19 20 National Edition: [issue of 08 November 2018]
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UNIVERSAL PICTURES GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY
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1930s
b&w newsreel - stunts - Thrill Seekers - 1920s & 1930s - boxing match Los Angeles Coliseum with Jack Doran
METZGER RACE
BARS AND TONE. OFF AIR FOOTAGE FROM "EYE WITNESS LOS ANGELES". FILM TRANSFER OF THE NOVEMBER 3, 1979 DEMONSTRATION WHERE KLANSMAN MURDERED AND BEAT COMMUNIST DEMONSTRATORS NIGHT. VS OF A KLAN RALLY IN FONTANA, CALIF. VS OF GRAND WIZARD TOM METZGER. VS OF A CROSS BURNING. SU. CU INTV/W METZGER AND OTHER KLANSMEN. CU INTV/W C GARRETT HENNING, PRESIDENT OF THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WEST. FILE FOOTAGE OF 1920'S KLAN MARCH ON WASHINGTON. MORE FOOTAGE OF KLAN RALLY INCLUDING SHOTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN, OTHER STORIES INCLUDE REPORT OF "OUTCALL" PROSTITUTION AND FREDERICKS OF HOLLYWOOD. CI: PERSONALITIES: METZGER, THOMAS. PERSONALITIES: HENNING, C GARNETT. POLITICS: CAMPAIGNS, CALIF CONGRESSIONAL 1980. ORGANIZATIONS: KU KLUX KLAN. ORGANIZATIONS: SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE.
LOS ANGELES AREA - 1920s
A topographical rendering of the Los Angeles area with place names, and animated roads moving westward.
Archival 1920s street Model T cars Los Angeles studio
North Pole Flight
North Pole Flight 1928 1920s B/W Explorers B/W Explorers North America United States California Los Angeles Hubert Wilkins. TFA-99D-2
CALIFORNIA FLOODING
TORRENTIAL RAINS IN THE LOS ANGELES BASIN TURNED SOME CITY STREETS INTO STREAMS TODAY AND TRIGGERED A LANDSLIDE THAT SHUT DOWN A MAJOR COMMUTER ROUTE. THE LANDSLIDE SHUT DOWN LAUREL CANYON BOULEVARD AND DISRUPTED TRAFFIC BETWEEN LOS ANGELES AND THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY. RUSHING WATER CAVED IN A PORTION OF A 1920S-ERA STORM DRAIN AND CREATED A HUGE SINK HOLE ON FAIRFAX BOULEVARD. THE RAINS ALSO LED TO SEVERAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND MINOR EVACUATIONS AROUND THE AREA AS MORE THAN 2 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN A 24 HOUR PERIOD.
Various Subjects
1920S LOS ANGELES: SOUNDSTAGES, STUDIOS, CABLE CARS
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PIKERS, THE
General John J. Pershing at open air rally and parades in California two years after end of World War 1.
U.S. Army officer General John J. Pershing on a western tour in the United States. General Pershing with other officials exits Ferry Terminal on arrival in San Francisco on January 25, 1920. A close up of General Pershing talking to officials including Mayor James Rolph Jr. and Raphael Weill, a well known San Francisco business and civic leader. U.S. Army troops parade on the streets and hold the flag of the United States in San Francisco, California. General Pershing at a podium and about to speak at open air rally. Crowd on the field. General Pershing in a car and receiving applause of crowd during Los Angeles parade on January 26, 1920. People stand on either side of the street in downtown Los Angeles. Location: California United States USA. Date: January 25, 1920.
LOS ANGELES HARBOR AREA
Title card reads A marvelous man-made harbor. Footage contains aerial footage of the harbor area.
