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MISC. 50'S NEWSREELS #85
LARRY KING LIVE
00:00:00:00 Guest Host: Pat Buchanan; Guests: Joseph Kennedy II, Lynn Martin, Charles Keating, Harlan Ullman (0:00) /
00/00/64 A0009513 NEW YORK KEATING & KENNEDY RADIO DEBATE,
00/00/64 A0009513 NEW YORK KEATING & KENNEDY RADIO DEBATE, CUT "KEATING - KENNEDY" SHOWS: 3 SHOTS DEMONSTRATES IN FROM OF WMCA: KEATING DOWN CORRIDOR: KENNEDY DOWN CORRIDOR: WMCA SIGN: C / U KENNEDY & KEATING SHAKE HANDS: (SHOT 1964 500FT) KEATING, KENNETH KENNEDY, ROBERT POLITICS - NEW YORK , (STATE) CROWDS - POLITICAL - NEW YORK , NEW YORK , XX / 500 FT / 16 NEG / D4975
The New York State Republicans nominate Senator Kenneth Keating for the U.S. Senate in the United States.
Elections for the U.S. Senate in the United States. The nominees for the designation are New York Senator Kenneth Keating and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. The New York State Republicans nominate Keating. A large crowd gathers in a hall. Dignitaries and officials seated at a desk. People applauding and cheering. A woman addressing the crowd. Men holding banners which reads: 'Keating'. People gather in another hall. They hold boards and placards. They cheer and applaud. Location: United States USA. Date: September 3, 1964.
OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING NEWSER (1995)
THE SEARCH FOR VICTIMS OF THE OKLAHOMA FEDERAL BUIDLING CONTINUES. RESCUE OFFICIALS CONFIRM THAT THERE ARE SEVERAL BODIES IN POCKETS OF RUBBLE OF THE BUILDING. THE OKLAHOMA FIRE CHIEF, GARY MARRS, SAYS THE SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS CONTINUES.. BUT HIGH WINDS IN THE REGION TODAY ARE HAMPERING EFFORTS.. RESCUE CREWS ARE WORRIED THAT THE WINDS COULD KNOCK DEBRIS LOOSE AND SEND IT CRASHING DOWN ON THE RESCUERS BELOW. OKLAHOMA GOVERNOR FRANK KEATING HAS SAID THAT CREWS HAVE TOLD HIM AN ESTIMATED 50 BODIES ARE IN THE BASEMENT.. AT LEAST 57 ADDITIONAL VICTIMS HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED DEAD.
CUBA CONTROVERSY DISCUSSED IN WASHINGTON
Washington D.C., United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>Title reads 'Controversy over Soviet Build-up in Cuba'. <br/> <br/>Various shots of American Secretary of Defence Robert McNamara making speech. He tells the nation that he believes beyond reasonable doubt that all offensive weapons have been removed from Cuba and none has been returned. CU. Recent aerial photographs to prove McNamara's statement. CU. Sign on door "Mr Keating". CU. Republican Senator Keating of New York speaking - natural sound. He says that there is ten times as much military equipment in Cuba now. Various shots of the American President John F. Kennedy arriving for press conference and answering questions on Cuba - natural sound. He says he can assure his people that there are no offensive weapons in Cuba. <br/> <br/>(Comb.F.G.) <br/> <br/>Date found in the old record - 07/02/1963.
US MA Election
A look at some top races in Massachusetts primary
Cinema: J. Edgar by Clint Eastwood
A2 / France 2
RFK on Senate Campaign Trail
Robert F. Kennedy and his wife Ethel greet supporters during his 1964 campaign for the Senate against Republican incumbent Kenneth Keating.
