The theme song and opening for "The Dean Martin Comedy Hour" television show.
DN-LB-444 Beta SP
Cards Win the Series (11 to 0)
Location unspecified. <br/> <br/>Lionel Murton introduces Peter Noble who talks about 'Frankenstein' - Diana Dors - 'The Eddie Calvert Story' - Sally Anne Howes in 'The Admirable Crieghton' - 'The Ten Commandments' - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis splitting up, and refers to "Loser Takes All". <br/>John Parsons goes to Shepperton and interviews Stephen Boyd about 'Seven Waves Away' - 'Island in the Sun'. <br/>Then to London Airport for an interview with Gene Kelly. He talks of 'Invitation to the Dance' - 'Les Girls'. <br/> <br/>B/W MUTE NEG + TRACK <br/> <br/>Note: good interview with Gene Kelly.
Canadian Newsreels
T Mower Martin still active at 94 (00/00/1932): Mr Martin, Dean of Canadian artists and founder of the Royal Canadian Academy is still active at the age of 94. Shots of Mr Martin painting and playing violin.
Dean Martin Show
poor quality version of Rose Marie on Dean Martin Show singing LITTLE GIRL BLUE and SMILE
St. Louis Cardinals baseball team at spring training, March 1938
St. Louis Cardinals baseball team practices at spring training, 1938, in St. Petersburg Florida. Shots of team warming up in stadium. Shot of pitcher Paul Dean posing with his brother, Hall of Fame pitcher Dizzy Dean. Closeups of Dizzy Dean smiling, throwing. Shot of Cardinals manager and Hall of Fame second baseman Frankie Frisch. Cardinal player hits fly ball, palm trees in background. Outfielder and Hall of Famer Joe Medwick catches ball. Two young boys intently watch the action. Pitcher Lon Warneke (#18) throws. Outfielder Pepper Martin (#1) bunts and races down to first base. (Note: Dizzy Dean, who had a sore arm, would be traded to the Chicago Cubs just before the start of the 1938 season.) Location: Saint Petersburg Florida USA. Date: March 7, 1938.
Dean Martin arrives at 28th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony in 1956
Extraordinary Session Mafia Assembly of Corsica: Collectives silenced, the elected debate
Unused / Unissued material - <br/> <br/>Title reads: "President Hails US - Canadian Cooperation". American voiceovered newsreel material. <br/> <br/>Washington DC, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>LS Helicopter coming into land on the lawn at the White House. VS President Lyndon Baines Johnson walks across and greets Canadian Prime Minister Lester B Pearson and his wife, who alight from the helicopter. VS In the White House with their two wives also present, the two heads along with their Secretaries of State Dean Rusk and Paul Martin get down to signing two treaties, one on the multi-million dollar power and flood prevention development in the Pacific Northwest and the other making former-President Roosevelt's home at Campobello Island an international park. <br/> <br/>(Comb.F.G.) Old record suggests this material dates from around 26/01/1964.
Dean Martin Jr.'s Funeral
The funeral for Dean Martin Jr. at a Los Angeles cemetery was attended by Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Lucille Ball, Olivia Hussey, Dorothy Hammill, Desi Arnaz Jr., and James Woods who made a eulogy. PLEASE NOTE VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
USA President Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) and Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson sign treaties.
Helicopter carrying Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson approaches the White House lawn, the Washington Monument can be seen in the background. United States President Lyndon B. Johnson welcomes Prime Minister Lester Pearson on the White House lawn. Prime Minister Lester Pearson and President Lyndon B. Johnson, with Canadian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Paul Martin and United States Secretary of States Dean Rusk sign a treaty on power and flood control development between United States and Canada. Prime Minister Lester Pearson and President Lyndon B. Johnson, with Canadian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Paul Martin and United States Secretary of States Dean Rusk shake hands after signing treaty. Photographers, one with a 16mm motion picture camera, take photos of the treaty signing. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Prime Minister Lester Pearson sign an agreement creating the Roosevelt Campobello International Park off the coast of New Brunswick, Canada. Maryon Pearson, the wife of Prime Minister Lester Pearson, is seen talking with United States and Canadian officials, behind Prime Minister Pearson and President Johnson. Location: Washington DC USA. Date: January 21, 1964.
ADC, extraordinary session mafia drifts: extracts debates
AFP-122T 16mm; VTM-122T Beta SP; MAST-788 1 inch
Barney's Beanery Hosts Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis for Mickey Awards 1950
1950's (faded) color film, jazz soundtrack, no native sound. Hollywood celebrities show up for the satirical Mickey 'Awards'- a party that was an inside joke for the film-production community. One 'winner' is presented with a cat in a glass case for his award. B-roll of celebrities in gowns and top hats showing up on the red carpet and making acceptance speeches. After the event is over, the red carpet is rolled up and the celebrities socialize with a chauffeur. Two women in a garage admire a mini-convertible.
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis land in Columbus, Ohio for the 1953 premiere of "The Caddy"