1900s
b&w - wild dance party - Victorian dress - people throw confetti - funny - oddball - silent film early cinema
1960s TV SHOWS
JACK LACAYEN & GELSOMINA - ODDBALL DANCE MANEUVERS VERY ACROBATIC & ENTERTAINING
JUG BAND COMPETITION
JUG BAND PLAYS AT COMPETITION.
DN-LB-582 Beta SP
Sports - New York City [Oddball Animal Pets]
LEO KOTTKE performs ODDBALL on Austin City Limits in 1992
LEO KOTTKE performs ODDBALL on Austin City Limits in 1992
Underwater Bike Riding
Shot of mountain bikers scuba diving - one with his bike
The March 19, 2024 Shock Team (EDC).
L'Equipe
5/29/67 A0040840 - C0001514 NEW YORK, NEW YORK : CHASE MANHATTAN RECREATES ODDBALL CHECKS:
5/29/67 A0040840 - C0001514 NEW YORK, NEW YORK : CHASE MANHATTAN RECREATES ODDBALL CHECKS: NXO 4930: ODD CHECK "SHOWS: PAN DOWN EXT OF BANK: MS PEOPLE ENTER, ONE CARRIES WATERMELON: CU SAME: MS MAKING OUT DEPOSIT SLIP: TRANSACTION W / TELLER: CU DEPOSITING WATERMELON: MS TELLER TAKES WATERMELON TO COMPUTER: LS LARGE CHECK INTO VAULT: CU SAME: CU CHECK: CU CHECK ON SILVER: CU BIRTHDAY CAKE CHECK: MS 2 SHOTS MAN SAMPLES SAME: BS CLOSE VAULT DOOR: (SHOT 5/29/67 - 52FT) BANKS & BANKING - NEW YORK, NEW YORK - CHASE CURRENCY QUESTIONS COMEDY XX / 75 FT / 16 - NEG / 16 - POS /
Clinton Taxes; 5/27/1993
Congress debates budget (colorful oddballs speak)
ODDBALL VIDEO TEASE
00:00:00:00 [B-roll of obscure films on shelves of Facets Video store, maile order rental place]--CU's covers incl "I Eat Your Skin", "The Flesh Eaters", "Morons from ...
Greg’s Team for October 30, 2023 - Ballon-or Special (EDG).
L'Equipe
Clinton Tax; 5/27/1993
Gingrich speaks; House debate; Senate oddballs speak
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
BLESSING OF ANIMALS, PLAZA NEAR OLIVERA ST HAVING PETS BLESSED BY CARDINAL MAHONEY, LOTS OF DIFFERENT ANIMALS SOME UNUSUAL PETS; DX CU little girl looking at booth, Tortoise Rescue booth, sign 'These Baby Turtles Are Illegal', seniors looking at booth; Parents & kids looking at booth, attendant, small plastic vivarium on booth, people looking at American Tortoise Rescue booth; People setting up arch made of ribbons & flowers, could be preparing for a wedding. Women leading pet llamas, CU llamas face; Men in Mexican costume leading & riding fine horses. Man w/pretty black & white cow (actually polled bull, no horns); CU cow's hoof. MS bull pulling on halter. Latino kids watching, MS cow on halter (county fair image). People walking dogs together; Track little dog on leash prancing. Woman putting up decorations with staple gun. Mounted police on quarter horses; CU iguana in woman's hand (bright green), CU iguana looks at camera. CU turtle in woman's hand, turtle crawling on turtle booth; Reptile lovers - huge lizard on man's shoulder. Kids looking at vivarium. CU lizard wearing sombrero. Turtle mobile full of turtles; Owner introducing turtles. Cu turtle shaped candles in woman's hand. Several people at turtle booth. People leading llamas; CU turtle in woman's hands, decorated with ribbon. Worried looking dachshund on leash, CU dachshund looking at camera; People sitting along sidewalk. People with dressed-up dog. P-In little girl holding balloon animal, sitting in mother's lap; Couple with dog wearing bandana. Men wearing Aztec costumes. Man in old West costume riding Arabian horse; Flowers and ribbons in mane, MS horse champing on bit. Looks like Diagon Alley. Tilt-U sun overhead. Renaissance fair rejects; Oddball man and goth chicks comparing pet pythons or boa constrictors. Young woman putting flowers in friend's hair ;Man fixing pony's forelock, man pets pony and pony flinches. Various people with dogs. Woman carrying little goat; Rennaisance fair rejects