MELODRAMA; 1937
17:00:30:00,Opening credits (sound is low on VHS version), CU of script on desk, hand descends with a rubber stamp and stamps the front "Final Shooting Script.", Pages turn showing text, Ext. of farmhouse at night, Int. house, Esther and little brother enter, remove their coats and hats, The Blodgett family sits in living room together, father looks at pictures through a handheld viewer, Grandmother sits in chair, scolds Esther, Other grandmother sits in chair knitting (Esther consumed by the movies, reads fan magazine), "You better get yourself a good husband and stop thinking about Hollywood.", Lots of talk about going to Hollywood and what a bad influence movies are on her, Esther gets hysterical "I'm going to be somebody", Esther cries in her room, is comforted by grandmother encourages her to go to Hollywood and become something, Granny rocks in rocking chair, Ext. train station, Esther and grandmother walk to track, Esther waves goodbye, Hollywood Hills scenery, text appears over it after a few seconds (17:09:56:03), Poolside, people lounge on deck chairs with umbrella tops, diver dives into pool (17:10:07:13), Los Angeles street, bus drives up towards camera with Los Angeles posted as its destination (17:10:18:19), Train does same as above. "City of Los Angeles" on front, Plane does same as above, Ext. Grauman's Chinese Theater, camera pans across it to the street (17:10:27:00), Esther carrying suitcase on sidewalk, looks at theater admiringly, CU of Jean Harlow's prints in cement (17:10:44:00), CU Harold Lloyd's prints in cement, CU Joe E. Brown's prints, CU Shirley Temple's prints, CU Eddie Cantor's prints, Esther steps into the footprints of Norman Maine, CU classified advertisement for apartment ("No Cowboys"), Esther enters the lobby, speaks to grumpy desk clerk, registers, Esther enters casting office, speaks to receptionist, Row of switchboard operators at work, Esther cries and is comforted by Andy Devine, CU drink being made at tropical bar, Int. bar with tropical decor, Esther sits and drinks with friend, they toast. Esther drinks milk that has a punch, CU Esther's rooming house bill. Kennedy tears up bill and throws it over his shoulder, Sign: Hollywood Bowl (17:18:39:29), Int. Hollywood Bowl, stage in slight distance, Esther sits with friend in audience, Norman Maine enters with glamorous date, Norman drunkenly stumbles to his seat, Newspaper photographers snap pictures of him, taunt him, Norman fights with photographers, Int. Esther's room, she writes letter, greets her friend, they talk, Int. cocktail party, waiter carries tray of cocktails, Esther in maid's outfit serves canapes, Esther serves canapes to Norman Maine, Esther in kitchen (monitor top refrigerator), Norman talks to her, Norman and friend argue, CU token ("good for amusement only") held in palm of hand, Maine orders scotch and soda to incredulous bartender at party, Norman's date enters kitchen, looks at Esther scornfully, whacks Norman over head with platter, Norman sees Esther to her door, kisses her on the cheek, Norman, in bed, talks on the telephone, Norman gets up and look through phone book, dials phone, CU racing form, Norman speaks to Esther on old phone, Esther hangs up phone, CU of "Studio Call Sheet" and "Production Slate.", Esther in costume is primped by makeup and wardrobe men, Lighting man smokes in her face, costumer fixes costume, make up man inspects face and flicks at it, man with bug sprayer sprays all over Esther, man with tape measure comes up to Esther's face, Microphone dollies to camera, Director sits by camera (great movie making scene with director yelling "QUIET"), Norman visits Esther on the set, Esther sits in producer's office, Esther signs