ELECTIONS IN AMERICA
Washington DC, USA. Cut story with American commentary. <br/> <br/>LS.White House. Three shots of Assembly. CU.Sign "Polling Place". LS.CU.Women sorting and counting votes. Various C.Us of types entering voting booths. CU.President Eisenhower arriving to cast vote. CU.Ext: Barlow Firemen's Hall. CU. LS. President Dwight Eisenhower casting vote in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Various shots, Governor Goodwin J Knight of California entering building (he is trying for the Senate Seat). MS.CU Senator William F.Knowland, Republican. CU.Clair Engle, Senator-elect of California. CU.Clair Engle and Edmund Brown, Democrat Governor of California. Various shots of Senator John F.Kennedy (later President), flanked by wife Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and younger brother (later Senator) Edward Kennedy and surrounded by voters. GV.New York skyscrapers. MS.Panning down shot of skyscraper. MS.Nelson A Rockefeller (Governor of New York). MS Nelson A.Rockefeller, Kenneth Keating, US Senate, and Malcolm Wilson, Lieutenant Governor of New York State. CU.Crowd Cheering. CU.Nelson Rockefeller. CU.Crowd cheering. CU.Rockerfeller. <br/> <br/>F.G.
HISTORICAL FILM: ROBERT KENNEDY SENATE RACE CONTROVERSY (1964)
B&W newsreel film, 1964. Controversy surrounds Robert Kennedy’s race for US Senate in New York. Date above date is release date of the newsreel.
KENNEDY CAMPAIGN AGAINST KEATING
RTF / ORTF
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HALL OF FAME
10/29/64 A0009394 NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- REP SEN KEATING PUROHASED AN HOUR TV TIME & CHALLENGED HIS DEMOCRATIC RIVAL RFK TO DEBATE NIMI.
10/29/64 A0009394 NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- REP SEN KEATING PUROHASED AN HOUR TV TIME & CHALLENGED HIS DEMOCRATIC RIVAL RFK TO DEBATE NIMI. LOCAL "KEATING - KENNEDY" SHOWS: PRESS CONFERENCE, KEATING SOF: KENNEDY SOF: (SHOT 10/29/64 101FT) CUT KEATING, KENNETH - SOF KENNEDY, ROBERT - SOF POLITICS - NEW YORK (STATE) ALLALOUP / 90 FT / D4956
dna - clears - burk (01/20/1999)
Edmund Burk, the man accused of killing the elderly Irene Kennedy, was cleared by a D-N-A test which showed the bite marks that were found on Kennedy's body weren't his.
BOMB/ FEMA PRESSER
00:30:39:19 RAW-VO of daily presser regarding the rescue and recovery operations at the bombed out Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building; SOT Chief Sam Gonzales ...
ROBERT F. KENNEDY - KEATING RACE
ORIG. NEG. 500 FT. SOF MAG IN INTERVIEW KENNETH KEATING SAYS FAIR CAMPAIGN PRACTICE COMMITEE SAID HE HAS BEEN UNFAIRLY ATTACKED. HE TELLS WHAT HE HAS VOTED FOR AND SAYS HIS RECORD HAS BEEN MISREPRESENTED. SAYS ROBERT KENNEDY HAS MADE MANY FALSE STATEMENTS IN REFERENCE TO HIM. ROBERT KENNEDY ARRIVES BY CAR, WALKS THROUGH CROWD, ENTERS UNION TEMPLE OF BROOKLYN. VARIOUS SHOTS AUDIENCE. MS KENNEDY GETS READY TO SPEAK. MS INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT KENNEDY. HE SAYS EVERYTHING HE SAID ABOUT KEATING IS BASED ON FACTS FROM CONGRESSIONAL RECORDS. TELLS WHAT KEATING VOTED AGAINST. SAYS HE WILL APPEAR FOR DEBATE WITH KEATING. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - NEW YORK, NEW YORK. PERSONALITIES - KENNEDY, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES - KEATING, KENNETH. POLITICS - CAMPAIGNS, DEMOCRATIC 1964.
