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1940s NEWSREELS
CU BIZARRE looking TINY HAIRLESS DOG. animal antics - oddity.
GUINESS BOOK BRITAIN
00:00:00:00 [Guinness book of records '89 published]--cover/ photos in book; tallest N. American woman Sandy Allen, 7'7"/ rarest dog hairless terrior with owners Willie & Edwin ...
Paramount
Westminster Dog Show in New York City in 1941
Tanguy Pastureau in flip flops
Radio France: filmed programmes
Peru Obama Dog - Peruvian hairless dog suggested as suitable US first dog
NAME: PER OBAMA DOG 20081112I TAPE: EF08/1142 IN_TIME: 10:06:41:24 DURATION: 00:01:51:17 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Lima - 12 Nov 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of Claudia Galvez, director of the Association Friends of Hairless Dogs of Peru, with her dogs 2. Dog "Macchu Picchu" licking Galvez's face 3. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Claudia Galvez, Director of the Association Friends of Hairless Dogs of Peru: "These dogs are very loving, very clean, very smart, and also very good guardians. And one of the pluses is that we know that the dog can cure asthma and based on information we got from other people, it can also cure arthritis and rheumatism. In my case it cured my asthma and the asthma of my son too, besides that (Barack) Obama would receive a dog that is a hairless animal. It's a pre-hispanic animal which has been depicted in ancient Peruvian ceramics and can also cure his daughter's asthma without her having to take medication that will harm her body." 4. Wide shot of pre-hispanic ceramics of the hairless dog 5. Zoom out of pre-hispanic ceramics of the hairless dog 6. Pan of Peruvian hairless dog playing with a toy 7. Wide shot of dogs playing with Galvez STORYLINE: Completely bald and older than the Incas, the Peruvian hairless dog seems like an odd fit for the White House. But Peruvians are mindful of US President-elect Barack Obama's preference for a hypoallergenic breed due to his daughter Malia's allergies, and say the dark, rough-skinned pooch with large ears and a pointy snout could be just the solution. At his first post-election news conference on Friday, Obama said choosing a pet dog for his daughters is a "major issue." He said it has to be hypoallergenic. The Friends of the Peruvian Hairless Dog Association responded on Monday, sending a letter to the US Embassy in Peru offering the Obama family a 4-month-old pup that responds to "Machu Picchu," the name of Peru's famed Inca citadel. The director of the association said on Wednesday that she believed the dog cured her and her son's asthma. Claudia Galvez also said the breed was loving, clean, smart, and makes a good guardian dog. Galvez, who has lived with six dogs of the breed for eight years, says being hairless has its benefits: the dogs are flealess and relatively odourless, too. They were kept as pets during the Inca empire and depictions of the breed appear in 1,200-year-old, pre-Inca artwork. The hairless dog was long scorned for its appearance before it was recognised internationally as the official Peruvian dog. Keyword animals wacky
WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB SHOW
New York, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>Title reads 'Dogdom's Big Show - English Spaniel Takes Top Laurels'. <br/> <br/>GV. Arena at Madison Square Gardens where the Westminster Kennel Club dog show is taking place. MCU. English Springer Spaniel receives final trim up. CU. The Chinese Crested hairless breed. Various shots of the dogs receiving last minute attention before the show - Bull Terriers, Afghan Hound, Cocker Spaniel. Various shots of dogs being led around and judged. Crowd applauding. CU. The winner, the same English Springer Spaniel seen earlier. <br/> <br/>(Comb.F.G.) <br/> <br/>Date found in the old record - 14/02/1963.
