THIS DAY - MARCH 3 ( NO 5 )
Title reads: "This Day - March 3rd". Short Documentary film about events around that date throughout the century. <br/> <br/>Mar 1948 - The last British troops leave India. Parade at docks as they leave Bombay. <br/>Mar 1922 - Irish Republican Army (IRA) take over from British troops in Athlone, Ireland. <br/>Mar 1936 - Launching of the Zeppelin airship Hindenburg in Germany. <br/>Mar 1931 - Field Marshal Von Hindenburg inspecting troops. <br/>Mar 1933 - Nazi parade by Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Adolf Hitler speaks. <br/>Mar 1925 - American distillers exporting whisky to Europe. Barrels loaded onto ship. <br/>VS of early roadside petrol filling station. <br/>Mar 1936 - people stunting with cars on ice covered lake in America. <br/>Mar 1932 - Sir Malcolm Campbell breaking Speed record in Bluebird on Daytona Beach. <br/>Mar 1925 - Grandmother Mrs Craven training for a swim across the English Channel. <br/>VS of American students fighting in mudbath in annual event. <br/>Mar 1933 - Various shots of President Franklin D Roosevelt around assassination attempt. <br/>Mar 1954 - Shooting of five congressmen by three Puerto Ricans in US Congress. <br/> <br/>Spacing. <br/> <br/>Mar 1931 - Boxer Primo Carnera training. <br/>Mar 1925 - Finnish runner Parvo Nurmi in training. <br/>VS of Tennis player Big Bill Tilden. VS of all in wrestling bout. <br/>Mar 1951 - Womens hockey match at Wembley. England beat Ireland 6-1. <br/>VS of Ledo Burma being built during WWII. <br/>Mar 1940 - Liner ship Queen Elizabeth sailing to New York from the Clyde. <br/>Mar 1953 - Shots of Joseph Stalin at Red Square parade. <br/> <br/>Compilation of material from the Pathe Library - Paperwork gives details of sources. Made in 1956.
PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE
POP MUSIC
Peter Fornatale: Former Mayor Dinkins used to refer to the city as a beautiful mosaic the melting pot, so to speak. If that's the case, you are and have been a one man mosaic. You have strain you have strains of Caucasian, African American, Puerto Rican, right. And it's a touch of Cherokee as well. Garland Jeffreys: Exactly. I mean, my my father, my grandfather, side. In my childhood, one of the beautiful things that happened in my house is that it was it was the house was totally open to all kinds of people. And my uncles were my idols, you know, they had friends from everywhere, you know, mainly jazz was a big was a big sort of connecting force in those days, you know, like I said, my mother had me at 16. So, I mean, that was in the 40s. And in the 50s. And, you know, they were these all night poker parties, you had all kinds of people coming through, you know, I grew up in a neighborhood where was Jewish, a Chalian, on either side of me where we live Chinese, Afro American, we didn't we didn't really say Afro American. In those days, black is what we say, you know, it was a mixture of people. And I love the fact that that was my beginning. I love it because I carry it into my life. It's always been my life.
1940s Times Square New York
b&w - New York City - NYC - pedestrians - street traffic - department store fronts - Times Square day - Times Square - neon signs night - theaters - Strand - Capitol - Loew's State - marquee for Possessed (1947) starring Joan Crawford and Van Heflin - RKO Palace - Horn & Hardart Automat - Lindy's - Ham n Egg - Jack Dempsey's bar - Astor Bar - Roseland - President Truman gives Puerto Ricans right to
Reporters: [show of 05 June 2021]
Various Subjects
News footage- Puerto Rican Day Parades
Puerto - Rican - Festival
THE ANNUAL PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE WENT ON TODAY IN BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT.
PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE CLIPS
VARIOUS FTG FROM THE ANNUAL PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE IN NEW YORK CITY
Puerto Rico May Day
Puerto Ricans protest austerity measures
PA-0127 Beta SP
Report on Puerto Rico, USA.
Pathe
Celebration on Constitution Day in San Juan as Puerto Rico becomes free United States Commonwealth
Major General James L Collins at Columbus Day Parade in Puerto Rico.
