Tribute to Lefty Dizz 1
Tribute to Lefty Dizz at Buddy Guy's Legends. 0:00 Change of location. Interior blues club. A party is in progress. Interview with Fernando Jones, cousin of the late blues guitarist Lefty Dizz. Jones gives testimony to what a great guy Dizz was He notes tonight at the blues club people are holding a tribute in his honor and to raise money for the family to help cover medical expenses from when Dizz was sick. 1:22 Interview with Wayne Brooks, who says he hung out with Dizz a couple of times. They met at the Checkerboard six years ago. He says Dizz was a good man and that he'd given him a ride home after pub hopping. He says Dizz used to talk about his days in the Army. Brooks says he's a guitarist and works as a roadie for the Lonnie Brooks Band. 2:29 Interview with Eddie King, who says Dizz was a good entertainer and he knew how to put on a show. 3:03 Interview with Stan Chamberlain, who thinks Dizz was a wonderful guitar player. He's here tonight to play Dizz's music so he can help keep it alive. 3:30 Interview with Dizz's first manager in 1973. He notes he got Dizz his first job fronting his own band, and got him gigs at Kalamazoo College, the Bicentennial festival at the Smithsonian Institution, opened for Barry White. He raves about how wonderful Dizz was. My life has been immeasurably enriched ... and I miss him terribly. He notes Dizz was under appreciated by the industry and that his legend was built all by himself. He notes Dizz played all over the world and will be missed in the US, Japan, Brazil, France. 4:53 B-roll of the crowd of tribute payers. A woman named Sarah Knight says that Dizz was one of the best, a nice guy who played his guitar upside down. 5:52 Continued b-roll of the crowd. The emcee is on stage facilitating a raffle. Various shots of the crowd. 6:34  A man dressed in a cowboy outfit, identified as the Black Lone Ranger, takes the stage and sings a raunchy song. He twirls his pistol for emphasis. 12:03 The Lone Ranger exits the stage as the band continues to play. 12:21 Interview with the Lone Ranger. He says he met Lefty Dizz in the early 1960s and sung with him a few times. He notes that Lefty was a great guy. He says he misses him and the blues world misses him. He notes that when Lefty played the blues he'd say, if I don't make no money I can't stay here. If I make money I'll be here. He says that everyone cared for Lefty Dizz and that he was a great man. 13:58 B-roll of a band playing a lively blues tune. 15:26 Interview with Bob Jones, songwriter. He says Dizz was to record some of his songs. He notes that Dizz was a very serious person dedicated to music and to the community. He says a lot of people playing today owe it to Dizz. 16:20 Interview with Cicero Blake, who says he's known Dizz for 30 years. The first time we met was in 1962 when Dizz and his band played on Blake's music recording session. He says Dizz was a great guy. He says that in 1962, Dizz had come in from Georgia to work with Sonny Thompson. He and Dizz toured with Thompson 3 or 4 years. We've been friends ever since. He notes as soon as Dizz got to Chicago people recognized his talent and that he was a great guy. If he were here today, Blake notes, Dizz would love it. He attended a similar event in December at which Dizz appeared and he loved it. 18:07 B-roll of another band playing in tribute to Dizz. 23:37 The band finishes, the crowd cheers. The band goes into a second song as a female singer gets up and joins in a soulful, lively blues tune. 30:59 The song ends. The crowd cheers. The woman works the crowd talking about the worthiness of tonight's cause. She says he helped start her career and then goes into another song, a heavy blues piece. 35:43 The song ends. The singer invites the audience to dance and falls into a groovy tune. Various b-roll of  the audience dancing, the band playing, and singers singing. The footage ends mid-song. 43:19 END
Stylized Madman - 3
Nightmare-like scene of a wide-eyed madman roaming a stylized corridor. Footage could be used as a metaphor for losing your mind or going crazy.