Tanguy Pastureau mistreats the news: program of May 12, 2022
Radio France: filmed programmes
CREATURE GIVES ‘EM THE CREEPS 2008
The legend of the chupacabra gained new life over the weekend as two DeWitt County sheriff's deputies spotted what they said they believe is the mythical creature -- and caught it on tape. Friday, Cpl. Brandon Riedel was training a new deputy when he said they saw the animal running down a dirt path along fence lines. "You need to record something like this because it's not everyday you find something that looks like this running around out in the middle of the county," he said. The short-legged, hairless animal has a long snout that looks like a coyote, but Riedel said he isn't convinced. "You know, it's just kind of one of those things to hear about and talk about, but to actually see something on video that may actually be a live one, that's pretty amazing," DeWitt County Sheriff Jode Zavesky said. Friday's sighting isn't the first time a local believes they've seen the mythical animal. A rancher in 2007, Phyllis Canion, found a dead animal that was thought to be a chupacabra. But one resident said whether or not it's true, it can only benefit the community. "It's like every good urban legend," Erik McCowan said. "Maybe it's better to just think it is the chupacabra and just leave it at that." CUERO, Texas -- Rancher Phyllis Canion and her family used to joke about the legendary creature chupacabra. Little did they know that one day the mythical creature would inspire Canion to start a business in Cuero, southeast of San Antonio. Nearly 10,000 people across the United States and 21 countries own T-shirts with the image of the coyote-type animal printed on them that were manufactured by Canion. "We ... make them inexpensive because I want everybody who can, to have one," said Canion. "And help to show that the chupacabra is from the area of Cuero." The legend of the chupacabra has haunted residents of South Texas for many years, and for Canion, it was a quest to prove that it exists. "Is this an old boogie man thing that we are finding out is in fact reality? Could be," she said. Canion said she has spotted the chupacabra on her property outside of Cuero on a number of occasions. "I honestly think I have the mother and one other one," Canion said. A dog-like animal was found near the community a few years ago and tests revealed the creature had DNA similar to that of a coyote. "It just didn't have features of any animal I have ever seen," said Canion. Another animal was discovered about two months ago with a slightly different DNA. As long as people are intrigued by the mystery, Canion will continue her quest to prove that the chupacabra roams her ranch.
1930s MISC
THREE SMALL HAIRLESS TERRIERS POSE ON BENCH. ABOVE VIEW CHILDREN, DOGS AROUND PICNIC TABLE WITH LARGE CAKE. VARIOUS VIEWS VARIETY DOG SPECIES WITH PARTY HATS AND THEIR CHILD OWNERS AROUND TABLE.
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GOLDEN AGE OF COMEDY, THE - RL. 1
07/25/66 A0032998 TUSCON, ARIZONA - WOMAN / 300 DOGS FACES CRUELTYT CHARLES:
07/25/66 A0032998 TUSCON, ARIZONA - WOMAN / 300 DOGS FACES CRUELTYT CHARLES: NX 34996 "DOG WOMAN" LS QUONSET HUT, 6 SHOTS OF VARIOUS DOGS INSIDE, PAN DOGS IN SHADE UNDER CAR, RARE CHINESE CRESTED (HAIRLESS) DOG, HEAD HUMANE SOCIETY WORKER MOPS BROW, 2 SHOTS STEAM - CLEANING CAGES, SEV SHOTS MRS FOX SOURROUNDED BY HER DOGS, (47FT, 1:21, SHOT 7/23/66) ANIMALS - TREATMENT ANIMALS - DOGS MILLER / 300 FT / 16 - NEG / D12772
A groomer retrieves dog hair to keep boars away
Loire Bretagne
A DOGGIE AFFAIR
Title reads: "A Doggie Affair". <br/> <br/>New York City, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>High angled of a pedigree dog show taking place in indoor arena. C/U of woman in fur coat, she opens her handbag and there is a Chihuahua inside. Good C/Us of Spaniels, a St Bernard with a Chihuahua, Great Danes, various terriers, Bloodhounds and an odd looking hairless dog. C/U of a British Bulldog and a Dachshund - narrator asks "how you feeling, Adolf?" <br/> <br/>Note: another identical version of this story exists, see record for film id 1109.28.
