RESCUE/CAR EXPLOSION (03/18/1995)
DRAMATIC VIDEO!!!! OF A MAN BEING PULLED OUT OF A CAR JUST BEFORE THE VEHICLE EXPLODED (ALSO ON TAPE). THE FIRE STARTED WHEN A TRUCK LOADED WITH AUTO PARTS LOST CONTROL AND SLIPPED OVER ON ITS SIDE, AFTER IT HIT A CAR HEAD ON. THE CAR'S DRIVER WHO RESCUE WORKERS SAVED WAS 23-YEAR-OLD DAVID KARISCH. RESCUERS SAWED KARISCH OUT. A SPLIT SECOND AFTER THEY PULLED HIM OUT, THE CAR BURST INTO FLAMES. KARISCH WAS HOSPITALIZED, AND IS IN FAIR CONDITION, SUFFERING FROM A BACK INJURY, BUT MIRACULOUSLY, NO BURNS. THE TRUCK DRIVER, 30-YEAR-OLD IRFAN BOZKURT DRIVER SUFFERED MERELY SCRATCHES. HE HAS BEEN TREATED FOR MINOR INJURIES AND RELEASED.
CHUTING STARS
ISSUE_NO = 1764 NO_OF_ITEMS = 4 COMMENTATOR = Leslie Mitchell ITEM_NO = 2 DESCRIPTION : At last man can fly. The US Navy's "Chuting Stars", sky-diving 2 miles over their base in California. Difficult to realise these men are falling like stones. So's the cameraman for that matter. By moving their arms and legs, they can manoeuvre just like aeroplanes. CARD_FILE = 86281 CARD_TITLE : CHUTING STARS! SHOT_LIST : Key scene. GV US Navy's "Chuting Stars" from plane. Men flying in mid-air (2 shots). Men handing over baton in mid-air (2 shots). MS Man flying. MS Man loop-the-loop. These are free falling activities carried out by the US Navy's "Chuting Stars" over El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. INDEX : Countries - United States Of America, Towns and Cities, Naval, Aviation, Mankind, Buildings FEET_SHOT = 85 DATE_SUBD = 03/00/1963
AFP-54AC 16mm; VTM-54AC Beta SP; NET-102 DigiBeta (at 01:13:31:00); Beta SP
LIVING DANGEROUSLY
BUSH/WISCONSIN
00:00:00:00 Pres Bush speaks at outdoor rally on his whistle-top campaign train tour (audio on ch 1)--let's reelect Sen Bob Kasten for another 6 yrs; I like the kids in these (Halloween) cost ...
Universal International Newsreel 1955
The city's first skyscraper in two decades is dedicated, the 41-story Prudential Building. Various shots exterior and interior of Prudential. At the time this footage was taken. The Prudential Building, 41 stories, was the tallest building in downtown Chicago, 1955. View from upper window looking west over the Loop. (Building, dedication) Chicago streets and skyscrapers, showcasing the Prudential. MCUS - The Prudential building panning shot. MCUS - Inside the lobby of the A Change in Chicago Skyline: Prudential Building. CUS - Dedication is taking place and a time capsule is sealed into the wall of the building. CUS - The Illinois State Seal. CUS - Pannels showing off the 27 high speed elevators. MS - The conference room, oval table many men sitting around it. MCUS - Observation tower, people looking at the other buildings and streets below, hazy day. the loop shot from the observation tower. Housing Blast: Bomb Plot Hinted As 25 Die In Germany. A mysterious blast destroys a new apartment house, with block-buster impact. Cause of the explosion, which killed 25, in unknown, but as rescue workers sift the crumbled wreckage for 1 person still believed to have perished, police speculate that an act of political assassination may have been attempted, at shocking cost. OH shot, the building is reduced to rubble, police and rescuers searching the heap of bricks for a sign a life. CUS - Police and rescue worker sifting through the bricks, plaster and wood looking for survivors. CUS - Towns people crowded together watching and looking at this big disaster that lays in front of them. CUS - Policeman holds a scarf for a second and then he discards it. MS - An army crane to assist in searching. MCUS - Police and rescue workers removing a dead body. CUS - Older man wearing glasses and a cap. OHS - Removal of another dead body, hordes of police and rescue workers. Pope Pius X11 And President Signor Gronchi - Italy. His Holiness Pope Pius XII gives a formal audience to Italy's President Gronchi, at which the treaty between the Vatican and Italy is renewed, in Accordance with Papal tradition. President Gronchi, of Italy was staunchly anti-communist and was known as a stimulating person. Guards of the Vatican Basilica. MCUS - Holy procession of Italy's President - Signor Gronchi on way to his formal audience with His Holiness Pope Pius XII. MS - Vatican Basilica fountain off to the left. MS - Pope Pius Xii and President Signor Gronchi, kneeling getting blessed. CUS - Pope Pius XII and President Signor Gronchi of Italy, wearing a huge smile. Rioting at the US. Pavilion marks the Ethiopian Trade Fair. No politics involved - crowds get excited over free color pictures of Emperor Haile Sclassie, and the police move in to keep order. Establishing shot - Record crowds at the United States pavilion at the Ethiopian Trade Fair. MOHS - A small riot erupts over free pictures of Emperor Haile Sclassie. MCUS - Pushing and shoving men trying to make their way to get a free picture. CUS - Crowd and some of the men holding up their newly acquired picture of the emperor. MCUS - Police move in and start whacking some of the men with their Billie sticks. CUS - In spite of the blows from the policemen some members of the crowd is smiling. Vice President Nixon presents the Harmon Trophy to the Nation's Outstanding Aviator of the Year, Marine Colonel James Coleman, who test-piloted the 'Pogo-Stick' plane. Establishing shot - Vice President Nixon and Marine