Archival 1910s 1920s film studio street Los Angeles
US Oscars - A look at the new location for the Oscars
TAPE: EF01/0788 IN_TIME: 07:35:31 DURATION: 1:58 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: music video/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: Los Angeles, Nov 9, 2001 SHOT LIST: November 9, 2001 1. Wide shot of confetti at the new 'Hollywood and Highland' complex 2. Medium shot of crowd 3. Wide of confetti in front of Kodak theatre 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rob Reiner, actor/director "I am announcing here, today, that Hollywood is back." 5. Medium of crowd applauding 6. Red carpet being brought out 7. Medium of police of rooftop. 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Frank Pierson, President of the Academy Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences "We look forward to holding the movie industry's biggest night, once again, in the neighbourhood that is synonymous with movies all over the world. We think Hollywood and Highland will help Hollywood reclaim its place as the world centre of art, entertainment, excitement and glamour." File - March 2001 9. 73rd Academy awards. November 9, 2001 10. Wide shot of Kodak theatre, new home for the Academy Awards 11. Various of 'Hollywood and Highland' complex 12. Hollywood Boulevard sign 13. Various of less glamourous parts of Hollywood Boulevard 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Die, tourist "It's not quite as glitzy as I'd imagined. I might get over to Beverly Hills later." 15. Singer Randy Newman performing. 16. Pull back from famous 'Hollywood' sign to new complex and crowds STORYLINE: Hollywood staged one of its biggest premieres ever on Friday with the opening of the 615-million (M) U-S dollar centerpiece to its economic revival of Hollywood Boulevard. The development project, named Hollywood & Highland, includes the new home of the Academy Awards, dozens of up market shops, restaurants, a 1950s themed hotel and a working television studio. A Canadian property development company is responsible for the complex, a few short steps from the original 1920's venue for the Oscars. The nine-acre development by Toronto-based TrizecHahn Corp. is part of a decade-long Hollywood revitalization effort. Thousands of people thronged Hollywood Boulevard for the opening ceremony, which the city of Los Angeles hopes will cement their desperate bid to revitalise the area. Some big Hollywood's biggest names were on hand. Actor and Director Rob Reiner opened the show followed by singer Randy Newman. The centerpiece of the project is the Kodak Theatre, which will become the home of the Academy Awards. Los Angeles and its 13-point-eight billion (B) U-S dollar tourism industry have a lot riding on the comeback. During the past five years, the Los Angeles city has pumped nearly a hundred million dollars into the project which will generate over two and half thousand jobs. Disney Corporation has spearheaded an effort to sweep the sleaze out of Hollywood, an area more famous over the past two decades for sex shops and dubious movie paraphernalia.
1920s Los Angeles
b&w Los Angeles, California - 1920s scenes of city - moving pov bungalow homes - residential - craftsman style houses - some static
Historic Hollywood and Los Angeles
00 -:30 - B/W 1920s, ‘Hollywood Today Reel One’ slate. Man operates camera, fade into montage of 1920s Hollywood scene :30 - 1:01 - B/W, 1930s Aerials of Los Angeles 1:02-1:16 - B/W, 1920s-slate reading Hollywood's main thorofares. CU shot of Hollywood Boulevard. HA shot of Hollywood Blvd with traffic, building with sign reading Hollywood Branch, Security Trust & Savings Bank 1:16 - 1:27 - B/W, 1920s POV driving down the street with traffic 1:27 - 1:35 - B/W, 1920s Sunset Blvd street sign. WS Sunset Boulevard, with traffic 1:35 – 2:06 – B/W, 1920s, Slate: “Famous Studios, the homes of modern magic”. EXT. Warner Brothers office building. HA shot of Warner Bros. studio lot with roadway in foreground 2:06 – 2:29 - B/W, 1920s, Mack Sennett Studios EXT. Pathe Studios office 2:29 - 2:33 – B/W,1920s CU of traffic signal with displaying “Stop”, Hollywood