contract, studio chief speaks to Esther, Esther speaks to writer typing her biography, making it up as he goes along, Great scene of studio heads coming up with new name for Esther Blodgett, CU hand on buzzer, everyone says Vicki Lester, Radio news announcer speaks on microphone in radio studio, describes Vicki Lester, Montage of Esther practicing walking with book on her head, Esther sits before overzealous makeup artists, draw, push and pull on face, put on blood red lipstick, put powder on face, shake heads no, very overmade up, Int. studio comissary, actors in costume sit at tables eating (man in Indian headress), Norman sits at Esther's table, they talk, he breaks egg and puts salt on it and pepper, Vicki faints when Norman makes deal with studio head, A Norman Maine picture is screened in theater, Audience watches movies, CU hands held, Norman and Esther sit in audience, Ext. movie theater, marquee reads "Premiere Tonight.", Patrons leave the theater, walk out to the street reacting positively to movie, Ext. Cafe Trocadero, cars pull up outside (17:53:07:10), Los Angeles skyline, hilltop view of city at night (17:53:21:04), Norman and Esther watch boxing match, Great boxing match with knockout punch, Crowds leave after fight, Esther and Norman get married by Justice of the Peace while prisoners in nearby lockup make remarks, Ext. courthouse, Norman and Esther emerge newlywed, Man races into courtroom and grabs phone to phone in scoop, Car pulls silver metal trailer along country roads, Esther attempts to cook dinner in the rocking trailer, Norman tries to take shower in narrow, rocking trailer, Norman and Esther tour lavish estate, they kiss, interviewed by the press, Montage of Norman Maine movie poster, mail dumped from mail sack, entertainment newspaper headline, Norman putts golfball around living room floor, Esther enters dressed in pilgrim costume, they kiss, eat in room, Man delivers telegram, CU Oscar banquet program/invitation, Int. banquet hall, Announcer stands beside the Oscar statuettes. Classic 1930s Oscar ceremony, Esther rises to accept her Oscar, Esther gives acceptance speech, Norman bursts into the hall, interrupts Esther's speech in a drunken stupor ("I got one, they don't mean a thing"), Norman asleep in living room chair, Esther emoves his shoes, Oscar on floor, Norman and studio head speak about Norman sobbering up, Sign: Racing - Santa Anita Park (18:33:54:05), Camera pans across park from horses to audience, Nice race track shots, Norman drinks in bar, Norman punches man in bar lounge. Crowd races in, Int. courtroom, Norman appears before judge, Lawyer, judge and court stenographer goes through pleads of drunks ("I think I'm guilty, your honor"), CU wreath that says "HAPPY NEW YEAR.", Press take photo as Norman gets out of drunk tank, newspaper with scandal headline, Eyes of Norman seen in bed, listening, CU Oscar in display cupboard, Esther cries, willing to give it all up for Norman, Norman walks out to the beach at night, swims in the ocean at sunset to his death, CU of tide washing over Norman's discarded clothes on the shore, Newspaper headline about Norman's death, Ext. church, Esther in mourning dress is escorted out of the church, is mobbed by fans, takes off mourning hat and screams in agony, Esther and grandmother talk in living room, Granny gives her another pep speech, Ext. Gruamman's movie theater for premiere, neon sign: Vicki Lester, Announcer gives commentary on arriving stars, Esther emerges from car to warm applause, Andy Devine accompanies granny at premiere, Granny speaks into radio microphone, Vicki speaks over the radio microphone, Page from script detailing final scene of Esther, The End
COMMERCIALS
Repeat of Scotch Tape ad above.