US Dog
AP-APTN-1830: US Dog Saturday, 25 June 2011 STORY:US Dog- REPLAY Yoda scoops dubious honour of "World's Ugliest Dog" LENGTH: 01:34 FIRST RUN: 1030 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 694620 DATELINE: Petaluma - 24 June 2011 LENGTH: 01:34 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST 1. White dog with tongue hanging out in owner's arms 2. Hairless brown dog on owner's lap 3. Close of winner of World's Ugliest Dog, Yoda, in owner's arms 4. Mid of more ugly dog contestants 5. Dog owners parading around their ugly dog contestants 6. Judges reading out contest rules 7. Three judges adjudicating competition 8. Dog being looked over by judge 9. Hairless dog in owner's arms 10. Yoda being looked over by judge 11. Wide of crowd cheering 12. Contestants holding up their dogs as Yoda is announced the winner 13. Close up of Yoda and owner with trophy 14. Various close ups of Yoda with trophy STORYLINE: Yoda's short tufts of hair, protruding tongue and long, seemingly hairless legs were enough to earn her the World's Ugliest Dog title at a northern California fair. The 14-year-old Chinese crested and Chihuahua mix won the dubious honour at the 23rd annual contest at the Sonoma Marin Fair on Friday, beating almost 50 aesthetically challenged canines to the title. Owner Terry Schumacher of Hanford, California, said the two-pound (0.9-kilogrammes) dog had come a long way since she was found abandoned behind an apartment building. Schumacher said at first she thought the dog was a rat. Yoda's distinction came a year after a one-eyed Chihuahua named Princess Abby claimed victory. A pedigree Chinese crested won in 2008 and another Chinese crested and Chihuahua mix was the ugliest in 2007. The winner's owner received a one thousand US dollar cheque and Yoda a trophy considerably bigger and more beautiful than her. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-25-11 1438EDT
PROBLEM OF LONGEVITY - RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS DIAGNOSE THE SENILITY OF MAN
Moscow, Russia <br/> <br/>GV. Ext. Hospital. Nurse walking along hospital corridor toward door, which she opens. CU. Doctor putting on stethoscope, pan, nurse holding dog, which doctor examines. MS. Dog walking away. CU. Nurse taking notes. CU. Dog's face, hands come into picture to open dog's mouth. CU. Dog being injected. BV. Man at radio active controls, pan, radio active controls. MS. 2 nurses holding dog, one nurse ready to give injection. CU. Dog being injected. Shots of number of examinations being made on dog, electro-conductivity of skin is examined, blood pressure is taken while dog sleeps. CU. Rubber air cushion, special device - the actograph. MS. Dog being placed onto air cushion by nurse, nurse strokes him, and walks away & draws curtains. CU. Nurse looking at watch. CU. Dog asleep. MS. Nurse feeling dog's pulse, she covers dog up, CU. Dog asleep. CU. Nurse, dog being fed nourishing mixture by syringe. MS. Dog. CU. Professor Braines looking at dog. CU. Nurse looking at stop watch. CU. Dog asleep. CU. Terrier being led into hospital, woman seated at desk taking particulars. CU. Terrier. CU. Nurse holding dog on table, CU. Terrier. Dog being led up corridor by nurse. Various shots of equipment which is used ford studying of brain activity in connection with age, rats are used. MS. Woman looking into box which contains rats, MS. Lapdog walking toward cushion. CU. Dog lying on cushion, half of its body is hairless. MS. Nurse inviting dog to jump onto chair and then down again. CU. Dog playing with cat, barking. Dog with paws resting on nurse's lap. CU. Dog barking & begging. CU. Dog. CU. Car being chased by dog. GV. Dog walking along lane past bushes. Shots of monkey in cage. CU's. Capuchin monkey in cage. Shots of food being passed. CU. woman playing with monkey and tickling him. CU. Monkey clapping his hands. (Lav.) Monkey's face. Monkey's eating (various shots) CU. Monkey clapping his hands. CU. Old man's face on pillow. LS. Old men getting out of bed, in garden and walking. CU. Old man seated talking to woman. LS. Old man sitting down at table in garden, doing carpentry. CU. Set of dominoes on table. CU. Old man playing dominoes. CU. Old man wearing only trunks, seated on bed in garden, he is holding something in his hand (thinly-fleshed) MS. Old man holding dynometer. CU. Old man after 4 months of treatment, in which he has gained 35 lbs. weight. CU. Man picking up pail of water & pouring it into another bucket. (Lav.) CU. Doctor putting on stethoscope. (Lav.)
