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Liberace Show #52, Master 405

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United States
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Liberace Show #52, Master 405

LAWMAKERS, March 29, 1984

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489329_1_1
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Capitol Building and Environs, misc.
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[19.56.38-WETA credit/sponsor credit/title sequence] [19.57.26-Paul DUKE, Cokie ROBERTS, Linda WERTHEIMER in studio, seated around triangular desk, DUKE faces camera] DUKE introductions of co-hosts. This weeks program: a profile on Gary HART'S 10 years in CONGRESS as his bid for PRESIDENT causes a stir; "CARPETBAGGER" challenge to HOUSE members up for REELECTION; and a discussion of HOUSE vote on a bill to make it tougher to disqualify people from SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS-for 3 years "cheaters" have been targeted by the administration with sometimes severe results. [19.58.06-Rep. Barney FRANK (D-MA) seated at desk] FRANK-many were taken by surprise by the stories of cruelty to genuinely needy people over the past years. DUKE v.o.-the search for "cheaters" produced an avalanche of complaints that truly disabled were cut. [19.58.19-Louie BELLUCCI, an older middle-aged man seated,] DUKE v.o.-BELLUCCI suffers from nerve disorder, result, almost constant pain. BELLUCCI says if his benefit is taken away, he will lose his apartment, won't afford food, gas money, etc. [19.58.54] shot of apartment door knocker. BELLUCCI opens door to walk out. DUKE v.o.-he will go to Social Security office to appeal decision. Since 1981, 470,000 recipients have been taken off rolls. [shot of men and women entering a revolving door into an office-shot of woman sitting across desk from a social worker-close shot of paper that woman is reading] DUKE v.o.- 2 thirds of removed recipients have been restored, but appeals process takes about nine months, and there is no benefit in the meantime. Process terrifies recipients and wreaks havoc with the DISABILITY system. [19.59.26-Lou ENOFF, Social Security Administration, seated] ENOFF says that no one knew that the review system in place would not be adequate for the mass of appeal cases that followed the 1981 reforms. [19.59.38-Rep. FRANK at desk] DUKE v.o.-REAGAN administration says problems were inadvertent, but critics say the changes were too harsh and too hasty. FRANK-the ADMINISTRATION has said to 10s of thousands of sick people their illnesses no longer qualify for disability, even though the illness hasn't changed. [19.59.56-shot of front center podium of HOUSE chamber] DUKE v.o. when the reform bill to alleviate the denial of benefits reached HOUSE FLOOR this week, was bipartisan support. REPUBLICANS joined in criticism of REAGAN ADMINISTRATION position. [20.00.06-Rep. Christopher SMITH (R-NJ), standing to speak to HOUSE] SMITH says was troubled by numbers of truly disabled losing benefits. [20.00.14-Rep. Barber CONABLE (R-NY)] CONABLE-Executive Branch in retrospect implemented reviews in way that did not take into account the problem of length of appeal for disabled people denied benefits. [20.00.27-DEMOCRAT CONGRESSMEN speaking] DUKE v.o.-DEMOCRATS took opportunity to call the ADMINISTRATION "callous". [20.00.36-Rep. Claude PEPPER (D-FL) addresses HOUSE] PEPPER says it is the "cruelest, most sordid story in the history of our country". [20.00.59-Rep. Fortney STARK (D-CA)] STARK says the system has "struck fear in the hearts" of vulnerable citizens. DUKE v.o.-reform bill sailed through the HOUSE 410 to 1, but REPUBLICANS still insisted that DISABILITY needs to be monitored to get rid of abuses. [20.01.17-Rep. Bill ARCHER (R-TX)] ARCHER reminds colleagues that CONGRESS mandated the investigation, because many knew of cases where beneficiaries were fit to work or actually working for pay while drawing DISABILITY. "Cheaters" undermined credibility of entire program. [20.01.40-activity on the podium of the HOUSE chamber] DUKE v.o. the ADMINISTRATION has responded by proposing to delay the reviews of DISABILITY cases in order to prevent a new law from passing. Many REPUBLICANS think the timing of this is suspicious. [20.01.51-Rep. John HEINZ (R-PA)] HEINZ-A charitable interpretation is that the problem took this many months to come to the WHITE HOUSE'S attention [HEINZ'S tone is doubtful]. [20.02.15-ENOFF] ENOFF says there is no sudden surge of interest by the WHITE HOUSE in response to CONGRESS' proposals, there has been interest all along. [20.02.22-Rep. FRANK] DUKE v.o. FRANK argues the interest is greater on CAPITOL HILL. FRANK-There is bipartisan support for the idea that sick people who are already saddened by disability to some degree do not need the aggravation, and the government should leave their benefits alone. [20.02.42-DUKE] DUKE-the fight isn't over, but it's clear that legislation or moratorium will prevent people losing benefits while appealing their cases. It shows the difficulty in trying to provide for the needy while removing non-needy from rolls. [20.03.05-ROBERTS] ROBERTS-Also dramatizes the difficulty of REPUBLICANS in an ELECTION YEAR, not wanting to be portrayed as heartless, REPUBLICAN legislators beg WHITE HOUSE to do something. It seems the WHITE HOUSE is willing to end the removals until after the ELECTION. [20.03.30] DUKE-Does this necessarily mean that there will be a new wave of Social Security SPENDING on the HILL? ROBERTS-No, the recent budget from the HOUSE budget committee recommended program spending increases not to exceed rate of inflation, except for DEFENSE (duh). It's a moderate budget for HOUSE DEMOCRATS in an ELECTION YEAR. [20.04.12]