Colonel, James Coleman. CUS - Marine Colonel, James Coleman holding up his trophy. CUS - His medal. Floor shot up - Colonel James Coleman. MCUS - Vice President Nixon and Colonel James Coleman. Oil riches brings Caracas, Capital City of Venezuela up to modern times. President Jirnenez dedicates a modern school for the children and a housing project for 13,000 people. Rent per month would be $25.00. (Back in 1955 that is not a real cheap rent). Establishing shot - Aerial shot of the capital city, Caracas. Aerial shot - Highways with cars. MCUS - President Jirnenez and other officers. CUS - School children applauding the President as he passes by. CUS - President Jirnenez cutting a ribbon at the dedication. Camera panning - City shot, housing and school. CUS - People getting water from the community well. Camera panning - From poor housing to the new apartment buildings. MCUS/OH - President Jirnenez and his entourage. MLS - Apartment buildings. Heisman Award Goes to Cassady: Presented with the annual Heisman Award for Football's Outstanding Player of the Year, Ohio State's Howard Hopalong Cassady. Newsreel clips bring back highlights of his '55 grid performance which climaxed 4 sensational years on the collegiate gridiron. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions. Establishing shot - Raymond Tierney presenting the Heisman Award to Howard Hopalong Cassidy, his wife is standing by his side. CUS - Raymond Tierney, Howard Cassady (alt spelling Cassidy), his wife and ?. MLS - Football clips from Ohio State University. CUS - Head shot of Howard. CUS - Howard and his wife, giving each other a quick kiss. Sweet. Snowy slopes make winter official for ski-birds, and the camera captures an early glimpse of fashionable ski-togs for the coming season. The trend is toward gay colors, with a special bow for the look-alike set - match mate sweaters for the trail. Establishing shot - Snow covered trees Mt. Hood, Oregon. MCUS - Snow covered lodge, two skiers. CUS - St. Bernard dog laying on the floor of the lodge, under a coffee table. MCUS - Three models, introducing sports apparel introduced by Jenson. Male model has a plaid vest on and the female model has a plaid skirt, solid colored sweater trimmed by a plaid collar. CUS - More models sitting by the fireplace, wearing solid color sweaters and plaid pants. MLS - Skiers outside with their skis, male and female models have matching sweaters on, in the Northman's pattern. CUS - Two models, male and female have matching solid sweaters with hoods. CUS - Female model wearing the Jester, cap and scarf with knitted in design. MLS - Crowd of skiers headed for the lift. Tow rope, chair lift or the ski cap purrs your way to the top. MLS - Skiers skiing down hill.
AS IF STRUNG ON STRINGS IN THE SKY!
Full title reads: "Cleveland. As If Strung On Strings In The Sky! Amazing aerobatics by America's ace squadrons." <br/> <br/>Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>Shots of planes flying high overhead in formation. Shots of crowds looking up to watch acrobatic displays. Planes fly loop the loops in formation. <br/> <br/>Air to air shots of biplane in free dive. Various shots of planes flying close to the ground.
Fast Images Library
MIXED SUBJECTS: BASE AF95, BRATISLAVA, PARABATICS, AMPUTEE SKYDIVERS, BASE LOW BRIDGE, CHICAGO BUILDING, LA BUILDING, SKYDIVING DOG, SKYDIVE 101, ORCAS ISLAND, PALAU, RUSSIA PRACTICE, HANG GLIDING MAUI & TELLURIDE. 00:01:00 Shot of woman in pink headband jumping off extremely high cliff and following her down. Belly cam of 3 way cliff diving formation. Down view of man in yellow falling down to ground, away from camera, and parachute release near river, camera pull back. Tweet's Point: side view man in yellow jumping off cliff down side of what looks like waterfall. Shot of man with helmet and camera on head jumping off cliff and flipping. Same side shot of woman in pink jumping off cliff, through mist down to river. 00:02:27 Boenish point, three person jump, pink woman jump, green man jump and falls out of frame. Plane exit of group of people in white at slow speed. POV inside plane, team runs out and jumps. 03:19:08 Amazing shot of stream of jumpers exiting plane in slow motion, camera mounted on tail, stream of people passing by camera in air. POV in midst of group of people, looks like flying, exiting plane. Longer POV of group exiting plane at magic hour into clouds, turn up to see planes getting farther from camera. Belly camera looking back at jumper blowing kisses to camera. Neat shot of looks like flock of birds flying in formation at magic hour but turns out to actually be people! Another group belly mount view. Slow motion jumpers exiting plane from ramp mount camera. Air shot of two people under parachutes joining and twirling. Two parachutes on landing approach. Three people on parachutes joined in "tri-plane" maneuver. 00:05:05 Five formation of jumpers in air turns into six formation as one-legged jumper joins. Level shot of jumper formation, prosthetic of one jumper visible. Man jumps of structure into canyon with river, parachute deploys, filmographer's feet visible in shot. Rear POV of jumping off bridge as two men on bridge watch. Below angle of two men jumping off building and parachute deployment to landing. Rear POV of building jump through parachute deployment. Belly cam of man jumping off high tower. POV of high tower jump, feet flipping through sky, ground. Rear belly cam of man in yellow jumping off building. High angle of two men jumping off building. Another ground camera angle of two men jumping off building and parachuting to landing (Chicago). POV of jump off Los Angeles building, feet visible throughout. 