Blvd. and Vine Street signs above signal. Signal then changes to go 2:33 – 2:56 - B/W, 1930s EXT of Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant 2:57 – 5:29 – COLOR, 1940s - Rearward POV of car driving in Los Angeles driving down Hollywood Boulevard heading West and stopping at Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Traffic, trolley cars, yellow and white buses, pedestrians crossing. Hotel Drake can be seen. Shot of Grauman’s Chinese Theater from across Hollywood Boulevard as traffic passes, red trolley cars wait on street 5:29 – 6:22 - B/W, 1930s, Shot of Hollywood Blvd. sign in foreground with traffic in background. EXT of Sardi’s restaurant, various shots. HA shot of Sardi’s, car pulling up to curb 6:23 – 7:01 - B/W, 1930s. HA shot looking down on Hollywood Boulevard facing east. Grauman’s Chinese Theater to left. Banner across Hollywood Boulevard advertising “Shirley Temple”. Traffic moves below 7:01 – 7:49 - B/W, 1930s, Shot of Hollywood Hotel sign, PAN to well-dressed couples passing under sign and to street. PAN down of still of Hollywood Hotel 7:49 – 8:48 - COLOR, 1930s, WS, PAN of area around Grauman’s Chinese Theater, PAN down to theater. WS, HA, Hollywood Bowl 8:49 – 14:03 - B/W, 1930s, HA shot of heavy traffic on freeway. Aerial shot following traffic down freeway. Aerial shots of Hollywood Bowl and area nearby. Aerial shots of traffic, shots of buildings Hollywood area. PAN across to Hollywood Bowl 13:54 – 14:38 - 1940s, COLOR EXT. Original Brown Derby on Wilshire. EXT. 1950s Schwabs Pharmacy. WS of the Ambassador Hotel 14:39 – 16:04 - B/W, 1930s – HA shot over Wilshire Boulevard with Wilshire Boulevard Temple. PAN to opposite side of Wilshire Boulevard. POV driving down Wilshire Boulevard towards Pellissier Building and Wiltern Theatre (Warner Bros. Western Theater). Double decker bus waits a traffic light. EXT locked off shot of Warner Bros. Western Theater. PAN up to top of Theater 16:05 – 16:09 - COLOR – EXT sign reading “Hollywood, Welcome Winter Bowlers” 16:10 – 16:59 - B/W, Night, 1930s – Hollywood Boulevard, heavy traffic, Hotel Christie sign. PAN across Hollywood Boulevard to Hotel Christie sign, heavy traffic on Hollywood Boulevard. Robert’s Drive-In, art deco style drive in 17:00 – 18:49 - B/W, 1910s, Steam train approaches small town station, CU of train wheels moving on tracks, shots of steam training passing. HA shot of steam train passing large lake. MCU various shots of train wheels. B/W, 1920s train approaches station, shot of train moving down rural area. Train approaching rural station 18:49 – 19:17 - B/W, 1920s – EXT WS of Mascot Studios lot. Still images of Mack Sennett Studios lot. Pickford-Fairbanks Studios still of putting up sign. 19:17 – 20:00 - COLOR, Shot looking up from railroad tracks as steam train passes over camera 20:02 – 22:09 - B/W, 1910s – Steam trains pulling in to station, several takes. Train station during heavy rainfall as steam train pulls in to station, passengers quickly get out of train. CU lettering reading “Los Angeles” 22:09 -22:21 – COLOR, 1940s EXT. Union Station CU of entrance. WS of outside of station 22:22 – 23:10 - B/W, 1920s - Man winds old film camera and turns, chyron read “Hollywood” across frame. Stills of ‘Hollywoodland’ sign and ‘Hollywood’ sign. (1930s) Pedestrians sit on bench and wait for bus to arrive, traffic on street. People climb stairs of Los Angeles City Hall 23:12 – 25:06 - B/W, 1910s, Various scenes of actors, Hoot Gibons, Blanche Mehaffy, Fred Gilman, Laura La Plante, Reginald Denny, Dorothy Gulliver, George Lewis (with dog) 25:08 – 27:34 - B/W, 1910s, Slate reads “Tom Mix and his horse “Tony”, EXT of West Coast Studios. Tom Mix shakes hands with man and walks into building. “Shirley Mason and Francis Mac Donald” slate. Bar scene shoot. “Bessie Love and Harold Goodwin” slate. Various scenes shot. “Charles (Buck) Jones with his director and Charles French” slate 27:34 – 29:52 - B/W, 1920s - Man turns film camera, fade in Hollywood montage of various locations and studios around Hollywood. Aerial over Los Angeles. Repeat of Hollywood thoroughfares footage 29:53 – COLOR, 1960s, EXT. Bradbury