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 29, 1973 (1/2)

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Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.53.20-THOMPSON continues to examine DEAN, trying to insinuate that DEAN planned to skip town with CRP funds in October, 1972 to avoid being called to account for the COVERUP, with a honeymoon as a cover story] Mr. THOMPSON. There is a document here, Mr. Dean, that I would like to present to you for your examination I ion. It is entitled "Request for Transportation.--- If I might read it, as it is being presented to you. Dated October 11, ".Contact, Jane. Traveler, Mr. and Mrs. John Dean. Extension 241, from D.C. to Miami, two seats. Carrier, Eastern Airlines, Flight 185. Date, October 14." You went down I assume you returned. "National Airlines, Flight 102, October 18. Payment, American Express. Fare, $336." The word "tickets" is stamped across it. First of all, is this a form that is used by the travel office? Mr. DEAN. I have no Idea. I have never seen the form before, and I have no idea if in fact that was paid for by American Express. I think that is something that will have to be checked as the auditors go back through my records. Mr. THOMPSON. I agree with you. If there is any question about it, obviously, the person in charge of these documents, the person in custody of these documents will be brought down here and placed under oath to explain these documents in full. It is my understanding that since your testimony was begun pursuant to committee request, this request, this document has been furnished by the travel office, It does indicate to me that the request was made on October 11. 1972, by someone named Jane for a flight leaving on the 14th to return on the 18th, a trip of 4 days. Do you have any further comment on it. -Mr. Dean? Mr. DEAN. Well. as, I said, it was my intention to go down there and spend 2 weeks. Mr. THOMPSON. THOMPSON. Two weeks or several weeks Mr. DEAN. Several weeks. I very frequently, and you can check my other travel records, when I went, places, I took the immediate turnaround ticket for the hold purpose and often stayed beyond that date. A bird in the hand, in traveling back and forth through main routes, is something I always felt was wise to do. I think if you -will check my records, in the travel office, you will find I did that on other occasions. [00.56.14-THOMPSON questions DEAN about his use of campaign funds and his travel plans at that time] Mr. THOMPSON. So you are stating that this document could be correct and you could have. requested your secretary to make accommodations for you to return on the 18th after 4 days. Mr. DEAN. It is nay recollection I did not pay for that by American Express, as a matter my Of fact, Often, when my secretary would go down and set, something like this, up, a subsequent phone call would change an arrangement, something like that. I think you can check that also. Mr. THOMPSON. I thought you just testified you did not know whether or not your secretary had made a request for this particular honeymoon trip not. Mr. DEAN. I am saying that the name "Jane" here would indicate to me that, she had. Mr. THOMPSON. YOU just said that you did not recall whether or not this was paid for by American Express. Mr. DEAN. That is the reason I say that. I recall that there was not time to pay for it by American Express and I had to go to the airport and pick the tickets up at the "will call." so I had the tickets In hand. The White House could not process the tickets fast enough, I think if you will check the records, you will find out that is what happened. Mr. THOMPSON. The White House could not process the tickets fast enough? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Mr. THOMPSON. Would that indicate, that you did make a request through the travel office of the White House? Mr. DEAN. As I say, I generally made all the requests through the travel office--through my secretary, I mean. I asked her to arrange them. There were occasions when she went directly to outside lines and made my travel requests as well. Mr. THOMPSON. Did you subsequently get to Miami to spend a few more days on your honeymoon? Mr. DEAN. As I recall, we made several trips to Miami to try to have a honeymoon and were called back. Mr. THOMPSON. Did you leave for Miami on October 20, if you recall? Mr. DEAN. That is very possible. As I told -you when we started this line of questioning, I have not sat down and tried to reconstruct this. I am perfectly willing to reconstruct it for the committee and turn it all over to the committee for the committee's use. I just have not entered this area of reconstruction and I am sure---- Mr. THOMPSON. You will not test your memory on these particular points, is that what you are saying? Mr. DEAN. I think I would like to have the opportunity to check my own calendar, particularly my wife, who does keep a calendar of these types of events. It would be very helpful in reconstructing this for the committee. [00.58.39]

