Villain Taunts Wimpy Cowboy
Wide shot of shack in secluded mountain valley. Villain shoves coffee cup from cowboy and shows him newspaper. The villain grabs the cowboy by the shirt and punches him. The cowboy crashes to the floor and the villain leaves.
6/27/67 A0041776 WIMBLEDON, LONDON: LADIES DAY AT WIMBLEDON TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS - WIN FOR BILLIE JEAN MOFFIT: MARIA BUENO - VETERAN VIC SEIXAS MAKES VICTORIOUS COME BACK:
6/27/67 A0041776 WIMBLEDON, LONDON: LADIES DAY AT WIMBLEDON TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS - WIN FOR BILLIE JEAN MOFFIT: MARIA BUENO - VETERAN VIC SEIXAS MAKES VICTORIOUS COME BACK: LN00401 "LADIES DAY" SHOWS: ROSSOW SERVES, LOOSES, SERVES AGAIN, LOSES FIRST SET: BUENO SERVES SECOND SET, AN ACE FOR MATCH: SOF SERVES TO BILLIE JEAN, LOSES POINT, MATCH: SEIXAS SERVING LOSES POINT AFTER LONG RALLY: CROWD: SEIXAS SERVES ACE FOR MATCH POINT, CROWD CHEERS: (SHOT 27,1967 - 79FT) MOFFIT, BILLIE JEAN BUENO, MARIA GIXAS, VIC ROSSCUW, LAURA LOFDAHL, INGRID ULRICH, JORGEN TENNIS, 1967 GREAT BRITAIN WIMBLEDON UPITN / 79 FT / 16 - D - NEG / 16 - GM - POS / R21434
HILL MCGRAW SIMPSON LACHEY HOTEL DEPARTURES (2000)
COUNTRY MUSIC STARS FAITH HILL AND TIM MCGRAW LEAVE A NEW YORK CITY HOTEL, RIGHT BEHIND THEM ARE NICK LACHEY AND WIFE JESSICA SIMPSON LEAVING THE HOTEL AS WELL. DATE UNKNOWN
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NEXT SKI FLYER S, JEAN CLAUDE GAILLARD (FR) - STARTS DOWN RAMP, LOOSES IT IN MID AIR, TUMBLES, SLIDES DOWN SLOPE ON HIS SIDE. REPLAY FALL IN SLOW MOTION, VALFRANCER CRITIQUES.
THAT CROWNING GLORY
Hairstyles for different face shapes. <br/> <br/>Title reads: "That CROWNING GLORY!" <br/> <br/>Location of event unknown - probably London. <br/> <br/>Great opening shot of a pretty girl wearing a hair net, sitting under a hairdryer and leafing through a magazine. Various shots then show us which hairstyles suit different face shapes, according to Jean Barrie, beauty expert of 'Woman's Fair' (although both commentary and hairstyling are done by men). This same brunette is seen having her hair set in a style that will disguise a prominent forehead; the finished hairdo shows sausage curls on each side, loose ones on top and a long roll of hair at the back. <br/> <br/>The next girl, a blonde with a round face has her loose, fluffy hairstyle turned into a sleek one, combed close to the face, with little curls around the face to "soften the plumpness". A 'brownette' girl with a narrow face has her normal style adjusted to give her curls at the temples and at the back. Very glamorous.
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YOUTH UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Okanagan Dreams
MLSs of crowd of French Canadians around Saint-Jean Baptiste bonfire in Loose Bay campsite.
Shimon Peres Interview
01:26:30>>>INTERVIEWER: There was a time when it papered that Yasser Arafat was a suitable partner for peace. What do you think went wrong? How did we come to the point now where we do not have that situation?,01:27:02>>>SHIMON PERES: Basically Arafat when he was the head of the Palestine revolution he has had head of the collation of armed groups with him. The moment he became the head of the autonomy we discovered that he's not able to make the shift. To be the head of the revolution is one thing. To be the head of the state is another thing to be the head of the state is another thing. PartiCUlarly the softest point was that he didn't understand that by just disarming the Fata, his party, and letting the other party carry arms it underCUt his own authority. It's either him controlling them or them controlling him. and they stopped taking orders from them. so even if he would like to CUt the terror he couldn't without disarming first the terrorist, the terrorists groups. Now Arafat ah made some contributions in the beginning quite courageous but then he emerged as an extremely weak leader of a state in being. And that's the greatest problem. ,01:51:00>>>INTERVIEWER: Was this a failure of his character or personality?,02:51:09>>>SHIMON PERES: It was, he became a victim of his habits. Because how they ran a revolution. you have this little bit money in brown envelopes. There was no rules and no regulations. you all the time negotiating with the other groups how to act terroristically. You don't have a separation of responsibilities between the legislative, the judicial and the exeCUtive. Everything is mixed. Then it's full of conspiracies. Then you have one leader. And all these habits that he's acquired during 30 years of his leadership he couldn't get rid of them. now I talked with him at great lengths about it and I told him look at Bangolia. He was also a head of ah, armed group not only but also in order to achieve independence for the Jewish. The minute he became head of the state he says no room for any other armed group but Daganah, which was the official armed group. And he went as far as ordering to shoot at the ship that brought arms to Israel and killing 20 people Jewish because they didn't take the orders. I told him if you want, if you won't do it you don't have a future. I told many times to Arafat. I think he was suspicious that I'm trying you know to introduce a division between me, him and the other parties because his reply was I shall disarm them politically. In the elections of 1996 after the assignation of Isaac Rabin another wave of terror started. I replaced Rabin as you know. and I did things which were very controversial in the eyes of the Israelis and very important in the eyes of the Palestinians. I handed over 460 villages to the Palestinians. 6 cities. And able to have elections including in Jerusalem. They praised and appreciate. All of a sudden they started to explode ah to explode bombs in ah Jerusalem, in Tel Aviv and in Ashkiranash. Arafat are you crazy with all the reactions what are you doing?,05:21:25>>>SHIMON PERES: And in the beginning again he tried to convince the Hamas to stop it that you had to stop it without any effect. Finally when he saw that the situation was really becoming very severe he went to fight the Hamas. And he killed 20 of the Hamas leaders. He arrested thousands. He discovered the cashes of arms there are gifts and terror went down but the person who INAUDIBLE was Netanyahu who replaced me. I lost the elections because he didn't do it in time. I lost with 1/3 of a percent. Netanyahu won because Arafat waked up too late.,06:07:00>>>INTERVIEWER: What did he gain from it from doing all this?,06:07:19>>>SHIMON PERES: He didn't gain anything he lost. I was told that he was crying after he heard the results of the elections.,06:20:10>>>INTERVIEWER: And why do you think he did not accept what was offered to him at Camp David?,06:20:20>>>SHIMON PERES: First of all I think Camp David was not conducted with great wisdom. Barak and Arafat sat at the same place for 15 days. And Barak spoke with Arafat for ½ and hour. In the eyes of the Palestinians, not only the Palestinians Palestine is a very matter. And you feel like somebody's snubbing you. It's not very, it's not done in negotiations. In negotiations you don't negotiate just about points. You negotiate about relations. And if you win too much you may loose your partner. That was one thing. And then as far as I'm concerned those negotiating with Arafat some of my friends never take Arafat yes for an answer. I learn not to take his no for an answer. I'm never impressed by his no's. ,07:19:02>>>SHIMON PERES: I remember when we were negotiating in Cairo the whole night chaired Mubarak. In the morning when it came to the sign the maps Arafat said I'm not signing. In front of all the television. It was a scandal. It was a shame. And Arafat approached him and they didn't I'm not going to quote how he called him and he told him sign. What happened is Arafat took out the pen and signed. That's another thing. But there is a third point which we shouldn't forget. And I told it to Barak before. Barak demanded that Arafat will announce that after the agreement he will have no claims anymore. The minute (COUGH OFF SCREEN). The minute he says he raised two impossible issues at the time the issue of Jerusalem and the issue of refuges and bought it to the central of the disCUssion and we knew that we can not reach an agreement. ,08:18:15>>>SHIMON PERES: If Arafat should declare he doesn't have anymore claims it means he has to turn his back to the Palestinian refuges. Something that he cannot do. and I thought you don't have to buy from the other party all the dreams and all the demands. Let things hang in there. (COUGH OFF SCREEN). But all told Arafat committed a terrible mistake by rejecting the proposals of Clinton and Barak despite what they have said. And he's not paying the price for this rejection. ,09:04:15>>>INTERVIEWER: If you could compare him to King Hussein what kind of a peace partner was King Hussein?,09:04:23>>>SHIMON PERES: King Hussein wanted peace and he was a responsible negotiator for peace. But here let me say in a wider sense historically speaking. There are 2 ½ million Palestinians here in the territories. There are another 3 ½ million Palestinians that close the door on their leader, on the King on the throne. And they might, some people say you cant not (COUGH OFF SCREEN) make peace with the Palestinians. And I'm asking myself why do we have peace with the Palestinians in trans Jordan in the kingdom of Jordan. You know there are 2 cities close to each other Elad and Dakab maybe a few miles INAUDIBLE. During the 54 years of