PRIVATE COACH
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. <br/> <br/>Various shots show a luxury coach picking up passenger for London in Aylesbury Market Square. Commentator tells us the journey is free, and is the idea of car dealer Raymond Way who wants to show people how a journey can be enjoyed. <br/> <br/>Former air hostess Doris Lambert directs passengers aboard the bus, then she climbs aboard and closes the door. The coach starts off on the journey down to London. Tracking shot of the coach en route - looks like it only goes as far as Kilburn, judging by signs on the side. <br/> <br/>The coach stops at a garage and cafe. On board we see a chef making a fried egg sandwich that Doris hands to a passenger. She then hands tea to a passenger. A man goes into the toilet, labelled 'Ladies and Gents Toilet - Wash and brush up'. Inside we see him shaving with Contour 6 (electric shaver). <br/> <br/>More shots of the coach driving along. M/S of driver Jock Ferrie, former Glasgow to London lorry driver. Doris switches on the amplifying system and makes an announcement to passengers (not heard). Passengers sit listening. <br/> <br/>Note: article on file explains that the coach was bringing customers from countryside areas to Raymond Way's car showrooms in Kilburn.
1954 The Long Long Trailer trailer
The Long Long Trailer - 1954 trailer - comedy - Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Marjorie Main, Keenan Wynn, Gladys Hurlbut - rice thrown on newlyweds - Just Married sign on back of car - policeman directs traffic - Arnaz struggles with shower head Ball struggles with eggs in frying pan - trailer slides into house - Ball jumps onto bed, falls off it - car hitched to trailer on freeway
Interview with Joseph Farah pt. 2
02:03:13>>>,INTERVIEWER: ( basically) discuss the way the Koran relates to Jerusalem.,One of the myths that you see in practically every news story, account of what is happening in the Middle East today is that Jerusalem is the disputed city, that Jerusalem represents the 3rd holiest site within Islam, and, of course, to the Jews, it's their capital. In fact, the intifada that began in 2000- the uprising- is called the Al- Aksa uprising, because of the Al- Aksa Mosque on the Temple Mount. The truth is that - JOPSEH FARAH: Practically every news story you read of an account of what's happening in the Middle East today makes reference to Jerusalem being the 3rd holiest site within Islam. Of course, there's no reference to Jerusalem anywhere in the Koran. So the question is, 'how did this come about; how did Jerusalem become the 3rd holiest site in Islam?' And it turns out that that's a rather recent invention by people, most prominently would be the Mufti of Jerusalem back in the 1940's, who by the way was allied with Adolf Hitler, and who, even today, Yasser Arafat refers to him as his uncle- he was his inspiration, his mentor. Jerusalem was important, obviously, to the Mufti of Jerusalem, because it was his territory. The mosques that were built there in the 11th century were not particularly prominent mosques. As I mentioned earlier, in the early part of the 20th century, there were hardly any Muslims living in Jerusalem- somewhere around 10,000. You know, you can find the cities of Medina and Mecca mentioned dozens of times in the Koran. The Koran never mentions the word Jerusalem. The closest it comes, some Islamic scholars say, Mohammed was referring to Jerusalem in his night journey where he was apparently lifted up and spirited to the most remote place, and that has been interpreted to mean Jerusalem. But that's as close as it comes- it's utter myth. 02:05:24>>> INTERVIEWER: Should the Palestinians have the right to demand the return of the refugees? JOSEPH FARAH:One of the political platforms of Yasser Arafat has become 'the right of return.' He wants anybody who calls himself a Palestinian to have the right to go back to what we today call Israel. I think to understand why that argument is being made, and to understand why it can never happen, all you need to do is simply look at the map of the Middle East. 99% of the land map is under the control of Arabs or Muslim countries. Less than 1% is the land called Israel today. Where doe it make sense to assimilate those poor refugees who have been kept in these terrible conditions all these years, does it make sense to push them into that 1% of the land mass, or does it make sense to utilize the under-developed, under-populated countries of the Arab world to resettle them? 02:06:45>>> INTERVIEWER:Would this conflict go away if Israel had dismantled the settlements and withdrew from the West Bank and Gaza?,JOSEPH FARAH:We hear constantly about the settlements being a real stumbling block to the peace process today. And I think that in the Western world we think about the Israeli settlements as being like armed camps, or something of that nature, controlled by armed soldiers, and little beach heads into the Arab world. And, you know, the reality is nothing like that at all. I've visited many of these settlements, and they more closely resemble Southern California, bedroom communities than they do armed camps. But one of the things that I really think is missing from this whole debate about settlements, is the fact that there have been more Arab settlements built in the disputed territories since 1967 than there have been Jewish settlements. And yet, how can settlements by Jews be so destabilizing to the peace process while Arab settlements are not, There are at least 100 more settlements by Arabs that have been built since 1967 than Jewish settlements . So again, the debate has been distorted ,its been turned upside down. (end side A),I think the debate today about the Palestinian people have focused on this myth that Arab people are the only indigenous people in that area of the world. And the truth is as I've cited some statistics is that the Jews have had a presemce a very large and significant presence particularly in Jerualem and its environs 02:10:04>>>,One of the myths shaping the debate today about the Palestinian issue is that the Arabs are the indigenous people to the region, and that the Jews are foreigners, the Jews are people who have come recently. And the truth is that you don't have to go very far back in history to see that the Jews have had this very strong presence in the area, particularly around Jerusalem where they dominated the population at the turn of the 20th century. The Jews are really the first indigenous people to govern themselves in that region, and the interesting thing is that they were the ones who called themselves Palestinians up until the country was renamed Israel in 1948. 02:11:16>>> INTERVIEWER: If the Israeli government was to accede to the Palestinian request or demand for return of the refugees, what would that do to the land of Israel? JOSEPH FARAH:One of the reasons that Yasser Arafat is so intent on this 'right of return,' this right for anyone who calls himself a Palestinian anywhere in the Arab world to return to the country of Israel, is because he knows that it can result in only one thing, and that is the destruction of the states of Israel. Israel can simply not handle several hundred thousand Arabs moving into its borders, and that's the wild card that Arafat is holding when he talks about the right of return. The Arab worlds represent about 99% of the land mass of the Middle East, Israel represents about 1%, less than 1%, of the land mass. It's impossible to resettle all of the refugees within Israel's borders. It makes all the sense in the world to use the under - populated parts of the Arab world to resettle those folks. 02:12:57>>> INTERVIEWER: Why are the Arab countries so hell - bent on getting the Jews out of what they call Palestine, or ultimately hell - bent on the destruction of the state of Israel? JOSEPH FARAH: Islamic fundamentalism, which is a rather recent phenomenon in the Middle East, after all it was in 1979 that we had the Iranian revolution, which really touched off this movement in a big way. Islamic fundamentalism is one of the guiding passions now behind the goal of the destruction of Israel, and the reason is that Islamic fundamentalism holds that any part of the world that is held by Islam is the world of peace. Any part of the world that is not held by Islam, and controlled by Islam, and dominated by Islam, is the world of war. There's only one little sliver of territory in the Middle East that is part of that world of war, in the Islamic view, and that is the part of the world that's called Israel. And that's why it's incompatible in the Islamic fundamentalist view that Israel can survive, that Arabs can live with Israel in peace and harmony. Yasser Arafat knows this even though he doesn't always speak this language to Western TV cameras and so forth. But, ultimately, that is the goal, that's the goal of Yasser Arafat, it's the goal of Saddam Hussein, it's the goal of every Arab leader you can name, ultimately is the destruction of Israel, whether it comes in phases or whether it comes swiftly. 02:15:02>>> INTERVIEWER: If all the Palestinian claims/ grievances don't have much basis, what's really driving their struggle? JOSEPH FARAH: The Palestinian struggle has really become a way of life, and it's driven by oil dollars from Saudi Arabia, it's driven by all kinds of incentives. You know, it's difficult for an Arab living in the Palestinian Authority today to hold a job unless he's sworn with absolute allegiance to all of the goals of Yasser Arafat. But if you want to be an agitator, if you want to be part of the uprising, they'll find work for you, your family will eat. It is those kinds of incentives that are pushing this constant intifada, this constant uprising now, that has been going on for several years-,02:16:52>>>,One of the reasons the Arab world hates Israel, besides the Islamic fundamentalist component, which doesn't tolerate any presence in the Middle East by any infidels, is the fact that Israel is the only free country in the Middle East. And this is like a thorn in the side of the totalitarian and authoritarian governments that rule over the Arab and Muslim world. You can imagine what that's like. For Arabs, for Arabs, life in Israel today is much freer than it would be in any Arab country. This is something I discovered myself as a journalist there 20 years ago was that as an Arab American, sometimes I was looked upon with some suspicion by Israelis because of my surname and so forth, yet I was never prevented from doing my job. When you visit the Arab world as a journalist, believe me, you'll face an entirely different kind of scrutiny; you simply will not be able to do your job. It's one of the reasons there are more newspapers, Arab newspapers, operating in Israel today than there are in the rest of the entire Arab world. INTERVIEWER: The notion of a suicide bomber is something new. How can a parent praise their child for blowing themselves up and killing innocent civilians? What's the psychology- what's going on there? JOSEPH FARAH:You might want to ask more of an Islamic expert-. 02:19:05>>> INTERVIEWER: Have you ever been harassed, threatened, or intimidated because of the opinions that you express? JOSEPH FARAH: Because of the work that I've done in this area, and particularly because I am an Arab- American writing these opinions, these kinds of analysis of the situation, I've been subject to many, many death threats, many forms of intimidation, and so forth. In fact, after one article that I wrote back in October 2000 called The Midst of the Middle East, eleven death threats, signed death threats, very specific death threats came in on e-mail alone shortly thereafter, and were turned over to the FBI, and I understand there's still an open file on those cases. But that was prior to September 11th. Interestingly, after Sept 11th, I felt that the heat was really off of me, that there were- perhaps- bigger fish to fry out there for the, you know, the Islamic extremists. 02:20:18>>> INTERVIEWER: What do today's Palestinian terrorists have in common with the 9/11 events and Al-Qaeda? JOSEPH FARAH: In the United States, we tend to make a distinction between Yasser Arafat's terrorists and Osama bin Laden's terrorists. There really is no distinction; they both kill innocent people. Al- Qaeda, of course, demonstrated that they were more proficient at killing big numbers of people all at once on 9/11/01. But in principle, there is really no distinction between them whatsoever. In fact, if anything, Yasser Arafat has been an inspiration to Osama bin Laden, he's the founding father of Middle East terrorism, he's the guy that oversaw the first airline hijacking. He's done everything, his people have done everything you can do in the world of terrorism over the last 40 years, and Osama bin Laden is really a newcomer to the theme by comparison. Do they work together? Do they have links? They've attended conferences together over the years, and most of the terrorist organizations over the world, while they may have petty differences between them, Hizballah, Hamas, Al-Qaeda, and Yasser Arafat's Fatah organization, have gotten together many times over the years and plotted strategies together. 02:21:57>>> INTERVIEWER: How does the situation in Israel relate to the war on terror? JOSEPH FARAH: The Unites States claims to be in a war on terrorism today internationally, sending armies all over the world from Afghanistan, Iraq, and so forth. Israel is really the front lines of that terror war. Israel has been engulfed in the terror war really since it began in 1948. It's intensified greatly in the last couple of years. What's interesting about the way that war on terror is waged by the United States and by Israel is that there seems to be different rules of engagement. The United States was attacked on Sept 11th, and has responded accordingly by going half way around the world to root out terrorism. And I think that's perfectly an appropriate thing to do. At the same time, much of the Western world look at Israel's response to terrorism, look at it askance. They look at as if they're over responding to a situation that's happening right in their own backyard. Israel's response to terrorism has been, in my opinion, overly measured. It has been a response that has been restrained, to say the least. If the United States was being attacked by terrorists from Mexico, I can assure you that we would do everything in our power to root out those terrorists by any means necessary and very, very quickly. On the other hand, we've held Israel to a different standard, and we've told them constantly that they've got to negotiate at all costs. 