Various Subjects
News footage- Kids dance at rave
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AMERICA: ON THE EDGE OF ABUNDANCE
Annick the astrologer does business
Radio France: filmed programmes
SAMMY GRAVANO ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES
FTG FOR BRIAN ROONEY CS VO ON SAMMY "THE BULL" GRAVANO ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES. SAMMY GRAVANO, FORMERLY PART OF THE NEW ORGANIZED CRIME SCENE AND A KEY WITNESS IN THE JOHN GOTTI TRIAL. HE TURNED STATE EVIDENCE AGAINST THE MOB AND WENT INTO THE WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM. HE IS BEING CHARGED WITH BEING ARIZONA'S BIGGEST SUPPLIER OF ILLEGAL AMPHETAMINE DRUGS AND FINANCING A STATEWIDE NARCOTICS RING THAT SOLD ECSTASY. CONTINUED NEWS CONFERENCE. 10:30:40 CONTINUED NEWS CONFERENCE. SPEAKERS ANSWERING QUESTIONS FROM PRESS. 10:33:29 KNXV-TV PHOENIX, ARIZONA FIXED UPLINK. 10:33:43 VS OF ELENA, TEENAGE GIRL W/ WAIST LENGTH HAIR. SHE LIVES NEXT DOOR TO GRAVANO FAMILY. SHE SAYS THE GRAVANO'S ARE VERY NICE. 10:36:03 INTV/ W ARIZONA POLICE OFFICIAL AT DESK ANSWERING QUESTIONS ABOUT ORGANIZED CRIME IN ARIZONA. SHUTTLES THROUGHOUT. 10:45:36 SHUTTLE. 10:48:04 KNXV-TV PHOENIX, ARIZONA. MS OF PEOPLE DANCING. SHOTS FADE INTO ONE ANOTHER. 10:49:54 SHUTTLE. 10:50:09 MS OF TEENAGERS DANCING AT A RAVE. STROBE LIGHTS AND A LARGE WALL OF TV SCREENS. 10:50:39 CU OF TEENAGERS STICKING OUT THEIR TONGUES WITH PILLS ON THEM. 10:50:53 MS OF TEENAGER AT RAVE DOING A FIRE WALK. THIS INVOLVES WALKING THROUGH A FIRE. 10:51:09 END OF FOOTAGE.
Rave Sweep
YOU'VE PROBABLY HEARD ABOUT THOSE ALL NIGHT PARTIES CALLED "RAVES." IT SEEMS A LAW ENFORCEMENT CRACKDOWN IN TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA HAS DONE THE TRICK, PUTTING AN END TO SOME. COPS RAIDED CLUBS ALL OVER THE STATE...AND WHAT THEY FOUND WERE PEOPLE SELLING DRUGS EVERYWHERE. THEY SEIZED MORE THAN NINE-MILLION DOLLARS IN ILLEGAL DRUGS...AND ARRESTED 12-HUNDRED PEOPLE. TALLAHASSEE'S POLICE CHIEF SAYS RAVE PARTIES ARE BECOMING MORE POPULAR IN THIS AREA BUT THEY HAVEN'T HAD ANY DRUG RELATED DEATHS HERE.
EAGLES REUNION CONCERT (1994)
NOTE: CONUS CANNOT LICENSE ANY MUSIC OR ANY PERFORMANCE OF THE EAGLES ON STAGE - ONLY THE FAN REACTION AND SOUNDBITES IN THIS PIECE!! ROCK LEGENDS “THE EAGLES” ARE OPENING THEIR FIRST TOUR IN 14 YEARS WITH SEVEN SOLD-OUT SHOWS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. THE TOP TICKET PRICE IS $115. THAT'S LOT, BUT ONLY A THIRD OF WHAT STREISAND IS CHARGING FOR HER BEST SEATS. THE GROUP SURPRISED EVERYONE WHEN BAND MEMBERS DECIDED THEY WOULD GET TOGETHER ONE LAST TIME FOR OLD TIMES SAKE.