the existence of the stated of Israel not a single bullet was fired from one city to another city. There's the piece of land between the Red and the Dead Sea almost 120, 130 miles long without fences, without INAUDIBLE, without infiltrators. (COUGH OFF SCREEN) There Jordanians don't permit ah terrorist coming from Jordan into Israel. There are no suicidal bombers. Why is that? those are the same people. Why those 2 ½ million people decided to live peace with us and these 3 ½ million people are in revolt, in terror, in violence, in bitterness. ,10:45:07>>>SHIMON PERES: There are 2 differences. One is that in Jordan they have an organized government. Doesn't hang upon the whim of a single man. The have one army not 12 armies like the Palestinian side. They have one treasurer they don't have several treasurers. They have one commander in chief and not many commanders of chief. And I'd say certainly it's not a complete democracy they are far from it but there is separation between their legislative and judicial and ah exeCUtive branches. The Palestinians don't have it. So they brought in a INAUDIBLE and they live in a CUltic state. There was nobody in charge in spite of all the authorities. The other thing which we have to take into consideration too. We don't dominate any piece of land in Jordan. At the early times of Zionism Jabatinisky said the 2 banks of the Jordan river belongs to us the east and the west. Thanks heavens they gave up half to their program because if you would put settlements across the Jordan river we would create an INAUDIBLE there as well. So we have to correct those 2 mistakes. And I'm speaking objectively. To force the Palestinians to have a reformed government. And to enable us to retreat from the territories.,12:52:00>>>INTERVIEWER: Of course people have spoken about the settlements here as a problem. If there were no settlements do you believe that there would be peace between Israel and the Palestinians?,12:52:27>>>SHIMON PERES: It would help a great deal. It would be very different situation undoubtedly. I use saying you know you can break eggs and make an omelet. But you can not make from omelet eggs again. Too many eggs were broken and now we have to find a solution. The most aCUte situation clearly is in the Gaza strip. When I was Defense Minister in 1974 the population of Gaza was 350 thousand people. Today there are 1 million 200 thousand people. Almost four times as many. The size of the land is petit. It's 220 miles. It has the density, maybe the most densified piece of land in the world. It's a 5.2 rate of birth. Every 12 births they will double themselves. We have not 7,000 settlers in Gaza. 7,000 vis a vis 1 million 200 thousand. We are forced to close it for security reasons. They are closed so they don't work. They don't work they are very close to suffer starvation. What do we need to see them. and we have an alternative land prepared for those settlers in-between the southern tip of Gaza and Kidisberna which is on the border which Egypt. There's no sense to sit in the middle of this populated and bitter piece of land.,15:37:00>>>INTERVIEWER: He said that there's a demographic time bomb ticking in Israel and that even if Gaza's returned and even if the West Bank is returned there will still be a problem with the many Palestinians or Israeli Arabs that live here. In the long run is it possible for Israel to be true to its ideals while at the same time remaining a democracy with one person one vote?,15:37:20>>>SHIMON PERES: I think yes because you see the rate of birth depends upon the standard of living. The poorer the people are rate of birth is higher. And poor people produce many children and their many children produce more poverty. It's a vicious circle. You know we have here in, among the Palestinians two communities the Muslim and the Christian. The Christian community is well off better than the Muslims. So naturally their rate of birth went down. Because when you're poor you don't care how many children you have. All of them will be hungry. But you are becoming better off you want to invest more in every child than to invest in more children. So this there is while societies are imbalancing themselves. And also what happened is you see the size of a family in previous times say 50 or 100 years ago with 8 or 9 children. In many countries such a large number of children was a product of their medical situation because 3 or 4 passed away. So they would remain with 4 or 5 children. Today with an improved medicine the whole family remains alive. And the family's incapable to feed so many children. So I mean there is logic in demography as well. Geography is immobile. Demography is mobile and it is based not only upon a piece of land but also upon a piece of logic. ,17:35:00>>>INTERVIEWER: There's also religion, religion influences demography?,17:35:12>>>SHIMON PERES: Yes and no because religion too is changing you see. I'm not a great believer in the theory of hunting to an INAUDIBLE crash among civilizations. I'd rather believe there was a crash within every civilization. Namely adaptation of your determined religion with the changing epochs. I mean you can not compare the all you see today with what it was in the medieval time with the inquisition. You can not say to the pope of today he's like the pope in the 15th or 14th century. Now what changed Christianity the Muslims they choose no. they develop in time. you know the Russians were educating their children to be communists. All of a sudden communist fall down. What make it fall down? American intervention the European intervention. Again the intervention of a new age. And now we approach INAUDIBLE and the Muslims they can not remain with old habits in a totally different era. And I believe we shall see changes., ,19:38:00>>>INTERVIEWER: You are seen as a great statement among people in the United states, among Jewish community and the community at large. And at one time you had a vision as a center in the middle east the center. This dream seems so far away today what would you say to people today in this country and elsewhere who have given up hope for peace?,19:38:28>>>SHIMON PERES: That's a INAUDIBLE people they give up, they give they gave up for peace too early. Maybe we are today close to realize this vision more than ever before. I didn't say that Israel will become a center. I thought Israel should have the middle east enter (COUGH OFF SCREEN) the new age. Because today most of the political problems are being solved economically. Europe was living in hatred and blood for a thousand. And 3 years Europe changed in spite of all their memories and all their education. What John Monet did for the future of Europe is much more than napoleon did for INAUDIBLE past. What changed Europe is the economy not the wars. And the same thing goes now for china. If you ask me what is the greatest achievement of high technology I would say china. They're changing the face of china. And they said time has come for the middle east to change as well. To go from the old bitterness of wars about territory to the new horizon of economic, scientific and technological cooperation. I wrote a book it's called the New Middle East. It was criticized very much among the Arabs. One day the president of Egypt invited me and says Shimon time has come that you will listen to your critics. And in short they said look you are trying to dominate the Arab economy under the cover of having a new middle east.,19:20:25>>>SHIMON PERES: I told him gentlemen there is no Arab economy there is Arab poverty. Who wants to govern poverty. What for? Toady poverty is national and affluence is global. And unless you come in the global arena and open up, open your borders, open your skies let the objectivity of science. The promise of technology(COUGH OFF SCREEN) play it's free role then you'll save your children. You'll save the land from becoming desert and your children from becoming beggars. ,22:09:50>>>INTERVIEWER: Do you see any Arab leader who will be a hypothetical peace partner should that opportunity come?,22:10:01>>>SHIMON PERES: The leaders on the horizon are our leaders of yesterdays. The new leaders are unseen you don't know who they were who they are. Would you know who did produce the change in ah Russia it was unseen people. Or who did it china or did it in Europe. Jean Monet was an economist not even a general. And I believe that this is a confrontation not among politicians. And among religions and not upon economies. It is if you want a confrontation between two generations the outgoing generation that refuses to leave the scene and the incoming generation that doesn't have yet enough strength to take over. ,24:03:50>>>INTERVIEWER: I have no doubt that these people exist but there are young people that see Israel as facing the greatest threat of its survival since the creation of the state. Some blame us, some blame the Arabs in general some don't know what to say but they seem so pessimistic and when we travel it seems like we've gone back into time. the roads are full of holes. The Arabs seemed terrified. They seem passive, resigned and hopeless. It seems we've gone so far can we really see any hope when people feel so threatened on both sides?,24:04:10>>>SHIMON PERES: 100% around the INAUDIBLE doubt about it. ,24:12:05>>>INTERVIEWER: About what?,24:12:11>>>SHIMON PERES: About the change coming you know usually the future is in minority but it's a winning minority (COUGH OFF SCREEN) because it is the future. In a few weeks or so there will begun, begin the great