02:23:47>>> INTERVIEWER: Do you see any hope of peace? JOSEPH FARAH: I'm asked often if I see any hopes for peace, and the answer is that I'm actually very, very optimistic. And I think one of the reasons for my optimism is that in response to 9/11, the United States set out on a course in Afghanistan to destroy the Taliban, and to capture Al- Qaeda, and to change the regime there. And it happened very, very quickly. There were a lot of skeptics who said that that war would linger on for decades, that Afghanistan could never be conquered. All the opposition was actually very, very light, and we found that the population in Afghanistan was not hostile to liberation at all, they welcomed it. I think that we'll see the same kind of response in other countries, like Iraq, should the war proceed there. I think that the Arab population actually longs for liberation, longs for freedom. And this terror war actually may provide an opportunity for a big part of the Arab and Muslim world to experience that for the first time. 02:25:36>>> INTERVIEWER: What would have to happen in order for this conflict to be solved/resolved? JOSEPH FARAH: In 1979, Ayatollah Khomeini led the Iranian revolution, and it looked like the tide of Islamic fundamentalism was gonna' sweep through the entire Arab world, but yet what we found is that there's a strong resentment building to Mullah rule in Iran, which is the heart of this Islamic revolution. And there are many analysts who look at the situation and say that they have a tenuous grip on power, at best. And I believe that Iran is gonna' reject Islamic fundamentalism. I think they're gonna' move to a different kind of regime, hopefully one that's more freedom oriented. I think we'll see other parts of the Arab world move in that direction. You know, countries like Lebanon was once relatively free Arab country. It is only because of outside forces, Syrian occupation , domination by Iranian backed Hizballah, and so forth, that has taken them out of the free world and put them into the authoritarian camp. 02:27:36>>> INTERVIEWER: What do Westerners/ Americans misunderstand about this conflict? JOSEPH FARAH: I think the biggest myth for most Americans and Westerners regarding the Middle East conflict is that this a struggle between a powerful entity, known as Israel, and on the other side, oppressed people who are just struggling for statehood and human rights. 02:28:24>>> INTERVIEWER: How is this conflict misunderstood? JOSEPH FARAH: I think the biggest myth of the Middle East conflict for Westerners, particularly Americans, is this notion that Israel is this great big, powerful country, and, you know, has its foot on the neck of David, which is the Palestinians , the oppressed people. The truth is that Israel is the only free country in the Middle East, and I think the truth is that if we want freedom to flourish, freedom to spread throughout the Middle East, we need to keep that in mind at all times. And I think it's very important that for American policy makers and Western policy makers to keep that in mind. Do we want freedom to win? This very tenuous experiment with freedom in the Middle East, do we want it to succeed- it's only 50 years old. Or do we want to see authoritarianism, totalitarianism spread? If indeed we create a Palestinian state in the next few years under the rule of somebody like Yasser Arafat, we will be creating the 21st or 22nd police state in the region, and I for one don't know why we need another police state in the Middle East. 02:30:26>>> INTERVIEWER: Please sum up your controversial article (basically.) JOSEPH FARAH: Some of the big myths of the Middle East are the fact that there's never been a country known as Palestine in the history of the world. The Palestinians don't have a unique culture, a unique language, or any of the common denominators that we normally think about when we think about a people seeking statehood- 02:31:22>>>,I think one of the central myths of the Middle East is that this is a conflict that can be resolved by granting statehood to the Palestinians. That is a phony issue from the get-go. The truth is that there's never been a Palestinian state in the history of the world, why would creating a new state of Palestine, under the rule of, say, Yasser Arafat, bring about peace when Yasser Arafat is the man that we've known for 40 years has been a man of war? Israel is the only country in the Middle East that has any degree of freedom whatsoever. It's a country surrounded by police state, it's a country that- 02:33:55>>>,I'm actually very hopeful and optimistic about the situation in the Middle East., not because we're gonna' create a Palestinian state that's gonna solve this problem- that is not a solution, it's not part of the problem, and it's not part of the solution. The real solution, the real need in the Middle East is for freedom. In 1979, Ayatollah Khomeini swept into power in Iran and started this Islamic revolution. To a great extent, it has inspired Islamic fundamentalism throughout the region, throughout the whole world. And if the Arab people and the Muslim people are to experience freedom again, like they did in Lebanon, like they did -to a certain extent- in Iran before, they're gonna' have to set aside this Islamic fundamentalism. It's very close to happening in Iran today. There's a great rebellion going on; there are demonstrations in the streets everyday by people who are rejecting Mullah rule. 02:34:57>>>,I believe it's possible to see freedom in Iran, perhaps even likely, in the next year or two. I think it's also a possibility that the people of Lebanon, who also have a recent experience with freedom, I think they would love to reject the domination of Syria, which occupies them today. I f Syria could be chased out of Lebanon, either as part of this terror war or through some other means, I believe the people of Lebanon would gladly revert back to the kind of freedom that they knew before the civil war. So I think there's great potential, and when free people are living together, I think it was Jeanne Kirpatrick who said back in the 1980's when she was UN ambassador, that free societies don't tend to go to war with one another, usually wars are precipitated by totalitarian countries or authoritarian countries. That is what is at the root of the Middle East conflict. Long before there was a Palestinian issue to unite the Arab and Islamic war, many of these Arab and Islamic nations were fighting one another. They've fought one another recently; some of the bloodiest wars waged in the world have been waged there. The Iran - Iraq war killed over a million people. it had nothing to do with the Palestinian issue. So the answer is freedom- 02:36:56>>>,One of the reasons for the Arab antipathy toward Israel is because it is a modern, westernized civilization, society. It's true, it was true of Lebanon too- 02:37:21>>>, One of the reasons for the great resentment in the Arab and Muslim world toward Israel is because it's a westernized, modern country. Islamic fundamentalism is actually a throw back to 7th century Arab society. They reject modernism, they reject secularism, and they reject- frankly- everything that is not prescribed in the Koran. And this is why Israel is a constant thorn in its side in the Middle East. 02:38:06>>>,I think we're engaged in a great struggle for Western civilization today, just as we were engaged in a great struggle for Western civilization during the days of the Soviet Empire. There's a new threat on the horizon, and it's a threat of Islamic fundamentalism, which is at war, whether we like it or not, with everything western. And this is one of the reasons that Israel is the number one target in the Middle East for the Islamic revolution. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] ,[ROBIN STARTS TYPING HERE] 02:39:30>>> INTERVIEWER:,Do you feel, in your heart, that there is a silent majority of Palestinians today who would rather just, you know, go to college and go on vacation and have cars, and you know, big screen TV's, and all that stuff. And just, you know, want to coexist and just prosper, flourish and live normal lives. With a view that is seen as ____ is that they are all terrorists. JOSEPH FARAH:,Every time that I've traveled to the Middle East, or spent some time there, I've made a point of meeting and spending time with just regular folks. Whether they're Israelis, or Palestinians, or Syrians, or Lebanese. One of the things I found among the Arab-Palestinians, is that they very much want western things. They like the western style of life. They would like to experience more freedom. They would like to have it as part of their lives. I believe that if they were given - [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] 02:40:32>>>,Throughout my time in the Middle East, as a journalist, I've always made it a point to spend time with average people, whether it's average Israelis, or average work-a-day Palestinians. I've always felt that the Palestinian-Arabs, and frankly, the Arabs in other parts of the world that I've met, really have a desire to live a better life. They have the desire to experience the kind of freedom we know in the west. And I believe that they were given the opportunity to do that. A great majority of them would adapt very, very quickly and easily. If they didn't have these external pressures on them, with - [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] ,[CHANGING TAPES] 03:00:24>>>,All the time that I've spent in the Middle East, working as a journalist, I've always made it a point to spend time with average people, not just officials, government officials, that sort of thing. Whether it's average Israelis, or average Palestinian/Arabs. And my impression has always been that the Arab population, wherever it is; Syria, Lebanon, and the Palestinian Authority. These are people who really want a better way of life. They really want to experience freedom. They really want more material things that they've seen from the western style of life. And I think, if given the opportunity, they could deal with that. They could live as free people. They could be self governing entities. Without the external pressures that are placed upon them, by these police-state kinds of tactics. I think there is hope for peace, in the Middle East. But, you know, you can't have peace without freedom. 03:01:47>>> INTERVIEWER: So, which came first, the chicken or the egg? Is it the Israeli - is it Palestinian violence, or Israeli retaliation? And how do we stop this cycle keep escalating, and escalating. It's been a low-grade war for two years, now. And it just seems to be getting worse, and worse, and worse, with each passing day. JOSEPH FARAH: The way the conflict in the Middle East is portrayed in the daily news that we watch on television, or read in the newspapers, is terrorist attack, Israeli response, a cycle of violence - we hear about that all the time. The truth of the matter is, if you take a little bit longer view of things, Israeli has bent over backwards to give the so-called peace process a chance. They have gone out of their way, they have bent over backwards, they have done everything that's been asked of them, in accommodating Palestinian/Arab demands. And they've been rejected at every turn. During the negotiations between Ehud Barak and Yasser Arafat, literally, Barak went so far as to give Arafat about 99% of what he was asking for. And it was totally rejected, offhand, by Arafat. Where do you begin negotiating after that? INTERVIEWER: Is Israel an apartide state? ,JOSEPH FARAH: [CHUCKLES] 03:02:58>>> , NTERVIEWER: As some people claim? JOSEPH FARAH: As a Arab-American, as a Christian, I can tell you that if I had to leave the United States, and practice my craft somewhere else, particularly if you told me had to be in the Middle East, there's only one country that I would live in and work in, and that would be Israel, because it's the only free society in the region. And it doesn't matter that I'm a Christian. It doesn't matter that I'm an Arab American. I would be accepted in Israeli society. I would have full voting rights - something unheard of in the Arab world for its citizens. ,So, to proclaim, as some do, that Israel is some kind of a police state, or apartheid state, is simply ridiculous. Arabs living in Israel, today, have more experience, more freedom, have more human rights than they do in any Arab country. And that is a fact. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] ,END OF INTERVIEW
Street scenes and the people in Naha, Okinawa Island (Japan)
View of Naha, the capital of Okinawa Island in Japan. Cars drive along the streets of Naha. Shop signs written in Japanese are seen on Kokusai-dori Street. Japanese pedestrians walk on Kokusai-dori. Shoppers enter the Mitsukoshi Department store. Shop signs read "Okinawa Bird Center", "Kokusai Watch Store", "Noritake Naha China Shop", "Bank of the Ryukyus" and "Souvenir Stores Fuji Omiyage". Beauty salon sign in Japanese reads "Perm Beauty Salon Moriyama". A woman buying mandarin oranges from a fruit store. Hands open a pack of chopsticks before eating a Chinese meal (beef broccoli, fried rice and egg rolls). Women walk past Johnny's Gift Store in Naha. A Japanese movie poster hangs outside a building. Elderly Japanese men and women walking on the street. Groups of male and female High School students cross the road. Japanese salarymen wearing sunglasses cross the road. Farmers working on the field. A mother holding her baby on the street. A man browses for sunglasses from a street vendor. A Japanese Office Lady (OL) typing on a typewriter. Fishermen with net. A mason chiseling a rock. A construction worker operating a digger. A lineman working on powerlines. Location: Naha City Okinawa Japan. Date: 1972.
