MCTV Episode 2 MARILYN CHAMBERS TV RARE UNSOLD PILOT
Intended for cable system syndication, but unsold, MCTV" features Golden Age porn star MARILYN CHAMBERS as host of a weekly adult lifestyle series
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Ian Hunter
The Golden Age of Rock 'N Roll
Musselman - Memorial
MEMORIAL SERVICE IN TWIN CITIES MONDAY FOR FORMER MN TIMBERWOLVES COACH BILL MUSSELMAN. HE DIED EARLIER THIS MONTH (MAY 2000) AT THE AGE OF 59.
BROADWAY: THE GOLDEN AGE PREMIERE
Timmins in the 1920's
Shot of prospectors marching along Main Street in cold of winter, some are leading horses others riding in cutters and sleighs. Shots of buses and cars in front of Dalton's in winter, parading past camera as Mr Dalton holds up sign, "WE NEVER SLEEP". PAN of crowd watching parade. Confused looking town policeman standing in middle of snow-laden street, speeded up scenes of pedestrians scurrying along street, buses passing in front of Dwyers Livery and Taxi in Schumacher, Ontario. Two elderly men chatting, printing crew outside office of town paper the "PORCUPINE ADVANCE". Interior shot of man operating lyonotype in office. CS of man setting up printing forms, feeding sheets into press, printed news coming off press. CS of school children running towards and past camera, hearse in front of funeral parlour. Cars entering "CITY SERVICE" gasoline station in 40 below zero weather. Interior shot of department store. Exterior and interior shots of plumbing store, plumbers threading pipe. Woman inspecting modern bathroom articles in store. LS of lumber mill, sawhorse being hauled on sleigh by horse. Shots of men in overalls planing, dressing lumber in mill. Men carrying Beatty washer. LS of ore cars at coal sheds in Timmins, coal being unloaded from truck. Bakery trucks outside and inside, men loading flour in mixer, bread being mixed in hand mixer in bakery, dough being rolled and cut for baking, placed in oven and finally coming out in golden loaves, being wrapped in sanitary paper. Sunday dressed bakers loading their trucks with products, customers buying the goods in grocery store. Shot of horse-drawn delivery sleigh in winter. CS of Phillip Boudreau with two of his dogs in living room of his home.
(HZ) Spain Art
Golden age painter and his court portraits
1929 Noah's Ark Trailer
Noah's Ark - 1929 b&w trailer - biblical Spectacle of the ages - burning tablet announces flood - worship of the golden calf by pagans - the rise of the tower of babel - c/u of Dolores Costello - l/s of Noah's ark with animals - crowd inundated by water - lightning bolt - virgin sacrifice - buildings crumble in flood
11/10/65 A0026283 NEW YORK CITY: GOLDEN AGE CENTER NYC:
11/10/65 A0026283 NEW YORK CITY: GOLDEN AGE CENTER NYC: LOCALS "AGE CENTER" SHOWS: NO SHOT LIST, NOTE: EXCELLENT LIBRAY CUS FACES OLD PEOPLE: (SHOT 11/10/65 80FT) AGED FACES - AGED XX / 100 FT / 16 NEG / D9891
TV ON THE RADIO PERFORMS ON AUSTIN CITY LIMITS
TV ON THE RADIO PERFORMS ON AUSTIN CITY LIMITS YOUNG LIARS 8:36 LAZZERAY 3:51 GOLDEN AGE 4:24 HAPPY IDIOT 3:03 SEEDS 5:01 COULD YOU 5:16 WOLF LIKE ME 4:43 CAREFUL YOU 5:45 BLUES FROM DOWN HERE 4:39 WINTER 3:40 LOVE DOG 6:08 DANCING CHOOSE 2:59 TROUBLE 5:20 DLZ 3:52
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1940'S HOME MOVIES #29
DREAMIN'
Item title reads - Dreamin'. <br/> <br/>Essex. <br/> <br/>Several shots of the racehorse "Golden Miller" in retirement. He is led out of his stables and down the lane, another horse gallops up to him. Two more come up to the fence to have a look at him. Various shots as he runs about in the paddock. Library footage shows him in his racing days walking up to the starting line and racing around the course. M/S as he runs around the paddock. C/U of his face.