confrontation between the world of terrorism and the world of INAUDIBLE of peace. In the 20th century the main confrontation was with the Communists, the Nazi's, the Fascists. Each of them has had a country behind them, an army behind them. terrorism is a new phenomena. It's more a protest then ideology without rules, without cords, without merits, without values. And there wild and a dangerous and you can also see that a poor country economically can be a rich country militarily. They can have modern arms and so on and so forth. So the free world doesn't have a choice but to bring an end to terror and terrorism. If communism and ah nazism was in Europe terrorism is in the Middle East. And now you see in the Middle East the great confrontation between people that want to enter a plane and be sure that they will arrive to their target. That they can walk in the street, attend a coffee, drink fresh water. So the changes in the Middle East are by far closer than we think.,25:55:17>>>SHIMON PERES: And you will see in the coming 5 to 10 years the great confrontation between these 2 civilizations, if you want, the civilization of terror without respect for human life, without any rational approach, without reference to the changes in our time and forces that will come not only from the outside but also from within the Arab world. Within the Muslim world. Not to do a favor to anybody but to save themselves from the agonies and cost of mistakes. ,26:41:00>>>INTERVIEWER: Will they have the courage to do so?,26:41:07>>>SHIMON PERES: They don't have a choice you know. courage also comes when you don't have a choice. What are they going to do remain backward poor, hated, isolated, a target for attacks and blames. ,27:08:00>>>INTERVIEWER: Will there be among the Palestinians people who say they don't have a choice?,27:08:10>>>SHIMON PERES: Yes few day, few weeks ago the number 2 man in the autonomy Abu Mazaum stood back, stood up and says we have to CUt the INAUDIBLE. It's a tragedy. it's a catastrophe for the Palestinian people. And INAUDIBLE and so are many of the people who may say publicly one thing but privately they know exactly what's happening. And they know that the Palestinians are paying an impossible cost. ,28:19:50>>>INTERVIEWER: Yesterday we spoke with Hamed Qatari who is a Hamas leader. he was one of the 450 people who came back. He and other people that we spoke with said that they will fight this till the last man, woman and child to regain Palestine. I'm sure this is all very familiar to you.,28:20:05>>>SHIMON PERES: What, what would you expect them to say. ,28:20:10>>>INTERVIEWER: INAUDIBLE,28:23:13>>>SHIMON PERES: That's normal when there is a confrontation and each party is blaming the other party. People are talking and exaggerated and inflamed language. ,28:39:00>>>INTERVIEWER: Don't you feel the fundalism is growing stronger?,28:39:07>>>SHIMON PERES: I think the fundalism is a problem for the Palestinians not less than for us. They destroy the Palestinian position. If Arafat lost in the eyes of the United States and Europe it's because of them not because of us. Because they paint him in an impossible posture and he doesn't know who to escape.,29:21:00>>>INTERVIEWER: What message would you give to the American people? The people out there who are yearning for peace as they look at this?,29:21:10>>>SHIMON PERES: I mean there is no escape but to fight terror. You can not run away from it. Let's not forget it is not the United States that has initiated the war against terror. It is the terrorist who have initiated the war against the United States. And they don't intend to stop. Mach Magandi once said that when a cat is chasing a mouse there is no sense for a mouse to suggest it is frail because it has nothing to do with strategy it has to do with nature. The United States was forced actually in a fight of self defense. And nobody should see it differently. It's not a fight against a religion or against a nation it's a fight against a menace which brings untold catastrophes to the Palestinians and the Arabs and the Muslims themselves. So I think the United States is right and justified. a combination between a dictator and nuclear is a terrible situation. If Hitler had a nuclear bomb in 1939 I don't know where the world would stand. And eventually all other nations will join the United States. I thought it will be even quicker than that because United States always came to the side of Europe. To the side of all the INAUDIBLE the communism, or generals or whatever it is. And they sacrificed the live of their boys. And they won the war and they didn't keep anything for themselves. Now America is attacked. You may expect that the rest will behave likewise historically. , ,31:07:25>>>SHIMON PERES: The second point I want to say is that we are really identified with the United States but differently from all other allies United States has had or is having. We never asked American soldiers to sacrifice their lives to defend Israel. Some of the Europe counties who criticize the United States are having American soldiers defending their land. We never created this situation where an American mother should be worried because her boy's in Israel defending the state of the Jewish. No we shall do it ourselves. The same goals and America helped us which I shall never forget in arms, in political support, in understanding, in financing yes but not in blood and not in dangers. The same goes now for peace. While I'm sure the United States will support the peace process it is for Israel to take the imitative. We shouldn't sit and wait until the Americans take the initiative no. it is our responsibility. We are not running to the United States. United States shouldn't run the process of peace it should support it and they will support it. And I think the sooner the better. Any postponement is a mistake. I believe today the United States is really concerned about the Iranian problem and the terroristic problem. So we shouldn't wait until this problem will be solved. We have to start the peace process on our own. ,32:57:00>>>SHIMON PERES: For the simple reason you can not and you shouldn't fight terrorist without fighting terrorism. What I mean by the reasons for terror. You should give hope to the other side not only to yourself. I mean we can't have the Palestinian cooperation they wont be our collaborators. They will be our party if they gonna have reasons for it. They will never serve us. They will never take orders from us. But if they will see that we are really sincere and peaceful and concerned about them as well and we suggest to CUt a deal which is fair and reasonable historically and other wise we should be able to make.,33:51:15>>>INTERVIEWER: But didn't we give them a fair deal?,33:51:19>>>SHIMON PERES: Suppose it wasn't successful so what so we shall try again. You don't divorce history. And you don't use disappointment as your teacher. You'll try it maybe we also committed mistakes and I think we did some. Now the problem is not it's not a baseball match to decide who's the winner. What we have is to create a new ground for our living. You see in war there is no alternative to victory. In peace there is no alternative to compromise. And now that 3 politicians nothing works ever. Nobody likes compromises but you can not have a coexistence without compromise.,34:48:00>>>INTERVIEWER: You'll try again but INAUDIBLE?,34:48:09>>>SHIMON PERES: No no I'm told you, I told you. I see the 3 ½ million people Palestinians who live across the river and are tied to old lessons and there were times also with them we were at war. We were at war with Egypt. We were at war with Jordan. There were times that we mistook. There were times they mistook. Well we can not make mistake and exCUse.,35:24:10>>>INTERVIEWER: That's on their side and now you have more than 200 thousand settlers. How will the country survive this civically?,35:24:20>>>SHIMON PERES: well there were some proposals. There were 2 or 3 proposals . one is concentrate all the settlements on a small piece of land in the West Bank. 3 or 4 percent and have a small, give the Palestinians 2 or 3 percent, 4 percent somewhere else. That's one solution. Another solution can be as there are Arabs living under non Arab government INAUDIBLE living under non Jewish government. This is different from war. You can not say lets have peace which is an extension of war. Doesn't make sense. Peace is a departure not an extension.,36:25:00>>>INTERVIEWER: Everything you say is so logical and beautiful why can't we have your vision implemented?,36:25:07>>>SHIMON PERES: People are angry and disappointed for good reasons. There is terror and violence and mistrust and dissolutions whatever you want. I agree. But if I can suggest a lesson I learned in my life that you can not a, achieve anything which is big without big disappointments and disillusions and troubles. And you think it's the end of the world. It's not the end of the world. And to do something big requires a great effort, a great determination. And face the disillusions with the same determination that you're facing the INAUDIBLE. And that's what we have to do. ,22:37:50>>>B-Roll pictures (no sound) END OF INTERVIEW
RUGBY - FRANCE V IRELAND