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Food, Weapon of Conquest
MS of stack of fruit salt packages, of stack of sal hepatica and other patent medecines. Shots inside slaughter house showing workers slitting carcasses open, stamping them. LAS of hog carcasses hanging from overhead trolley. HAMSs of large number of pigs moving towards and away from camera. HAS of several piglets in sty. HAS of double row of piglets feeding from unwilling sow. Shot of piglets suckling contentedly. MSs of baskets of eggs. Interior shots of large numbers of hens in coop, of hens in nests. CUs of egg packing operations. MLS of chicken coop exterior. HASs of baskets full of eggs. MLS of large farm house, with scrub trees in background, cloudy skies. CU of stack of three cans of Astra Brand herrings in tomato sauce. CU of writing on cans. Shots of man, woman grading live chicks. Interior shot of egg packing plant, of worker. HACU of two eggs frying in pan, of hand and spatula turning them over. CU of hand stamping information regarding Astra Brand herring. Static shot of rippling wheat field extending to top of frame. CU of man's hand taking eggs from nest. Long PAN of large poultry farm. LS of dairy barn, of Jersey cows in field. Shots inside cheese factory. Shots inside condensed milk factory. Shots of men loading milk crates into box cars.
WAR AND THE CAMERA WITH COMMENTARY BY LIONEL GAMLIN
ISSUE_NO = 706 NO_OF_ITEMS = 3 ITEM_NO = 2 DESCRIPTION : ROAD TO BENGHAZI - The latest pictures from Libya show the quiet occupation of Barce a sizeable town on the road to Benghazi. The Eighth Army got the railway working again, bringing supplies to forward bases. CARD_FILE = 43190 CARD_TITLE : 'On The Road To Benghazi' W.O. No. A283/1/2/3/4 ground. Armoured car tows artillery past camera. Various shots of natives, taken from inside building, looking at tower where Union Jack is flying. Several angle shots of damaged bridge, and engineer working on same; damaged tracks. Soldiers locating mines; look down shot of railway unloading goods onto army lorries. Photo of Mussolini on muddy road, track of tank run over same, also mud thrown at it. Army, including Grants entering Benghazi. Angle shots of avenue. Natives barter with troops for eggs. CU's natives and soldiers, also a sailor. GS Benghazi harbour and pan showing several ships burning. Also damaged hole. CU three eggs being fried. Pan of harbour. Mine taken out of ground and carried away. Cuts - Bells of R.C. Church Giovannia Berta ringing. Building in Barce flying white flag. CU native woman. Black troops lift railway line about heads. Wrecked army truck. Native children. Wrecked German planes on Derna aerodrome. Shots of Derna Hospital (wards). LS British officers walking to Town Hall followed by natives. Patients in grounds. Improvised Union Jack hoisted at Town Hall. Martuba and Barce road-sign. First jeep enters town into camera. Prisoners out of building with hands up. Engineers repair damaged road. 'To Benghazi' signpost. Municiple Building. Opera House and British Steamer at Tobruk. Shot of Red Ensign. Filling petrol tanks with water. Sherman tanks through streets. Soldiers clean building. KEYWORDS : Vehicles; Military - Active; Munitions and Armaments; Indigenous People; Buildings, Landmarks and Monuments; Air Raids and War Damage; Civil Engineering; Railways; Environment; Business and Commerce; Food, Drink and Cooking; Navy - R&R; Ships and Boats; Fire; Music and Dance; Religion and superstition; Ethnic Minorities; Aviation; Airforce - Active; Medicine and Health; Prisoners of War; North Africa MATERIAL : Print 6718 Swiss Lav 6770 Cuts 6922 Cuts 6397 (Pathe) A283/3 Cuts 6684 - A283/1 Cuts 6699 - A283/2 LENGTH_SHOT = 3308 DATE_SUBD = 12/10/1942
THE ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS reel 2
Reel 2. RASC (Royal Army Service Corps) Land Rover and other military vehicles drive in convoy. Mobile bakery - everything carried in these vehicles to make bread. Dozen or so men soldiers put up a large tent - various shots of the poles being put into place and guy ropes being attached. Dozen soldiers push a van into place. C/U of bread dough being mixed in a large container. High angle shot of three men in chef's whites working at the dough mixing machine. C/U of man forcing dough into machine which separates it into small balls. These then travel down a chute to a lower part of the bakery where three men knead the dough. C/U of a man's hands as the dough is kneaded. Camera tilts up to show his face. M/S of cooked loaves being removed from an oven. These are then tipped out on to a carrying bench. Two men then carry the loaves outside. They are stopped by an officer to takes two loaves off the bench. C/U - he gives one to a colleague who smells it, he tears off a piece to taste it. He nods his head in approval. <br/> <br/>01:19:35 He sends the bakers off with a wave of his arm. C/U of a clerk at his desk looking at some paperwork. Another clerk (male) types - we see over his shoulder as he types and returns the carriage. C/U of man's hands as he puts some paperwork in a filing cupboard. L/S of firemen in training. C/U of men holding fire hoses. Training in the open air. Soldiers sit at desks and man stands at the front by a blackboard. "Training begins on three ton lorries." We see the young recruits crowded around a stripped engine. C/U of three young cadets concentrating hard. Camera pans up to show two other young men looking very attentive. C/U of the man giving instruction - quite young himself. Lorry reverses. C/U of young man driving as he leans out of the open door to judge his reversal trajectory. Camera pans down to the front wheel of the truck. Distance between the wheel and a kerb is measured with a rule. L/Ss of lorry being driven through a course. Many soldiers stand by and watch. Night shots of convoy of trucks transporting ammunition. M/S of lorry driving checking in on arrival. Man in the midst of camouflage nets signs papers and points the driver in the right direction. Dark night shots of the lorry being driven through woodland. The Section Commander tells him where he can park. Another lorry is taken for a minor repair. <br/> <br/>01:22:00 The Light Aid Detachment is run by Remy. The driver talks to a mechanic who lies down on the ground under the lorry. C/U of an egg being broken into a frying pan where four others are frying. M/S of soldiers walking past being served food in their billy cans. Divisional column headquarters. Men are seen doing clerical work in L/S. Low angle of the Commanding Officer briefing his Company Commanders - he hands out sheets of paper. The drivers are handed paperwork. Motorcycle rider sets off in foreground. Dark shots of the lorries moving out. Tank is driven on to a transporter. Low angle shots of man giving directions to the tank driver, beckoning him forward. Driver climbs into the cab of the lorry. C/U of transporter's wheels as the lorry is driven off. C/U of the driver in the cab. Large transporter being driven around a corner in a small village - skill of the driver is highlighted. Shot from the back of a boat - RASC (Royal Army Service Corps) fleet ensign is flying. Another boat follows behind. <br/> <br/>01:24:30 Four boats of the Water Transport Company are seen in M/S. Man stands on quayside signalling with flags - we see him from behind looking out to sea. Naval Officer looks through a sextant. He passes the device to a member of the RASC who looks through it. C/U of RASC officer giving directions for the launch of an DUKW. The amphibious vehicle is seen moving down the ramp of a ferry and into the sea. L/S of the vehicle splashing into the sea behind the ferry. M/S of the DUKW passing the camera and of the tracked vehicle coming out of the sea and on to the beach. Flap flips down and Land Rover is driven off across the beach. Chauffeur driven car - Bentley? Chauffeur in military uniform walks to the front of the car and places a flag on the front of the car. Helicopter lands in M/S. C/U of helicopter pilot. M/S of men loading boxes into the helicopter. Sign for a 9,000 gallon collapsible fabric tank - an invention of the RASC and the Ministry of Supply. A group of Officers look at the tank. Petrol cans are filled from a revolving dispenser in the open air. Several soldiers work on a mini production line feeding the cans on to the machine. C/U of one of the men putting lids on the cans and moving them from the machine. <br/> <br/>01:26:40 Aircraft flies past and drops some packages - an experiment to test durability of particular packaging - Derby Sacks. Five men gather around one of the packages and open it. C/U of a young soldier tying up a package. Two men in the Air Despatch Company work together to pack a tricky load - a basket with straw inside is used. Weapons (?) are carefully packed. L/S of a jeep being loaded into an aeroplane. M/S of the jeep disappearing into the plane. Interior of the plane - two men attach special release catches. C/U of the catch. M/S of the jeep being secured. Vehicle is prepared for a later drop by parachute on specially designed support platform. C/Us of ropes being secured. Voiceover states: "The Corps will be needed whatever the future may hold"- this statement followed by shots of atomic explosions and mushroom clouds. Majestic images of soldiers inside aircraft waiting to jump. Montage of images of men and parcels being dropped from aircraft with parachutes. Shots from inside the aircraft as men jump and from the ground as they drift down. Good shots of parachute jumps and drops. Soldiers crouch in bushes then run forward as aircraft flies overhead. <br/> <br/>01:28:36 Packages dropped on parachutes. Jeep is driven off ramp. Soldier pulls 'chute towards camera. Field with soldiers and packages. Much frenzied activity as dropped goods are unpacked. Climb into jeeps and drive away from the field. Jeep gets stuck in a ditch. Men jump out and push the jeep backwards. Arty shot of the driver reflected in the wing mirror. C/U of hands pushing the vehicle. Two men place petrol cans in the ditch and this enables several jeeps to be driven across the ditch and off into the distance. Last part of the voiceover states: "Often you may work alone, but you need never feel alone because the RASC already has a great tradition and you are now a part of that tradition too." <br/>Associated British Pathe Photographed by Reg W. Cavender. Film Editor - Ken Collins. Sound - George Newberry and Nolan Roberts. Music composed by Tom Henderson. Production Manager - Terry Hunter. Associate Producer - Lionel Hoare. Produced by Terry Ashwood. Written and Directed by Peter Bradford. <br/>Army Kinema Corporation Production Director - T.L. Rich. Production Supervisor - F.C. Battey. B.1112 C.112. Note: reel 2 was reel 3.
