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Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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Universal Newsreel - Orange Bowl Parade

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Shots of floats with waving women. (Tape suddenly kicks into fast forward until. 01:52)

Universal Newsreel -

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United Nations
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Speech given at United Nations.

Universal Newsreel -

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Japanese trade union demonstration against premiere. Crowds rioting with picket signs. , confrontation with police.

Kids Play Baseball in a Park

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Cuba
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00:09:32:- MS's and tight LS of several shirtless boys playing a crude game of stickball in a small grassy section near a shopping district. 00:11:20:- Good MS of four old-timers sitting on a park bench and talking... well, one of them talks, the others remain grim and silent. 00:11:43:- MS of a young boy (in FG) staring into a store display: a mannequin wears a University of Michigan sweatshirt. CU of another shirt on another mannequin, a logo over the left breast that reads, "Legends". Creepy CU of another mannequin, this one of a baby in action: wears a cute lil' slugger outfit. 00:13:00:- MS of three young boys standing in front of an abandoned store and talking to an off-screen producer. Cut to silly MS of a shirtless young boy doing karate chops for the camera on a busy sidewalk.

News in Brief: French Helicopters in New York.

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New York City, New York, United States
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Same as Catalog # 514267. News in Brief: French Helicopters in New York. French Alouette helicopters, a new design, powered by turbo-jet engines, soar over New York's skyline. They'll be manufactured in the U.S. French film stars sit and pose in the helicopter - three men and one woman. Their names are not given but this cataloguer believes one to be Gerard Philipe (G rard Philipe). Helicopter lifts off. Helicopter aerial views of New York City, some shots with pilot (?) in frame. Air to air shots of copter over the city and circling the Statue of Liberty.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.37.00-GURNEY forces DEAN to again defend his professional ethics, part of a strategy to discredit DEAN to defend the WHITE HOUSE] Senator GURNEY. Were these papers in connection with your venture? Mr. DEAN. Yes, they were. Senator GURNEY. Not The law firm--- Mr. DEAN. No. There were standard forms that were used on virtually every application for filling out various, forms of the application and I was as preparing my own, my rights, and Mr. Fellows and some of these aspects of it. I also had some papers on--there is an outfit that does incorporations--FM I believe is the name, of it--where -you just pay the fee, and they do all the incorporating work. It is nothing you do yourself. I think there were some papers related to that in there. When these were discovered, I -was called into the office the next morning when I came in. I remember there -was a Very serious snowstorm that night, and I was late coming in. When I came in, I was asked to come into one of the senior partner's office. He asked me to explain what I -was doing. I had learned, I had seen that my desk had been rifled the night, before and I was quite annoyed by it, so I decided I would say nothing. I said, I have nothing to say about this. There, then ensued--he said, -well, if you are not going to tell me anything about this, you, are fired, I said, I am not fired, because I have already resigned. He said. you can't, resign, because I have already fired you. So that was the session. Later, one of the other associates said, John, you had better go back and talk this over with him, I did. I thought the matter was resolved. The, next, I heard about it was when the civil service did an examination and there -was a comment in that examination that I had been dismissed for unethical conduct. At that time, I asked one of the lawyers that had been at the law firm if he would look into it, because I said I am prepared to take this to the Ethics Committee, if necessary. He looked into it, the person who had made the comment, that it was an unethical charge, retracted the comment, and the Matter was left at that. Senator GURNEY,. When did the matter occur in the civil service files? Was that in connection with your employment at the House Judiciary Committee? Mr. DEAN. "No. it -was after I left the House Judiciary Committee. As the Senator knows, the House, does not run civil service examinations staff. Senator GURNEY. Was it in connection with your employment at the Justice Department? Mr. DEAN. No, sir; it was not. While I was with the House Judiciary Committee, I developed legislation that created the National Commission on Reform of Criminal Laws. Senator GURNEY. I am talking now about the civil service information Mr. DEAN. I am explaining Senator. I was asked to go on the staff as the Associate Director of that Commission. It was at that time, when I was joining that staff, that this matter arose. Senator GURNEY. And regardless of the ethics involved, and I do understand your contention and the letter you read was that it was not an ethical matter. Mr. DEAN. It was not unethical to me; no, sir. [00.40.12-GURNEY wants to hammer this point home, regardless of how redundant] Senator GURNEY. But as far as your termination of employment with the law firm, I do understand that you were discharged; is that right? Mr. DEAN. I would say it -was a rather heated discharge as a matter of my unwillingness to discuss the matter with the person who was a senior partner in the organization. Senator GURNEY. Now, to get back to the break-in ,it the, Watergate, as I recall your testimony, there really wasn't anything in Watergate or much of anything in the activities surrounding the Committee, To Re-Elect the President from that February 4 meeting until the Watergate break-in. And I understand you got back from the Philippine Islands on the 18th and then returned here to Washington and went in your office on the 19th. Is that correct? Mr. DEAN. That is correct, Senator. [00.41.09-GURNEY wants to make DEAN seem intensely involved in WATERGATE by the inferences of his questioning-the "BLAME IT ON DEAN" strategy that would come to be favored by the White House] Senator GURNEY. Then, as I recall, you said that you had received phone calls that day and talked to a number of people-Caulfield, Magruder, Ehrlichman, Strachan, Colson, Sloan, and you later called Liddy and Kleindienst Why all these calls if you weren't that closely associated with what they were doing over there in the political field? Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, I would say that my office,, -was one that, one, I did have some dealings with the reelection committee, I did know all the parties involved. My office normally was asked to investigate or look into any problem that, came up of that nature. When any wrongdoing was charged--an administration office, for example, when the grain deal came, up--and I think as the Senator will recall, during the ITT matter, my office had some peripheral involvement in that. [00.42.15] And I believe we had some dealings with your office on that matter. [00.42.20]