00:08:14 POV looking down of four man jump from high antenna (BASE). POV looking up of men jumping off high antenna. POV of BASE jumper in yellow off antenna. View from street level of solo jumper from building. Rear POV shot of building jump in Chicago. Rear POV showing shadow of jumper and parachute during landing. Camera on top of building, down angle of building jump. Solo building jump in Chicago from ground. Rear POV of three man antenna jump with Mike Allen in shot. POV during front flip off antenna with another jumper above filming. Rear POV on two person antenna jump. Rear POV on three person jump. View from top of antenna in three person jump. Side view at top of antenna as man in red jumps. Camera at top as man in red jumps facing the tower. Camera on top as man in green does back layout. POV of three man jump. Slow motion of man doing front loop off antenna. Rear POV of man exiting on two man jump. Camera at mid level as man falls to and past camera on solo antenna jump. 00:15:06 Man in bandanna in free fall with tiny dog in his shirt: Brutus the skydiving dog! On land, skydiving dog gives man a kiss. On ground, dog watches man pack parachute. Dog and man in freefall (dog does famous PEOPLE magazine smile), ground camera of man and dog landing. Man writes in jump log book while dog watches. 00:16:04 man inside plane talks and man in red suit gets out of plane and jumps. Several people exit plane, man in green barrel rolls for the camera then tracks away, two men hold on to woman in pink, she practices deploying parachute then does. Ground camera as woman in pink lands next to the camera. Color coordinated four person skydive falling past wispy cloud, nice four man skydive enters the frame, level shots as men turn in synchronization, belly cam on man facing forward in sky. Orcas Island, belly cam on man in white part of large group formation with nice bright blue and white background, aerial view of parachute descending over green Orcas Island and ocean, wing mount camera on plane as door opens, jumpers climb out and exit, wing mount as jumpers exit then bodies from another plane fall through frame and plane door closes. Nice rear shot following landing parachute in golden field, then side view of same landing. CU up angle of woman in freefall through parachute deployment. Wing shot of women and men in brightly colored clothes exiting plane over Palau, exit shot showing multiple aircraft with jumpers falling out of frame. Camera level with large complete formation, back lit, jumpers slowly break away from formation and track towards camera and out of frame. Slow motion of previous shot of multiple planes and exit of jumpers. POV exit shot with all five planes. Nice following shots of jumpers approaching large formation. Slow motion exit of five planes unloading jumpers. Belly cam on jumper facing plane on exit. Belly mount, nice POV of joining large formation. Belly mount of man during parachute deployment, man excited. Belly cam on jumper in the center of the formation as other jumpers join and formation gets bigger. Various angles and POVs of people joining formation. Belly cam down as jumper opens his parachute revealing jumpers in circle formation below. 00:23:34 camera on tail during hang gliding take-off run and launch at Haleakala Crater. Behind shot of man hang gliding through clouds. Shot from behind of hang glider landing on Makena beach. Side shot of man taking off hang gliding at Haleakala Crater (Maui). Side shot of man hang gliding through clouds. Side shot of man hang gliding over ocean and shore, he waves to catamaran below and lands on beach. Side shot of man on hang glider doing loops with Haleakala peak visible in background. Front view of man launching hang glider on snowy mountain. Front view of man on hang glider trailing red smoke and doing maneuvers. Front view of man launching hang glider from snowy field, side view of same launch. Side view of hang glider with red smoke trailing during dives and turns. Rear view of hang glider on snowy launch, nice over mountains, rear view of smoke trailing during loops over evergreens and valley. Front view of flag decorated hang glider as man does loops, man gives camera a peace sign. Side view of loops. 00:27:52 Wide shot of hang glider with red smoke trailing doing loops, snowy trees and mountain in background. WS of glider failing to complete loop, tumbles and flops with white sky background, looks like spiraling out of control and parachute is deployed as glider falls into valley. White paraglider above rock formation at Telluride, pull back to see whole mountain view. Second take of paraglider near rock formation. Ground camera view of Paraglider looping and turning with smoke trailing.
1950s NEWSREELS
A NEW ONE: THE LOOP SWING (HF-YTV) NEW RIDE AT CARNIVAL IS SHOWN BY INVENTOR AS HE TESTS THE HUGE LOOPING SWING. 50 FEET ABOVE THE GROUND BECKETT WALKS ON A FREE ROLLING CIRCLE USING NO GUIDE LINES. AMUSEMENT PARK RIDE
The Evening Team of February 7, 2024 (EDS).