The controversy over soviet buildup in Cuba = Russian-American controversy over Cuba
Actualités Françaises
JOHNSON'S TREMENDOUS TRIUMPH
Johnson's tremendous triumph. <br/> <br/>L/S American people queuing up to go in polling station. M/S Interior woman into polling booth and curtains close. L/S Pan int. people voting. M/S Man voting curtain closes behind him. M/S Sign "Home town of Lyndon B. Johnson". L/S Exterior polling station. M/S Interior Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife Lady Bird in polling Station about to vote. M/S Press photographers. C/U Pan. President Johnson dropping his vote into box. C/U President Johnson smiling. L/S Polling Station for Senator Barry Goldwater in Phoenix, Arizona. M/S Barry Goldwater walks into booth to vote. M/S ditto. M/S Barry Goldwater walks out of voting booth and gives the 'V' sign. <br/> <br/>L/S Times Square New York at night. L/S New York Republican State committee applauding. Governor Rockefeller and Republican Kenneth B.Keating. M/S Crowd applauding. M/S Rockfeller and Keating. L/S Crowds in hall. M/S Crowds applauding Robert Kennedy in New York. M/S Hospital where Ted Kennedy is recovering from a broken back. M/S Ted Kennedy laying on special type of bed in the sun with his wife sitting alongside. C/U Ted Kennedy smiling. L/S Crowds surrounding republican George Murphy former Hollywood actor. M/S Two supporters watching. M/S George Murphy waving to his supporters. L/S The Capitol building in Washington. M/S People waiting outside to vote. <br/> <br/>M/S Secretary of State Dean Rusk casting ballot. M/S General Omar Bradley dropping his voting paper in box. M/S People voting. C/U Voting papers being dropped into box. L/S Crowds cheering at night for Lyndon Johnson. M/S Lyndon B. Johnson standing on Rostrum being applauded. L/S Crowds waving and cheering. M/S President Johnson speaking (sound of film) end of natural sound. L/S American Presidential Seal. M/S President Johnson smiling standing alongside Mr Hubert Humphrey. L/S The White House.
Keating Senate Campaign
After an introduction by a folk singer, Republican candidate Kenneth Keating delivers a speech during his Senate re-election campaign. He criticizes his Democratic candidate and former Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy.
RFK SENATE CAMPAIGN - HD
In New York, enthusiastic crowds shake Robert F. Kennedy's hand and listen to his speech during his run for Senate against Republican incumbent Kenneth Keating. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
ROBERT F. KENNEDY - KEATING RACE
ORIG. NEG. 500 FT. SOF MAG IN INTERVIEW KENNETH KEATING SAYS FAIR CAMPAIGN PRACTICE COMMITEE SAID HE HAS BEEN UNFAIRLY ATTACKED. HE TELLS WHAT HE HAS VOTED FOR AND SAYS HIS RECORD HAS BEEN MISREPRESENTED. SAYS ROBERT KENNEDY HAS MADE MANY FALSE STATEMENTS IN REFERENCE TO HIM. ROBERT KENNEDY ARRIVES BY CAR, WALKS THROUGH CROWD, ENTERS UNION TEMPLE OF BROOKLYN. VARIOUS SHOTS AUDIENCE. MS KENNEDY GETS READY TO SPEAK. MS INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT KENNEDY. HE SAYS EVERYTHING HE SAID ABOUT KEATING IS BASED ON FACTS FROM CONGRESSIONAL RECORDS. TELLS WHAT KEATING VOTED AGAINST. SAYS HE WILL APPEAR FOR DEBATE WITH KEATING. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - NEW YORK, NEW YORK. PERSONALITIES - KENNEDY, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES - KEATING, KENNETH. POLITICS - CAMPAIGNS, DEMOCRATIC 1964.
MEK IRAN OPPOSITION FORUM 2
12:18:56:16 HD FOOTAGE // MOPS DISK // DISK 2 // Speakers discuss the obligations of the United Nations and the United States in preventing another humanitarian catastrophe at Camp Ashraf, Iraq, home ...