ISSUE_NO = 2226A NO_OF_ITEMS = 5 COMMENTATOR = Leonard Martin ITEM_NO = 4 DESCRIPTION : France were slaughtered by the Emerald Isle's better tactics. Not at any stage did France look like winning. Final score Ireland 14 - France 9. CARD_FILE = 97863 CARD_TITLE : RUGBY - FRANCE V IRELAND SHOT_LIST : G TOP V France kick off ball into touch: GV French Minister in crowd: TOP V scrum ball goes loose, is collected by French who kick up field at 26' ball collected by Ireland who attack at 50' scrummage goes on near line: SV Minister in crowd: TOP V scrum near line, ball goes loose: SV slow motion Ireland take ball over line, try scored by John Malony: SV scoreboard Ireland 4 - France 0: SV scrummage by both teams in mid field, penalty to France: GV France kick penalty (Pierre Villepreux), score Ireland 4 - France 3: GV crowd cheering: GV Ireland attack: LV Ireland score try, Ray McLoughlin: GV scoreboard Ireland 11 - France 3: GV scrummage in mid field: penalty to Ireland: GV Ireland (Tom Kiernan) kicks 30 yard penalty goal: GV scoreboard Ireland 14 - France 3: SV pan France attack, No 12 Jean Pierre Lux scores try: LV pan Villepreux converts: Score Ireland 14 - France 9: S BV players walk off field. INDEX : Countries - France, Sport and Games, Personalities, Towns and Cities MATERIAL : Issue DATE_SUBD = 00/00/0000
RUGBY - FRANCE V IRELAND
Paris, France <br/> <br/>Players featured - Maurice Prat (France) Jackie Kyle (Ireland) Jean Prat (France) <br/>Various footage of game <br/> <br/>MLS. General play - ball swinging towards French goal, kicking out of touch. MS. Crowd. MLS. General play - France gets it - some neat passing by France when Ireland down the Frenchman. As he falls he passes to 13 who fumbles it. MLS. Crowd. MLS. France rushing over the line, with a crowd for the first tough down. MS. Crowd applauding. MLS. France takes conversion which misses. Crowd looking on. MS. Scrummage - ball loose and heading for French goal - stopped. Another Scrummage. Ball loose heading for Irish goal. MS. Crowd standing. MLS. Ireland attacking- stopped by France. (No. 12. Ireland continues attacking. LS. Ireland still attacking. Stopped. MLS. Crowd. MLS. General Play with France trying to swing the ball towards the Irish goal, Ball is switched and heads for French goal France's No. 15, encounters it and kicks up field. MLS. Some neat work by France's No. 11. as he heads up field. He is downed and passes to No. 12 He heads up-field and touches down. MLS. Crowd applauding. MLS. France's No. 6. taking a conversion. MS. Crowd cheering. (Lav.) (Used in A.K.C. 363.)
Istanbul. The treasures of the Bosphorus
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
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PETE SEEGER WELCOMES GUESTS ROSCOE HOLCOMB & JEAN REDPATH. SONGS: JOHN HARDY COME ALL YOU GOOD WORKERS WAKE UP DARLING COREY BIRDIE PRETTY BIRDIE GRAVEYARD BLUES (GOT UP EARLY THIS MORNING) LITTLE GRAY MULE ACROSS THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN THE BEGGER LADDIE SKYE FISHER'S SONG I LOST MA LOVE THE BRANCA'S GOTTEN LOOSE EATIN ALL THE CORN AULD LANG SYNE
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Hero & Villain Fight Over Girl
Cowboy hero in white hat bursts into shack and fights villain in black hat as girl in bed is aroused from her fainting spell. The two men wrestle over pistol. Outside, a man disarms gang but is overpowered and beaten.
Interview with Shimon Peres
Interview with Shimon Peres discussing negotiations and talks with Arafat, attempts for peace and the Israeli attitude towards terrorism., INTERVIEWER:,There was a time when it papered that Yasser Arafat was a suitable partner for peace. What do you think went wrong? How did we come to the point now where we do not have that situation?,01:27:02>>>, SHIMON PERES:,Basically Arafat when he was the head of the Palestine revolution he has had head of the collation of armed groups with him. The moment he became the head of the autonomy we discovered that he's not able to make the shift. To be the head of the revolution is one thing. To be the head of the state is another thing to be the head of the state is another thing. Particularly the softest point was that he didn't understand that by just disarming the Fata, his party, and letting the other party carry arms it undercut his own authority. It's either him controlling them or them controlling him. and they stopped taking orders from them. so even if he would like to cut the terror he couldn't without disarming first the terrorist, the terrorists groups. Now Arafat ah made some contributions in the beginning quite courageous but then he emerged as an extremely weak leader of a state in being. And that's the greatest problem. , INTERVIEWER:,Was this a failure of his character or personality?,02:51:09>>>, SHIMON PERES:,It was, he became a victim of his habits. Because how they ran a revolution. you have this little bit money in brown envelopes. There was no rules and no regulations. you all the time negotiating with the other groups how to act terroristically. You don't have a separation of responsibilities between the legislative, the judicial and the executive. Everything is mixed. Then it's full of conspiracies. Then you have one leader. And all these habits that he's acquired during 30 years of his leadership he couldn't get rid of them. now I talked with him at great lengths about it and I told him look at Bangolia. He was also a head of ah, armed group not only but also in order to achieve independence for the Jewish. The minute he became head of the state he says no room for any other armed group but Daganah, which was the official armed group. And he went as far as ordering to shoot at the ship that brought arms to Israel and killing 20 people Jewish because they didn't take the orders. I told him if you want, if you won't do it you don't have a future. I told many times to Arafat. I think he was suspicious that I'm trying you know to introduce a division between me, him and the other parties because his reply was I shall disarm them politically. In the elections of 1996 after the assignation of Isaac Rabin another wave of terror started. I replaced Rabin as you know. and I did things which were very controversial in the eyes of the Israelis and very important in the eyes of the Palestinians. I handed over 460 villages to the Palestinians. 6 cities. And able to have elections including in Jerusalem. They praised and appreciate. All of a sudden they started to explode ah to explode bombs in ah Jerusalem, in Tel Aviv and in Ashkiranash. Arafat are you crazy with all the reactions what are you doing?,05:21:25>>>, SHIMON PERES, And in the beginning again he tried to convince the Hamas to stop it that you had to stop it without any effect. Finally when he saw that the situation was really becoming very severe he went to fight the Hamas. And he killed 20 of the Hamas leaders. He arrested thousands. He discovered the cashes of arms there are gifts and terror went down but the person who INAUDIBLE was Netanyahu who replaced me. I lost the elections because he didn't do it in time. I lost with 1/3 of a percent. Netanyahu won because Arafat waked up too late., INTERVIEWER:,What did he gain from it from doing all this?,06:07:19>>>, SHIMON PERES:, He didn't gain anything he lost. I was told that he was crying after he heard the results of the elections., INTERVIEWER:,And why do you think he did not accept what was offered to him at Camp David?,06:20:20>>>, SHIMON PERES:, First of all I think Camp David was not conducted with great wisdom. Barak and Arafat sat at the same place for 15 days. And Barak spoke with Arafat for ½ and hour. In the eyes of the Palestinians, not only the Palestinians Palestine is a very matter. And you feel like somebody's snubbing you. It's not very, it's not done in negotiations. In negotiations you don't negotiate just about points. You negotiate about relations. And if you win too much you may loose your partner. That was one thing. And then as far as I'm concerned those negotiating with Arafat some of my friends never take Arafat yes for an answer. I learn not to take his no for an answer. I'm never impressed by his no's. ,07:19:02>>>, SHIMON PERES:, I remember when we were negotiating in Cairo the whole night chaired Mubarak. In the morning when it came to the sign the maps Arafat said I'm not signing. In front of all the television. It was a scandal. It was a shame. And Arafat approached him and they didn't I'm not going to quote how he called him and he told him sign. What happened is Arafat took out the pen and signed. That's another thing. But there is a third point which we shouldn't forget. And I told it to Barak before. Barak demanded that Arafat will announce that after the agreement he will have no claims anymore. The minute (COUGH OFF SCREEN). The minute he says he raised two impossible issues at the time the issue of Jerusalem and the issue of refuges and bought it to the central of the discussion and we knew that we can not reach an agreement. ,08:18:15>>>, SHIMON PERES:, If Arafat should declare he doesn't have anymore claims it means he has to turn his back to the Palestinian refuges. Something that he cannot do. and I thought you don't have to buy from the other party all the dreams and all the demands. Let things hang in there. (COUGH OFF SCREEN). But all told Arafat committed a terrible mistake by rejecting the proposals of Clinton and Barak despite what they have said. And he's not paying the price for this rejection. , INTERVIEWER:,If you could compare him to King Hussein what kind of a peace partner was King Hussein?,09:04:23>>>, SHIMON PERES:, King Hussein wanted peace and he was a responsible negotiator for peace. But here let me say in a wider sense historically speaking. There are 2 ½ million Palestinians here in the territories. There are another 3 ½ million Palestinians