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Fast Images Library
Opening nice extreme sports montage; BASE JUMPING off ANGEL FALLS: (feat. Moe Viletto, Garrett (?) McCarter, Dennis McCl?) POV on helmet, WS jumper falling, POV back at cliff, POV down w/jumper further below, WS parachute being pulled & opening, WS two jumpers off corner of tall building, POV legs in mid-air as jumper falls off lg radio antenna; hi < jumper off bridge, lo < POV jumper's face, WS tilt up high cliff waterfall w/small rainbow (Angel Falls-- really nice); LS waterfall; jumper w/ helmet cam off cliff, flips; helmet cam POV; HA jumper falling, lo < POV jumper's face as parachute opens, jumper off cliff, HA jumper falling, POV, lo < WS jumper parachuting down, jumper stepping up to edge of cliff, POV up to edge of cliff, POV jumping off cliff, POV straight down, hi < WS jumper off edge of cliff (NICE), slo-mo HA WS jumper falling down, HA ZI jumper pull parachute cord & open, HA WS two jumpers falling, vs <'s trio jumps; POV cliff & waterfall w/rainbow, POV jumper's face w/ parachute open. 03:05:30:00 DIRTBIKE/MOTOCROSS RACING: (feat. Larry Roeseler) biker standing over bike w/purple sky, bike thru desert, letterboxed big sun ball w/clouds, letterbox pan of barren mountain landscape, cracked desert earth, VS letterbox desert landscape, aerial desert mountain terrain, bike racing to camera w/dust trail, aerial racing around dirt path, biker jumping over small stream, CU z-o to WS of biker speeding across desert plain w/dust trail, slo-mo biker across path and jumping, pan biker speeding across dusty plain w/helicopter, biker racing at camera & hitting a jump, aerial CU to WS biker racing across sandy path/trail, VS biker racing across desert dusty trails, CU biker turning & kicking sand at camera, racing across desert sand, good slo-mo silhouette jumping w/ocean sunset bkgrd, pops a wheelie, vs night riding w/headlight, VS jumps over ravines/train tracks/etc.., pop-a-wheelie at cam, slo-mo bike up dirt wall, slo-mo turn on sand dune - nice, slo-mo long jump out over sand dune w/sunset and ocean bkgrd., WS aerial dust trail riding, nice mini table-top jump over sand dune to freeze-frame. 03:09:45:00 WAKEBOARDING (feat. Darin Shapiro pulled by boat & helicopter): slo-mo spraying water out past wake, VS aerial jump tricks: flips/backside grabs/etc, CU feet on board, flip/twist trick, nice lo < boarder crossing in front of camera, more tricks, board grabs, riding the wake, straight down shot of man on board, WS long jump over other boarder, high flying jump over camera, VARI-SPEED of jump, vs tricks on bungee cord contraption, VS flips, boards by cam splashing water, nice wipe-outs/crashes/spills, VS tricks at pro competition (spectators viz), WS water-level letterbox pan glacier/glacial ocean (Alaska), helicopter by, slomo glacier breaks off (calves), men in dingy boat, helicopter pulls wake boarder (Tahiti), vs hi & lo <'s, VS boarder pulled by helicopter, SLO-MO CU boarder in action on water. 03:14:15:00 BULL RIDING/RODEO: (feat. Tuff Hedeman & a bull named Bodacious) vs WS out of gate on bull; falls off; vs prepping, gripping rope, series of nasty rodeo spills & bloopers; more riding; nice fall w/ bull going after fallen rider; ex-slo-mo bull jumping; accident footage of Hedeman getting his face crushed, tossed around like a doll; diff < of same; really pissed-off bull chases clown; series of falls and bull attacks; vs guy w/ hand stuck under saddle dragged around, clowns try to help & get tossed into air (pretty wild); vs "perfect" rides; brief shot unimpressed-looking audience applauds halfheartedly. 03:19:50:00 BUNGEE JUMPING: (feat. Greg Riffi) vs sepia <'s Riffi doing insane things-- dragged by helicopter on his feet along desert floor ("barefooting"), bungee jumping from helicopter, barefoot water skiing from one, snowboarding down gravel cliff (no snow), extreme skiing. Color ftg prep for bungee jump: pilot gives OK sign to camera; vs <'s bungee jump off helicopter over tropical ocean (many nice fisheye POV's); vs < some other nut barefooting. GREAT underwater POV looking up at sunlight-- no fish; WS many sharks at reef; lo < snorkler; snorkler dives, free diving down coral wall (long); EWS Riffi descending; more sharks; Riffi ascending; underwater < dolphin or man diving into water (can't tell which); Riffi swims thru reef like the Man from Atlantis with dolphin-like uniflipper; vs Riffi cavorts w/ dolphins; vs nice CU's dolphin by; vs WS Riffi doing jumps w/ pair of dolphins; nice sunset silhouette 2 dolphins 'dance" on tails; slo-mo sunset silhouette Riffi jumps up from water. TORNADO CHASERS: vs incredible tornado shots; vintage aftermath footage c. 1970; letterboxed sequences of storm chaser technology; big-ass tornado from moving van; driving POV w/ tornado ahead; home video shot inside house w/ tornado hitting (family scatters); aerial aftermath damage; neat < tornado funnel forming; vs tornados, many w/ flying debris viz. 03:29:30:00 BAREFOOT WATERSKIING: (feat. Lane Bowers) vs <'s, flips, sliding on his back (vs speeds, wears a helmet in some shots). SKATEBOARDING: (feat. Tony Hawk) vs <'s jumps, putting on pads; over course, in "pipe" thing; dorky kid slides on skateboard; series of wipe-out (all Hawk); series of vs jumps, all image-processed in some way. 03:37:45:00 COAST GUARD RESCUE BOATS: slo-mo v. heavy surf/waves break; Coast Guard lifesaving class; hi < 2 coast Guard ships in high seas; vs slo-mo rescuers in red jumpsuits boat battered by heavy waves; vs CU's rescuers suit up; CU ship's radar (spinning); CU carabiner hooked into loop on ship; WS 3 boats in formation; vs boats in really rough water; VS Coast Guard ships being tossed around by waves. FREESTYLE SKIING: (feat la Roche family) vs archival ski jump footage; vs training on "water ramp"-- summer ski jump down rollers into water; slo-mo freestyle jump; amazing blooper as guy loses ski during twist and lands painfully; series of freestyle crashes/bloopers; slo-mo perfect jump; skier POV off ramp, beginning twist; vs good jumps; freestyle jump montage.