Dalwhinnie Distillery And Town Of Dalwhinnie With Ben Alder And Loch Ericht In Background - Video
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5/06/69 A0056809 NEW YORK : BLACK MILITANT LEADER JAMES FORMAN SCOTCH - TAPED EIGHT DOCUMENTS TO THE DOOR OF THE HQ OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA TODAY TO DRAMATIZE HIS DEMAND THAT AMERICAN CHURCHES PROVIDE $500 MILLION FOR BLACK PEOPLE ACROSS THE
5/06/69 A0056809 NEW YORK : BLACK MILITANT LEADER JAMES FORMAN SCOTCH - TAPED EIGHT DOCUMENTS TO THE DOOR OF THE HQ OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA TODAY TO DRAMATIZE HIS DEMAND THAT AMERICAN CHURCHES PROVIDE $500 MILLION FOR BLACK PEOPLE ACROSS THE COUNTRY. UNCUT "FORMAN - LUTHERANS" SHOWS: JAMES FORMAN LEAVING THE HW OD THE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA AFTER HE HAS SCOTCH - TAPED EIGHT DOCUMENTS TO THE ENTRANCE: (SHOT 5/6/69 35FT) FORMAN, JAMES RELIGION - US CIVIL RIGHTS - US LUTHERAN CHURCH BLACK POWER XX / 35 FT / 16 NEG / D22898
SCOTCH WHISKY ( aka SCOTCH WHISKEY ) reel 2
Reel 2. A film made for the Scotch Whisky association - how Whisky is made. <br/> <br/>Highlands of Scotland. <br/> <br/>Various shots of stacks of barrels in warehouse. A man taps the barrels to check them. Various shots of blending and bottling plant. Doors are unlocked. Casks are rolled on to the blending floor. Bungs withdrawn and samples are taken. Man in lab coat tests samples by sniffing them. Natural sound; man explains to camera he is checking maturity of pure malt whisky before blending them. He checks smells of samples. <br/> <br/>Casks are emptied into blending vats. Man breaks casks with axe to empty them. Samples are taken. Shot of the cellars containing the casks. Excise Officer tests the Whisky. <br/> <br/>L/S of enormous bottling vats. Various shots bottles being filled on production line. Top shot of the factory floor with women workers. C/U of machine capping the bottles. Bottles examined under lights and magnifying glasses in laboratory. C/U of machine that labels the bottles. Bottles are then packed into boxes and the boxes stacked. <br/> <br/>Montage of shots depicting every stage of whiskey production, with an animated globe superimposed in centre. Various shots of the Highlands; waterfall, scenic landscapes, bridges, rivers and mountains etc. Traditional Scottish song on the soundtrack. <br/> <br/>Note: alternative spellings of whisky / whiskey. <br/> <br/>See separate record for Reel 1 of this story. It has also been transferred on tape *PM1397*. AH 2001. <br/> <br/>
HISTORIC STILLS
00:00:00:00 [Historical Photos of power dams, early Scotch tape, early Coast Guard, oil well, cartoon, telescope, Billboard magazine, Birdseye freezer]---[CTSY information with each STILL]--CTSY L ...
SCOTCH TAPE ANNIVERSARY
SCOTCH TAPE WAS INVENTED IN 1930 WHEN A YOUNG 3M INVENTOR WATCHED A CAR PAINTER STRUGGLE TO KEEP THE POPULAR TWO TONES SEPARATE. THE TAPE GOT ITS NAME WHEN THAT AUTO PAINTER TRIED OUT THE TAPE. WHEN IT DIDN’T WORK, HE TOLD INVENTOR DICK DREW TO TAKE IT BACK AND TELL HIS “SCOTCH” BOSSES TO PUT MORE ADHESIVE ON IT. 3M SOLD 300 DOLLARS WORTH OF TAPE IN THE FIRST YEAR. AFTER THAT, PEOPLE FOUND THOUSANDS OF USES FOR THE INVENTION. MORE THAN 900 KIND OF PRESSURE SENSITIVE TAPE HAVE SPRUNG FROM THE INVENTION, BUT NONE WILL BE AS FAMILIAR AS SCOTCH TAPE.