chatting. Great shot of crowd waiting behind barrier. Goose inside cage. Big yellow python on ground; CU python on ground flicking its tongue. CU woman wearing jester cap. Little girl in wagon with chihuahua on her lap; MS large dog black and white spotted dog, great dane, maybe a mastiff. Grey pony next to trailer. POV being videotaped by a dork; Several pygmy goats, girls carrying goats, girls leading ponies. People preparing for procession, wagons decorated with greenery ;People waiting alongside of road, waiting for parade. Mexican fiesta image, Folklorico dancers visible over heads of crowd; Riders in Mexican costume, nervous horse stomping. Gaudy middle aged woman emcee. Crowd watching event. Family with Dalmatian; Procession approaching headed by pretty brown cow wearing banner, Cardinal Mahoney and entourage, mariachis playing ;Men leading pretty cow, cow moos &looks around as if waiting for an answer. Crowd along sidewalk applauding, crowd watching parade; MS cow in the middle of mooing, licks her nose. Mariachis, Cardinal Mahoney standing under arch, CU cow again, Mahoney; Mahoney speaking with man carrying kid on his shoulders, kid is covering his ears. MS mariachi playing trumpet ;Assistant holding holy water and juniper branch. CU Mahoney smiling. MS mariachis playing guitars, mariachi playing trumpet; P-Out as mariachis finish song. Mahoney clapping. Woman speaking at mike. Man w/kid speaks at mike, Tom Labanch from the DWP; CU cow on halter moos! then blinks a few times & looks around. Woman speaking at mike. MS woman holding Pomeranian; Mahoney takes mike, no bullcraping, calls for ceremony to begin, reads prayer in Spanish. Men beside cow. Parakeets in cage; CU cow's fuzzy muzzle. MS Mahoney making sign of the cross, then reads prayer again in English. Men standing around cow; Mahoney making the sign of the cross. MS Mahoney using branch to fling water on cow, blessing people and their pets as they walk by; MS Mahoney flinging water at people, looks like he's having fun! People filing by with and without animals; People approaching cardinal, dogs on leash, woman carrying cat, turtles in wagon (cute!), seeing-eye dogs and other working dogs; P-In Scotty & Pomeranian sniffing each other. Scotty looking around. Mahoney looking around during lull in ceremony; Cheerful mounted police riding thru crowd, waving. People petting dogs. Girl riding pony. VAR people holding dogs. Mexican riders; Man in Mexican costume with lasso, la riata. Another rider, more people with pets in line. WS Mahoney blessing people & pets; Back of head of guy with spiked hair. Mahoney splashing away. Good generic shot of crowd watching, facing away from camera ; WS crowd & Mahoney. Kid sleeping in stroller. Little girl on father's shoulders leans over & kisses mother, cute happy family; More people with pets arriving, man helps Pomeranian wave at camera. Kid pointing up at sky. Mounted police. People carrying chihuahuas. Turtle in wagon. That turtle information booth. Turtle walking across table. Mahoney under arch, Mahoney walking away with police escort...
OJ HOUSE (05/05/1995)
HOME OF ARTIST DISPLAYING BIZARRE REFERENCES TO THE OJ SIMPSON CASE.
DN-LB-583 Beta SP
Italy [Fashion Show - Oddball]
Accordion Player & Dancers
An older man plays accordion in lederhosen and a hat while a spirited group dances.
1960s Travelogue
Ensenada, Mexico - travelogue - man sells serapes to tourists - women with pinatas - tourist looks at turtle shells - tourists try on giant sombreros - oddball hats - travel - vacations
1/03/74 C0041818 - COLOR NEW YORK CITY: THE WORKS OF AN ARTIST WHO DARED TO BE CONVINCINGLY DIFFERENT WENT ON DISPLAY RECENTLY IN NEW YORK.