LAWMAKERS

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489653_1_1
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Capitol and Environs, Misc.
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1981  (Actual Year)
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00.02.39-WETA credit/sponsor credits/title sequence. 00.03.30-Paul DUKE/COKIE ROBERTS/LINDA WERTHEIMER in studio-on program: effort to weaken anti-bribery laws for overseas business, Government's failure to pay its bills on time, Gun lobby hopes for weakening of GUN CONTROL. 00.04.16-ROBERTS intro report on BRIBERY laws, extended to overseas companies after WATERGATE. MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS say the laws are hindrance to business. 00.04.45-Shot of Rep. DON BONKER (appropriately named), testifying to Congressional Committee that billions are being lost because BUSINESS is "intimidated" by the laws. ROBERTS v.o.-U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has allies in Congress, lobbied against the Anti-BRIBERY laws. Shots of Committee hearings. Shot of Rep. DAN MICA (D-FL), argues that repealing the law would not condone BRIBERY. Shot of Rep. TIM WIRTH (D-CO), argues that American businesses should be held to high standards of honesty. Shot of ERNEST JOHNSON, member of STATE DEPARTMENT, denies that the REAGAN-ADMINISTRATION goal is to allow companies to bribe foreign governments, says the law is inefficient and impedes business. Shots of COMMITTEE HEARING. 00.06.56-Shot of WILLIAM BROCK, a Trade Representative, saying that since all businesses are complaining about the laws hurting business, it can't be that they all are part of a conspiracy to legalize bribery. Shot of Rep. WIRTH, says the only documented evidence that Congress has says that businesses are not hurt by the laws. Shot of Rep. JAMES COLLINS (R-TX), starts to mock WIRTH'S concern, WIRTH cuts in, asks COLLINS to keep the discussion to the facts and evidence, says Colorado businesses are far more concerned about the overseas value of the Dollar, other concerns. 00.09.29-DUKE/ROBERTS/WERTHEIMER-discussion of the law, tendency of REAGAN administration toward deregulation, youth of the Congress, conservatism, Post-Watergate anti-corruption laws less strongly supported in Congress. 00.11.01-DUKE intro report on delinquent payment of bills by GOVERNMENT. 00.11.32-Shot of herd of PIGS, n=150, being chased down a chute into a pen, squealing and oinking heard. Shot of a Credit Manager in a meat company, complains about delinquent payment of government contracts. Shot of worker driving hogs into pen. Shots of hogs. Shot of BACON rashers moving on conveyor belt in MEAT PACKING PLANT. Shot of meat company official, says that the Government's delinquency in payment forces his company into extended credit situations. Shot of BUTCHERS in a PACKING PLANT, CARCASSES hang in foreground. Shot of large slabs of BACON loaded into machine to be sliced. 00.13.04-Congressional Hearing Room-witness with chart argues that the Government's slow payment of contracts is routine, DUKE v.o.-legislation being sponsored to force Government to pay interest on late payments of contracts. Witness testifying, wants to dispel myths that Government can't be expected to pay bills on time. Shot of Rep. GLENN ENGLISH (D-OK) testifying, calls for laws to force Government to pay bills on time. Shot of Rep. BOB LAGOMARSINO (R-CA), testifying to committee that the government must be held accountable, statutes should be drawn up. Shot of Rep. JACK BROOKS (D-TX) chairing committee, smoking cigar, criticizes the Office of Management and Budget for being uncooperative and inefficient. 00.15.48-DUKE-SENATE did approve Prompt Payment law, likely HOUSE will do same in 1982.