that close the door on their leader, on the King on the throne. And they might, some people say you cant not (COUGH OFF SCREEN) make peace with the Palestinians. And I'm asking myself why do we have peace with the Palestinians in trans Jordan in the kingdom of Jordan. You know there are 2 cities close to each other Elad and Dakab maybe a few miles INAUDIBLE. During the 54 years of the existence of the stated of Israel not a single bullet was fired from one city to another city. There's the piece of land between the Red and the Dead Sea almost 120, 130 miles long without fences, without INAUDIBLE, without infiltrators. (COUGH OFF SCREEN) There Jordanians don't permit ah terrorist coming from Jordan into Israel. There are no suicidal bombers. Why is that? those are the same people. Why those 2 ½ million people decided to live peace with us and these 3 ½ million people are in revolt, in terror, in violence, in bitterness. ,10:45:07>>>, SHIMON PERES:, There are 2 differences. One is that in Jordan they have an organized government. Doesn't hang upon the whim of a single man. The have one army not 12 armies like the Palestinian side. They have one treasurer they don't have several treasurers. They have one commander in chief and not many commanders of chief. And I'd say certainly it's not a complete democracy they are far from it but there is separation between their legislative and judicial and ah executive branches. The Palestinians don't have it. So they brought in a INAUDIBLE and they live in a cultic state. There was nobody in charge in spite of all the authorities. The other thing which we have to take into consideration too. We don't dominate any piece of land in Jordan. At the early times of Zionism Jabatinisky said the 2 banks of the Jordan river belongs to us the east and the west. Thanks heavens they gave up half to their program because if you would put settlements across the Jordan river we would create an INAUDIBLE there as well. So we have to correct those 2 mistakes. And I'm speaking objectively. To force the Palestinians to have a reformed government. And to enable us to retreat from the territories., INTERVIEWER:,Of course people have spoken about the settlements here as a problem. If there were no settlements do you believe that there would be peace between Israel and the Palestinians?,12:52:27>>>, SHIMON PERES:, It would help a great deal. It would be very different situation undoubtedly. I use saying you know you can break eggs and make an omelet. But you can not make from omelet eggs again. Too many eggs were broken and now we have to find a solution. The most acute situation clearly is in the Gaza strip. When I was Defense Minister in 1974 the population of Gaza was 350 thousand people. Today there are 1 million 200 thousand people. Almost four times as many. The size of the land is petit. It's 220 miles. It has the density, maybe the most densified piece of land in the world. It's a 5.2 rate of birth. Every 12 births they will double themselves. We have not 7,000 settlers in Gaza. 7,000 vis a vis 1 million 200 thousand. We are forced to close it for security reasons. They are closed so they don't work. They don't work they are very close to suffer starvation. What do we need to see them. and we have an alternative land prepared for those settlers in-between the southern tip of Gaza and Kidisberna which is on the border which Egypt. There's no sense to sit in the middle of this populated and bitter piece of land., INTERVIEWER:,He said that there's a demographic time bomb ticking in Israel and that even if Gaza's returned and even if the West Bank is returned there will still be a problem with the many Palestinians or Israeli Arabs that live here. In the long run is it possible for Israel to be true to its ideals while at the same time remaining a democracy with one person one vote?,15:37:20>>>, SHIMON PERES:, I think yes because you see the rate of birth depends upon the standard of living. The poorer the people are rate of birth is higher. And poor people produce many children and their many children produce more poverty. It's a vicious circle. You know we have here in, among the Palestinians two communities the Muslim and the Christian. The Christian community is well off better than the Muslims. So naturally their rate of birth went down. Because when you're poor you don't care how many children you have. All of them will be hungry. But you are becoming better off you want to invest more in every child than to invest in more children. So this there is while societies are imbalancing themselves. And also what happened is you see the size of a family in previous times say 50 or 100 years ago with 8 or 9 children. In many countries such a large number of children was a product of their medical situation because 3 or 4 passed away. So they would remain with 4 or 5 children. Today with an improved medicine the whole family remains alive. And the family's incapable to feed so many children. So I mean there is logic in demography as well. Geography is immobile. Demography is mobile and it is based not only upon a piece of land but also upon a piece of logic. , INTERVIEWER:,There's also religion, religion influences demography?,17:35:12>>>, SHIMON PERES:, Yes and no because religion too is changing you see. I'm not a great believer in the theory of hunting to an INAUDIBLE crash among civilizations. I'd rather believe there was a crash within every civilization. Namely adaptation of your determined religion with the changing epochs. I mean you can not compare the all you see today with what it was in the medieval time with the inquisition. You can not say to the pope of today he's like the pope in the 15th or 14th century. Now what changed Christianity the Muslims they choose no. they develop in time. you know the Russians were educating their children to be communists. All of a sudden communist fall down. What make it fall down? American intervention the European intervention. Again the intervention of a new age. And now we approach INAUDIBLE and the Muslims they can not remain with old habits in a totally different era. And I believe we shall see changes., , INTERVIEWER:,You are seen as a great statement among people in the United states, among Jewish community and the community at large. And at one time you had a vision as a center in the middle east the center. This dream seems so far away today what would you say to people today in this country and elsewhere who have given up hope for peace?,19:38:28>>>, SHIMON PERES:,That's a INAUDIBLE people they give up, they give they gave up for peace too early. Maybe we are today close to realize this vision more than ever before. I didn't say that Israel will become a center. I thought Israel should have the middle east enter (COUGH OFF SCREEN) the new age. Because today most of the political problems are being solved economically. Europe was living in hatred and blood for a thousand. And 3 years Europe changed in spite of all their memories and all their education. What John Monet did for the future of Europe is much more than napoleon did for INAUDIBLE past. What changed Europe is the economy not the wars. And the same thing goes now for china. If you ask me what is the greatest achievement of high technology I would say china. They're changing the face of china. And they said time has come for the middle east to change as well. To go from the old bitterness of wars about territory to the new horizon of economic, scientific and technological cooperation. I wrote a book it's called the New Middle East. It was criticized very much among the Arabs. One day the president of Egypt invited me and says Shimon time has come that you will listen to your critics. And in short they said look you are trying to dominate the Arab economy under the cover of having a new middle east.,19:20:25>>>, SHIMON PERES: ,I told him gentlemen there is no Arab economy there is Arab poverty. Who wants to govern poverty. What for? Toady poverty is national and affluence is global. And unless you come in the global arena and open up, open your borders, open your skies let the objectivity of science. The promise of technology(COUGH OFF SCREEN) play it's free role then you'll save your children. You'll save the land from becoming desert and your children from becoming beggars. , INTERVIEWER:,Do you see any Arab leader who will be a hypothetical peace partner should that opportunity come?,22:10:01>>>, SHIMON PERES:,The leaders on the horizon are our leaders of yesterdays. The new leaders are unseen you don't know who they were who they are. Would you know who did produce the change in ah Russia it was unseen people. Or who did it china or did it in Europe. Jean Monet was an economist not even a general. And I believe that this is a confrontation not among politicians. And among religions and not upon economies. It is if you want a confrontation between two generations the outgoing generation that refuses to leave the scene and the incoming generation that doesn't have yet enough strength to take over. , INTERVIEWER:,I have no doubt that these people exist but there are young people that see Israel as facing the greatest threat of its survival since the creation of the state. Some blame us, some blame the Arabs in general some don't know what to say but they seem so pessimistic and when we travel it seems like we've gone back into time. the roads are full of holes. The Arabs seemed terrified. They seem passive, resigned and hopeless. It seems we've gone so far can we really see any hope when people feel so