1950s Industry
b&w industrial - The Tape with Muscles - cu sign: Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing - exterior factory - cu hands with Scotch Tape and filament tape - workers handle large rolls of tape - large roll is cut into small rolls - men takes rolls off machine - man pulls at tape - woman gets out of car stuck in snowbank - man fastens car bumpers together with tape and pulls out woman's car - man tapes package for shipping - package put in tumble machine to test tape - battered package pulled from machine - woman swings on swing held up by tape
SCOTCH WHISKEY ( aka SCOTCH WHISKY ) reel 1
Title reads: "Scotch Whiskey, a film made for Scotch Whiskey Association. <br/> <br/>Highlands, Scotland. <br/> <br/>Commentary is by James McKechnie. Various shots of men fishing from rowing boat on large loch. Various shots of the men cleaning fish in water (looks like salmon). One man asks his companion for a "wee dram", the other man produces bottle of whiskey (aka whisky) and pours some into glasses. <br/> <br/>Various L/Ss of scenic Speyside countryside. Various shots of a whiskey distillery in a valley. L/S of horse drawn harvest machines harvesting barley in field. Various shots of barley being delivered at distillery by truck. <br/> <br/>Interior. Various shots of large mound of barley in warehouse, men shovel it. A man switches on large tap, the barley is soaked in large tank in warm water. A man takes temperature. Other men turn the germinating barley with shovels. Various C/Us of barley in a man's hand seen through a magnifying glass, a comparison of barley straight from field to sprouting, germinated barley. <br/> <br/>Various shots of distillery and pagoda roofed kiln. Various shots of furnace of kiln being stoked with peat and coke. Various shots of men cutting peat in a field. They stack the blocks of peat to dry. Once dry the peat is carries away by horse and cart. <br/> <br/>Various shots men turning over drying barley (narrator calls in "malt") in kiln with shovels, holes in floor allow heat from peat furnaces to rise. Various shots of mashing machine where barley is crushed. The porridge-like mixture is mixed with very hot water to create sugary solution. The solid part of barley is siphoned away down a conveyor belt to be resold as cattle feed. <br/> <br/>The sugary solution is passed into large barrels. We see a man cleaning inside one of the barrels - it is enormous. Yeast is added to the solution to make it ferment into alcohol. The mixture is then placed in large distilling tanks heated by fires. A man knocks a bobbin against tanks to see much liquid has evaporated. <br/> <br/>Various shots of distillery and large cooling tubs. The vaporised whiskey is piped into tanks, pipes are cooled with cold water to turn vapour back to liquid. Malt whiskey is distilled twice. We see whiskey trickling into test tubes so it can be tested with gauges. <br/> <br/>L/S of stack of empty casks. Various shots of coopers making barrels. The casks are filled with whiskey in duty free warehouse, double locked for security. Samples are taken from barrels to be tested for alcoholic strength by distillery manager and customs officer. The testers use gauges and themometer-like instruments (unfortunately no tasting!). The excise office checks weights and amounts of casks. Various shots of men rolling full casks into storage warehouses where they will mature. <br/> <br/>Note: Reel 2 has also been transferred on tape *PM1297* (film id 1297.06). <br/> <br/>Note: alternative spelling of whisky.
1960s TV SHOWS
SCOTCH MAGIC TRANSPARENT TAPE COMMERCIAL PRETTY WRAPPED XMAS PRESENTS
CURRENCY
BARS. SHOTS OF TR 7 SPORTS CAR IN LONDON SHOW ROOM WITH PRICE IN US CURRENCY. BARS. CR:85 FILM X-FER. CUT STORY. MILLDYKE. VO. V.S. PEOPLE ON TELEPHONES IN LONDON'S FOREIGN EXCHANGES MARKETS. V.S. NON US AUTOS IN SHOWROOM. CU LABELS ON CHIVAS REGAN SCOTCH AND JAMESON WHSIKEY BOTTLES CR:110 BARS. TO END OF TAPES. CI: BUILDINGS: STORES AUTO. ECONOMY: FOREIGN ENGLAND. FINANCE: COMMODITIES EXCHANGE. GEOGRAPHIC: ENGLAND, LONDON.