(RUG MAKING)
No title. <br/> <br/>M/S of two girls unfolding a piece of fabric. It is a rug making kit. C/U of a rug needle. Wool is threaded through the needle. We then see a C/U of the woman punching the needle through the hessian fabric. C/U of the other side of the fabric showing the wool loops on the other side. The needle is punched through from the other side so we can see how the loops are made. The loops are then cut with large scissors. <br/> <br/>Rug backing is affixed by ironing. One of the women holds out a piece of backing. They are possibly mother and daughter. The mother irons. She then lifts up the rug and shows it to camera. It is lovely. "And here are some samples of this quick and useful home craft." The mother unrolls a ready made carpet, other examples of the craft are held up to the camera. C/U of one of the rugs. The mother and daugher laugh - obviously having fun together. <br/> <br/>End title reads: "If you would like further details, free of charge, send postcard to: - Editor, Eve's Film Review, 103 Wardour Street, London W1. "Service with the Cinema." <br/> <br/>Was originally an item in Eve's Film Review issue number 459.
The Shock Team of December 22, 2023 (EDC).
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IRAN CONTRA HEARINGS: ED MEESE (1987)
ATTORNEY GENERAL EDWIN MEESE TOLD THE SELECT COMMITTEES ABOUT THE DECISION NOT TO INITIALLY INFORM CONGRESS ABOUT THE INITIATIVE TO GET THE HOSTAGES OUT. HE ADDED THAT HE WAS LARGELY OUT OF THE LOOP ON IRAN CONTRA.
00/00/68 C003672 / COLOR NO DATELINE "TO THE MOON BY COMPUTER".
00/00/68 C003672 / COLOR NO DATELINE "TO THE MOON BY COMPUTER". UNCUT "MOON" SHOWS: APOLLO / SATURN V LIFTOFF; AND ART WORK OF EARTH AS SEEN FROM THE MOON: COMPUTERS IN OPERATION AT MARSHALL SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, PLOTTING APOLLO 8 TRAJECTORY: CLOSE UP OF EARTH ( ROTATING ) AS DEPICTED BY COMPUTERS: "DOTS" REPRESENTING FLIGHT PATH OF APOLLO 8 IN EARTH ORBIT, AND THEN STARTING TOWARD MOON: COMPUTER GENERATED PICTURE SHOWING EARTH AND MOON ( REVOLVING AROUND EARTH ); FLIGHT PATH OF APOLLO 8 FROM EARTH TO MOON, IN ORBIT AROUND MOON ( 10 ORBITS ) AND THEN RETURNING TO EARTH: COMPUTER "DOTS" SHOWING "FREE RETURN" TRAJECTORY ( SPACECRAFT LOOPS BEHIND MOON, WITHOUT ORBITING, AND RETURNS TO EARTH ): ZOOM IN VIEW OF EARTH; THEN THE APOLLO 8 RE-ENTRY PATH IS PLOTTED: APOLLO 8 PARACHUTES DEPLOYED ( ART WORK ); COMMAND MODULE IN WATER, WITH HELICOPTER OVERHEAD (SHOT 1968 175FT) SPACE RESEARCH APOLLO 8 EARTH ANIMATION COMPUTERS MOON ( ANIMATION ) XX / 175 FT / 16 POS / COLOR 500 FT / 16 POS / COLOR / CUTS
AFP-79K 35mm VTM-79K Beta SP
SKY DIVERS
AFP-15E 16mm VTM-15E Beta SP
YUKON JAKE
The November 20, 2023 Shock Team (EDC).
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TIME TO REMEMBER - SITTING STILL AND GOING SLOWLY ( 1922 ) - reel 1
Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened. <br/><br/>Reel 1.<br/><br/>01:00:12 - L/S of aerialist Lillian Boyer doing a handstand on the top of an aeroplane then dangling from a rope by her teeth. L/S as the aeroplane loops-the-loop. M/S as a man pedals another 'plane on the ground, it taxis along them collapses in on itself. <br/><br/>01:00:34 - Opening title - "Time to Remember. A programme to take you back - however young you may be. Recalled by Michael Redgrave."<br/><br/>01:00:57 - M/S of a man walking along with big square 'beaver' beard, he looks around then carries on his way. C/U of a man's legs wearing 'Oxford Bags' - trousers with very wide bottoms and turn-ups, he walks away. <br/><br/>01:01:09 - C/U of milk being ladled into a jug from a bucket by the milkman, and left on the doorstep.<br/><br/>01:01:17 - M/S of a bus driver, M/S of a bus conductor taking money from people on an open top bus. <br/><br/>01:01:22 - M/S of opening titles for 'Felix the Cat' cartoon. M/S of Felix pacing up and down by a tree. <br/><br/>01:01:33 - M/S of two men and a lady sat at a table in a nightclub, they laugh and joke, the men are smoking cigarettes. Various shots of nightclub scenes with people having fun. <br/><br/>01:01:44 - L/S of British troops on the street in Ireland, an armoured car drives past, people stand at the side and watch. <br/><br/>01:02:01 - Title - "1922. Sitting Still and Going Slowly."