Grenada invasion, Operation Urgent Fury

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Grenada
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1983  (Actual Year)
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Grenada invasion, Operation Urgent Fury Grenada

Lawmakers - Oct 29, 1981 - Selling AWACS to Saudi Arabia and Reagan's influen...

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Washington DC
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LM 018
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Lawmakers - Oct 29, 1981 - Selling AWACS to Saudi Arabia and Reagan's influence on Congress

Interior Auto Plant

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Auto plant
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Tie and wheel assembly, misc views of tire assembly, tire balancing, parts display, transmission conveyor, transmission handling, forklift operator, packing transmissions, control apparatus, bellhousing assembly line, engine assembly,

Old Wild Flowers

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Yosemite National Park
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Primrose Mullein Mistletoe Calycanthus Wild lilac

Tahiti

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Woman reclining on beach. waves lapping shore. Shot from between palm trees. Cuts to tahitian children - 3 girls and one boy. Boy climbs tree. Girls push canoe into water. Cuts to Bride and Groom walking out of church and var CU's Tahitian women. Cuts back to children putting canoe into water. Var shots of Tahitian woman, structure with tthatched roof, more women and a few quick shots of tourists waving. Dissolves of Tahitian scenics

Tell Them About Us

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"The pre-vocational program at Aneth Community School in Utah is a prime example of a regular program and Title 1 working together. It ws begun in 1965 andwas desin=gned to serve the needs of older elementary level students--young Navajo adults between the ages of 13 and 21 who are uneducated or Undereducated. the program classes are departmental and include oral english, science, social studies, math, reading, home economics and shop. While the emphasis is oncareer development, career counseling and the "wrld of work". Upon successful completion of the program many of the students are placed in jobs or in advanced training centers for concentrated skills training."--AV-ED Films 1284 : release print for transfer 1284 A: A-roll 1284 B: B-roll 1284 C: interneg 1284 D: neg A-win area trk 1284 E: Super-8 optical neg trk 1284 F: Comp. Mag trk. comp. edge, M&E ctr.

Bats and Balls: Making Baseballs

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Costa Rica
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08.00.21.- MS's & CU's employees in earphones & masks measuring the size and weight of twine balls. 08.02.30.- MS's employees stacking twine balls in molded crates. 08.07.26.- ECU's twine balls being spun & shaped on a machine. MS's & CU's employee measuring twine balls. 08.16.04.- CU's twine balls being weighed on an electronic scale. 08.18.39.- ECU twine balls being shaped and formed on a machine. 08.29.08.- MS's employees measuring the diameter of twine balls. 08.31.38.- MS's employees weighing twine balls on an electronic scale. 08.32.54.- ECU & MS's purplish twine balls being stacked tightly into a basket. 08.36.25.- CU industrial spool of twine unfurling. MS employees working with twine balls. 08.39.34.- MS's employee putting white powder inside a spinning barrel, followed by a basket of baseballs. 08.45.33.- MS's & CU's employees inspecting & separating white leather swatches (for baseballs). 08.57.37.- MS's & CU's employee checking the weight and thickness of swatches. 09.00.07.- CU stacked swatches. MS employee sorting & inspecting swatches.