Dalwhinnie Distillery And Town Of Dalwhinnie With Ben Alder In Background - Drone Video
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SUBWAY BOMB
COVER FTG ON EXPLOSION OF BOMB ON SUBWAY DECEMBER 21, 1994 INJURING 46 PASSENGERS, ONE OF WHOM IS CHARGED W/ THE CRIME. 10:46:16 MS INVESTIGATORS EXAMINING PARKED CAR W/ NEW JERSEY LICENSE PLATES. VS PEOPLE ON STREET. 10:47:01 MS POLICEMAN AND IN BG YELLOW POLICE BARRICADE AND EMERGENCY SERVICE TRUCK. 10:47:21 CU POLICE CAR. 10:48:10 MS DIFFERENT ANGLE PARKED CAR. VS CAR W/ TRUNK AND HOOD OPEN. 10:50:42 WS CITY HALL PRESS CONFERENCE W/ WOMAN AT PODIUM READING LIST OF SPEAKERS AND OFFICIALS PRESENT. 10:54:41 REPORTER SET UP. 11:02:27 SLATE. 11:04:04 REPORTER SU AT FULTON STREET SUBWAY STATION. 11:04:43 BREAK. 11:22:29 MS SCOTCH PLAINS, NEW JERSEY POLICE CAR. SUSPECT IN SUBWAY BOMBING EDWARD LEARY LIVES IN SCOTCH PLAINS. 11:22:33 WS LEARY'S HOUSE BEHIND POLICE YELLOW TAPE BARRICADE. 11:23:10 CU INVESTIGATOR PUTTING BLACK CASE OF EVIDENCE IN TRUNK OF POLICE CAR. MS CARDBOARD BOX PLACED IN TRUNK. 11:23:41 WS GARAGE SIDE OF HOUSE WHERE POLICE CAR IS PARKED. 11:24:46 WS POOL AND SLIDE. 11:26:04 MS INVESTIGATOR GOING TO BLACK CASE IN BACK OF CAR. 11:26:35 MS COP REACHING FOR SOMETHING IN BOMB SQUAD VAN. 11:27:32 MS BOMB SNIFFING DOG NEAR VAN. 11:27:52 WS AREA NEAR HOUSE W/ POLICE VEHICLES. 11:28:21 WS FRONT OF HOUSE. 11:28:50 BREAK.
Dalwhinnie Distillery And Town Of Dalwhinnie With Ben Alder In Background - Drone Video
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OUT TAKES / CUTS FROM CP 662 - reel 2 of 3 - SWINGING BRITAIN
Reel 2. Unedited material (cuts, rushes, out takes) from CP 662 - SWINGING BRITAIN. The original story is also on Pathe Master tape *PM0421*.<br/><br/>C/U of a door number - 49 - painted on in a groovy typeface. Pan down to show hippy guy sitting on the doorstep with a paint pot. L/S of the front of the house. He walks towards a car and puts his paint pot on the roof. He begins to paint. C/U of him concentrating on his painting, tilt down to show his collection of necklaces.<br/><br/>M/S of group of young people in Manchester nightclub "The Phonograph". One is a reporter for Intro Magazine. She is interviewing a young couple.<br/><br/>L/S of man painting designs on a car. C/U of ginger haired boy watching the painting. A group of children watch too - smiling. Low angle shot of a mural painted on the house wall. It incorporates the words "Love is all you need" and a bee.<br/><br/>M/S of the "happening" - the 117 Group and friends dance around and play instruments. C/U of member of the band who has a painted design on his forehead. Various shots of the hippies dancing. Intro reporter sits on a car bonnet taking notes. Good shots of the crazy abandoned dancing. C/U of man in very strange psychedelic costume. Various shots of hippy girls having their faces painted. Intro photographer takes pictures. C/U of large blue paper flower attached to car windscreen. Men put on psychedelic costumes. Intro reporter takes notes, photographer takes snaps.<br/><br/>Short shot of archaeological dig. More shots of the car being customised with a painted design. The word "Forty-nine", patterns and a face are painted on the car whilst children watch. <br/><br/>Interior of London's "Scotch Club". <br/><br/>C/U of boy wearing "Oxford Circus" T-shirt painting his car. Various shots of car being customised.<br/><br/>Intro Magazine reporter takes notes. Girl picks up a bucket which contains "Psychedelic Stones". She passes two girls wearing identical spotted dresses unpacking frocks from the back of a car. Another Intro reporter talks to people and takes notes.