Various Subjects
Golden Age Comics: Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Ernie Kovacs, Groucho Marx, Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Jackie Gleason
GOLDEN AGE MOVIE CLUB
In New York City, film executives launch the Golden Age Movie Club. Senior citizens are awarded special movie passes. They shake hands with a theater owner as they enter for a showing.
Inauguration of Ronald Reagan 1985
Inauguration of Ronald Wilson Reagan as President Of The United States, who then went on to complete his second term in office 1985 Inaugural Address - Ronald Reagan Senator Mathias, Chief Justice Burger, Vice President Bush, Speaker O'Neill, Senator Dole, reverend clergy, and members of my family and friends and my fellow citizens: This day has been made brighter with the presence here of one who, for a time, has been absent. Senator John Stennis, God bless you and welcome back. There is, however, one who is not with us today. Representative Gillis Long of Louisiana left us last night. And I wonder if we could all join in a moment of silent prayer. [The President resumed speaking after a moment of silence. ] Amen. There are no words adequate to express my thanks for the great honor that you've bestowed on me. I'll do my utmost to be deserving of your trust. This is, as Senator Mathias told us, the 50th time that we, the people, have celebrated this historic occasion. When the first President, George Washington, placed his hand upon the Bible, he stood less than a single day's journey by horseback from raw, untamed wilderness. There were 4 million Americans in a union of 13 States. Today, we are 60 times as many in a union of 50 States. We've lighted the world with our inventions, gone to the aid of mankind wherever in the world there was a cry for help, journeyed to the Moon and safely returned. So much has changed, and yet we stand together as we did two centuries ago. When I took this oath 4 years ago, I did so in a time of economic stress. Voices were raised saying that we had to look to our past for the greatness and glory. But we, the present-day Americans, are not given to looking backward. In this blessed land, there is always a better tomorrow. Four years ago, I spoke to you of a New Beginning, and we have accomplished that. But in another sense, our New Beginning is a continuation of that beginning created two centuries ago when, for the first time in history, government, the people said, was not our master, it is our servant; its only power that which we the people allow it to have. That system has never failed us, but for a time we failed the system. We asked things of government that government was not equipped to give. We yielded authority to the National Government that properly belonged to States or to local governments or to the people themselves. We allowed taxes and inflation to rob us of our earnings and savings and watched the great industrial machine that had made us the most productive people on Earth slow down and the number of unemployed increase. By 1980 we knew it was time to renew our faith, to strive with all our strength toward the ultimate in individual freedom, consistent with an orderly society. We believed then and now: There are no limits to growth and human progress when men and women are free to follow their dreams. And we were right to believe that. Tax rates have been reduced, inflation cut dramatically, and more people are employed than ever before in our history. We are creating a nation once again vibrant, robust, and alive. But there are many mountains yet to climb. We will not rest until every American enjoys the fullness of freedom, dignity, and opportunity as our birthright. It is our birthright as citizens of this great Republic. And if we meet this challenge, these will be years when Americans have restored their confidence and tradition of progress; when our values of faith, family, work, and neighborhood were restated for a modern age; when our economy was finally freed from government's grip; when we made sincere efforts at meaningful arms reductions and by rebuilding our defenses, our economy, and developing new technologies, helped preserve peace in a troubled world; when America courageously supported the struggle for individual liberty, self-government, and free enterprise throughout the world and turned the tide of history away from totalitarian darkness and into the warm sunlight of human freedom. My fellow citizens, our nation is poised for greatness. We must do what we know is right, and do it with all our might. Let history say of us: These were golden years-when the American Revolution was reborn
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Golden Age art on show in Berlin
ELIZABETH:GOLDEN AGE-SHEKHAR KAPUR
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GOLDEN AGE GAMES
CS VO ABC LOCAL. VS OF SENIOR CITIZENS TAKING PART IN THE GOLDEN AGE GAMES (ESPECIALLY BICYCLING). MS POLIO VICTIM BILL TIPPS EXPLAINS HIS RECOVERY FROM THE DISEASE AND HIS PARTICIPATION IN THE GAMES. VS SENIOR CITIZENS LOUNGING ABOUT. CUTAWAYS. CR: 106 MS A LOCKSMITH EXPLAINS THE BENEFITS OF A "DEADLOCK". CU OF SAME. ESTABLISHING SHOT OF MRS WISK'S HOME, EMPHASIZING THE NEWLY INSTALLED BURGLAR DEVICES. MS MRS WISK AS SHE COMMENTS ON WHY SHE INSTALLED THEM. CI: SPORTS: GAMES, GOLDEN AGE. HEALTH: REHABILITATION, POLIO. PERSONALITIES: TIPPS, BILL. PERSONALITIES: WISK, MRS.