Neurological Institute/Hospital

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Havana, Cuba
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Neurological Institute/Hospital

News in Brief: Excavation in Italy.

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Italy
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Same as Catalog # 515250. News in Brief: Excavation in Italy. "Roman luxury as of 2,000 years ago is unearthed in excavations at Herculaneum, sister city to Pompeii, which bare amazingly well-preserved buildings and artifacts - among them a Roman bath put to use by some pretty visitors." Archeologists (archaeologists) at work on large site. Hands hold treasures unearthed, such as a small statue. Pretty young women pretending to be tourists walk around the ruins and admire what they see. Ancient kitchen. One young woman pulls up her skirt to put her legs in the water of a bath. Ancient Rome.

Spring Fever Hits the Hats.

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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Same as Catalog # 515294. Spring Fever Hits the Hats. Hats fashions inspired by spring -and showing a touch of spring fever- are shown in Vancouver. The group includes the biggest hat in the world, closely rivaled in giddiness and gaiety by all the others. Asian women (indoors) model huge, elaborate, ostentatious hats. One woman wears a hat that makes her look like she has two heads, one on top of the other. Bizarre, ridiculous. One hat has a "chicken" that flaps its wings when the wearer pulls strings. One hat has a top part that spins in circles. Several have a chicken theme, leading the narrator to comment, "Cute chick, too."

News in Brief: Mayflower II.

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Plymouth, England, UK
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Jumpy, a bit blurry. News in Brief: Mayflower II. 'Mayflower II' turns her prow towards a new and vastly different world than found by the pilgrims who sailed aboard the first Mayflower 337 years ago. Various shots the new Mayflower ship being towed to sea, unfurling sails, crew seen on board.

News in Brief: Teen Telephone Company.