<br/><br/>01:02:06 - L/S of journalists and photographers stood outside the gates to a big house in Doorn, Holland where ex-Kaiser Wilhelm is in exile. The occasion is his wedding. M/S of photographers walking along. They have been told they are not allowed to film the wedding. M/S of them standing beside bushes trying to get a shot of him. L/S of Wilhelm filmed through a fence and behind trees. C/U of a later shot of ex-Kaiser Wilhelm and his wife stood together in the snow. <br/><br/>01:02:55 - M/S of allied troops parading through the Rhineland. M/S of a group of unemployed men standing together, M/S of two children hugging their mother. Various shots of crowd scenes and a man making a passionate speech about poverty and unemployment in Germany. M/S as a truck full of policemen drive down the street to keep the peace. <br/><br/>01:03:16 - M/S of fascist march down a street in Rome. King Victor Emmanuel III watches and salutes from balcony. Various shots of black shirts on or near a train. M/S as they draw graffiti on the side. M/S of Benito Mussolini wearing top hat and stood with two other men. <br/><br/>01:03:59 - M/S of several men on a golf course. Various shots of David Lloyd George trying to teach Astride Briand to play golf, without much success, in Cannes. They clown around and laugh as they play. <br/><br/>01:04:30 - Good L/S of the Houses of Parliament. L/S of traffic in London. <br/><br/>01:04:42 - M/S of Sinn Fein delegates after they have arrived in London for peace conference. Arthur Griffith is stood in the middle. M/S of people praying in the streets for conference success. <br/><br/>01:04:59 - M/S of people in Dublin cheering as cars drive through. L/S of people stood outside Parliament (?) building. M/S of flag of the Irish Free State being raised on the building. <br/><br/>01:05:11 - M/S of two soldiers saluting. M/S of barriers and barbed wire being dismantled. L/S of British troops leaving Ireland, people shake hands with them and wave them on their way. L/S as the ship begins to sail. <br/><br/>01:05:40 - M/S of three soldiers of the Irish Free State army with their rifles. C/U of Michael Collins in military uniform. Various scenes of very long queues of people waiting to enlist in the new army.<br/><br/>01:05:58 - M/S's of new recruits being kitted out. L/S of troops marching along with Irish flag. <br/><br/>01:06:17 - C/U of Mary MacSwiney and a man chatting together, the story is about her hunger strike in Mountjoy prison. M/S exterior of Mountjoy prison where her sister Annie is on also on hunger strike. Various shots of Annie on a bed looking miserable, she smiles when she sees the camera. <br/><br/>01:06:50 - L/S of people at Ascot wearing the latest fashions, various shots. <br/><br/>01:07:07 - C/U of King George V talking to someone off screen, Queen Mary is behind him. L/S of the couple. M/S of Queen Alexandra, widow of Edward VII, chatting to someone on the steps of a house, they are surrounded by beagles. <br/><br/>01:07:29 - M/S of Princess Mary posing for the cameras, C/U of her talking. M/S of her fiancé Viscount Lascelles on a horse before a hunt, he leans over to speak to a lady. M/S of the hunting party.<br/><br/>01:07:40 - L/S of a big battleship, C/U profile of Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, on the dock. M/S of him in safari helmet, M/S of him with Prince Hirohito. M/S of him chatting to someone at a hunt. M/S of him getting ready for a game of Polo. <br/><br/>01:08:08 - M/S of Louis Mountbatten and his new wife Edwina Ashley emerging from St. Margaret's church followed by bridesmaids. M/S of the group posing inside for a wedding photograph, Prince Edward is best man and stands next to the bride. <br/><br/>01:08:21 - M/S of Prince Albert, Duke of York, shaking hands with a football team at West Ham. M/S as he kicks off the match between Dockland teams. <br/><br/>01:08:30 - M/S of people riding their horses up and down Rotten Row in Hyde Park, London. <br/><br/>01:08:39 - M/S of the Houses of Parliament. M/S of British fascists marching along and doing their salute, they kneel and hold their flag up then salute again.<br/><br/>End of Reel 1 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.
shuttle - space - walk (12/12/1998)
The shuttle Endeaver astronauts sucessfully completed their construction work on the international space station today. This was the third and final space walk out into the cargo cay for Jerry Ross and James Newman. Ross and Newman worked 250 miles above the earth lugging out a bundle of wrenches, ratchets, clamps, bars, foot loops, tethers and other tools. They strapped the bundle to the top of the Unity, the American-made side of the station. The tools will be used by future space walkers which will probably happen in May when the next crew it expected to go up. Ross focused on freeing the stuck Russian antenna after he and Newman ran a check on the cables that they installed earlier in the week. It took Ross several minutes of poking and proding until the antenna finally shot out to its full four feet.