The Dick Cavett Show (ABC)
Guests: Milton Berle, Tuesday Weld, Dinah Shore Dinah Shore perf: I Don't Know How to Love Him Dinah Shore (born Frances Rose Shore; February 29, 1916 - February 24, 1994) was an American singer, actress, and television personality. She reached the height of her popularity as a recording artist during the Big Band era of the 1940s and 1950s, but achieved even greater success a decade later, in television, mainly as hostess of a series of variety programs for Chevrolet. Tuesday Weld (born August 27, 1943) is an American actress. As a featured performer in supporting roles, her work was acknowledged with nominations for a Golden Globe Award for Play It As It Lays (1972), a nomination for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1978), an Emmy Award for The Winter of Our Discontent (1983), and a BAFTA for Once Upon a Time in America (1984). Milton Berle (born Milton Berlinger, July 12, 1908 - March 27, 2002) was an American comedian and actor. As the host of NBC's Texaco Star Theater (1948-55), he was the first major American television star and was known to millions of viewers as Uncle Miltie and Mr. Television during TV's golden age.
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UNIVERSAL NEWSREELS
Queen Elizabeth's Jubilee - I
News report about Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee, celebating her fiftieth year on the British throne. At seventy-five years of age, she has had the fifth longest reign of any king or queen. Some archival footage included. PLEASE NOTE VIDEO AND AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS AND REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Biological Age Test
A TEST THAT CAN DETERMINE YOUR BIOLOGICAL AGE COMPARED TO YOUR ACTUAL OR CHRONOLOGICAL AGE.
A BUMPER CROP
Item title reads - A bumper crop of the finest hops for many years, gives pickers a "golden holiday." Kent. <br/> <br/>The camera pans across the hop pickers at work; men, women and children of all ages are there. M/S of a man pulling hops off high branches with a stick. M/S of women and girls standing round a trough pulling hops off their stalks. M/S as sacks are loaded onto a horse and cart.
1984 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
Hollywood Montage - Melrose Avenue exterior - Art Deco L.A. antiques - sign - storefront - street travel moving POV - bric-a-brac antique shop - set pieces - exterior of clothing shop called Retail Slut - Neon shop - Twist shop (moving signage) - Jet Rag shop (neon sign) - Golden Age Retirement Hotel sign - Hennesy billboard the civilized way to say thank you - Rocket Video shop - Wacko / Soap Plant shop - Karat Carats shop - Tiger Rose shop - Koala Blue shop (owned by Olivia Newton John) - exterior Art Deco L.A.
CLASSIC BASEBALL IMAGES
1920s Baseball: Babe Ruth crosses home plate, stars from the Pirates, Cubs, Dodgers, Yankees, Braves; CU Lou Gehrig; Gehrig and Ruth shake hands. 01:50:32:00: Gehrig fools around with fans; Ruth as cowboy gets into car. 01:50:43:00: Babe Ruth walks to bat; hits homer; crowd rises to feet and cheer Babe as he crosses the bases. Ruth mobbed by straw hatted fans 01:51:37:00; Gehrig delivers his famous farewell speech "Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the Earth." Poses with Ruth 01:52:23:00; Yankee stadium crowd cheers; DiMaggio comes to bat, hits a home run at world series game. 01:52:55:00 DiMaggio in suit greets kid fans; signs autographs, smiles, in 1939 with Gehrig, Dickey and Gordon, cu DiMaggio gripping bat. DiMaggio's swing analyzed. To view this clip, please visit www.filmarchivesonline.com/onlineindex.shtml and click on BASEBALL'S GOLDEN AGE