building, ZI to Bradbury building exterior signage. Various EXT shots of Bradbury building. ZI Million Dollar Theater building, PAN to top of Metropolitan Water District Building 30:47 – 31:07 - B/W, 1930s Man walks in MacArthur Park Lake 31:07 – 32:27 - COLOR, Shot of CU shot of front of old radio, hand turns on radio and tunes radio. MCU of old radio on table. Side angle shot, CU of old radio on table, various angles 32:27 – 32:48 - COLOR, 1940s, Greyhound bus with Hollywood sign on destination board, drives toward camera and stops. Bus approaches depot with ‘Los Angeles’ on destination board on front of bus. Bus turns in and enters depot 32:49 – 33:49 - COLOR, 1940s WS and PAN of Los Angeles from high angles, various shots. Shots of back area of house on hill with swimming pool and small pagoda 33:50 – 34;40 - B/W, 1930s, WS of Hollywoodland sign and Hollywood Tower. PAN to nearby buildings. PANs across Hollywood Blvd. stopping and starting with shot of Pantages Theater 34:41 – 34:53 - COLOR, 1940s, CU traffic signal with Hollywood Blvd, and Vine Street. Signal changes from stop to go 34:53 – 37:55 - COLOR, 1950s, CU of roof of Grauman’s Chinese Theater, slow PAN down to tourists at theater entrance. Side angle shot of ornate roof of theater. Various shots of theater and PANs down. Tourist look at handprints of celebrities including Sofia Loren. MCU of lion statue at theater entrance, tourists in the background. Tourists at entrance of theater, man cleans near entrance. Various shots of two women in high heels walking over celebrity names at entrance of theater 37:56 – 38:31 - B/W, 1940s, EXT Grauman’s Theater, ‘Stagecoach’ banner across Hollywood Boulevard. Sign for map to stars’ homes 38:32 – 39:29 - COLOR, 1970s, EXT of theater with signs for Chaplin, and other vintage films. ‘Betty Boop’ character sign reading ‘Open’ on street. EXT. ‘Walter Allen Studio Plant Rentals’ 39:26 – 40:34 - COLOR, 1930s, EXT of large Los Angeles hotel, various angles. ZI shot from street sign reading “Seacrest Landing, Private, Keep Out”. Shot of people sitting and swimming in large hotel swimming pool 40:35 – 40:58 - B/W, 1930s Still of the Mocambo nightclub in West Hollywood. Early still of Griffith Observatory. Night shot, 1940s, CU traffic signal with Hollywood Blvd, and Vine Street. Signal changes from stop to go 40:58 – 41:03 - COLOR, Sign reading “Clark Gable, Manhattan, Melodrama” 41:07 – 44:25 - COLOR, Movie studio lot made up to look like early 1900s town, snow on ground. Horse and carriages, old cars go down street. ZI to Nickelodeon theatre. Shot of man outside Nickelodeon theater talking people walking by. EXT, night shot of Nickelodeon theater with car 1920s parked outside. CU exterior sign reading ‘Matinee Today’, ZI to man on street trying to get people into theater. CU sign reading ‘Prizes for the Lucky’, EXT night shot of theater. INT of theater, actors wearing period 1910s / 1920 clothing. Audiences applause during movie. Lights come on and crowd looks towards projectionist with anger. Various tracking shots of interior of cinema with people watching films. CU shot of film projector from front angle with light flickering. EXT of Nickelodeon theater at night with neon sign illuminated 44:27 – 45:19 – 1920s, B/W, Slate reading ‘Gentlemen, will please refrain from Smoking, Spitting, or using Profane Language During Performance’ and various other informative and advertising slates before films starts 45:19 - 46:22 - B/W, 1900s, Stills of Melrose Station, WS of small orchard, stills of development and construction 46:23 – 47:35 - COLOR, 1950s, Two men walk into studio lot and walk around while films are being shot, various actors walking around in costume 47:36 – 47:42 - COLOR, Interior shots of audience watching a film 1910s, 1920s period dress 47:53 – 48:33 - B/W, 1920s, Dog standing on tree stump with sheep in the background on a hill. Dog then jumps off high cliff into water below and swims away. Ad for ‘Krausemeyer’s 5 cent beer and free lunch’. Slate reading ‘Francis X Bushman’ then several shots of man on a ship in a suit 48:34 – 56:29 - B/W, 1920s, ‘A Busted Johnny’ film by Mack Sennett.