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: TOKYO, JAPAN TITLE: LADIES SKATING SERVICED DATE: 03/05/77 NO: LNC 80477 DATE SHOT: 03/03 LENGTH: 43FT SECONDS: 1:09 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL:
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: TOKYO, JAPAN TITLE: LADIES SKATING SERVICED DATE: 03/05/77 NO: LNC 80477 DATE SHOT: 03/03 LENGTH: 43FT SECONDS: 1:09 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL: FILM SHOWS: AMERICA'S LINDA FRATIANNE WINNING WOMEN'S TITLE IN WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD IN: THE NEW WOMEN'S WORLD SKATING CHAMPION IS A SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD AMERICAN GIRL -- LINDA FRATIANNE. SHE SUCCEEDS ANOTHER AMERICAN -- GOLD MEDALLIST DOROTHY HAMILL, WHO HAS TURNED PROFESSIONAL -- AS THE WORLD'S SKATING QUEEN. LINDA CAME FIFTH IN THE 1976 WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS, BUT ON THURSDAY NIGHT (MARCH 3) IN TOKYO SHE OUTSHONE HER COMPETITORS IN A HIGHLY ARTISTIC, FORCEFUL FREE STYLE PROGRAMME. FEET R/SECS 35 0:56 MS FRATIANNE IN SECOND HALF OF HER FREE STYLE PROGRAMME 38 1:01 MS SCOREBOARD 43 1:09 MS THREE WINNERS ON PODIUM, WITH FLOWERS COMMENTARY: LINDA WAS PLAGUED BY A SORE THROAT AND DIZZINESS THURSDAY EVENING (MARCH THIRD) AND SHE GOT OFF TO A BAD START BY FALLING ON HER FIRST TRIPLE TOE LOOP. BUT SHE MADE A PERFECT RECOVERY AND FINISHED HER PROGRAMME IN STYLE. (UP SOUND FOR 40 SECS.) HER PERFORMANCE WON HER TEN ORDINALS -- ONLY ONE OF THE NINE JUDGES DID NOT AWARD HER A FIRST PLACE. (UP SOUND FOR RESULTS) ANETT POETZSCH OF EAST GERMANY, THE EUROPEAN CHAMPION, CAME SECOND, AND WEST GERMANY'S DAGMAR LURZ WAS THIRD.
WABC MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO CENTRAL PARK ANNOUNCEMENT (HD)
WABC FTG MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO ANNOUNCEMENT IN CENTRAL PARK Courtesy: WABC New York, NY the Mayor will make a major announcement about Central Park. This event is open press. There will be no Q-and-A. MAYOR DE BLASIO ANNOUNCES CENTRAL PARK, WORLD'S MOST ICONIC GREENSPACE, WILL BECOME PERMANENTLY CAR-FREE Center Drive, Terrace Drive, East Drive and West Drive will be permanently closed to cars; Decision will return park to its original purpose as a recreational space NEW YORK-In advance of Earth Day 2018, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that Central Park, the world's most iconic greenspace, will become entirely car-free. Beginning on June 27, 2018, the day after the conclusion of public school classes and the first day outdoor pools are open across the city, the last sections of the park's loop drives that remain open to cars will be permanently closed to them, returning the park to its original use as an urban refuge and recreation space. More than 42 million visitors flock to Central Park each year. Returning the park's loop road to walkers, joggers and cyclists will reduce air pollution in the park and improve safety. It also signals New York City's commitment to prioritizing people over cars in its premier public spaces. Mayor de Blasio designated Prospect Park's loop drive as permanently car-free this past January. Both of the city's iconic 19th century Olmstead and Vaux parks will now share that status. "Our parks are for people, not cars. For more than a century, cars have turned parts of the world's most iconic park into a highway. Today we take it back. We are prioritizing the safety and the health of the millions of parents, children and visitors who flock to Central Park," said Mayor Bill de Blasio. "Like many New Yorkers, I count on Central Park to give me a much-needed dose of nature, and so I applaud the de Blasio administration for taking this important step. Making one of the most famous greenspaces in the world a little greener in honor of Earth Day is the perfect way to celebrate our planet. Summer in the city is going to be that much better now," said City Council Speaker Corey Johnson. "Today we proudly announce that Central Park will be car free," said DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg. "As with Brooklyn's Prospect Park, which went permanently car-free earlier this year, the change will be welcome news to pedestrians, cyclists and those who love our parks. We thank the Mayor for his leadership, and congratulate the advocates who fought for decades to make this day a reality. We look forward to the celebratory ride this summer." "Central Park is not just one of New York's favorite parks - it's one of the most-beloved, most-recognized parks in the entire world. Now, we're making history by demonstrating just how clean, accessible, and safe an urban park can be," said Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP. Cars have used Central Park's scenic loop drive for more than a century. Reductions in the hours during which cars are permitted began in the 1960s. Most recently, in 2015, Mayor de Blasio had announced that all park drives north of 72nd Street would be car-free. Northbound car traffic has continued to be permitted on Center Drive from 7am-7pm on weekdays, and southbound traffic has continued on West Drive, Terrace Drive and Center Drive from 8am-10am on weekdays. The transverse roadways at 97th, 86th, 79th and 65th Streets are not affected by these changes. They were built into the park's original design as fully-separated, below-grade streets to accommodate thru-traffic. DOT, NYC Parks, NYPD and the Central Park Conservancy are coordinating on this transition. DOT analysis shows that traffic increases on surrounding areas is expected to be minimal. To help enforce this change, the NYPD will make additional Traffic Enforcement Agents available at local intersections. As the car-free hours take effect, DOT will closely monitor conditions to better accommodate traffic changes, as well as implement additional changes if necessary. "Central Park is one of New York City's most iconic open spaces and is used by millions of New Yorkers and visitors," said Daniel Zarrilli, New York City's Senior Director of Climate Policy and Programs and Chief Resilience Officer. "Making Central Park car-free will ensure that everyone who enjoys the park will enjoy cleaner air and improved safety in support of the City's sustainability and climate goals." "Central Park becoming car free ensures we continue to better connect to our communities, and our low carbon future," said Mark Chambers, Director of the Mayor's Office of Sustainability. "Central Park is a jewel of New York City," said Congressman Adriano Espaillat. "Today's announcement ensures that New Yorkers will be able to safely enjoy the beauty, vitality, and all that the park has to offer." "Central Park is a natural wonder, providing a beautiful oasis that contributes to the physical and mental