New workers add to payroll and war production at General Electric Plant in the United States during World War 2.
Interiors of a house. A worker wakes up from bed, turns off his alarm clock, next to which his pipe sits. He washes, shaves, brushes his teeth and prepares eggs, over-easy, in frying pan and toast for breakfast. He takes his lunch box and heads off to work.Traffic along road. Cars pass on road. Workers arrive for work production work at General Electric factory. Guard checks workers entering for wartime production. Workers work with various machines. Metal-milling machines, boring mills, foundries, presses and forges in operation. Designers and engineers work. Scientists in laboratory with beakers and test tubes. Organizers and managers in discussion. Men and women at desks in office. Official adds worker to payroll in employment office. New workers examined and receiving orientation lectures. They are trained to operate complex machines. Construction machines in operation. Large crane operates. Workers build a brick wall. Door signs read 'Restricted Area - Aeronautics and Engineering Department'. Aircraft industry shows men working with various aviation instruments. Man wears electric warming flight suit with General Electric logo on its back. Aerial view of numerous Douglas B-18 Bolo aircraft in flight. Interior cockpit view of a pilot flying a B-18 aircraft. Men work with and assemble radio equipment. Workers at radio assembly line. Men work on artillery and ordnance production. They test a line of howitzer barrels, aiding in war material manufacturing effort. Location: United States USA. Date: 1941.
POP MUSIC
KOOL KOOL SUNSHADE COMMERCIAL. COMMERCIAL DIRECT RESPONSE AD FOR KOOL KOOL SUN SHADE. WOMAN GETS INTO CAR AFTER BEING AT BEACH, BURNS HERSELF ON SEAT. HOKEY SONG NARRATES THE ACTION. COUPLE TRIES TO SLEEP IN CAR AT SIDE OF ROAD ON LONG TRIP, SUN SHINES IN THEIR EYES. SUCTION CUPS ATTACH TO WINDOW. WOMAN CHANGES TIRE AS EGG FRIES ON DASHBOARD AND BOY'S ICE CREAM MELTS. AS SEEN ON TV TYPE AD, EXAGGERATED OVERACTING MAKING ORDINARY HUMAN ENDEAVORS INTO DISASTERS. BOY WITH ICE CREAM SMILING AS SUN SHADE ROLLS BACK. COUPLE TRYING TI KISS BUT PEOPLE KEEP WALKING BY IN FRONT OF CAR STARING IN WAVING. COUPLE KISSES BEHIND SUN SHADE. MANS STRUGGLES WITH OTHER BRAND OF SUN SHADE. GET TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! MONTAGE OF ALL PEOPLE IN THE COMMERCIAL HAPPY EVER AFTER THANKS TO KOOL KOOL SUN SHADE. NOT SOLD IN STORES, CALL TOLL FREE NUMBER.
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BBC CS VO ON GROWING OBESITY AS DEPICTED IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA AND ATTEMPTS BY SOME PEOPLE TO THIN THE RANKS. 13:00:58 WS HEAVY TRAFFIC TRAVELLING ON NARROW STREET. MS PIZZA SIGN IN FG. 13:01:06 WS GENO'S STEAKS CORNER RESTAURANT. 13:01:10 MS MAN IN TRENCH COAT ORDERING LUNCH FROM COUNTER THAT OPENS OUT ONTO STREET. 13:01:16 CU HERO SANDWICH GETTING EXTRAS ADDED TO IT SPREAD W/ KNIFE. MS PITCHER OF OIL BEING POURED OVER GRILL WHERE MEAT IS COOKING. 13:01:18 MS ONIONS BEING SCOOPED UP FROM GRILL AND STREWN ON MEAT IN SANDWICH. 13:01:20 MS FRENCH FRIES SITTING IN WIRE BASKET SUBMERGED IN OIL. 13:01:22 CU HAND REACHING FOR RAW STEAKS TO BE THROWN ON GRILL. 13:01:24 MS SLICES OF BEEF BEING LAID OUT ON GRILL. 13:01:26 MS STYROFOAM CONTAINER OF FRENCH FRIES W/ ADDITION OF CHEESE. 13:01:33 MS CUSTOMER GETTING HIS HOAGIE. 13:01:37 MS ANOTHER MAN SITTING W/ HIS WIFE, WIPING HIS HANDS W/ NAPKIN, AND SAYING HE CAME ALL THE WAY FROM SACRAMENTO TO HAVE ONE OF THESE. 13:01:43 CU INTV W/ MAN THROUGH HIS CAR WINDOW. 13:01:45 CU MAN W/ TRENCH COAT SITTING OUTSIDE AT SMALL TABLE BITING INTO HIS HOAGIE. 13:01:51 WS COOKS BUSY PREPARING FOOD. 13:02:00 CU INTV W/ ONE OF THE OLIVIERI FAMILY (THE FAMILY HAS BEEN IN THIS FRIED FOOD BUSINESS FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS) TALKING ABOUT COLLEGE KIDS COMING IN FOR COMPETITIONS TO SEE HOW MANY SANDWICHES THEY CAN EAT. 13:02:20 CU SAME PERSON ASKING A 62 YEAR OLD CUSTOMER WHO COMES IN EVERY DAY HOW MANY STEAKS HE EATS A WEEK AND STILL MANAGE TO KEEP FIT. 13:02:29 MS 62 YEAR OLD MAN WEARING CAP ON HEAD AND STANDING OUTSIDE GETTING SANDWICH THROUGH WINDOW. 13:02:42 WS PEDESTRIANS PASSING OUTDOOR FOOD WAGON. 13:02:49 MS REAR VIEW HEFTY LOOKING MAN IN SUIT WALKING TOWARDS OFFICE BUILDING AND CARRYING SMALL PAPER BAG. 13:03:09 CU REPORTER / COP TWO SHOT. 13:03:29 CU INSTRUCTOR AT POLICE ACADEMY DOING PUSH UPS. WS CLASS OF SPRING 1995 WORKING OUT W/ PUSH UPS. CU FEMALE ROOKIE DOING PUSH UP. 13:03:47 WS STUDENTS TAKING BREAK. 13:03:55 CU INTV W/ FEMALE INSTRUCTOR SANDY WHO SAYS YOU STILL HAVE THE OLD COP WHO BELIEVES YOU CAN EAT CHEESE STEAKS EACH DAY OF THE WEEK AND SIT IN THE PATROL CAR. 13:04:26 MS OBESE WOMAN JANET MEYERS OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR FAT ADVANCEMENT COMING INTO CLOTHING STORE. 13:04:40 CU INTV W/ JANET SAYING SHE CANNOT GO TO ORDINARY CLOTHING STORES BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE HER SIZE. 13:05:03 WS JANET SITTING AROUND TABLES W/ SOME OF HER COMRADES GATHERED IN CAFE OF PHILADELPHIA BOOKSHOP. 13:05:10 CU INTV W/ OBESE MAN AT THIS GET TOGETHER EXPLAINING THAT IT HAS TAKEN HIM SOME TIME TO BE COMFORTABLE W/ THE SIZE HE IS AND HE IS TIRED OF PEOPLE ALWAYS GIVING HIM ARTICLES ON DIETS. 13:05:26 CU INTV W/ A VERY FAT WOMAN NAMED ROBIN AT THIS MEETING TELLING THE REPORTER THAT PEOPLE ASSUME YOU COULDN'T WANT TO BE THIS SIZE. 13:05:54 WS BRIDGE OVER RIVER W/ TRAIN CROSSING AND PEOPLE IN ROWBOATS IN THE WATER. 13:06:07 MS SCULPTURED STONE CLASSICAL FIGURES ATOP REGAL BUILDING IN PHILADELPHIA. 13:06:10 CU THESE DETAILED FIGURES OF GODS AND GODDESSES. 13:06:31 HIGH ANGLE MS MEETING OF RESEARCHER DR ALBERT STUNKARD AND HIS THERAPY GROUP AT UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 13:06:48 CU OBESE WOMAN IN GROUP EXPLAINING WHAT IT'S LIKE TO SEE ALL THE SLIM TALL BEAUTIFUL WOMEN AND ADS FOR FOOD THAT SUPPOSEDLY WILL MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE THEM. 13:07:12 MS DR STUNKARD. 13:07:30 CU INTV W/ DOCTOR SAYING THAT IT IS NOT JUST THE AMOUNT OF FOOD EATEN, BUT ALSO A GENETIC COMPONENT. 13:07:53 WS EXTERIOR MELROSE DINER. CU SIGN FOR THIS RESTAURANT W/ CLOCK ON IT. 13:07:57 WS LONG COUNTER INSIDE DINER. 13:08:01 MS KITCHEN STAFF PERFORMING THEIR JOBS IN PURPOSELY FAST FORWARD SPEED. 13:08:07 MS WAITRESS SERVING FOOD TO REPORTER AT COUNTER AT FAST FORWARD SPEED. 13:08:24 MS LARGE PLATES OF EGGS, POTATOES, AND TOAST. 13:08:28 CU REAR VIEW PAN OF 14TH PRECINCT POLICEMEN IN PRACTICE DRAWING OF GUNS. 13:08:31 CU PAN OF THESE COPS W/ THEIR AMPLE WAISTLINES ASSEMBLING FOR AFTERNOON ROLL CALL. 13:08:37 LOW ANGLE MS COPS IN GYM W/ CLOSER MS LEG DOING BENDS W/ WEIGHT MACHINE. 13:08:46 HIGH ANGLE MS HEAVY MAN ATTACHED TO THAT LEG LYING ON STOMACH DOING THE EXERCISES. 13:08:56 CU INTV W/ SWEATY POLICEMAN WEARING GRAY TEE SHIRT TELLING HOW TOUGH IT IS TO GET WEIGHT OFF. 13:09:14 MS COP GETTING OUT OF POLICE CAR AND EXCHANGING SALUTES W/ OFFICER WAITING BY CAR DOOR. 13:09:23 MS PATROL CAR EXITING STATION DRIVEWAY. 13:09:28 HIGH ANGLE WS CITY. 13:09:37 BLANK.