1/03/74 C0041818 - COLOR NEW YORK CITY: THE WORKS OF AN ARTIST WHO DARED TO BE CONVINCINGLY DIFFERENT WENT ON DISPLAY RECENTLY IN NEW YORK. FCS "DUCHAMP" SHOWS: CUBIST "NUDE DESCENDING STAIRWAY" FILL THEN IN DETAIL: EXTERIOR MUSEUM: CHESS SKETCHES: MONA LISA W / MUSTACHE: URINAL: LS READYMADES: 13 SCENES OF PREVIOUS: ODDBALL OBJECTS: (SHOT 12/28/73 49FT) NCS ART EXHIBITS PAINTINGS COMEDY (IN ART) ART - CONTEMPORAY DUCHAMP, MARCEL - WORK OF XX / 400FT / 16 ORIG / COLOR / CUTS / 2 ROLLS
2/00/00 C0042079 - COLOR NEW YORK MARCEL DUCHAMP HAD LEFT A LEGACY OF ART THAT INSPIRED ADMIRATION AS WELL AS CONTROVERSY, MOST OF THAT LEGACY IS NOW ON EXHIBIT AT NEW YORK MUSEUM OF MODERN ART.
2/00/00 C0042079 - COLOR NEW YORK MARCEL DUCHAMP HAD LEFT A LEGACY OF ART THAT INSPIRED ADMIRATION AS WELL AS CONTROVERSY, MOST OF THAT LEGACY IS NOW ON EXHIBIT AT NEW YORK MUSEUM OF MODERN ART. NXC47728 "DUCHAMP EXHIBIT" SHOWS: CUBIST "NUDE DESCENDING STAIRWAY:EXT MUSEUM: DUCHAMP SIGNATURE: THREE SCENES SKETCHES: CHESS SKETCHES: MONA LISA WITH MUSTACHE: URINAL: LS READYMADES: 13 SCENES OF PREVIOUS SCNES: ODDBALL OBJECTS, LEFTOVERS: (SHOT 12 /28/74 51FT) COMEDY (IN ART) CHESS (SS) SKETCH ART - CONTEMPORY PAINTING ART EXHIBIT DUCHAMP, MARCEL - WORK OF XX / 51 FT / 16 MM / COLOR / ORIG /
1960s TV SHOWS
David Susskind: Do you fellas have any religion of any kind? Do you Ed Do you believe in anything any god Ed Sanders 0:48 I believe that the universe is run by forces which we barely understand and as a physical entity it's something to be revered and as a as a you know, a mystical phenomenon to be experienced in terms in periods of enlightenment and I think you know as you know as a as a religious as a formal religion I don't I don't have any but as as as terms of having incredible respect for the universe. I guess it is religion. David Susskind 1:15 Dr. Larry's said on many occasions that he finds in LSD a mystical experience that he comes closer to the Divinity through the use of LSD if you find that to be true, Ken? Ken Weaver 1:31 I find I found myself personally I found an innocence and with sprinkled with I don't know magical qualities and I suppose you could say that divinity divinity I don't know it's just a word Ed Sanders 1:53 What did God look like, Ken? what does she look like? Ken Weaver 2:01 I don't know. sort of get along it Shazam that's who he is really. Billy Batson buddy. And you're familiar we're familiar with Captain Marvel Comics we're, there's there's a quite often a scene where Billy Batson gets lured down into the subway, tunnel by man in a flop hat and he takes him takes him into a long chamber with statues on each side with greed and avarice and bigotry. And there's all Shazam sitting down at the end. He's really a great looking cat. He's got long white hair and big beard, but that's a comic book God, I don't know. I don't know if they're real. And if there is one looks like that might be hermaphrodite, I suspect it is David Susskind 2:49 Do you pause or perform under the influence of drugs? Does it help you as an artist? Tuli Kupferberg 2:55 Well, it helps me relate to people I get under an under an ecstatic experience. I get very affectionate. And that's always helpful, you know, helps you grow man that's we could use more or affection. David Susskind 3:11 Is marijuana and an affection inducing drug? Ed Sanders 3:14 Yes. Helps you a blip. Tuli Kupferberg 3:18 Yeah, this is this is what this is what people who have opposed drugs like even coffee and tobacco down through the ages, you know, used to be able to be executed for drinking coffee in Turkey. The beginning, and I think you're executed if you don't drink, drink coffee, and smoking to in some of the European countries. I think this is one of the this is one of the accusations that's been thrown against all drugs. I think what drugs do essentially is to break up your patterns. And this can happen without drugs too. Of course, it happened in the blackout. It happened in depression. It happens in wars. Unfortunately, this is one of the attractions of wars. And most