threatened on both sides?,24:04:10 SHIMON PERES:,100% around the INAUDIBLE doubt about it. , INTERVIEWER:,About what?,24:12:11>>>, SHIMON PERES:,About the change coming you know usually the future is in minority but it's a winning minority (COUGH OFF SCREEN) because it is the future. In a few weeks or so there will begun, begin the great confrontation between the world of terrorism and the world of INAUDIBLE of peace. In the 20th century the main confrontation was with the Communists, the Nazi's, the Fascists. Each of them has had a country behind them, an army behind them. terrorism is a new phenomena. It's more a protest then ideology without rules, without cords, without merits, without values. And there wild and a dangerous and you can also see that a poor country economically can be a rich country militarily. They can have modern arms and so on and so forth. So the free world doesn't have a choice but to bring an end to terror and terrorism. If communism and ah nazism was in Europe terrorism is in the Middle East. And now you see in the Middle East the great confrontation between people that want to enter a plane and be sure that they will arrive to their target. That they can walk in the street, attend a coffee, drink fresh water. So the changes in the Middle East are by far closer than we think.,25:55:17>>>, SHIMON PERES:, And you will see in the coming 5 to 10 years the great confrontation between these 2 civilizations, if you want, the civilization of terror without respect for human life, without any rational approach, without reference to the changes in our time and forces that will come not only from the outside but also from within the Arab world. Within the Muslim world. Not to do a favor to anybody but to save themselves from the agonies and cost of mistakes. , INTERVIEWER:,Will they have the courage to do so?,26:41:07>>>, SHIMON PERES:,They don't have a choice you know. courage also comes when you don't have a choice. What are they going to do remain backward poor, hated, isolated, a target for attacks and blames. , INTERVIEWER:,Will there be among the Palestinians people who say they don't have a choice?,27:08:10>>>, SHIMON PERES:,Yes few day, few weeks ago the number 2 man in the autonomy Abu Mazaum stood back, stood up and says we have to cut the INAUDIBLE. It's a tragedy. it's a catastrophe for the Palestinian people. And INAUDIBLE and so are many of the people who may say publicly one thing but privately they know exactly what's happening. And they know that the Palestinians are paying an impossible cost. , INTERVIEWER:,Yesterday we spoke with Hamed Qatari who is a Hamas leader. he was one of the 450 people who came back. He and other people that we spoke with said that they will fight this till the last man, woman and child to regain Palestine. I'm sure this is all very familiar to you.,28:20:05>>>, SHIMON PERES:,What, what would you expect them to say. , INTERVIEWER:,INAUDIBLE,28:23:13>>>, SHIMON PERES:,That's normal when there is a confrontation and each party is blaming the other party. People are talking and exaggerated and inflamed language. , INTERVIEWER:,Don't you feel the fundalism is growing stronger?,28:39:07>>>, SHIMON PERES:,I think the fundalism is a problem for the Palestinians not less than for us. They destroy the Palestinian position. If Arafat lost in the eyes of the United States and Europe it's because of them not because of us. Because they paint him in an impossible posture and he doesn't know who to escape., INTERVIEWER:,What message would you give to the American people? The people out there who are yearning for peace as they look at this?,29:21:10>>>, SHIMON PERES:,I mean there is no escape but to fight terror. You can not run away from it. Let's not forget it is not the United States that has initiated the war against terror. It is the terrorist who have initiated the war against the United States. And they don't intend to stop. Mach Magandi once said that when a cat is chasing a mouse there is no sense for a mouse to suggest it is frail because it has nothing to do with strategy it has to do with nature. The United States was forced actually in a fight of self defense. And nobody should see it differently. It's not a fight against a religion or against a nation it's a fight against a menace which brings untold catastrophes to the Palestinians and the Arabs and the Muslims themselves. So I think the United States is right and justified. a combination between a dictator and nuclear is a terrible situation. If Hitler had a nuclear bomb in 1939 I don't know where the world would stand. And eventually all other nations will join the United States. I thought it will be even quicker than that because United States always came to the side of Europe. To the side of all the INAUDIBLE the communism, or generals or whatever it is. And they sacrificed the live of their boys. And they won the war and they didn't keep anything for themselves. Now America is attacked. You may expect that the rest will behave likewise historically. , ,31:07:25>>>, SHIMON PERES:,The second point I want to say is that we are really identified with the United States but differently from all other allies United States has had or is having. We never asked American soldiers to sacrifice their lives to defend Israel. Some of the Europe counties who criticize the United States are having American soldiers defending their land. We never created this situation where an American mother should be worried because her boy's in Israel defending the state of the Jewish. No we shall do it ourselves. The same goals and America helped us which I shall never forget in arms, in political support, in understanding, in financing yes but not in blood and not in dangers. The same goes now for peace. While I'm sure the United States will support the peace process it is for Israel to take the imitative. We shouldn't sit and wait until the Americans take the initiative no. it is our responsibility. We are not running to the United States. United States shouldn't run the process of peace it should support it and they will support it. And I think the sooner the better. Any postponement is a mistake. I believe today the United States is really concerned about the Iranian problem and the terroristic problem. So we shouldn't wait until this problem will be solved. We have to start the peace process on our own. ,32:57:00>>>, SHIMON PERES:,For the simple reason you can not and you shouldn't fight terrorist without fighting terrorism. What I mean by the reasons for terror. You should give hope to the other side not only to yourself. I mean we can't have the Palestinian cooperation they wont be our collaborators. They will be our party if they gonna have reasons for it. They will never serve us. They will never take orders from us. But if they will see that we are really sincere and peaceful and concerned about them as well and we suggest to cut a deal which is fair and reasonable historically and other wise we should be able to make., INTERVIEWER:,But didn't we give them a fair deal?,33:51:19>>>, SHIMON PERES:,Suppose it wasn't successful so what so we shall try again. You don't divorce history. And you don't use disappointment as your teacher. You'll try it maybe we also committed mistakes and I think we did some. Now the problem is not it's not a baseball match to decide who's the winner. What we have is to create a new ground for our living. You see in war there is no alternative to victory. In peace there is no alternative to compromise. And now that 3 politicians nothing works ever. Nobody likes compromises but you can not have a coexistence without compromise., INTERVIEWER:,You'll try again but INAUDIBLE?,34:48:09>>>, SHIMON PERES:,No no I'm told you, I told you. I see the 3 ½ million people Palestinians who live across the river and are tied to old lessons and there were times also with them we were at war. We were at war with Egypt. We were at war with Jordan. There were times that we mistook. There were times they mistook. Well we can not make mistake and excuse., INTERVIEWER:,That's on their side and now you have more than 200 thousand settlers. How will the country survive this civically?,35:24:20>>>, SHIMON PERES:,well there were some proposals. There were 2 or 3 proposals . one is concentrate all the settlements on a small piece of land in the West Bank. 3 or 4 percent and have a small, give the Palestinians 2 or 3 percent, 4 percent somewhere else. That's one solution. Another solution can be as there are Arabs living under non Arab government INAUDIBLE living under non Jewish government. This is different from war. You can not say lets have peace which is an extension of war. Doesn't make sense. Peace is a departure not an extension., INTERVIEWER:,Everything you say is so logical and beautiful why can't we have your vision implemented?,36:25:07>>>, SHIMON PERES:,People are angry and disappointed for good reasons. There is terror and violence and mistrust and dissolutions whatever you want. I agree. But if I can suggest a lesson I learned in my life that you can not a, achieve anything which is big without big disappointments and disillusions and troubles. And you think it's the end of the world. It's not the end of the world. And to do something big requires a great effort, a great determination. And face the disillusions with the same determination that you're facing the INAUDIBLE. And that's what we have to do. ,22:37:50>>>, B-Roll pictures (no sound) , END OF INTERVIEW
Mall - Shooting
Shooting at Sawgrass Mills Mall wounds two. No arrests yet.