Parker Group(Sequoia Park)

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Sequoia National Park, California
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Parker Group(Sequoia Park)

Flowers

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White Daisy, Spider Lily ***

Wild Flowers

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Yosemite National Park
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Cow Parsnipwind on grass

Universal Newsreels

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001-068-15
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TITLE: "Elks capture city as tri-state convention ends. 40,000 see grand parade when marchers pass in review before..." (rest of title blocked by time code window). Shot of parade coming down street towards camera. flags, and crowds line street,. Var. shots of official presiding and waving. TITLE: "The Baltimore contingent" More marchers. TITLE: If he fell down he'd be half way home." More marhcers in parade. POV shot from parade to review stands, drum major seen from behind as he leads marchers. More officials, then parade

Andy Warhol & Richard Weisman Interview

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Fort Worth, Texas, United States
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COOPER REEL 23
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Master 1804 - Tape 1

LAWMAKERS - Agent Orange and Vietnam Veterans

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489563_1_1
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Various
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1981  (Actual Year)
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LAWMAKERS December 10, 1981 - Agent Orange and Vietnam Veterans Pre-recorded report is the same as catalog # 536744

Liberace Show #55, Master 503

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TV Studio
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MPI 179
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Selections: "A Little Love Nest Down On The Farm" with vocal "Remember the Night" "Dardanella" "When Liberace Winks At Me" as sung by an unknown singer (Libby Morris?) "Hungarian Fantasy" (Liszt) "His Lullaby" with vocal LIBERACE SINGS TO A TWO YEAR OLD AFTER THE CLOSING THEME THERE IS A POLIO PROMO FEATURING LIBERACE.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 29, 1973 (2/2)

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Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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116002
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[01.30.08-DEAN describes telling NIXON on April 15, 1973 that DEAN has talked to the PROSECUTORS] Mr. DEAN. I told the President that I had been to the prosecutors. I told him I did not believe this was an act of disloyalty. I felt I had to go and do it. I said I thought in the end that it would be considered an act of loyalty and I felt that when I made my decision to go, that was the way I felt. I told him that in my discussion with the prosecutors. I had discussed my own involvement and the involvement Of others. I told him that I had not discussed any conversations I had with him with the prosecutors, and I had not had any dealings with the prosecutors vis-a-vis myself and the President. [01.31.07-DEAN testifies that NIXON began double-checking on what he was told by DEAN and when, trying to cover his tracks] At one point in the conversation I recall the President asking me about, whether I had reported to him on the fact that Mr. Haldeman had been told by me after the second meeting with Mr. Mitchell on February 4, 1972, about what occurred in that meeting. I said, yes, yes, I had. Then the President raised the fact that this had come in a discussion he had had with Henry Petersen, and Petersen had raised with him why had not Haldeman done something to stop it. Then the, President went on to tell me. he said, well. now, John, you testify to that when asked, Now, I want You to testify to that when asked, that, you told Mr. Haldeman. [01.31.58] At one he point in the conversation--and I am just rambling through the high, points and not through every detail here--at one point in the conversation we talked about the fact that Liddy was remaining Silent. The President at this point--I told him that I thought that Mr. Liddy was looking for some sort, of signal. He told me that he had got from Petersen, I believe, the President had the impression that Liddy was looking for a signal. I said, yes, that is my understanding, also, that Mr. Liddy is looking for some sort of signal. I said, what might be the signal is that you are to meet with Liddy's attorney. At this point, he picked up the telephone and called Mr. Petersen. Senator BAKER. "He" being the President? [01.32.40] Mr. DEAN. "He" being the President. Once he got Mr. Petersen on the telephone, the President winked at me and said, like I was not in the office, began his conversation with Mr. Petersen about the fact that he was willing to talk to Liddy's lawyer if necessary to give Mr. Liddy the signal to talk. Mr. Petersen--I didn't hear the other end of the conversation, but he talked about some other things to Mr. Petersen. I don't know what they were. Senator BAKER. What else? We are speaking of April 15, Mr. DEAN. That is correct. I recall also the President asking me about Henry Petersen and my assessment of Henry Petersen, and I assume this was prompted by the message that I had sent to the President earlier regarding Mr. Petersen when I sent a message through to him that I didn't want to talk to Ehrlichman. I told him I thought that Mr. Petersen was a man who was one of the most able criminal lawyers in the business, that he could give the President a good assessment of the entire circumstance. I told him that he ought to take his own personal counsel from Mr. Petersen. [01.34.00] Now, I didn't feel like telling the President that he had problems but I thought that I was giving the President a very clear signal that he might want to talk to Mr. Petersen about his own situation. I told him that I didn't think that Mr. Petersen would want to do anything to see the Presidency harmed and that Mr. Petersen was a very, very well respected man at the Department of Justice who plays it right down the middle and he will give you the best advice in the world. And that is my assessment of Mr. Petersen. Senator BAKER. What else happened? What else was said by the, President or by you? [01.34.39] Mr. DEAN The President at that time expressed appreciation for my evaluation of Mr. Petersen. I recall, and this is not in my testimony because it is now falling on something that I remembered at the end of the Petersen conversation there was also some discussion about my feelings about appointing a special prosecutor. He said something to the effect that "I don't think we need a special prosecutor at this time, do you?" I said, "I think that -Mr. Petersen is an honorable, capable, man to handle the job." Senator BAKER. Was there anything else? Mr. DEAN. At some, point in the conversation, and I believe this was toward the earlier part of the, conversation, the question came up as to whether I had---- [01.35.39-TAPE OUT]