people lead lives of quiet desperation. That's what the Rose said others not so quiet. And if whenever you're thrown out of your routine, you can realize how miserable you've been. And you can start, you know, reconstructing the world to a certain extent. Of course, the danger is always to fall back. That's why during the blackout, I wasn't here. But I understand people were very friendly. There was lower crime rate, and it was considered a great experience by many people. David Susskind 4:38 We take a question. Yes, ma'am. Audience Question 4:40 I'd like to know what happens to you when you go outside of the village or outside of macdougal street. You're preaching peace and nonviolent activities. But what kind of harrassment do you face on the part of say local authorities or police in New York or in Podunk or Ed Sanders 4:57 we we don't face very much harassment because like we're Our concern is not really to shock people we don't want to go up to somebody and just completely devastate their brain what we are presenting you know we do sing songs using language that has great strengths and force but we don't we're not instead of just like blitzing somebody so we have we have on a very measured and balanced program we put where we have elements of great social redemption and qualities of you know, really higher qualities and our shows if a person comes to our show only to hear a blip words then that he's the one is at fault. We're not Tuli Kupferberg 5:34 there also people all over the country by now. Ready for to hear what we're seeing. And there's a peak there as a group in between, we'll look around at the performances to see how everyone else is reacting. And if it's okay, they'll start to enjoy it. Audience Question 5:52 You're not bugged like someone like Leary might be or you know, by the police. Tuli Kupferberg 5:57 Well not yet. David Susskind 5:58 they love us sir. Do you have a question? Audience Question 6:01 Why don't you guys come right out and say what you're trying to do which as far as I can guess is to is to educate kids in small fry about about things that perhaps the best ought not know about things like barbiturates and LSD and and oddball sexual practices, that it's going to take a world what seems to be a whole brainwashing thing and hear from you isn't, isn't that really what you're after? Ed Sanders 6:29 And to brainwash people? You can't be you don't want to brainwash if you want to present people with logical alternatives to the behavior patterns. You know, you want to be able to you want to the The issue, of course, is freedom. We have the right to say what we're saying under any circumstance. But we have our primary concern is to say things that offer alternatives and offers actually what we're engaging in the bugs are engaging on block broad philosophical concern called the Zionist marijuana conspiracy, we, we want to we want to engage in spiritual exultation and this guy knows guy he's my Scoutmaster. David Susskind 7:09 Do you object to what they're doing? Because you think they're violating every convention that you hold sacred and important? Audience Question 7:17 I think they're not coming right out and saying what their intent is and I think I think their intent is a far reaching plan to get it the to get it the week still unformed minds of kiddies, Ed Sanders 7:30 well we just want everybody to live in a big polyethylene bag full of Vaseline. That's all we want, if everybody will do that, and well, Tuli Kupferberg 7:35 I think No, I've never denied that I'm a revolutionary I've been a revolutionary longer than I've been a fug because the society needs revolutionary changes. I'm also a pacifist so that makes it easy for me to get beat up quite so hard i don't think.
1933
b&w newsreel - March 25, 1933 - sound - real thrill ready for Chicago Fair - car drives in circle on platform as platform tilts to vertical then upside down - stunts - oddball stuff - death defying
Ent. Profile: Bobcat Goldthwait/Matt Frewer (06/30/1997)
How to write an obituary
Radio France: filmed programmes