24h: [program of July 26, 2022]
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Lovesick Cowboy & Farm Girl
Scenic shot of farmhouse in a mountain valley. Several shots of a girl running to a fence and looking anxiously, then forlornly as cowboy rides up on his horse. Closeup of cowboy tipping his hat to girl. He dismounts and talks to the girl across the fence. NOTE Some image deterioration.
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INTERVIEW RESUMES. SUSSKIND SHOWS IMAGES THE GUESTS HAVE BROUGHT AND THEY DISCUSS THEIR OBJECTIONS TO THEM: David Susskind 25:10 We're going to see some slides now that our guests objective very strangerisly so let's have the first one cover of Hustler magazine, woman whole body up to her derriere is in a meat grinder. Dolores Alexander 25:23 You'll see that there's the FDA stamp of approval or something like that in the lower right hand corner and it says Larry Flynt says we will no longer hang women up like pieces of meat. But in fact, if we were able to show you what the inside spread looked like, women are literally made into pieces of meat. One of the spread inside shows a woman totally naked on a hamburger bun, spread with ketchup implicit violence now it looks like blood. You know, there's a kind of implicit violence and she's spreadeagled on this hamburger bun. The next picture is a picture of let's epic picture to know if the other picture in the inside spread is a woman as a breast of chicken and her legs have been cut off in order to make this more authentic. And she spread with tomatoes, tomato sauce in order to make it like chicken cacciatore on a bed of chicken on a bed of spaghetti. That that's, you know you laugh, David Susskind 26:17 That's rediculous Dolores Alexander 26:18 It's too bitter for us to take don't don't ask me to approve of that. David Susskind 26:22 It's tasteless, it's ugly and Frances Patai 26:24 I'ts more than tasteless. Barbara Mehrhof 26:25 Do you know what the circulation is of Hustler magazine. David Susskind 26:28 I have no idea Barbara Mehrhof 26:28 it's 2 million a month David Susskind 26:31 2 million sickies. Barbara Mehrhof 26:32 It's not 2 million sickies that magazines goes into a lot of homes. A lot of other people see it cannot see the thing that you're noe David Susskind 26:39 Obviously anybody reading Hustler on a regular basis is a sicky. Barbara Mehrhof 26:41 what you're not granting to us is that pornography is increasingly sociable, socially acceptable. It's not just something that marginal men do. or look at. or read Dolores Alexander 26:53 It's seen as sexually liberating. That's the unfortunate thing. People now see pornography as a sexually liberating thing David Susskind 27:01 Can we look at another slide Frances Patai 27:02 It's chic. It's trendy. David Susskind 27:04 Okay, we're gonna look at another slide of yours. What is this? Barbara Mehrhof 27:08 .Oh, well, that's not quite right. The cover of a record album, David Susskind 27:13 a cover of a record album, man and woman making love. Is it? Barbara Mehrhof 27:15 I'ts the Ohio players and it's called climax David Susskind 27:20 simply showed a sexual instant Dolores Alexander 27:25 You notice that she is stabbing him David Susskind 27:24 Oh I didn't see that Dolores Alexander 27:27 Yes. At the moment of his greatest vulnerability woman. This is what women will do to man, David Susskind 27:32 I find that revolting that shot. Okay, let's look at the love and kisses Barbara Mehrhof 27:35 another record album cover David Susskind 27:36 what's happening Barbara Mehrhof 27:37 called love and kisses. Frances Patai 27:38 What's happening Dolores Alexander 27:38 Gang rape theme here Frances Patai 27:40 and this is a typical pornographic image you will see one lone woman, usually just a part of her you see her face is not shown or just a tiny part of it is shown, which depersonalizes her more now when you depersonalized when you objectify when you reduce the woman to the sum of her parts. She's mellott She's manipulable. She's malleable. And David Susskind 28:00 can we look at the next one. Barbara Mehrhof 28:00 Wait one point I'd like to make here, David, is that last slide and about this slide too, which is the Rolling Stones billboard on Sunset Boulevard. If you'll notice there's a woman there. She's very glamorized, but actually, she has been beaten up. There are bruises on the inside of her legs. She's found with rope and she's saying the caption says I'm black and blue from the Rolling Stones. And I love it. The idea the reason why we use these slides in our slideshow is that we're trying to, to get people to understand that there's a whole continuum of pornographic images. It's not just sleazy bookstores. It's not just Hustler magazine, it seeped into the whole culture. The idea that women like to be beaten, the idea that that is sexy that women are naturally masochistic. David Susskind 28:41 We have the next one. Barbara Mehrhof 28:43 This is from Vogue magazine. David Susskind 28:44 Vogue? Barbara Mehrhof 28:45 Vogue, it's a fashion editorial Dolores Alexander 28:47 It was December 1975. This is a fashion layout, not an ad but a fashion layout for jumpsuits. The woman, as a matter of fact, this is supposed to be a honeymoon couple. They're having a lover's spat, and he's clearly beating her up quite strenuously there. You'll notice the slave bracelets around her wrists and that chain around her neck. These are images that come right out of hardcore pornography that are now in even as reputable magazine as both David Susskind 29:15 Okay, let's see the next one Frances Patai 29:16 so notice, notice that although they're both wearing identical jumper unisex jumpsuits, the roles are not identical. He's hitting her, David Susskind 29:24 okay. Barbara Mehrhof 29:25 And another point, of course, is that wife beating is a very, very serious problem in this country. And this is glamorizing it. Frances Patai 29:31 The FBI statistics indicate that wife beating is the most frequently occurring crime in the whole of the United States David Susskind 29:38 But wife beating isn't happening off covers of magazines. and because of album covers Frances Patai 29:44 we we opine that there is a connection David Susskind 29:47 we opine? Frances Patai 29:48 there is that there is a legitimization Yes. Barbara Mehrhof 29:51 Yeah, she's using the word right David Susskind 29:53 never heard anyone said Opine, We opine Barbara Mehrhof 29:57 You've read it. Come on. David Susskind 29:58 Okay, let's have the next woman. this is the wonderers David Susskind 30:02 an it's an ad David Susskind 30:02 It's a movie. Dolores Alexander 30:03 Yes, it's an ad for a movie called The Wanderers. And again, you have the gang rape theme. Men leering at a single, David Susskind 30:09 Well they are not raping, they are simply leering, Barbara Mehrhof 30:11 but this is objectifying the woman as a sexual object. David Susskind 30:14 Well, a wom an is in part of sexual object. When she wears a tight skirt Frances Patai 30:19 Oh you can't believe that old myth. I mean, surely you're not serious that she's inviting it by those tight clothes you don't believe Jane McHugh 30:26 and you know, they're boys, young boys who go in and see this and think that this is the way they are to treat their girlfriends David Susskind 30:33 I hope not Jane McHugh 30:34 or the girls. See in school Barbara Mehrhof 30:36 Of course, the image is setting up the idea of the fraternal group of males Jane McHugh 30:42 the idea okay, no, it causes them to go out and do it. David Susskind 30:47 Be sure we get all your slides in. Okay. This is an ad for Gloria Venables blue jeans. What's wrong with that? Frances Patai 30:54 It uses the woman's behind in a fetishistic way it chops her it chops her up. So she's no longer a total person. She's now just a behind a hunk of meat. And you can do anything with a hunk of meat. And notice the caption that says, the G Gloria Vanderbilt jeans hit in all the right places. That violent verb is not accidental. Jane McHugh 31:15 Yes, but couldn't they just be showing the style of the jean? This one I can't see David Susskind 31:20 I am with you this seems to me to be selling the jeans Jane McHugh 31:23 gene, the way it's made and the way women Dolores Alexander 31:26 women were put we put ourselves in pants. Remember, in the early 70s, we put ourselves in jeans as a way to liberate ourselves to get ourselves out of girdles. And other than high heels and things like that. And as soon as we liberate ourselves in in loose fitting clothes, comfortable clothing, they go shortly afterwards they go to tight jeans and men make us bend over. David Susskind 31:47 It's she there's bending over. I know but Gloria Vanderbelt is a quite a lady and I don't think she'd lend yourself to any uh pornography Dolores Alexander 31:58 I don't think she's thought about it. I think that one of our jobs is to educate that I mean, that is our job. That is the nature that's the major