Formations

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Yosemite National Park
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Colorful rocks & Moraine

Just Cause: loading CH-47D helicopter

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Panama
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Army personnel talking in a group, forklift in area, truck backing up to a CH-47D helo. Supplies, gear, weapons are offloaded by Army personnel from truck to helo. Forklift places crate into helo. Crates are tied down.

LAWMAKERS, April 19, 1984

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489382_1_1
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Capitol Building and Environs, misc.
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1984  (Actual Year)
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11249
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DO NOT USE STILL PHOTOS 20.06.37-DUKE in studio. Introduces segment on Sen. RUSSELL LONG (D-Lousiana), one of the last old-school DIXIECRATS in CONGRESS. 20.07.09-LINDA WERTHEIMER reports from CAPITOL, standing at base of COLUMNS. States LONG is a fascinating figure in the SENATE. Shot of guests dancing at a fundraising dinner for LONG. Shot of LLOYD BENTSEN at podium introducing LONG. LONG telling story about his uncle, EARL LONG, humorous tale of political opportunism, audience laughs. WERTHEIMER discusses the LONG family, Gov. EARL and RUSSELL'S father HUEY LONG. Still photo of HUEY LONG. Old footage of LONG in SENATE, arguing fiercely, pounding his fist, shot of LONG "EVERY MAN A KING" BUTTON. Shots of HUEY LONG and supporters on old, yellowed film stock. WERTHEIMER v.o. remarks that HUEY LONG'S assassination didn't prevent him from passing SENATE seat to his son. 20.09.40-RUSSELL LONG discusses trying to find political identity separate from HUEY LONG. Shots, old-looking stock, of RUSSELL LONG in SENATE COMMITTEE, LONG calling committee meeting to order, LONG chairing meeting. LONG v.o. comments on the power of FINANCE COMMITTEE, oversight of half of all money spent by government. Cartoons shown of LONG as juggler of interests, puppeteer of CAPITOL. 20.10.42-Jack MOSKOWITZ, United Way Lobbyist, discusses LONG'S political aptitude and strength. Another lobbyist discusses LONG'S legislative tricks. Sen. LONG discusses letting other SENATORS add amendments to bills as a form of POLITICAL FAVOR that wins allies. 20.12.00-shot of FISHING TRAWLER leaving dock in LOUISIANA, shot of nets hanging from mast. WERTHEIMER v.o. discusses LONG'S ability to look out for LOUISIANA interests in WASHINGTON, Oil and Gas industries. Shot of OIL DRILLERS working a rig. Bob DOLE credits LONG with representing the interests of his state, denies LONG is a tool of the OIL INDUSTRY. LONG says that if politicians work only to get reelected, they're not doing badly, because serving the people leads to reelection. Still shots of LONG with Presidents NIXON, FORD, and CARTER. 20.12.51-FINANCE COMMITTEE group photo, shows BILL BRADLEY. WERTHEIMER v.o.-BRADLEY compared meeting LONG to playing BASKETBALL as a rookie against BILL RUSSELL. BRADLEY says that RUSSELL has seen every political move in the book and already knows how to help or defeat you. Discussion of LONG'S ability to build winning majorities for his bills. Shot of former Sen. Gaylord NELSON, telling stories of LONG'S masterful skill in gaining majorities. 20.14.20-WERTHEIMER v.o.-LONG lost some power in late 1960's to TED KENNEDY. Still photo of LONG and KENNEDY. WERTHEIMER v.o.-LONG got a bit depressed at this, but turned around when he married his wife, Caroline. Shot of LONGS on couch, Mrs. LONG says she feels the two share the job. Former aide confirms that Mrs. LONG "best thing that ever happened" to Sen. LONG. 20.15.02-Shot of REAGAN supporters celebrating 1980 victory, one holds newspaper with headline "REAGAN LANDSLIDE". Shot of SENATE chamber, SENATORS. WERTHEIMER v.o.-LONG lost chairmanship in 1980 to Bob DOLE. Shot of DOLE, HOWARD BAKER leaving SENATE CHAMBER, DOLE shakes a hand. Shot of DOLE sitting in easy chair, DOLE said he was worried about stepping on LONG'S toes by taking chair. Shot of LONG and aides walking office hallway. Shot of LONG entering committee room, taking seat at semicircular table, LONG v.o. says he made some mistakes out of habit his first meeting as non-chairman. 20.16.02-WERTHEIMER v.o.-could LONG regain his power if DEMOCRATS win big in 1984? Shot of REAGAN and LONG, former aide says REAGAN wants tax simplification, not LONG'S style. Shot of Sen. BRADLEY. BRADLEY says LONG expects to be chairman again, will relish it, and will be effective. Shot of LONG meeting with aides. WERTHEIMER comments LONG has experience and works hard, usually gets his way. 20.17.13-DUKE/ROBERTS in studio. Discussion of LONG'S political acumen. ROBERTS, as a LOUISIANA native, is familiar with LONG'S career and his family. DUKE recalls a humorous debate by LONG.