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BBC CS VO ON GROWING OBESITY AS DEPICTED IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA AND ATTEMPTS BY SOME PEOPLE TO THIN THE RANKS. 13:00:58 WS HEAVY TRAFFIC TRAVELLING ON NARROW STREET. MS PIZZA SIGN IN FG. 13:01:06 WS GENO'S STEAKS CORNER RESTAURANT. 13:01:10 MS MAN IN TRENCH COAT ORDERING LUNCH FROM COUNTER THAT OPENS OUT ONTO STREET. 13:01:16 CU HERO SANDWICH GETTING EXTRAS ADDED TO IT SPREAD W/ KNIFE. MS PITCHER OF OIL BEING POURED OVER GRILL WHERE MEAT IS COOKING. 13:01:18 MS ONIONS BEING SCOOPED UP FROM GRILL AND STREWN ON MEAT IN SANDWICH. 13:01:20 MS FRENCH FRIES SITTING IN WIRE BASKET SUBMERGED IN OIL. 13:01:22 CU HAND REACHING FOR RAW STEAKS TO BE THROWN ON GRILL. 13:01:24 MS SLICES OF BEEF BEING LAID OUT ON GRILL. 13:01:26 MS STYROFOAM CONTAINER OF FRENCH FRIES W/ ADDITION OF CHEESE. 13:01:33 MS CUSTOMER GETTING HIS HOAGIE. 13:01:37 MS ANOTHER MAN SITTING W/ HIS WIFE, WIPING HIS HANDS W/ NAPKIN, AND SAYING HE CAME ALL THE WAY FROM SACRAMENTO TO HAVE ONE OF THESE. 13:01:43 CU INTV W/ MAN THROUGH HIS CAR WINDOW. 13:01:45 CU MAN W/ TRENCH COAT SITTING OUTSIDE AT SMALL TABLE BITING INTO HIS HOAGIE. 13:01:51 WS COOKS BUSY PREPARING FOOD. 13:02:00 CU INTV W/ ONE OF THE OLIVIERI FAMILY (THE FAMILY HAS BEEN IN THIS FRIED FOOD BUSINESS FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS) TALKING ABOUT COLLEGE KIDS COMING IN FOR COMPETITIONS TO SEE HOW MANY SANDWICHES THEY CAN EAT. 13:02:20 CU SAME PERSON ASKING A 62 YEAR OLD CUSTOMER WHO COMES IN EVERY DAY HOW MANY STEAKS HE EATS A WEEK AND STILL MANAGE TO KEEP FIT. 13:02:29 MS 62 YEAR OLD MAN WEARING CAP ON HEAD AND STANDING OUTSIDE GETTING SANDWICH THROUGH WINDOW. 13:02:42 WS PEDESTRIANS PASSING OUTDOOR FOOD WAGON. 13:02:49 MS REAR VIEW HEFTY LOOKING MAN IN SUIT WALKING TOWARDS OFFICE BUILDING AND CARRYING SMALL PAPER BAG. 13:03:09 CU REPORTER / COP TWO SHOT. 13:03:29 CU INSTRUCTOR AT POLICE ACADEMY DOING PUSH UPS. WS CLASS OF SPRING 1995 WORKING OUT W/ PUSH UPS. CU FEMALE ROOKIE DOING PUSH UP. 13:03:47 WS STUDENTS TAKING BREAK. 13:03:55 CU INTV W/ FEMALE INSTRUCTOR SANDY WHO SAYS YOU STILL HAVE THE OLD COP WHO BELIEVES YOU CAN EAT CHEESE STEAKS EACH DAY OF THE WEEK AND SIT IN THE PATROL CAR. 13:04:26 MS OBESE WOMAN JANET MEYERS OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR FAT ADVANCEMENT COMING INTO CLOTHING STORE. 13:04:40 CU INTV W/ JANET SAYING SHE CANNOT GO TO ORDINARY CLOTHING STORES BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE HER SIZE. 13:05:03 WS JANET SITTING AROUND TABLES W/ SOME OF HER COMRADES GATHERED IN CAFE OF PHILADELPHIA BOOKSHOP. 13:05:10 CU INTV W/ OBESE MAN AT THIS GET TOGETHER EXPLAINING THAT IT HAS TAKEN HIM SOME TIME TO BE COMFORTABLE W/ THE SIZE HE IS AND HE IS TIRED OF PEOPLE ALWAYS GIVING HIM ARTICLES ON DIETS. 13:05:26 CU INTV W/ A VERY FAT WOMAN NAMED ROBIN AT THIS MEETING TELLING THE REPORTER THAT PEOPLE ASSUME YOU COULDN'T WANT TO BE THIS SIZE. 13:05:54 WS BRIDGE OVER RIVER W/ TRAIN CROSSING AND PEOPLE IN ROWBOATS IN THE WATER. 13:06:07 MS SCULPTURED STONE CLASSICAL FIGURES ATOP REGAL BUILDING IN PHILADELPHIA. 13:06:10 CU THESE DETAILED FIGURES OF GODS AND GODDESSES. 13:06:31 HIGH ANGLE MS MEETING OF RESEARCHER DR ALBERT STUNKARD AND HIS THERAPY GROUP AT UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 13:06:48 CU OBESE WOMAN IN GROUP EXPLAINING WHAT IT'S LIKE TO SEE ALL THE SLIM TALL BEAUTIFUL WOMEN AND ADS FOR FOOD THAT SUPPOSEDLY WILL MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE THEM. 13:07:12 MS DR STUNKARD. 13:07:30 CU INTV W/ DOCTOR SAYING THAT IT IS NOT JUST THE AMOUNT OF FOOD EATEN, BUT ALSO A GENETIC COMPONENT. 13:07:53 WS EXTERIOR MELROSE DINER. CU SIGN FOR THIS RESTAURANT W/ CLOCK ON IT. 13:07:57 WS LONG COUNTER INSIDE DINER. 13:08:01 MS KITCHEN STAFF PERFORMING THEIR JOBS IN PURPOSELY FAST FORWARD SPEED. 13:08:07 MS WAITRESS SERVING FOOD TO REPORTER AT COUNTER AT FAST FORWARD SPEED. 13:08:24 MS LARGE PLATES OF EGGS, POTATOES, AND TOAST. 13:08:28 CU REAR VIEW PAN OF 14TH PRECINCT POLICEMEN IN PRACTICE DRAWING OF GUNS. 13:08:31 CU PAN OF THESE COPS W/ THEIR AMPLE WAISTLINES ASSEMBLING FOR AFTERNOON ROLL CALL. 13:08:37 LOW ANGLE MS COPS IN GYM W/ CLOSER MS LEG DOING BENDS W/ WEIGHT MACHINE. 13:08:46 HIGH ANGLE MS HEAVY MAN ATTACHED TO THAT LEG LYING ON STOMACH DOING THE EXERCISES. 13:08:56 CU INTV W/ SWEATY POLICEMAN WEARING GRAY TEE SHIRT TELLING HOW TOUGH IT IS TO GET WEIGHT OFF. 13:09:14 MS COP GETTING OUT OF POLICE CAR AND EXCHANGING SALUTES W/ OFFICER WAITING BY CAR DOOR. 13:09:23 MS PATROL CAR EXITING STATION DRIVEWAY. 13:09:28 HIGH ANGLE WS CITY. 13:09:37 BLANK.