L'Info des Ado: animal darling - the evolution of the place of animals with men
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ANIMAL NEWS
ISSUE_NO = 924A NO_OF_ITEMS = 4 ITEM_NO = 3 DESCRIPTION : DOGS, MONKEYS AND A GORILLA - We look at some of the entries in the New York Dog Show. The Spider Monkeys at Chicago Zoo use their tails as an extra arm. Also at the Zoo is a young Gorilla thought to be the finest specimen in captivity. CARD_FILE = 48182 CARD_TITLE : ANIMAL NEWS FROM AMERICA SHOT_LIST : KS CU Two dogs. Elevated GV of dog show. Dalmatians being paraded round. CU Two Borzois. CU Few Schnauzers. CU Two Cocker Spaniels. CU Three Griffons. CU Mexican Hairless Dogs. CU Boxer the winner. SLIP PAN At Denver Zoo, various shots of Spider Monkeys, climbing everywhere, using their tails to every advantage. Visitor pulls one of the monkeys tails. Food placed in front of cages, monkeys try to get same eventually picking food up with their tails. shots of monkeys performing in the cages. SLIP PAN Chicago Zoo. SCU Gorilla on pearch. Several shots of him walking around cage, performing. Finishing on shot of him sitting in corner of cage again. Several CU's of him in cage. INDEX : Animals, Buildings, Countries - United States Of America, Exhibitions - Dog Shows, Towns and Cities MATERIAL : NEG - CAN 9183 CUT LAV - CAN 9171 LENGTH_SHOT = 230 DATE_SUBD = 02/17/1947
EDR - MAG 13' - HUNTING IN ENCLOSURES IN SOLOGNE
Loire Bretagne
Mexico Dogs - Hairless dogs steal show at 3-day international show
NAME: MEX DOGS 20070524I TAPE: EF07/0618 IN_TIME: 10:37:49:07 DURATION: 00:02:28:02 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Mexico City - 24 May 2007 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Tilt down from close-up of woman walking with dog to wide of Dog's exhibition 2. Pan left of men holding their dogs 3, Mid of people grooming dog 4. Close-up of dog 5. Mid of contestants holding their Xoloitzcuintle dogs 6. Mid of woman with dog 7. Pan left woman running with dog around ring 8. Mid of men with dogs 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stephanie Mazarella, Xoloitzcuintle owner "Originally, I have allergies and asthma and my doctors said no dog, unless you can find a dog with no hair. So I searched and found a Xoloitzcuintle. So I sent my money away without ever seeing the dog, and the dog came to me, and I've had no problems with my allergies, or my asthma." 10. Tilt up from two Xoloitzcuintle with women holding them 11. Mid of man brushing dog 12. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Marco Antonio Hernandez, Owner of a Xoloitzcuintle " Well, the Xolos have lived in Mexico for hundred or thousands of years, and were very praised by different cultures, including the Mayas and Aztecs mainly. But during the Colonial era there were put out of sight and recovered back in the twentieth century, and now a lot of people who feel enthusiastic about the xolos are trying to make them popular again and stop them from becoming extinct. " 13. Various of Aztec-like shrine including ceramics depicting the Xoloitzcuintle 14. Wide of contestants running with dogs STORYLINE The star of this year's World Dog Show is not the soulful Labrador, the bulldog with attitude or even the manic Chihuahua. The dark, hairless Xoloitzcuintles (pronounced: show-low-ee-SQUINT-lees) are stealing the show in their native Mexico. Sleek and with bat-like ears, the rare breed looks more like a cartoon character than a canine, but its breeders and owners are big fans, claiming a history dating to the Aztecs. Nicknamed by breeders as "Xolos" and known in Mexico as "Itzcuintles," the breed has yet to come into its own. But the dogs are becoming