Lawmakers May 3 1984

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Lawmakers May 3, 1984

Bernie Howard Commercials II

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ON PREVIEW CASSETTE 98010 1) Patricia Stevens Cosmetics: Creme Makeup (B&W, sound)-- There are several spots, in the following order. A) Opens with MS of a film set as the director stands near a PS model. He talks to the camera about the greatness of PS models and products, then introduces his wife who happens to be PS glamorous as well. Cut to MS of his lovely and loyal wife standing in a kitchen, talking to the camera. Cut to product shot, then to CU of yet another PS model applying the creme makeup. B) Same format as above but opens with a print photographer on set with PS model. C) Same format as above but opens with an oil painter painting the portrait of a PS model. 2) EZ Pop Instant Drink Mix (B&W, sound)-- There are two spots for this, in the following order. A) Great CU of a young boy and girl eagerly watching their mother mix a sweet, sugary quart of their favorite drink. CU of MOM pouring it into glasses. B) Strict MS of Mom mixing and pouring EZ Pop. 3) Lykette Deordorant (B&W, sound)-- There are several spots for this using the same images but at various lengths. Basically an animation of Lykette's golden sponge applicator clogging those pesky sweat glands. Cut to products shot and animation of an adorable fairy flying around, wearing a very skimpy dress. 4) Jewish United Fund (color, sound)-- There are several spots here, using the same footage but of various lengths. Opens with CU's and MS's of kids and adults sitting at accounting machines, typing their hearts out, followed by stills of the fund's services and outreaches: social service, welfare, classroom education, physical therapy, counseling, rescueing refugees, etc. 5) Manhattan Motors Used Car Lot (B&W, silent)-- There are two ads using the same footage but in different sequence. CU of a gambler's hand as he shows he has four 2's. Cut to neon sign, reads, "This is 2222". MS's of the store's Blue Ribbon autos in the showroom. Good panning tight LS of the dealership at night, all aglow in neon glitz and bustle. 6) Louis Miller Auto Sales (B&W, silent)-- There are two ads using the same footage but in different sequence. Panning tight LS of a dealership as car drives from the lot and into the sunny street. MS of cars packed in the showroom.. Tight LS of the dealership at night. The second spot segues into a car pulling into their service center where the mechanic and the owner shake the driver's hand. Followed by more showroom and establishing shots.
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