oregon, Mount Hood towering over Portland cityscape, forested highway, Crater Lake, snow covered peaks reflected in lake, aerial Mount Edgecumbe, Alaska, woman looking at open car window through binoculars, Mount McKinley / Denali, Hawaii, Polynesian Village, women and children in grass skirts performing hula dances, catamaran against sunset sky, San Francisco, California, car pov driving over Golden Gate Bridge, fog rolling in from sea over obscured Golden Gate Bridge
EDWARD KENNEDY IN WASHINGTON DC
VS OF SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY (D-MASS) ENTERING THE GOOD WILL BAPTIST CHURCH IN WASHINGTON, DC. VS OF KENNEDY STANDING BY ENTRANCE, GREETING THE PEOPLE AS THEY ENTER THE CHURCH TO VOTE. VS OF SENATOR KENNEDY HOLDING THE LEASH OF A DOG WHILE THE DOG'S MASTER GOES TO CHURCH TO VOTE. CUTS OF THE PRESS. CR: 177 VS OF CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATE WALTER E FAUNTROY (D-DC). VS OF KENNEDY WAVING AT CROWD LEAVING CHURCH. CR: 239 VS OF KENNEDY ENTERING TELEVISION STUDIO. VS OF KENNEDY ON THE TELEVISION SET PREPARING FOR A LOCAL TV INTERVIEW. OVER THE SHOULDER SHOT OF CAMERAMAN WATCHING KENNEDY THROUGH VIEWFINDER. VS OF TELEVISION CAMERA AND CAMERAMAN. VS OF KENNEDY BEING INTERVIEWED ON SET BY TWO CORRESPONDENTS. VS OF TELEVISION STUDIO. CI: POLITICS: CAMPAIGNS, PRESIDENTIAL 1980. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, EDWARD. PERSONALITIES: FAUNTROY, WALTER.
TV Variety
TV COMMERCIAL - ANIMATED CHUCK WAGON DOG FOOD - SMALL ANIMATED WAGON GOES THROUGH DOOR STARTLED DOG WATCHES - CLASSIC COMMERCIAL CU SHOTS OF BOWL OF MEAT FOR DOGS WATER ADDED DOG EATING OUT OF BOWL
Locronan - when the village turns into a Christmas market. Generique de fin
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Persistent and Finagling
Various shots of a woman and a young man distributing leaflets for the Society To Overcome Pollution (STOP), Montreal's largest anti-pollution group, putting the leaflets into mail slots of residences in a residential district of Montreal. Shots of the two canvassers speaking to people on the street in downtown Montreal. TILT UP from a dog at a curb to children watching the canvassers. Shots of the women in charge of the STOP committee standing near their tour bus at Dominion Square, talking to passers by, affixing posters to the bus re "STOP POLLUTION TOUR". Shots of a newsreel cameraman from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) at work, of the camera. Another shot of the women from the STOP committee standing by, talking to a journalist from the CFCF television station. Various shots of the STOP group from the tour bus near the Dosco factory, journalists interviewing Ken Webb, a young student of air pollution at McGill University. Various interior shots inside the bus during the tour, passengers, speakers. CS of Roderick "Rod" Blaker speaking (Blaker was a local radio personality working at CJAD-AM and was asked by STOP to be the tour director and mediator). Shots of newspaper headlines re "British diplomat kidnapped" about the abduction of British diplomat James Cross in October 1970. Shot of McGill students boarding the STOP tour bus. Various shots of members of STOP interviewing people around the Dosco plant. Large sign re "DOSCO USINE MONTREAL". Shot of the STOP group in a yard, a company official in hard hat with them. Rear TRAVELLING SHOT of the tour bus following the camera car. MS of members of STOP and the press stepping down from the bus. CSs of Sheila Shulman, one of the main members of the STOP committee, addressing passengers during the tour bus. CS of NFB film director Michael Rubbo listening to a McGill University student sitting next to him. CS of another woman member of STOP addressing the passengers in the front of the bus. Shots of Rod Blaker speaking in the bus. MCS of a bus driver speaking into a microphone as he drives. Cut to a woman speaking into a tape recorder microphone, sitting next to Sheila Shulman. More shots of the bus driver and the passengers.
News Clip: Year In Review, 1953-1955
Video footage from the WBAP-TV television station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering news highlights from the years 1953, 1954, and 1955.
Silver Chalice Premiere
b&w newsreel story - narrated - The Silver Chalice World Premiere in Saranac, New York - Adirondack Mountains - celebrities - aerial over Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood c/u Virginia Mayo blow kiss to camera from airport tarmac as she boards The Silver Chalice Special airplane to New York premiere along with other celebrities - m/c four engine propeller / propeller United Airlines aircraft interior passenger cabin - c/u Marion Carr seated at window seat aerial eastbound over Los Angeles city basin c/u Ann Robinson looks out airplane window - aerial over Grand Canyon, Arizona - air-to-air of United Airlines plane airplane over New York city skyline - celebrity passengers deplane in NY airport - celeb Pedro Gonzalez - Gonzalez winter time - NY Central train arrives to Saranac station - snowing - snow on ground - large crowd awaits stars at platform c/u Virginia Mayo exits train and kisses young boy spectator fan on check - c/u boys - h/a Mayo and other celebs shake Saranac Mayor Anderson's hand - travell on horse and sleigh - cars on snowy mountain road ice carnival, band marches, town welcome for Hollywood celebs - ice skaters race by - Mayo presents trophy to winner of race, George Wilson - Ted Cabe, professional skater, jokes and clowns around on ice - almost falls, saved by Mayo girl ice skaters - c/u female skater spins in place - c/u feet, legs c/u sponsor of Christmas Seal Campaign, Art Linkletter (T.V. and radio star) crowned Carnival King, Mayo crowned Queen Mayo kisses Linkletter on cheek - c/u George O'Hanlen - small town parade in snow c/u Mayo and Tab Hunter in open parade car - Linkletter, Marion Carr, Ann Robinson led by huskie dog team in sled c/u store employees, workers w/ aprons on wave to camera Mr. and Mrs. George O'Hanlen in sleigh / sled - Alan Hale and Gonzalez-Gonzalez Saranac white jacketed Bobsled team march in parade - school children carry Christmas Seal symbols brief moving pov from car on snowy mountain road (2 seconds) arch of poles held high for celebs Mayo, Hunter walk hand-in-hand - celebs on sleigh or toboggan, some fall off c/u Mayo and Linkletter mess around in snow on ground - snowfight - c/u Mayo gets snow in face & mouth - funny torch light ski procession - Mayo and Hunter hold hands as they watch Alan Hale, Ann Robinson, Marian Carr actors in snowball fun - snow, ice skate, ski in torch light Gonzalez Gonzalez says he is a wetback in self-deprecating racist Mexican joke store owners wave from in front of their shops Roman era drama most of above stars and Saville interviewed by Art Linkletter
Various Subjects
DOGS: POLICE DOGS, SHOW DOGS, REGULAR DOGS PET CEMETARY. DOG WATERSKIS, DOG WATCHES TV,
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Our Changing Family Life
UT INAUGURATION VIEWING / PARK CITY
Bored Man and Dog Watching TV
A bored looking man and his dog sit on a striped couch and watch television (offscreen). The dog rests his head on his owners knee.