thrust of our of our organization. David Susskind 32:08 But if you manufactured a Jean wouldn't you want to be saying to the youngsters who liked them tight. Barbara Mehrhof 32:14 jeans that are geared toward jeans for men do not emphasize just one part of a man's body. That dresses this is something that is very prevalent in pornography David Susskind 32:24 I've seen men with jeans on TV commercials Barbara Mehrhof 32:29 you've seen men but it is not in the same kind of volume that you do with women and pornography does tend to cut up women's body focus on a certain part of the body and presume it to be you know, sexual. David Susskind 32:40 Is there any other slide? One more? All right. What's wrong, this is two children. Dolores Alexander 32:46 Well, you are not able to do but you're not able to see what goes along the let's places in the context. Child pornography is increasingly available David Susskind 32:56 Is this child pornography? Dolores Alexander 32:57 no, this is not. But if we had been able to show you an example of what hardcore child pornography looks like, you'd see the same kinds of poses the same expressions on the faces David Susskind 33:06 But ladies, is this shot pornographic? Dolores Alexander 33:09 No, I don't think that this is pornographic. But this is Frances Patai 33:12 this shot is part of a continuum of what our what our goal is in women against pornography is to educate people to see the connection between hardcore pornographic images which are pretty much standardized, and pornographic images that are filtering into the mainstream and thereby legitimizing this kind of thing. For instance, if we were able to show our total slideshow, we would show you juxtaposed with this Alexander's ad, we would show you some examples of true hardcore porn, hardcore child pornography, and you would see the connection between the little girls in the hardcore who were shown asking to be raped by men inviting sexual intercourse from middle aged men, nay, appearing insatiable, and thus legitimizing it were actually whereas actually, child pornography or even child molestation is a totally different a child doesn't ask to be molested. It is the male middle aged male molester who approaches the kid and rapes her. I would also like to note often part of the continuum if we were to show you the true hardcore porn, a child porn connection, and I just want to note that the FBI statistics indicate that not only is child pornography, child molestation on the increase, but one out of every two every one out of every chop one out of every girl children is attacked, molested raped David Susskind 34:43 one out of what? Frances Patai 34:44 one out of every four All right No, no one out of one out of every four rape big races under the age of 12. David Susskind 34:53 Oh, that's a different I thought you said why not a very for girl children. Barbara Mehrhof 34:57 No, no, no, no, no. David Susskind 34:58 Okay. Barbara Mehrhof 34:58 No, no, no. David Susskind 34:59 Well, we'll have to pause and come right back. You are genuinely alarmed I can see that.
Entertainment Dom Rep Wyclef Diesel - Wyclef Jean and Vin Diesel join Dom Rep president in efforts to help Haiti
NAME: DOM JEAN 20100125Ex TAPE: EF10/0074 IN_TIME: 10:43:18:13 DURATION: 00:02:44:11 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Santo Domingo - 24 Jan 2010 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION Santo Domingo - 24 Jan 2010 1. Mid of Haitian-American musician Wyclef Jean (left) and Dominican Republic President Leonel Fernandez (right) 2. Close of Jean 3. Close of Fernandez 4. Mid of Jean and Fernandez talking 5. Mid of American actor Vin Diesel 6. Various of meeting between Jean, Fernandez and Diesel 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vin Diesel, US actor: "Well, we started an underground convoy where we actually shipped baby formula, medical supplies. We''ve been doing this for the last week. It was important for us to go over to Haiti. I arrived here last week and President Leonel Fernandez wanted me to go into Haiti, and I did, and my heart went out to our brothers and sisters there. I don''t think...I can''t imagine anyone going there not wanting to help." 8. Mid of Jean talking to the media 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Wyclef Jean, Haitian-American musician: "The telethon we did in New York, we raised over 57 (m) million. It''s continuously going. I want to thank George Clooney. I worked with George Clooney a lot, putting that together, also Shakira, everybody, Madonna, everybody who participated in that. And also, I want to thank the world. I want to thank the DR (Dominican Republic), I want to thank...It feels like the whole entire world is coming together. So many telethons are going on, so much money is being raised, and you know, we did loose a lot of people in Haiti. I personally lost a lot of people. But understand that every time real change is about to happen it comes from the worst moment. So, I feel moving forward on now. I want everybody to know that we''re moving to the 21st century, and everybody that''s watching me right now that''s from the DR, you know what I''m saying, I want them to know that they are my brothers and they''re my sisters. They look like me. Look, we all look the same, you understand what I''m saying?" 10. Mid of Jean and Diesel 11. Mid of Jean talking to reporter STORYLINE WYCLEF AND VIN DIESEL MEET WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Haitian born musician Wyclef Jean and American actor Vin Diesel met with the President of the Dominican Republic on Sunday (24 Jan 10) in continuing efforts to help the shattered Haitian nation following the devastating earthquake on 12 January. Both celebrities thanked President Leonel Fernandez for his country''s immediate response to the disaster which has killed an estimated 200-thousand people, displaced many more and reduced much of Haiti to rubble. Diesel said he been involved in getting shipments of aid into the country, and had witnessed first hand the misery there, visiting the island in the last few days under the request of Fernandez. The American actor has visited Haiti many times and sponsors a film programme for young Haitians. Wyclef Jean has been working tirelessly to raise money for the victims, taking part in Friday night''s all-star telethon, "Hope for Haiti Now," which so far has raised 57 (m) million US dollars. His charity, The Wyclef Jean Foundation Inc., also known as the Yele Haiti Foundation, is one of the groups that will benefit from the evening''s donations. Jean also thanked US actor and director George Clooney, who helped organize Friday''s event.
WALES; 5 FRANCE; 3
Cardiff, Wales. <br/> <br/>SV. Wales team taking field at he start of the international rugby match between Wales and France (title super over) SV. Massed crowd. GV. Wales kicking off from left to right with white tops on their stockings and numbers on their backs in white squares. SV. Frenchman in possession running with ball. He is dived on and tackled by Whitson but escapes him and runs on and kicks forward. SCU. Crowd. GV. Wales attacking. The ball goes out on the left where a Welshman picks it up and starts to run with it. Two French players grab him and he is brought down. GV. Crowd. SV. Wales attacking. H. P. Morgan in possession. He passes to Thomas who passes to G. Rowlands. He is upended by a Frenchman. GV. Crowd sitting in stands. SV. Wales attacking. A Welshman has the ball and passes to Thomas who passes to H. P. Morgan, but he is pulled down by Andre Boniface. The ball is loose and a whole crowd of players are kicking and pushing it. The ball is still running loose and two Frenchmen and two Welshmen collide and fall over. The two Frenchmen are Roge and Jean Prat. SV. Massed crowd. SV. French player with ball running, kicks it forward. SV. The ball just bouncing in front of G. Owen and he can't get a hold of it. Frenchman dashes in to kick it. It goes up in the air where R. Baulon rushes in, grabs it and runs on. He passes out to Jaques Bouquet who runs on. SV. Bouquet with ball dashing towards touch down. A tackle by Jenkins, doesn't come off and he touches the ball down. TSV. Michel Vannier just going to take the kick, he kicks but it is very poor. Score - Wales 0, France 3. SV. Massed crowd. GV. Wales attacking. Thomas receives but is heavily tackled by Prat. The ball goes loose. Welsh player picks it up and passes to another Welshman who receives and runs on. SCU. Crowd. SV. Rowlands with ball starting Welsh attack. He passes to Brace who runs on and kicks the ball forward towards the French goal. The ball goes up in the air and bounces towards Bouquet but it bounces awkwardly and Whitson dashes in. Ball goes loose and Williams dives on it for touch down. GV. Crowd. GV. French goal. Owen kicks and goes between the posts. Camera pans to crowd. <br/> <br/>(Lav.) (Orig.H.) <br/> <br/> (Wales Only).
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