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El Cerrito, California
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Same as Catalog # 515318. News in Brief: Teen Telephone Company. Teen-age telephone co., in El Cerrito, California, with 28 subscribers and 2 exchanges - built and operated on their own by 5 young businessman-engineers, testifies to youthful industry and enterprise. Young teenage geeks (well, they're engineers!) work on a device related to their phone service. Boy at top of tree, apparently stringing telephone wire. Teen boy demonstrates that the contraption works; he dials on a rotary telephone and the mechanical parts (on their control panel thingee) move around. CU rotary phone; teenage girl answers it, smiles.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.42.20-DEAN gets a little shot back at GURNEY, questioning his involvement in the ITT scandal] Senator GURNEY. Not my office. I think- we met in Senator Hruska's office, the Republican members of the committee; isn't that correct, with you? Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, I recall one time that Mr. Fielding and I came up to your office, on the, matter and Mr. Fielding provided some material for your staff. It was that, type of thing that would come to my office for assistance and aid. Senator GURNEY. What does that have to do with the Watergate? Mr. DEAN. Well, I was explaining the type of thing that would come to my office and my office -was a firefighting office and would got into various-- Senator GURNEY. Did you do other firefighting before June 18? Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir. Senator GURNEY. At the committee to reelect? Mr. DEAN. Not to my knowledge, no. That was the only fire I recall over there, and it, was the biggest one. Senator GURNEY. Now, then, you mentioned in your testimony yesterday in response to Mr. Dash that you inherited the coverup. Would you tell how you inherited the coverup? Mr. DEAN. I didn't hear the Senator. Inherited? Senator GURNEY. You said yesterday in response to questioning from Mr. Dash, you said that you inherited the coverup of Watergate. Mr. DEAN. I had heard or inherited? Senator GURNEY. I understand inherited. Mr. DEAN. That is correct. When I came, back to the office on the 18th and talked to Mr. Strachan, I realized that the coverup was already in effect, in being, and I realized that when Mr. Strachan told me of the documents that he had destroyed and Mr. Haldeman's instruction, that there certainly wasn't going to be a revelation of the White House involvement in the matter. I didn't at that point in time, know the potentials of the White House involvement. [00.44.12--DEAN has said that he executed others' orders after they-Mitchell, Haldeman, Ehrlichman-had set the policy. GURNEY wants to suggest that DEAN was the architect] Senator GURNEY. Was not one of the first meetings of the coverup held in John Mitchell's apartment on the 19th of June?, Mr. DEAN. Senator, I would say that the day of, to my knowledge, the day of the 19th at the, White House was a, very busy day. That the calls I received from Mr. Ehrlichman, from Mr. Colson, the meetings I had with Mr. Ehrlichman and then again later with Mr. Colson about the safe were long before I went to the meeting at Mr. Mitchell's apartment, which I do not recall was on the, 19th or 20th. I do recall a meeting in Mr. Mitchell's office, but I do not recall specifically which day it was. I recall arriving late at the meeting, and I cannot recall with any specificity any of the discussions at the meeting. [00.45.07-GURNEY continues the line of questioning] Senator GURNEY. Well, what you are saying is then that these several phone calls you had -with all of these people really had to do with at least the beginnings of the coverup, is that right.? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. Well, you were in on it from the beginning, -were you not? Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir. Senator GURNEY,. You really did not inherit anything. You -were in on the sort of hatching of it, were you not? [00.45.28] Mr. DEAN. Senator, I might explain what often happened in my relationship with my superiors at the White House, and I think I alluded to this yesterday, is that others -would set the policy, for example with the Calley case or the, Lithuanian defector, how to deal with it, what was to be done. Senator GURNEY. Who set the policy on the, coverup Mr. DEAN. I -would say the policy was just--I do not think it was a policy set. There was just no alternative at that, point in time. Senator GURNEY., It sort of grew like Topsy, and you were a part of it, is that not right? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. [00.46.05-GURNEY wants to put a sinister spin on DEAN not directly telling NIXON of all these actions-DEAN murders this question] Senator GURNEY. Now, Now, since this thing started out with such a flurry and a spate of phone calls and meetings between everybody, did you advise the President of -what was going on? Mr. DEAN. Senator, the first time I ever talked to the President was On September 15. There was one occasion that I recall before September 15, which was in late August, to the best of my recollection, and that certainly was not an occasion to talk to the President about anything because his former law partners were in the office, Mrs. Nixon was in the office, there were several notaries or one notary there, some other members of the staff and it had to do with the signing of the President's testamentary papers and it was--just was not a very appropriate occasion to even give, a, whisper to the President that I would like to talk to him. So I must say that, any time between June 19' and September 15 I had no conversations with the President, and nor did I approach the President at any time, other than through reporting to Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman about what I was doing. [00.47.29]

Retinosis Institute

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Retinal Institute

SPORTS: Motorbike Hill-climb.

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Idaho
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SPORTS: Motorbike Hill-climb. The mechanized bronco-busters battle the law of gravity on a new, near-vertical course outside Lewiston, Idaho. 35 daredevils tackle the hill, but it's still mountain-goat country. Bloopers and spills are par for the course at these motorcycle hill-climb events; one bike even catches on fire. Men try to catch the motorbikes as they tumble downhill. No one is shown successfully reaching the top.

SPORTS: Golden Anniversary Rodeo.