<br/><br/>At the Phonograph club a girl DJ spins some discs. Intro reporter 'phones in her report. M/S of man on end of 'phone in Intro office. Various shots in Intro office. C/U of pad with telephone numbers in Newcastle and Manchester. Artwork is examined.<br/><br/>L/S of "Lord John" shop with painted psychedelic mural on the side. Low angle shot of shop sign: "Domino Male". Pan down to couple looking in shot window. Young couple walk along, the man carries a baby wearing large floppy hat. M/S of woman in groovy striped suit looking into shop window. She goes into shop.<br/><br/>Various shots of people dancing in Manchester's Phonograph club. Good shots of girl in crochet mini dress and other dancers. C/U of 45 record on a turntable. M/Ss of girl DJ changing record. More dancing. <br/><br/>Various shots of dancing in a nightclub including C/Us of feet and legs. C/U of band members from the "Intro Group". Various shots of them playing their instruments - drums, guitar, saxophone, etc.<br/><br/>Great mirror shots of people dancing - shown in a convex mirror.<br/><br/>Back at the "happening" a man lies under a wooden construction - Intro photographer takes pictures. Various shots of wooden screens being erected in the park, they are painted with psychedelic designs. Intro reporter chats to people and takes notes. Man puts on weird psychedelic mask. Photographer takes shots of the strangely dressed hippies. Girls dance around jumping on blue domes. Keith Albarn (?) is dragged from a pod. Various shots of the weirdo "happening" participants. All very odd and funny in retrospect! <br/><br/>Note: excellent "Swinging Sixties" or "Swinging London" material. Documentation file exists for edited film CP 662.
EDUCATION
CU PUTTING SCOTCH TAPE ON EDGE OF CHILD'S PAINTING
VOTE 2000 / FLORIDA VOTE / RECOUNT / GOP ATTORNEYS CLAIM IRREGULARITIES IN RECOUNT
VOTE 2000 / FLORIDA ELECTION / GOP ATTORNEYS @ PRESS CONFERENCE CLAIM RECOUNT IRREGULARITIES 14:36:57 MCU OF BUSH / CHENEY CAMPAIGN SPOKES PERSON SCOTT MCCLELLAN @ OUTDOOR PC AS HE ISSUES STATEMENT / QUESTIONS INTEGRITY OF RECOUNT PROCESS IN PALM BEACH COUNTY 14:37:36 HEAD ON OF REPUBLICAN ATTORNEY / OBSERVER MARK WALLACE AT PC 14:38:27 COMMENTS ON GROSS ERRORS IN RECOUNT TABULATION / "LACK OF INTEGRITY" 14:40:25 HEAD ON OF PALM BEACH RESIDENT & REPUBLICAN RECOUNT OBSERVER JIM WILLIAMS / HE COMMENTS ON RECOUNT IRREGULARITIES 14:47:11 MCU OF REPUBLICAN OBSERVER ELISE KENDERIAN AT PC 14:47:51 SHE COMMENTS ON SCOTCH TAPED CHADS ON BALLOT 14:49:10 MCU OF REPUBLICAN OBSERVER JEFF KAHRS AT PC 14:49:57 HE SAYS A NUMBER OF BALLOT W/ TAPE ON THEM APPEARED
OUT TAKES / CUTS FROM CP 662 - reel 1 of 3 - SWINGING BRITAIN
Unedited material (cuts, rushes, out takes) from CP 662 - SWINGING BRITAIN. The original story is also on Pathe Master tape *PM0421*.<br/><br/>Facade of "Lady Jane's Birdcage" - a groovy 1960s clothes shop. A woman looks at the window display. C/U of items in the window, hats etc. Carnaby Street, people walk along the pavements. C/U on two men with long hair and big collared shirts. Pan down to show their clothes. C/U of Carnaby Street sign. C/U of Union Jack flag flying above a shop called "Donis". C/U of front page of Daily Mirror. Headline is: "Swinging! A charter for the Teenagers". Facade of Biba. Shoppers enter and leave the shop. C/U of the sign above the door: "Biba". Red double decker buses drive past the shop. People stand at a bus stop. Interior of Biba. Women look at clothes including bright orange hats with holes cut out of them. One of the woman tries on a hat. Facade of shop "Bus Stop". <br/><br/>People crowd around the front of a shop which sells military uniforms (in Portobello Road). A woman puts a record