health of all who enjoy the park. Additionally, for generations, Central Park has served as a cultural and educational hub in the middle of the busiest city in the world. More than 42 million visitors head to Central Park making it a major tourism destination and economic engine for our city. Today's announcement is a major victory for our beloved park. I applaud Mayor Bill de Blasio's commitment to a greener, safer, and healthier New York City," said Senator José M. Serrano. "Today's historic announcement to make Central Park permanently car-free will protect the crown jewel of New York City parks as a true refuge from the bustle of the city streets, not to mention help reduce carbon emissions. Thank you to Mayor de Blasio, DOT Commissioner Trottenberg, and Parks Commissioner Silver for taking this extraordinary step to put park users first," said Senator Brad Hoylman. "It's great Earth Day news that Central Park is finally going completely car-free. Central Park is an oasis of calm and greenery in the heart of the world's busiest city, and now it's about to get even better," said Assembly Member Richard N. Gottfried. "The removal of cars from the Central Park loop is a great stride forward to making parks safer and more environmentally friendly," said Council Member Barry S. Grodenchik, Chair of the Committee on Parks and Recreation. "I am pleased to see this valuable space returned to parks users." "Today we're taking a bold step in our commitment to the environment and making our green spaces truly green, and opening them to pedestrians and cyclists," said Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Chair of the Committee on Transportation. "It is a timely announcement as we celebrate Earth Week and our 3rd Car Free Day tomorrow as a contribution towards preserving our planet for present and future generations. I commend the Mayor and the administration in further establishing Central Park as a place where we as New Yorkers can escape from the busy city. We have the potential to make our City the most walkable in the world." "Earth Day 2018 warrants a special New York City celebration. Park visitors will now experience our historic green spaces without the threat of speeding vehicles. Today's announcement that Central Park will join Brooklyn's Prospect Park as a 100% car-free haven means shared public space returns to its best use. The Mayor and leaders of our Parks and Transportation Departments have set things right. Now, millions of park goers each year will be safer, breathe easier, and appreciate our historic parks as they were intended," said Council Member Carlos Menchaca, Chair Committee on Immigration. "Permanently barring cars from Central Park is a long-overdue victory for every New Yorker and our environment. Parks are for people, and taking cars out of Central Park - the lungs of our city -- is a great step toward making New York greener and safer. As someone who loves to walk and cycle in the park, and as the Council Member who represents this area, I am thrilled that this precious oasis is finally freed of car traffic. I commend the Mayor for returning one of our great parks to the people," said Council Member Helen Rosenthal. "New York City's precious green spaces should be a refuge," said City Council Member Mark Levine."New Yorkers shouldn't have to worry about looking over their shoulder for oncoming traffic if they're visiting a park on a walk with their kids or riding their bike. With today's announcement, countless families, joggers and cyclists can enjoy an even safer, healthier park space." "I greatly applaud the de Blasio administration's decision to remove cars from Central Park," said Council Member Antonio Reynoso. "In a city as dense as New York City, parks serve as an escape from noise and traffic. Prioritizing pedestrians and bicycles in one of NYC's most beloved parks demonstrates that we value the preservation of open-space and greenery within our communities." "There are few places you can go where on one block you're in the bustle of the city, and the next in an urban oasis. Central Park is just that place. A car-free park gives back treasured green space and prioritizes safety and sustainability. Pedestrians, cyclists, and visitors from across the globe can enjoy the park, carefree. I applaud the Mayor for this historic decision," said Council Member Keith Powers. "The Central Park Conservancy applauds Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, and NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver for working to ensure a car-free Central Park," said Elizabeth W. Smith, President and CEO of the Central Park Conservancy. "It is our mission to restore, manage, and enhance Central Park. For over 35 years, the Conservancy has worked tirelessly with many New York City agencies to make Central Park safe and accessible. This historic initiative will ensure that the Park's essential purpose as an urban oasis will be preserved." "With today's announcement, Mayor de Blasio has done what 20 mayors before him could not do: get cars out of Central Park," said Paul Steely White, Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives. "We're glad to see this conclusion to the decades-long campaign to return New York's most iconic green space to the way it was originally intended, and we thank the mayor and Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg for their leadership in working to make Central Park once again a place for people, not for cars." "Central Park is an amazing place and resource for New Yorkers and visitors from all over the world who use the park every day to exercise their bodies and their minds in order to live a healthy life," said Michael Capiraso, NYRR President and CEO. "At New York Road Runners our mission is to help and inspire people through running, and today this already amazing park goes car free to enhance its beauty, safety, and accessibility for all runners." "Transportation Alternatives' Car-Free Central Park Committee was formed in the mid-1990s and spearheaded by longtime 5BBC member Ken Coughlin, who became the committee's chairperson in 1996. The committee raised the importance of having a car-free Central Park and the Five Borough Bicycle Club applauds this long-needed bicycle-friendly advance," said a spokesperson for the Five Borough Bike Club. "The effort to free Central Park from motor vehicles has been a long one, but it has been a fight well worth fighting. Today, we're ecstatic to see that come June, Central Park's loop drives will become car-free forever," said Ken Coughlin, a StreetsPAC board member and long-time advocate for getting cars out of the park. "We're grateful to Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Trottenberg for turning a decades-long dream into reality."