more popular around the world, especially with those who do not want to clean up after a shedding dog and those who have allergies or asthma. They can sell for up to 2,500 US dollars for a showdog. Breeders say Xolos were on their way to extinction in the 1940s when a group of Mexicans began searching for the dogs in remote, mountain villages and forgotten desert outposts, building a breed that numbers around 5,000 worldwide today. Stephanie Mazarella, from Florida in the US, suffers from asthma. She began breeding Xoloitzcuintles after her doctor told her she could never have a pet unless it had no hair. Now, she spends her free time trying to get others interested in her dogs. "Originally, I have allergies and asthma and my doctors said no dog, unless you can find a dog with no hair. So I searched and found a Xoloitzcuintle. So I sent my money away without ever seeing the dog, and the dog came to me, and I've had no problems with my allergies, or my asthma," she said. Some 70 Xolos are competing in this weekend's World Dog Show. It remains to be seen whether the Xolo selected as best of the breed can hold its own against the more than 5,000 dogs and 300 breeds competing in the Sunday's "best of show" competition. The dogs have long been popular in rare-breed dog shows, and can be found as pets around the world. Russians dress them up in special down coats, while Mexicans slather light-skinned Xolos in sunscreen against the sun's rays. The dogs have warm, soft skin, much like that of a human, and they keep their coat oiled with glands found between their toes. Some have a wiry shock of hair at the top of their head, and about 25 per cent are actually born with a thick coat of fur, a genetic quirk. Xolos were common throughout Mexico at the time of the Spanish Conquest and thought to be sacred by the Aztecs, who sometimes ate their meat as a cure-all for illness or buried the dogs with their owners to help guide the human spirit to the afterlife. The dogs are still believed by many to have healing qualities. Keyword-animals-wacky
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL (BLINDFOLD MOTORIST DRIVES THROUGH BUXTON, ANTI GAS DEMONSTRATIONS IN LAMBETH, SHEEP SHEARING IN HYDE PARK, TENNIS AT FOREST HILL)
Full title reads: "NEWS IN A NUTSHELL". This is a roundup of the world's latest news. <br/> <br/>BLINDFOLD MOTORIST DRIVES THROUGH BUXTON <br/> <br/>Buxton, Derbyshire. <br/> <br/>Pan along the crowded field, gathering of magicians in Buxton. Magician Paul Graham walks blindfolded along the parapet 60 feet above the street. Close up shot of the feet. <br/>Blindfolded magician driving a car through the crowded Buxton street, crowds cheer. Men congratulate him. <br/> <br/>This item ends at (01:07:29). <br/> <br/>ANTI GAS DEMONSTRATIONS IN LAMBETH <br/> <br/>Lambeth. London. <br/> <br/>Gas bombs exploding on the streets. Anti gas squad arriving on a back of a lorry. The men in protective suits and gas masks run out and start pouring some sort of a powder over gas infected areas. Various shots of the anti gas squad cleaning streets, walls, horses etc. with water. <br/> <br/>This item ends at (01:08:11). <br/> <br/>SHEEP SHEARING IN HYDE PARK <br/> <br/>Hyde Park, London. <br/> <br/>Several shots of the shepherds and dogs rounding sheep for shearing in Hyde Park. Various shots of the Shearers cutting the wool. Nice shot of a sole hairless sheep surrounded by the woollies. <br/> <br/>This item ends at (01:08:43). <br/> <br/>TENNIS AT FOREST HILL - MUTE <br/> <br/>Forest Hill, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>Various shots of the men playing tennis - singles first and and doubles later. Large crowds watching the matches.