SAMMY GRAVANO ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES
FTG FOR BRIAN ROONEY CS VO ON SAMMY "THE BULL" GRAVANO ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES. SAMMY GRAVANO, FORMERLY PART OF THE NEW ORGANIZED CRIME SCENE AND A KEY WITNESS IN THE JOHN GOTTI TRIAL. HE TURNED STATE EVIDENCE AGAINST THE MOB AND WENT INTO THE WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM. HE IS BEING CHARGED WITH BEING ARIZONA'S BIGGEST SUPPLIER OF ILLEGAL AMPHETAMINE DRUGS AND FINANCING A STATEWIDE NARCOTICS RING THAT SOLD ECSTASY. CONTINUED NEWS CONFERENCE. 10:30:40 CONTINUED NEWS CONFERENCE. SPEAKERS ANSWERING QUESTIONS FROM PRESS. 10:33:29 KNXV-TV PHOENIX, ARIZONA FIXED UPLINK. 10:33:43 VS OF ELENA, TEENAGE GIRL W/ WAIST LENGTH HAIR. SHE LIVES NEXT DOOR TO GRAVANO FAMILY. SHE SAYS THE GRAVANO'S ARE VERY NICE. 10:36:03 INTV/ W ARIZONA POLICE OFFICIAL AT DESK ANSWERING QUESTIONS ABOUT ORGANIZED CRIME IN ARIZONA. SHUTTLES THROUGHOUT. 10:45:36 SHUTTLE. 10:48:04 KNXV-TV PHOENIX, ARIZONA. MS OF PEOPLE DANCING. SHOTS FADE INTO ONE ANOTHER. 10:49:54 SHUTTLE. 10:50:09 MS OF TEENAGERS DANCING AT A RAVE. STROBE LIGHTS AND A LARGE WALL OF TV SCREENS. 10:50:39 CU OF TEENAGERS STICKING OUT THEIR TONGUES WITH PILLS ON THEM. 10:50:53 MS OF TEENAGER AT RAVE DOING A FIRE WALK. THIS INVOLVES WALKING THROUGH A FIRE. 10:51:09 END OF FOOTAGE.
am the newspaper: [issue of February 26, 2023]
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Our Living Constitution
Ecstacy/ Rave; 11/15/01
Grainy Home movie footage of a Rave: Lots of young men with no shirts on dance in crowded room; Girl leaning against bar looks sick; CU bags of Ecstacy pills; POV looikng at drug paraphenalia, scales etc; People popping pills at party
Stylized Madman - 1
Nightmare-like scene of a wide-eyed madman roaming a stylized corridor. Footage could be used as a metaphor for losing your mind or going crazy.
JACK LEONARD INTERVIEW (1962)
jACK e. lEONARD was often called "Fat Jack" for a very good reason. He was one of the inventors of the Don Rickles style of comedy. Often abrasive, caustic and funnier than hell. He appeared as an raving lunatic in the Jerry Lewis film, The Delicate Delinquent, and stole every scene.
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
Boy and girl decorate Christmas tree circa 1940; put star on top of tree. 01:43:05:00 Elves (BW, 1940s) work in Santa's workshop assembling toys. Santa looks on with approval (many of these toys are now considered unsafe); Santa fills bag and carries bag with elves help. 01:43:42:00: boy and girl jump up and down with excitement in front of tree; take stockings off the mantle and take out presents, finds a dolly and railroad train. "All the kids will rave about it". Mom and Dad and older Sister say "Merry Christmas" 01:44:30:00 Santa Claus comes down the chimney into home. 01:44:50:00 Christmas tree lit with real candles! Family comes into house, girl with wide open mouth looks at tree and presents (about to go up in flames due to lit candles) 01:45:08:00 Color, 1970s: Kids look at Toys in Christmas store window. 01:45:21:00: Contemporary footage of overly decorated home for Christmas, lots of Christmas lights and elaborate displays. To view this clip, please visit www.filmarchivesonline.com/onlineindex.shtml and click on CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
Stylized Madman - 2
Nightmare-like scene of a wide-eyed madman roaming a stylized corridor. Footage could be used as a metaphor for losing your mind or going crazy.