on an old wind-up gramophone outside the shop. A young boy in a Union Jack tee shirt stands behind a stall selling hats. Customers try on various hats. A woman sits outside a shop in a large hat reading a newspaper. An antiques stall. Two girls walk towards the camera. Trafalgar Square - the National Gallery. C/U of one of the lions, covered with cloth. A group of people stand in front of the lion looking at newspapers. One of the group could be Yoko Ono. Three people sit on the edge of one of the fountains while a friend takes their photograph. Two of the group are barefoot. C/U of the guy taking the photograph - he is wearing a colourful embroidered jacket. The three by the fountain have scarves and flowers in their hair. One of the women and the man look at each other lovingly. C/U of a notebook, looks like algebra written on the page - difficult to see. Pages are turned. C/U of woman in sunglasses (Yoko Ono?). Woman in a park in a Bob Dylan dress. Men sunbathing on towels look at the woman. Continued.<br/><br/>Woman rolls up her towel and puts it in a basket. She then runs off. Woman putting on the Bob Dylan dress. Woman unfolding the dress - it is made of paper. She cuts a strip off the bottom to make it shorter. She puts on the dress. Woman sunbathes. She takes off another paper dress which has an eye on the front. She throws it away. Several shots of her lying in the sun in her bikini. C/U of very peaky looking man drinking from a plastic cup with a straw. Unfolding the dress (she keeps dropping it accidentally). C/U of young man lying down on a towel to sunbathe. Woman walks through the park in her dress. Looks like this is shot beside the Serpentine in Hyde Park. More taking off the dress shots. <br/><br/>Groovy, hippy band play instruments and dance around wildly in front of an open air sound system. It is the 117 Group - led by Keith Albarn. Girls dance around madly. People in strange costumes run around. Orange smoke billows out around the dancers. Arms are waved wildly in abandonment! Strange costumed people walk through a weird constructed environment. More dancing as they are beckoned from the undergrowth. A couple enter a nightclub. A band plays on stage - it's the Intro Group (Barney J. Barnes and the Intro), a sign above them reads: "Speakeasy". Guests give their names to a man who sits behind a coffin. The walls are painted with psychedelic colours and patterns. A mural on an outside wall has the words: "Love is all you need" incorporated in the design. C/U of painted bee. C/U of a sign which reads: "Chapel of Rest"- presumably at the club seen before. In London's Scotch Club a waiter in a spotty shirt serves drinks to a group of hip dudes. The group chat. One of the group is a Disc Jockey (DJ) - David Symonds. The others are staff from Intro Magazine, including editor Marge Ferguson (in cream suit and blue dangle earrings).<br/><br/>Note: excellent "Swinging Sixties" or "Swinging London" material. Documentation file exists for edited film CP 662.<br/><br/>Note: The esteemed film researcher Jack Amos says that the woman in sunglasses IS Yoko Ono. Howard agrees. I'll take their word for it!
EDUCATION
HELPER TAKES SCOTCH TAPE TO TAPE DOWN PAINTING AS CHILD WORKS
TEACHER ACCUSED OF TAPING STUDENT MOUTH (1/15/2002)
A SOUTH FLORIDA TEACHER IS UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR ALLEGEDLY TAPING A STUDENT'S MOUTH SHUT AT A SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES.
Dalwhinnie Distillery And Town Of Dalwhinnie With Ben Alder And Loch Ericht In Background - Video
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The 20h investigation: Unhealthy housing in the viewfinder
A2 / France 2