1950s TV SHOW
01/16/2014 4 T748178950 Preview: 10/20/51; Broadcast: 10/21/51; 1st spot: Checkers (with dog), Opening jokes; 2nd spot: The Human Fly (Cauliflower McPlugg); 3rd spot: The Smokeless Sunday (Willy Lump Lump); 4th spot: The Taylor Maids, "That's the Man For Me"; 5th spot: Execution (Commercial); 6th spot: The American Dance; Reference: Film Library Vol. 4 10/21/51 01/22/2014 5 T748179257 Preview: 10/27/51; Broadcast: 10/28/51; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes; 2nd Spot: Theatre Seat Routine; 3rd Spot: Atomic Crunchies; 4th Spot: Weatherman; 5th Spot Mountain Washing (Clem; Commercial; 6th Spot: "On the Sunny Side of the Street" (Beverly Hudson); 7th Spot: Laying Cornerstone (San Fernando Red); Reference: Film Library Vol. 5 10/28/51 01/16/2014 6 T748178941 Preview: 11/3/51; Broadcast: 11/4/51; 1st spot opening jokes (Junior Halloween), 2nd spot: Real Estate Saleman (Clem Kadiddlehopper); 3rd spot: Vitamin Announcer (Tenessee Waltz); 4th spot: The Pepperettes; 5th spot: Artists & Models (Commercial); 6th spotBurglar Skit (Willy Lump Lump); Reference Film Library Vol.6 11/4/51 01/22/2014 7 T748179255 Preview: 11/10/51; Broadcast: 11/11/51; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes; 2nd Spot: Mocking Bird Hill (Clem, Cauliflower, Red); 3. 3rd Spot: "Let's Do It Again" (The Sportsmen); 4th Spot: Cafe Paree Commercial; If Adults Acted Like Kids; Reference: Film Library Vol. 7 11/11/51 01/16/2014 8 T748178944 Preview: 11/17/51; Broadcast: 11/18/51; 1st spot: Opening jokes (Junior jokes); 2nd spot: Tootpaste salesman (Clem); 3. Drugstore customers & Clerks; 4th spot; G.I. McPlugg (Commercial); 5th spot: "the Customer is Always Right" (The Modernaires); 6th spot: The Private (Bloodshot) Eye(Willy Lump Lump); Reference: Film Library Vol.8 11/18/51 01/22/2014 9 T748179259 Preview: 11/24/41 (as typed); Broadcast: 11/25/51; 1st Spot: Junior Jokes; 2nd Spot: Prize Fight (Pantomime); 3rd Spot: Three Stages of Marriedm Life; 4th Spot: Prison Scene (Commercial); 5th Spot: Swan Lake Ballet; Reference: Film Library Vol. 9 11/25/51 01/17/2014 10 T748178964 Preview: 12/1/51; Broadcast: 12/2/51; 1st spot: Opening jokes; 2nd spot: Different People Walking Up and Down Stairs; 3rd spot: Radio Sound Effects; 4th spot: McPlugg Locker Room; Commercial; 5th spot: Used Car Dealer (Clem); Reference: Film Library Vol. 10 12/2/51 01/16/2014 12 T748178951 Preview: 12/8/51; Broadcast: 12/9/51; 1st spot: Opening jokes; 2nd spot: Clem Selling CHristmas Trees; 3rd spot: "I Wanna Say Hello" (The Four Knights) and "You Broke Your Promise" (with Red); 4th spot: ? Politina Commercial (San Fernando ?; 5th spot: Willy Lump Lump, Expert Christmas Tree Trimmer; Reference: Film Library Vol. 12 12/9/51 01/22/2014 11 T748179258 Preview: 12/8/51; Broadcast: 1st Spot: Opening Jokes (Tennis Player); 2nd Spot: Different People Walking (Pantomime); 3rd Spot: English Courtroom (Commercial); 4th Spot: Big Card Game (Deadeye); Reference: Film Library Vol. 11 12/9/51 01/16/2014 13 T748178945 Preview: 12/22/51; Broadcast: 12/23/51; 1st spot: Opening jokes; 2nd spot: "Live" Commercial (Red using Tide to take-off make-up; 3rd spot: Skeltons at home; Reference: Film Library ? 12/23/51 01/16/2014 14 T748178946 Preview: 12/29/51; Broadcast: 12/30/51; 1st spot: Opening jokes (California sunshine); 2nd spot: Drunk Frying Eggs; 3rd spot: Invitation to Skelton's First Dance; 4th spot: How Women Get Up; 5th spot: Desert Island, Commercial; 6th spot: Dancing school (Clem); Reference Film Library Vol. 31 12/29/51 01/17/2014 15 T748178963 Preview: 1/5/52; Broadcast: 1/6/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes; 2nd spot: Cavalcade of Sports (Weepy J.K. Numbskull); 3rd spot: The Bouncer (McPlugg) Trenier Twins (Go-Go-Go); 4th spot: The Golfer (Commercial; 5th spot: The Corpus Delicti (Milton Berle); Reference: Film Library Vol. 15 1/6/52 01/22/2014 16 T748179256 Preview: 1/12/52; Broadcast: 1/13/52; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes; 2nd Spot: Smoothola Shave Cream (Clem); 3rd Spot: Baby Sitter (McPlugg); 4th Spot: Department Store Commercial; 5th Spot: Spectre of the Rose; Reference: Film Library Vol. 16 1/13/52 01/22/2014 17 T748179260 Preview: 1/19/52; Broadcast: 1/20/52; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes (Little Red "Walking" Hood; 2nd Spot: Frying Eggs (Willy Lump Lump); 3rd Spot: Drugstore Routine; 4th Spot: The Clean Fighter (Commercial); 5th Spot: Parking & Sparking; Reference: Film Library Vol. 17 1/20/52 01/16/2014 18 T748178952 Preview: 1/26/52; Broadcast: 1/27/52; 1st spot: Shortest Commercial in Television; 2nd spot: Opening jokes; (Junior jokes); 3rd spot: Pantomimes, Speakers, Movie heroes Dying; 4th spot: Skylarks (St. Louis Blues); 5th spot: Rock-A-Bye Commercial;6th spot: Embarrassing Moments; Reference Film Library Vol. 18 1/27/52 01/17/2014 20 T748178988 (Exactly as label shows info); 1st spot: Camera Explosion; 4th spot: Streets of Laredo; 3rd spot: It's Magic; 2nd spot: Transcontinental; 5th spot: Topsy-Turvy (Willy); Reference: Film Library Vol. 20; Preview: 2/9/52; Broadcast: 2/10/52 2/10/52 01/22/2014 21 T748179177 Preview: 2/16/52; Broadcast: 2/17/52; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes (Beaches); 2nd Spot: Catching the Bus; 3rd Spot: "Longest Commercial in Television"; 4th Spot: David Rose (Holiday for Strings); 5th Spot: The Cocktail Lounge; 6th Spot: "The ?"; Refernce: Film Library 2/17/52 01/17/2014 22 T748178986 Preview: 2/23/52; Broadcast: 2/24/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes; 2nd spot: Different people Watching Boxing Match; 3rd spot: Lord Beaverhead; 4thspot; Pedestrian Polo, Commercial (Clem); 5th spot: How to Make a Salad (Willy); Reference: Film Library Vol. 22 2/24/52 01/22/2014 23 T748179179 Preview: 3/2/52; Broadcast: 3/3/52; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes (Flying); 2nd Spot: Lecture on Human Anatomy (Clem Kadiddlehopper); 3rd Spot: The Rivero Quintet; 4th Spot: Pasquale's Hotel (Commercial); 5th Spot: On the House; Reference: Film Library Vol. 23 3/3/52 01/22/2014 25 T748179176 No. 1: Opening Jokes; No. 2: Travelogue (Clem); No. 3: Shepard Brothers (Swiss Bell Ringers); No. 4: Dirty Deadeye (Commercial); No. 5: Lost Patrol (McPlugg); Preview: 3/15/52; Broadcast: 3/16/52; Reference: Film Library Vol. 25 3/16/52 01/22/2014 ? T748178522 3/23/52; "Corn On Cob R.S.S."; Prod. No. 26 3/23/52 01/17/2014 26 T748178989 1. Opening jokes; 2. Corn Eating Routine; 3. Laundromat (Commercial starrin McPlugg); 4. Debt of a Salesman (Willy Lump Lump); Preview: 3/22/52; Broadcast: 3/23/52; Reference: Film Library Vol. 26 3/23/52 01/17/2014 27 T748178990 Preview: 3/29/52; Broadcast: 3/30/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes (Political); 2nd spot: Bon Bons (Pantomime); 3rd spot: Willy the Barber, Commercial; 4th spot: Quiz the Candidate (San Fernando); Reference: Film Library Vol. 27 3/30/52 01/22/2014 28 T748179178 Preview: 4/5/52; Broadcast: 4/6/52; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes (Junior Jokes - Fires & Zoo); 2nd Spot: The Travel Bureau (Clem Kadiddlehopper); 3rd Spot: Last of the Mohiccans (Deadeye - Commercial); Note: 4th Spot is a return to The Travel Bureau (Clem); Reference: Film Library Vol. 28 4/6/52 01/16/2014 30 T748178953 Preview: 4/19/52; Broadcast: 4/20/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes; 2nd spot: Helen of Troy (commercial); 3rd spot: Prosper or Pay the Penalty (J. Newton Numbskull); Reference: Film Library Vol. 30 4/20/52 01/17/2014 31 T748178991 Preview: 4/26/52; Broadcast: 4/27/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes (Atomic Blast); 2nd spot: Joseph Marais and Miranda - Songs; 3rd spot: Railroad Tower Commercial (Clem); 4th spot: Movietime (The Little Italian); Reference Film Library Vol. 31 4/27/52 01/16/2014 32 T748178955 Preview: 5/3/52; Broadcast: 5/4/52 (from San Francisco); 1st spot: Opening jokes (Cable Cars); 2nd spot; It Takes All Kinds - Interview - (Clem) (Cauliflower); 3rd spot: Chinese Laundry; 4th spot: Guzzler's Tonic; Reference: Film Library Vol. 32 5/4/52 01/16/2014 33 T748178960 Preview: 5/10/52; Broadcast: 5/11/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes (San Francisco); 2nd spot: Mixing A Salad For The Dollar Dinner; 3rd spot: Weepy the Cluck Commercial; 4th spot: Let's Talk About Mother (Mother's Day); Reference: Film Library Vol. 33 5/11/52 01/17/2014 34 T748178983 Preview: 5/17/52; Broadcast: 5/18/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes (Warner Bros. Fire); 2nd spot: Telephone Trouble; 3rd spot: The Absent Minded Announcer (Commercial), Poem - J. Newton Numbskull; 4th spot: Dinner at Cobina's (Clem); Reference: Film Library Vol. 34 5/18/52 01/22/2014 35 T748179175 Preview: 5/24/52; Broadcast: 5/25/52; 1st Spot: Opening Jokes (College Boys, Cauliflower); 2nd Spot: Hiccups Cure (Clem); 3rd Spot: It's Kind to Your hands Too (twins) Commercial; 4th spot: The Railroad Station (Willy); Refernce: Film Library Vol. 35 5/25/52 01/22/2014 36 T748179180 No. 1: Opening Jokes; No. 2: Great Saloon Robbery (Deadeye); No. 3: "Live" Commercial in Deadeye Skit; Preview: 5/31/52; Broadcast: 6/1/52; Reference: Film Library Vol. 26 6/1/52 01/16/2014 37 T748178954 Preview: 6/7/52; Broadcast: 6/8/52; 1st spot: Dave Rose Opening: 2nd spot: Opening jokes (Benny Rubin Spelling Tide, political jokes, Spring in Los Angeles, Junior); 3rd spot: Different People Getting Into Bed; 4th spot:Wo? in the Mountain - Ski LodgeCommercial; 5th spot: "Foldin' Boy" - McPlugg; Ref ? 