Major General James L Collins commanding Puerto Rican department and Governor Rexford Tugwell review Columbus Day Parade in Puerto Rico. U.S. Army soldiers, native Puerto Rican girl, and Puerto Rican sailors march in review. American band wearing helmets march. (World War II period). Location: Puerto Rico. Date: 1942.
Various scenes of Puerto Rico. Views of churches in different settings. The University of Puerto Rico, buildings and library.
Opening scene shows a young girl with her hair blowing in a windy spot, and the dome of the Puerto Rican Capitol building visible behind her. Passengers ride in a wooden bodied station wagon, down a steep inclined street. As they pass a local policeman, their tailgate is seen to be filled with bananas and plantains. A large church complex tucked into a valley with hills in background. Another church halfway up a hill overlooking a town. A significant big city church with parishioners on its steps. An ancient historic-looking abandoned church building. Sign at a church reading: "St. John. Fire Baptized Holiness Church of God of the Americas." Another church sign (name of church not visible) stating: "Built 1882;" and announcing schedule of services. Cars driving past what may be a mosque. Cover of a book entitled: " Poesía Puertorriqueña." (Puerto Rican Poetry). Park-like setting of University of Puerto Rico, with a complex of buildings across the street, including the university clock tower. A girl paging through a large book. She pauses and laughs. A shelf of books in the university library, with titles including: Books of Leonardo da Vinci; Babes in the Darkling Wood by HG Wells; Abraham Lincoln, the War Years, by Carl Sandburg; and numerous other significant literary works. A newspaper boy runs past a girl on a sidewalk, carrying an armload of books. Location: Puerto Rico. Date: 1941.
Puerto Rican Parade; 6/4/1995
LOCAL PARADE FOR PUERTO RICAN DAY, PEOPLE WAVE FLAGS FOR P.R.
PEURTO RICAN PARADE
00:00:00:00 B-ROLL 25th Annual Peurto Rican Day Parade (0:00)/
PUERTO RICAN PARADE (6/8/1997)
46th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City
THE MISTAKES OF DONALD TRUMP IN PUERTO RICO
CELEBRITIES
Sound Bite: Debra Messing Yeah I call it a dramady I call it a holiday dramady you will absolutely laugh your gonna hear great music you will leave feeling like you cant wait to spend the holidays with your family there are real life issues that are contended which I think roots and grounds the film and makes it more universal that’s the thing I got from this film was you know I thought it was I learned so much from the Puerto Rican Culture I didn’t know what a ? was however at the end of the day it was just so clear its sort of irrelevant it doesn’t if your matter if your Irish or Italian Cuban or what have you its like the holiday’s is the same for everyone the holiday is the same for everybody everybody is anxious about going home and being together a little dread and little scared when things go south (talks) yes yes yes (talks) well you know I’m Jewish you know I feel like we are loud and passionate and I think everybody can see themselves when they watch this film
Puerto Rico Protests
Fed up, Puerto Ricans rally on Independence Day
PA-3562 Beta SP; PA-0665 Digibeta
Around the World in New York
06/03/73 C0035998 - COLOR NEW YORK: PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE.
06/03/73 C0035998 - COLOR NEW YORK: PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE. NXC NONO "PUERTO RICAN" SHOWS: NO SHOT LIST: (SHOT 6/3/73 70FT) NCS PUERTO RICANS PARADES, CEREMONIAL - NEW YORK NEW YORK HOLIDAYS - US - PUERTO RICO DAY XX / 140 FT / 16 ORIG / COLOR / CUTS / D35380
Paramount
Mayor Felisa Rincon de Gautier and Eastern Airlines bring 2-1/2 tons of snow to the children of San Juan for Three Kings Day
PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE
14:02:17:00 ws of military marching down street (0:05) / 14:02:25:00 pan of supporters on side of road chairing (0:08) / 14:02:35:00 governor of george pataki (0:07) / 14:02:52:00 ws of crowd (0:0 ...
Off: Basketball STB le Havre: Departure of Puerto Rican winger Vassalo