People who doubt and those who trust
Radio France: filmed programmes
US New Breeds
AP-APTN-0930: US New Breeds Friday, 27 January 2012 STORY:US New Breeds- Six new breeds to compete at prestigious Westminster dog show LENGTH: 02:17 FIRST RUN: 0830 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 725256 DATELINE: New York - 26 Jan 2012 LENGTH: 02:17 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST 1. Wide of dogs crossing road, past crowd gathered nearby 2. Close of dogs crossing road 3. Close of new breed competing at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, the Xoloitzcuintli (previously known as the Mexican Hairless) 4. Close of new breed competing at dog show, the Finnish Lapphund 5. Wide of Lapphund with owner 6. SOUNDBITE (English) David Frei, director of communications for the Westminster Kennel Club: "Six new breeds this year. We have a new hound, the American English Coonhound, a new terrier, the Cesky terrier, two dogs in the non-sporting group, the Norwegian Lundehund and the Xoloitzcuintli, and two new dogs in the herding group, the Finnish Lapphund and the Entlebucher mountain dog." 7. Wide of group shot of all six breeds and their owners 8. Close of the Xoloitzcuintli 9. SOUNDBITE (English) David Frei, director of communications for the Westminster Kennel Club: "A lot of these dogs have been recognised around the world for hundreds of years, and they are recognised easily in their country of origin, but it takes a while for them to get recognised in this country because they have to get a certain number here, a certain geographic distribution, and a parent club like the Xoloitzcuintli Club of America that watches out for the breed in this country." 10. Close of the American English Coonhound 11. Close of the Finnish Lapphund 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Jose Barrera, from New York City and owner of a 2 year old Xoloitzcuintli called Alma Dulce: "It was a part of the AKC (American Kennel Club) before. It fell out of favour, and then it's being recognised again, brought back into the fold. So, it's a wonderful opportunity to have the breed get as much attention as it deserves." 13. Close of the Entlebucher mountain dog 14. Close of the Cesky terrier 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Paula Lacker, from Cincinnati, Ohio and owner of a five year old Entlebucher mountain dog called Hoss: "The breed, they are a wonderful family dog. They like doing whatever you are doing. They want to be with you, the family. I've had them for seventeen years, and I love them." 16. Various of Hoss, the Entlebucher mountain dog 17. Close of a 6 year old Norwegian Lundehund called Eowyn 18. Close of Eowyn's owner showing the dog's six toes 19. Mid of the dog's owner, Harvey Sanderson, showing his dog 20. Close of Eowyn, the Norwegian Lundehund STORYLINE Six dogs will make history this year as the newest breeds eligible to compete at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show held at New York's Madison Square Garden. The six rookie breeds competing in the competition, held on 13-14 February are: the Entlebucher mountain dog, the Norwegian Lundehund, the American English coonhound, the Finnish Lapphund, the Cesky terrier and the Xoloitzcuintli, previously known as the Mexican Hairless. The breeds have been around for years but they must meet strict criteria before they can enter the competition. "It takes a while for them to get recognised in this country because they have to get a certain number here, a certain geographic distribution, and a parent club like the Xoloitzcuintli Club of America that watches out for the breed in this country," explained David Frei, communications director for the club. The six will make up the 185 breeds competing this year for the best in show grand prize in the annual contest, the oldest sporting event in the United States next to the Kentucky Derby, according to Frei. Jose Barrera, proud owner of a 2 year old Xoloitzcuintli called Alma Dulce, said it was wonderful to be taking part. The Xoloitzcuintli is the national dog of Mexico and was previously known as the Mexican Hairless. There is also a coated version seen only in the United States and Canada. Some of the other six rookies include the Entlebucher mountain dog, a native of Switzerland and the smallest of the four American Kennel Club's Swiss breeds. "They are a wonderful family dog," said Paula Lacker who is entering her five year old Entlebucher called Hoss. "I've had them for seventeen years, and I love them," she added. 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Dole EHPAD animal mediation to break loneliness
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