SAMMY GRAVANO ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES
FTG FOR BRIAN ROONEY CS VO ON SAMMY "THE BULL" GRAVANO ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES. SAMMY GRAVANO, FORMERLY PART OF THE NEW ORGANIZED CRIME SCENE AND A KEY WITNESS IN THE JOHN GOTTI TRIAL. HE TURNED STATE EVIDENCE AGAINST THE MOB AND WENT INTO THE WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM. HE IS BEING CHARGED WITH BEING ARIZONA'S BIGGEST SUPPLIER OF ILLEGAL AMPHETAMINE DRUGS AND FINANCING A STATEWIDE NARCOTICS RING THAT SOLD ECSTASY. CONTINUED NEWS CONFERENCE. 10:30:40 CONTINUED NEWS CONFERENCE. SPEAKERS ANSWERING QUESTIONS FROM PRESS. 10:33:29 KNXV-TV PHOENIX, ARIZONA FIXED UPLINK. 10:33:43 VS OF ELENA, TEENAGE GIRL W/ WAIST LENGTH HAIR. SHE LIVES NEXT DOOR TO GRAVANO FAMILY. SHE SAYS THE GRAVANO'S ARE VERY NICE. 10:36:03 INTV/ W ARIZONA POLICE OFFICIAL AT DESK ANSWERING QUESTIONS ABOUT ORGANIZED CRIME IN ARIZONA. SHUTTLES THROUGHOUT. 10:45:36 SHUTTLE. 10:48:04 KNXV-TV PHOENIX, ARIZONA. MS OF PEOPLE DANCING. SHOTS FADE INTO ONE ANOTHER. 10:49:54 SHUTTLE. 10:50:09 MS OF TEENAGERS DANCING AT A RAVE. STROBE LIGHTS AND A LARGE WALL OF TV SCREENS. 10:50:39 CU OF TEENAGERS STICKING OUT THEIR TONGUES WITH PILLS ON THEM. 10:50:53 MS OF TEENAGER AT RAVE DOING A FIRE WALK. THIS INVOLVES WALKING THROUGH A FIRE. 10:51:09 END OF FOOTAGE.
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MISC. 1920'S NEWSREELS #17
[Start Tray]
A2 / France 2
Stylized Madman - 4
Nightmare-like scene of a madman roaming a stylized corridor. Towards the end, he stomps his foot and screams. Footage could be used as a metaphor for losing your mind or going crazy.
RAVE PARTY NEAR LENS
A2 / France 2
Designer Drug Bust (2002)
DRUG AGENTS MAKE A HUGE DESIGNER DRUG BUST IN SOUTH FLORIDA THIS PAST WEEKEND. THOUSANDS OF PILLS WERE CONFISCATED IN A BOOK STORE PARKING LOT.
[BETA MASTER TAPE DAMAGED: SEE FOR RE-DO 52MA348203] [WWI Liberty Loan Drive] Sec. McAdoo opening Liberty Loan Drive in Wash. by raising flag to top of Treasury Bldg. Members of the French Foreign Legion present at ceremony. CU of McAdoo talking with officials. Parade scenes, overhead shots, troops march by. Celeberties Charlie Chaplain, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and Marie Dressler surrounded by the crowds, CU as they pass through crowd. CU as they each (Fairbanks, Chaplain, Pickford and Dressler) stand up and promote the bonds.Chaplain footage good (04:11:51) - rants and raves, dramatic gestures, mock conducts the band. Pickford speaks, as does Fairbanks, again. CU Chaplain and Dresser dance before band. Fairbanks (04:14:43) Frontal and side CU's gesturing flamboyantly, sells bonds and shakes hands with crowd. CU of Pickford selling bonds. More parade shots, band passes, truck advertising Liberty Loan passes. MS of John Philip Sousa (041656) conducting band.0411808 sign across street in NYC (?) "Over the top -- The Fourth Liberty Loan Must be Made a Glorious Success -- United Waist League of America". Flag lined street, Japanese flag visible. Sailors and troops march by. CU officials gathered to watch parade.
Anti - Drug - Book
NEW BOOK AIMED AT HELPING PARENTS IN THE BATTLE TO KEEP KIDS OFF ILLEGAL DRUGS