6/8/52 01/17/2014 38 T748178992 Preview: 6/14/52; Broadcast: 6/15/52; 1st spot: Opening jokes (Convention); 2nd spot: Let's Talk About Father, Delivery Room (Commercial), Father's Day (Bedroom & Living Room), Delivery Room; Reference Film Library Vol. 38 6/15/52 01/22/2014 1 T748179174 Aired: 9/28/52; 1. Red's Opening with David Rose and Drinking Gag; 2. Different people Watching TV; 3. Different People at the Beach; 4. Cauliflower at Bat (Integ. Commercial); 5. It's Good To Be Home with Willy Lump Lump; 6. Red's Closing 9/28/52 01/16/2014 2 T748178956 Aired: 10/5/52; 1. Red's opening in front of curtains; 2. Smooth sailing (Integ. commercial); 3. Painting the bedroom with Willy; 4. Under the curtain closing; Refernce: Film Library Vol. 2 - Sec. 2 10/5/52 01/22/2014 3 T748179168 Aired: 10/12/52; 1. People with Ice Cream at the Movies; 2. Stage Coach Commercial (Repeat); 3. Chloremycetin, I Love You; Reference: Film Library Vol. 3, Sec. 2 10/12/52 01/22/2014 4 T748179173 Aired: 10/19/52; 1. Clem's Barnyard Lecture; 2. Sidewalk Confusion (Integ. Commercial); 3. The Mad Scientist; Reference: Film Library Vol. 4, Sec. 2 10/19/52 01/17/2014 5 T748178987 Aired: 10/26/52; 1. Opening Jollies; 2.People Crossing the Street; 3. Lt. Muscle (Integ. Commercial); Beaverhead and Putnam; 5. Closing with John Wayne; Reference: Film Library Vol. 5 - Sec. 2 10/26/52 01/16/2014 6 T748178957 Aired 11/2/52; 1. Opening Jollies; 2. San Fernando in Whistle Stop; 3. The Gooney Gardener (Int. Commercial); 4. John Q. American Secret Ballot; Reference: Film Library Vol. 6 - Sec. 2 11/2/52 01/16/2014 8 T748178943 Aired: 11/16/52; 1. Hotel Lobby; 2. Photographer's Model (Integ. Commercial); 3. Waterfront Cafe Scene 11/16/52 01/22/2014 7 T748179144 Aired: 11/9/52; 1. Opening in Front of Curtains; 2. Clem's Promotion (corrected as Graduation); 3. McPlugg and Clean Fighter (Last Year's Commercial); 4. G.I. Dentist; Reference: Film Library Vol. 7 - Sec. 2 11/19/52 01/17/2014 9 T748178962 Aired: 11/23/52; 1. Stockade Opening with Lucy Knoch; 2. Football Coach - Weepy Talks Turkey; 3. Miles Standish with John Alden Sketch (Integ. Commercial)Reference: Film Library Vol. 9- Sec. 2 11/23/52 01/22/2014 11 T748179142 Aired: 12/7/52; 1. Boss With A Cigar; 2. The Robot Mechanical Man; The Sportsmen Singing; 4. French Hand Laundry (Integ. Comm.); 5. Fancy Footwork (McPlugg); Reference: Film Library Vol. 11, Sec. 2 12/7/52 01/17/2014 11 T748178985 EXTRA COPY of SHOW #11; Aired: 12/7/52; 1. Openings (Boss With A Cigar); 2. The Robot Mechanical Man (starring Pitchman Pete); 3. The Sportsman Quartet; 4. French Hand Laundry (Integrated Commercial); 5. Fancy Footwork (McPlugg); Reference: Film Library, Extra Copies; Duplicate 12/7/52 01/22/2014 12 T748179143 Aired: 12/14/52; 1. Theatre Lobby Opening (Different People at theMovies); 2. The Step Brothers; 3. The Sultan (Integ. Comm.); 4. The Bum's Rush (Freddy the Freeloader) 12/14/52
THE ROYAL WEDDING
M/S Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones at the Royal Lodge, Windsor after they had announced their engagement. C/U of the happy couple as they sit and chat and she fiddles with her engagement ring. <br/> <br/>Title reads - The Royal Wedding. <br/> <br/>L/S Westminster Abbey. L/S crowds outside the Abbey and in the stands. L/S as cars drive through. M/S of the couple's initials intertwined on a flag. Various shots of people asleep after having camped in the Mall. C/U man making faces. M/S ladies toilets showing long queue outside. M/S man frying eggs over stove. M/S as a group of women play cards on their sleeping bag. L/S Westminster Abbey, L/S interior of guests. M/S Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. M/S Australian Premier Robert Menzies, Dr. Nkrumah of Ghana and Mr Diefenbaker of Canada in the Abbey. Top shot of the guests sat in the Abbey. M/S's Princess Margaret's glass coach coming from Clarence House, M/S as she waves. She is with Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who is giving her away. L/S crowds looking around. L/S coaches passing. <br/> <br/>L/S groom Anthony Armstrong-Jones and his best man, Dr. Roger Gilliatt, walking towards the front of the Abbey. M/S of Anthony's mother the Countess of Rosse. C/U Anthony and Roger waiting at the front. M/S Anthony's father second from right sat with other men. M/S as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, walk in a line up to their seats followed by Prince Henry and Princess Alice, Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent. Various shots of guests, they take their places. M/S Queen and Queen Mother waiting. <br/> <br/>M/S Princess Margaret's coach arriving, L/S crowds cheering. M/S as the door is opened, M/S as Princess Margaret gets out in her white silk organza wedding dress. M/S royal party waiting inside. C/U Anthony looking pensive. M/S band playing. Various shots as she walks up the aisle followed by her bridesmaids. M/S of Anthony's father, M/S as she walks up and choirboys bow their heads as she passes. M/S guests. M/S as she arrives at the altar and Anthony joins her, M/S Archbishop of Canterbury, M/S as they approach the faldstools. We hear the Archbishop reading the vows. M/S Harold Macmillan. L/S guests watching. M/S Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, listening. M/S as Princess Margaret says "I Will". M/S as they join hands. M/S of Anthony's father listening M/S as he reads service and Anthony puts the ring on her finger. M/S bridesmaids. M/S Princess Alexandra. M/S's as they go in to sign the register. L/S guests, the band strike up again as they emerge. M/S of them walking down the aisle, she curtsies to her mother and sister. M/S of the guests. L/S top shot as they walk down the aisle and the bridesmaids follow. <br/> <br/>M/S as they emerge out into the daylight and walk to their coach. M/S bridesmaids, M/S of them inside carriage she waves at the bridesmaids and the coach sets off. L/S as they drive along. L/S scene with Big Ben in background. Various shots as coach makes its way from Abbey past crowds who strain to get a look, they make their way to Buckingham palace. L/S as they come up the Mall. M/S as they wave from the coach. M/S's as people wave at her. M/S as they enter Buckingham palace and are shown way up steps. M/S bridesmaids. M/S Queen, Queen Mother and Duke of Edinburgh smiling. <br/> <br/>L/S crowds outside, M/S as the couple emerge onto the balcony, L/S as crowds are held back by police. M/S royal family on balcony. L/S of huge crowds below. Various shots as the royal family smile and wave from the balcony. M/S royal yacht 'Britannia' at Tower Bridge. M/S royal car leaving. M/S as the Queen, Queen Mother, and Princess Anne, who was a bridesmaid, wave after the car. <br/> <br/>L/S as the couple make their way down the quay to the barge which will take them to the yacht. M/S as they shake hands with two men and get on the barge. M/S as it sails away. L/S crowds around it. M/S as they get onboard. C/U smoke blowing from funnel. L/S crew and couple on board, they wave. Good M/S of the yacht sailing under Tower Bridge.
SAINT PAUL AFTER DARK - 1983
A LOOK AT THE NIGHT LIFE IN SAINT PAUL, OR LACK OF IT. FROM 1983.
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Chevrolet Leader News (Vol. 4, No. 1)
OBESITY
BBC CS VO ON GROWING OBESITY AS DEPICTED IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA AND ATTEMPTS BY SOME PEOPLE TO THIN THE RANKS. 13:00:58 WS HEAVY TRAFFIC TRAVELLING ON NARROW STREET. MS PIZZA SIGN IN FG. 13:01:06 WS GENO'S STEAKS CORNER RESTAURANT. 13:01:10 MS MAN IN TRENCH COAT ORDERING LUNCH FROM COUNTER THAT OPENS OUT ONTO STREET. 13:01:16 CU HERO SANDWICH GETTING EXTRAS ADDED TO IT SPREAD W/ KNIFE. MS PITCHER OF OIL BEING POURED OVER GRILL WHERE MEAT IS COOKING. 13:01:18 MS ONIONS BEING SCOOPED UP FROM GRILL AND STREWN ON MEAT IN SANDWICH. 13:01:20 MS FRENCH FRIES SITTING IN WIRE BASKET SUBMERGED IN OIL. 13:01:22 CU HAND REACHING FOR RAW STEAKS TO BE THROWN ON GRILL. 13:01:24 MS SLICES OF BEEF BEING LAID OUT ON GRILL. 13:01:26 MS STYROFOAM CONTAINER OF FRENCH FRIES W/ ADDITION OF CHEESE. 13:01:33 MS CUSTOMER GETTING HIS HOAGIE. 13:01:37 MS ANOTHER MAN SITTING W/ HIS WIFE, WIPING HIS HANDS W/ NAPKIN, AND SAYING HE CAME ALL THE WAY FROM SACRAMENTO TO HAVE ONE OF THESE. 13:01:43 CU INTV W/ MAN THROUGH HIS CAR WINDOW. 13:01:45 CU MAN W/ TRENCH COAT SITTING OUTSIDE AT SMALL TABLE BITING INTO HIS HOAGIE. 13:01:51 WS COOKS BUSY PREPARING FOOD. 13:02:00 CU INTV W/ ONE OF THE OLIVIERI FAMILY (THE FAMILY HAS BEEN IN THIS FRIED FOOD BUSINESS FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS) TALKING ABOUT COLLEGE KIDS COMING IN FOR COMPETITIONS TO SEE HOW MANY SANDWICHES THEY CAN EAT. 13:02:20 CU SAME PERSON ASKING A 62 YEAR OLD CUSTOMER WHO COMES IN EVERY DAY HOW MANY STEAKS HE EATS A WEEK AND STILL MANAGE TO KEEP FIT. 13:02:29 MS 62 YEAR OLD MAN WEARING CAP ON HEAD AND STANDING OUTSIDE GETTING SANDWICH THROUGH WINDOW. 13:02:42 WS PEDESTRIANS PASSING OUTDOOR FOOD WAGON. 13:02:49 MS REAR VIEW HEFTY LOOKING MAN IN SUIT WALKING TOWARDS OFFICE BUILDING AND CARRYING SMALL PAPER BAG. 13:03:09 CU REPORTER / COP TWO SHOT. 13:03:29 CU INSTRUCTOR AT POLICE ACADEMY DOING PUSH UPS. WS CLASS OF SPRING 1995 WORKING OUT W/ PUSH UPS. CU FEMALE ROOKIE DOING PUSH UP. 13:03:47 WS STUDENTS TAKING BREAK. 13:03:55 CU INTV W/ FEMALE INSTRUCTOR SANDY WHO SAYS YOU STILL HAVE THE OLD COP WHO BELIEVES YOU CAN EAT CHEESE STEAKS EACH DAY OF THE WEEK AND SIT IN THE PATROL CAR. 13:04:26 MS OBESE WOMAN JANET MEYERS OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR FAT ADVANCEMENT COMING INTO CLOTHING STORE. 13:04:40 CU INTV W/ JANET SAYING SHE CANNOT GO TO ORDINARY CLOTHING STORES BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE HER SIZE. 13:05:03 WS JANET SITTING AROUND TABLES W/ SOME OF HER COMRADES GATHERED IN CAFE OF PHILADELPHIA BOOKSHOP. 13:05:10 CU INTV W/ OBESE MAN AT THIS GET TOGETHER EXPLAINING THAT IT HAS TAKEN HIM SOME TIME TO BE COMFORTABLE W/ THE SIZE HE IS AND HE IS TIRED OF PEOPLE ALWAYS GIVING HIM ARTICLES ON DIETS. 13:05:26 CU INTV W/ A VERY FAT WOMAN NAMED ROBIN AT THIS MEETING TELLING THE REPORTER THAT PEOPLE ASSUME YOU COULDN'T WANT TO BE THIS SIZE. 13:05:54 WS BRIDGE OVER RIVER W/ TRAIN CROSSING AND PEOPLE IN ROWBOATS IN THE WATER. 13:06:07 MS SCULPTURED STONE CLASSICAL FIGURES ATOP REGAL BUILDING IN PHILADELPHIA. 13:06:10 CU THESE DETAILED FIGURES OF GODS AND GODDESSES. 13:06:31 HIGH ANGLE MS MEETING OF RESEARCHER DR ALBERT STUNKARD AND HIS THERAPY GROUP AT UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 13:06:48 CU OBESE WOMAN IN GROUP EXPLAINING WHAT IT'S LIKE TO SEE ALL THE SLIM TALL BEAUTIFUL WOMEN AND ADS FOR FOOD THAT SUPPOSEDLY WILL MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE THEM. 13:07:12 MS DR STUNKARD. 13:07:30 CU INTV W/ DOCTOR SAYING THAT IT IS NOT JUST THE AMOUNT OF FOOD EATEN, BUT ALSO A GENETIC COMPONENT. 13:07:53 WS EXTERIOR MELROSE DINER. CU SIGN FOR THIS RESTAURANT W/ CLOCK ON IT. 13:07:57 WS LONG COUNTER INSIDE DINER. 13:08:01 MS KITCHEN STAFF PERFORMING THEIR JOBS IN PURPOSELY FAST FORWARD SPEED. 13:08:07 MS WAITRESS SERVING FOOD TO REPORTER AT COUNTER AT FAST FORWARD SPEED. 13:08:24 MS LARGE PLATES OF EGGS, POTATOES, AND TOAST. 13:08:28 CU REAR VIEW PAN OF 14TH PRECINCT POLICEMEN IN PRACTICE DRAWING OF GUNS. 13:08:31 CU PAN OF THESE COPS W/ THEIR AMPLE WAISTLINES ASSEMBLING FOR AFTERNOON ROLL CALL. 13:08:37 LOW ANGLE MS COPS IN GYM W/ CLOSER MS LEG DOING BENDS W/ WEIGHT MACHINE. 13:08:46 HIGH ANGLE MS HEAVY MAN ATTACHED TO THAT LEG LYING ON STOMACH DOING THE EXERCISES. 13:08:56 CU INTV W/ SWEATY POLICEMAN WEARING GRAY TEE SHIRT TELLING HOW TOUGH IT IS TO GET WEIGHT OFF. 13:09:14 MS COP GETTING OUT OF POLICE CAR AND EXCHANGING SALUTES W/ OFFICER WAITING BY CAR DOOR. 13:09:23 MS PATROL CAR EXITING STATION DRIVEWAY. 13:09:28 HIGH ANGLE WS CITY. 13:09:37 BLANK.