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Los Banos, California
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SPORTS: Golden Anniversary Rodeo. In Los Banos, CA, preceded by a colorful float parade put on by the city's youngsters, the 50th anniversary rodeo provides action and suspense right from the start. A gala show with a smash ending! Children walk in parade, ride on floats (including Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts, it seems). Shot of white spectators along parade route (?) applauding. Various shots of men getting bucked off in rodeo.

MIRACLE RESCUE: 24 Hours in Well, Boy, 7, Is Alive

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Manorville, New York
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MIRACLE RESCUE: 24 Hours in Well, Boy, 7, Is Alive A desperate race with death by volunteer workers ends in amazing and heart-warming triumph as 7 year old Benny Hooper is reached at the bottom of a 21-foot well. Police officers and other people surround the well, which has lumber and ladders around it as part of the rescue effort. Men sit around, one wears "Eastport FD" jacket (fire department). Oxygen tanks. Various shots men moving materials, peering down into hole. Anguished-looking woman. Boy on stretcher is loaded into ambulance, neighbors applaud as it pulls away. Hero Sam Woodson, an African American man, poses for the camera wrapped in a blanket; he reached the trapped boy. Sign, "Bayview Hospital." Boy lies in hospital bed behind plastic sheeting, perhaps in an oxygen tent?

Royal Visit: Elizabeth and Philip Hailed in Denmark.

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Copenhagen, Denmark
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Royal Visit: Elizabeth and Philip Hailed in Denmark. Copenhagen greets Britain s Queen Elizabeth with befitting pomp and panoply, and with a mass enthusiasm that rivals the remarkable receptions shown her in recent visits to France and Portugal. High angle view of Copenhagen. Royal yacht Britannia. Cannons fire in salute. Queen Elizabeth II steps off small boat, shakes hands with Danish King Frederik IX who gives her flowers. The queen greets people, wearing a warm smile. Crowds. Parade of guards on horseback; horse-drawn carriage carries royals. Crowds wave toward balcony where Elizabeth, husband Prince Philip, Frederik and one other person (his wife?) stand.

News in Brief: Floating Saucer.