Various Subjects
1920S LOS ANGELES AND HOLLYWOOD L.A. 1920S BERLIN. EARLY MOVIEMAKING, LOUIS B. MAYER, IRVING THALBERG. NICKELODEON AUDIENCES, EARLY MOVIE AUDIENCES. HITCHCOCK NEWS STORIES, PSYCHO TRAILER. 1920S MOVIE STUDIOS AND BACKLOTS AND SETS.
TF1 20 hours: [broadcast of November 9, 2008]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
ICE ARRESTS 36 FUGITIVES ACROSS THE US (2016)
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 36 fugitives during concurrent nationwide operations this week – Operation Safe Nation and Operation No Safe Haven III. Of those arrested, 17 were sought because they may pose a threat to public safety or national security, including individuals suspected of providing material support to a terrorist organization and 19 were sought for their known or suspected roles in human rights violations overseas.
PEOPLE NOW
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HARBOR SAFETY MEASURES
The good times of the 1920's turn into the difficult times of the depression in 1930s America
Documentary depicts the end of the 1920s good times in the U.S. ("Roaring 20s"), leading into the Great Depression. Mildred Unger, age 10, performs a wing walker charleston dance while out on the wing of a JN-4 "Jenny" airplane in flight over Los Angeles in 1926.Four girls dancing on the top of a building higher than those around it, in Boston, Massachusetts. Amusement park patrons riding a roller coaster. People out driving through a park in their automobiles. Patrons enjoying themselves at the Steeplechase amusement park in Coney Island, New York. A crane piling old cars in a heap at a junk yard. But following the Wall Street crash (stock market crash) of 1929, conditions change in America. Group of men, women, and children standing together, looking sad and dejected, poor and desperate, due to conditions of the Great Depression affecting families. Still photo of group of people receiving food assistance in a city. A man, woman, and baby, in a tent (probably migrant workers). The famous 1936 photo, "Migrant Mother" by Dorothea Lange, of migrant worker, Florence Owens Thompson, with two of her children in California. Men receiving food from a city soup kitchen. Dejected unemployed men. Location: United States USA. Date: 1937.
Early efforts at controlling traffic in American cities crowded with automobiles, trucks, streetcars, and pedestrians
Automobiles, pedestrians, and street cars, attempt to negotiate the completely uncontrolled intersection of South Broadway and 7th Street in Los Angeles, California, in the early to mid 1920s. Bank of Italy (later the Bank of America) occupies the northeast corner of the S Broadway and 7th Street intersection. Scene shifts to New York City where a mounted police officer controls traffic at a busy intersection. He stops traffic in one direction, allowing crowds of pedestrians to cross and cars and street cars to proceed in other direction. In a quieter city, cars are parked in center of roadway and along curbs. pedestrians move on sidewalks and traffic moves easily. In a major city, Police officer stands in center of street and stops traffic for very large group of school children waiting to cross. They all run across when he gives them the OK. At another location, a policeman is posted at an intersection with a signal device to indicate "Stop" and "go." Scene shifts to an intersection in city of Detroit, with "Stop" and "Go" signal at corner. A woman crossing the street is almost hit by a car, but pulled out of its way, by a Detroit City Policemen posted in the center of the street. In another town, a policeman is seen in an elevated post at center of a street, with "Stop" and "go" signals under his control. Sign at front of the post reads: "Drive Safely Walk Right." Truck (with cyclist hitching a ride on the tailgate) proceeds with other vehicles on the "go" signal. Location: United States USA. Date: 1925.
HISTORICAL FILM: MILITARY AIRCRAFT AND AIR SHIPS (1920’s)
B&W film, 1920s. Historical Navy aircraft and air ship footage. Exact dates of filming unknown. cont.