Head Trauma Therapy
A HEAD INJURY CAN LEAD TO A DRAMATIC LIFE CHANGE, INCLUDING HAVING TO RE-LEARN BASIC SKILLS. A REHAB PROGRAM IN FLORIDA WORKS TO HELP SUCH PATIENTS LEARN TO LIVE AGAIN.
INTRODUCING OURSELVES PART 2 [ TELEVISION COMMERCIALS ]
c. 1956 <br/> <br/>Check copyright. Promotional film made to show range of television commercials made by Pathe. Film split into two parts - Macdonald Hobley's introduction and a history of Pathe is part 1. <br/> <br/>(i) Dunlop Tubeless Tyres. C/U of a car tyre running over sharp item. Mechanic fits a tyre and fills it with air. Checks tyre by immersing in water. C/U of nail embedded in tyre, mechanic demonstrates how the hole is plugged using special kit. Posh commentator throughout. (ii) Top Secret. <br/> <br/>C/U of a document reading "Top Secret". Three men at a desk say "It's Top Secret!". Woman turns from her typewriter to show camera a spray can of Max Factor's Top Secret hair spray. Shots of woman spraying hair in her boudoir in her underwear. Shot of woman being driven by a dishy man in an open topped sports car. Couple seen by a river, rowing team pass by. Woman in her boudoir with pin curls sprays hair. She then goes to a cocktail bar and gets lots of attention from the three men seen earlier. <br/> <br/>(iii) Dunkies. Dunkie doodles: cartoons are drawn on screen by an unseen artist. Final doodle is of a doughnut. "Do not say doughnut say Dunkie". <br/> <br/>(iv) Guards Trousers. Man drawing a cartoon on an easel - bemoaning men wearing dreadful old baggy trousers and recommending Guards. (v) Germolene. Mother puts Germolene on her sons knee. C/U of tin. Tommy rides his bike. (vi) Water Lilies Leaf Shampoo. C/U of a hand with a leaf of shampoo hooked over the middle finger and held in the palm. A Leaf is put on the hand then rubbed in to the hair. It is plugged as being "the most modern shampoo in the world". <br/> <br/>(vii) Amami Wave Set. A woman and two men watch tennis. As their heads move from side to side they notice her beautiful hair. She is seen at home applying Amami Wave Set. She greets one of the tennis players who strokes her hair. <br/> <br/>(viii) Hiltone: Animated sequence of a brunette looking dour. She perks up when her hair magically becomes blonde. Men bring her chocolates and flowers. Real action: brunette applies Hiltone to her hair with a brush. We then see her blonde with a beau. Animated woman appears from behind box of Hiltone, men wolf whistle. (ix) Setlers. Animated man looks grumpy. His face changes into a Setlers tablet. Pack of tablets. Man in a laboratory. <br/> <br/>(x) Mum. Woman in tennis whites performs a serve. The tennis ball turns into the ball of a roll-on antiperspirant. Woman demonstrates the "built in marble". Woman in black lace nightwear applies Mum (looks bizarre as she is obviously not actually applying it because the sleeves are in the way). (xi) Brylcreem. Man in cricket whites looks at his trophies with woman beside him. Shot of Brylcreem. Man combs his hair. Woman admires his hair. (xii) Disprin. C/U of tablet dissolving then woman drinking the cloudy liquid. C/U of bottle and glass. (xiii) Twinings Teas. Woman dressed as Mrs Siddons in the early 1700s presents packet of Twinings to the camera. <br/> <br/>xiv) Maxwell House. Animation. Mississippi Belle paddle boat passes an American house. Man and a woman sit on porch drinking Maxwell House. Good jingle. "America's favourite coffee!" C/U of tin of coffee, jug and cup. (xv) Black & Decker. C/U of some tools. Attachments for both housewife and handyman. (xvi) Maxwell House. Animation. Wedding of tycoon and dolly-bird. They go to Miami on their honeymoon and drink Maxwell House. (xv) Burtons. Household accidents - man spills ink and coffee on his trousers. Trousers get muddy walking through the rain. Burton's new stain resisting cloth Burtex is advertised. Graphic illustration of ordinary cloth absorbing liquid and Burtex resisting it. <br/> <br/>(xvi) Hi Fi Lipstick from Max Factor. Glamour puss with jewels and fur tells the audience about the new lipstick - automatic refill which clicks into celebrity case (?!) etc. Extreme C/U of her holding the lipstick. (xvii) Mac Fisheries. Turkey taken out of an oven. Philip Harben (Harbin?) in a butchers apron asks why not have a Turkey at Easter? (xviii) Blackstone Opticians. Split screen shows four types of sport: ballroom dancing, football, motor racing and swimming. Whilst woman puts on a swimming cap and waves at camera voice over suggests that sports made easier for spectacle wearers by pair of contact lenses. (xviii) Electrolux. A hoover is seen inside the frame of an eye. (xix) Fred Fearnley Ltd. Scooters and Motorcycles. (xx) Scentinel Quiff. Air freshener. A man in an armchair sneezes - a woman's hand sprays the Quiff. Cigarette put out in an ashtray. Man in an apron frying something on the stove - lots of fumes coming off. Quiff is sprayed. Woman walks towards the camera carrying large bunch of flowers. (xxi) D.D.D. Woman holds her head in her hands (because she has spots). Graphic bars appear in front of her. She then smiles at the camera holding a box of D.D.D. (xxii) Dinneford's. Baby crying in a cot. Mother feeds it medicine. Baby sleeps. (xxiii) Setlers. Man holds his chest. Shot of a pack. Man in laboratory. (xxiv) Fray Bentos. Stop frame animation of three cans of soup, then some funny business stretching and squashing the image (using special lenses?) to a jazzy jingle. (xxv) Bread. Tray with teapot and cups and saucers and a toasted sandwich. Woman tells viewer how to make curried egg toasted sandwich. (Scrambled egg, margarine and pickle). The jingle is: "When it is time to have a break, have a sandwich" so presume it is an advert for bread in general. <br/> <br/>(xxvi) Bristow's Hair Tonic. Man massages his head in front of a mirror. He puts some Bristow's in his hand then rubs it on to his head. Then combs his hair. (xxvii)Tide. Animation . Woman walks along with a basket collecting washing saying "Oh my, dirty again! Thank goodness for Tide". Real action: woman in her kitchen in an apron puts her washing in a machine. Washing flapping on a line. Pile of folded shirts. She places them on a shelf. (xxviii) Wm Younger's Beer. Animation with jingle. Wm Younger character sings a song praising the beer. <br/> <br/>(xxviii) Fray Bentos. Cans pop on to the screen in formation to jingle. (xxviii) Heinz. Stop frame animation of a Christmas scene with angels. "Enjoy 1957 with Heinz 57 varieties". (xxix) Brylcreem. Cricket match. "You'd be stumped without your Brylcreem". Cricket ball in a man's cupped hands changes into jar of Brylcreem. (xxx) Peter Robinson. Two women side by side with graphics showing that one is 5 feet tall, the other 6 feet 2 inches. "Peter Robinson have a size for you". <br/> <br/>(xxxi) Dunlop. A group of cyclists. (xxxii) Huntley and Palmers. Shopkeeper stacking tins of biscuits says that Huntley and Palmers is the first name he thinks of in biscuits. (xxxiii) Beryl Reid holds a bowling ball to her ear. She is playing a character called "Marlene". Jokes abound. She has beer bottles for earrings. Tray of M & B Bitter is brought up and placed on table. Marlene drinks a half. <br/> <br/>(xxxiv) Tide. A family walks through a country village and down to a harbour. They run on the beach. The parents sit on the sand, the children play. Mother dries daughter's hair with a towel. Father takes a picture of the family group. Packet of Tide surrounded by clean folded clothes. (xxxv) Esso Extra. Irish, Scottish and Welsh characters sing song in praise of Esso. <br/> <br/>(xxxvi) Love Story trailer - various lovey dovey shots of Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. Montage of mostly still shots. (xxxvii) Chrysler Sunbeam ad. Petula Clark sings "Put a Chrysler Sunbeam in your life ...etc." Audience in studio seen, also cameramen and director. Petula and husband (?) seen putting luggage in the boot and getting into the car. C/U of car being started, gear stick, instrument panel etc. Petula presses the back seat to show how comfy it is. Car drives through country roads. They arrive at the television studio. More singing. It is rather fab!