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Wisconsin
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News in Brief: Floating Saucer. A novel craft for fishermen, saucer-shaped, powered by twin outboards, debuts on the Milwaukee River, and makes quite a splash with local anglers. Round boat travels through water, spins in circle.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.47.29-GURNEY continues to try to put a sinister spin on DEAN'S failure to run straight to NIXON and tell him of the coverup-DEAN reiterates his earlier testimony that that was not the standard pattern.] Senator GURNEY. Well, of course, you must, have realized that this coverup business, at least, after it had gone, on for a little while, was pretty serious, did you not? Mr. DEAN. I did not like it from the outset. I do not think anybody liked it. Senator GURNEY. Do you not think as the President's attorney, you should have tried to go to him and warn him. about what was you being done? Mr. DEAN. I probably should have but I was assuming everything I reported to Mr. Haldeman and Ehrlichman was also being reported to the President. Senator GURNEY. Let us go and discuss for a moment. the FBI reports of the investigation Did you first go to Mr. Kleindienst for these reports? Now, I am talking about the 302 form, you know, FBI interviews with witnesses? Mr. DEAN. Right. I do not recall whether it was Mr. Kleindienst or Mr. Petersen that I first discussed this with I was being asked to get the reports, I had talked with---- Senator GURNEY. Who asked you to get the reports? Mr. DEAN. Initially, the request came from Mr. Mitchell, and I believe that was as a result of Mr. Mardian's desire to see the reports. Mr. Ehrlichman and Mr. Haldeman thought it was a good idea that I see the reports, and I had--at what point in time I actually raised this with either Petersen or Kleindienst, my recollection is I did talk to Mr. Petersen about it at, some time and he, suggested I go directly to Mr. Gray, and I cannot really with specificity tell you at what point in time I went to Gray, but, I do recall discussing it with Mr. Gray. [00.49.10-GURNEY raises a red herring of details] Senator GURNEY. Let us get back to Mr. Kleindienst though, because this is extremely important, I think. The Attorney General is head of the Justice Department and, of course, the FBI is under the Justice Department. Are you sure, you cannot recall whether you ever talked to him about getting these 302 forms? Mr. DEAN. It is very possible, as I said, Senator, it is very possible I did. I have---- Senator GURNEY. Well, you have recalled in minute detail in 245 pages of the testimony of almost everything Mr. DEAN. I understand that. I have tried to the best of my recollection to recall everything. I do not, recall specifically whether I talked to Mr. Kleindienst about this subject. The major item--- Senator GURNEY. Well, Well, do you recall if you talked to Mr. Petersen? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I just stated I did recall I did talk to Mr. Petersen. Senator GURNEY. What did you recall of that conversation? Mr. DEAN. I recall he suggested that I go directly to Mr. Gray. Senator GURNEY. Did either Mr. Petersen or Mr. Kleindienst or anybody, according to your recollection tell you that you could not get these FBI reports, that the President himself would have to get them and Mr. Kleindienst or Mr. Petersen would have to give them to the President? Mr. DEAN. I do not necessarily recall that it, was stated as you have stated it. I was told that the best way to deal with this situation is go directly to Mr. Gray. Mr. Gray initially said to me, "Why do you not read them in my office?" I said that would be, a, rather cumbersome arrangement. [00.50.34-DEAN and GURNEY butt heads a bit over the details] Senator GURNEY. Then, you have, no recollection that the Attorney General or Mr. Petersen told you that you could not have them unless you got them through the President? Mr. DEAN-. Well---- Senator GURNEY. Is that correct? Mr. DEAN. I have read this in the paper, Senator, that this was--- Senator GURNEY. Well, so have I, and that is -why I am asking you. Mr. DEAN. I do not recall it. frankly. Senator GURNEY. Well, Then let's go to Mr. Gray and your conversations with him about the 302 forms. What -were they? What were the conversations? Mr. DEAN. The conversation with Mr. Gray, well, I think as we initially discussed it, Mr. Gray told me that he thought that I could read them in his office, I told him I that was awkward. and when we discussed it, he. wanted some assurance that this information was being reported to the President. As I recall. I gave him Such an assurances that it was being reported to the President. [00.51.31-GURNEY harps on the fact that GRAY and DEAN have a sharp disagreement about the disposition of the files] Senator GURNEY. Can you recall that conversations more specifically because Mr. Gray testified at quite some. length before the Judiciary Committee on this in response to many questions. What is your recollection of it? Mr. DEAN. Well. Senator, I have, in preparing all my testimony. I have done this. I have not sought to go through in detail all of the press accounts, I have not, sought, to go through in detail all of the Gray hearings, for example I have not, sought to sit, and watch these hearings. Senator GURNEY. I understand that, and. all. I Want is your impression. Mr. DEAN. Yes. My impression-- Senator GURNEY. That is all. Mr. DEAN. [continuing]. Is what I am giving, and the receipt or non-receipt of the FBI interviews was not a very big thing for me, and that is why it doesn't strike very clearly in my mind. Senator GURNEY. Well, it was a pretty big thing for Mr. Gray. Mr. DEAN. I appreciate that. Senator GURNEY. Pretty nearly shot him out of the saddle as far as being the, head of the FBI is concerned. [00.52.23-here a split-screen shows GURNEY'S visible consternation over DEAN'S ability to respond to his grilling with competent answers-GURNEY chews his nails, etc.] Mr. DEAN. Well, I appreciate, that, Senator, and to the, best of my recollection, 'Mr. Gray said to me that, after I gave him assurance it was going to be reported, that he, would work something out. Now, I don't recall when I first received the initial reports. I only recall that it was after a summary report was prepared on the 21st 'Of July, as I recall the date, and I showed that report to the people at the 'White House and the people at the reelection committee, that the pressure began that I let others read the raw FBI reports. [00.53.04]

Muni Museum

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Cuba
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00:21:29:- low angle of a painting on the ceiling of the Muni Museum; tilt down to MS of Ernesto and tour guide standing in a vast, brightly lit room of the museum. MS of a display of two old shirts (why? historical reasons not divulged here but probably involving Castro's incarceration). Great MS of wax statues of Fidel Castro and Che Guevera in military fatigues and sitting on a rock. MS of wax ponys. MS's of the tour guide talking and explaining certain exhibits.

Fashion Parade: Daydreams In Design.

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354860_1_1
Yes
New York City, New York
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00:04:28 - 00:05:33
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030-045-06
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Image quality is not very good (RGB colors). Fashion Parade: Daydreams In Design. "Inspired by a book about dreams, leading designers show unusual hats during a millinary insitute showing. Hidden longings come to life in the hats milday will wear." Two ladies wearing little black dresses and hats sit and chat. Women model wearing see-through hat. Chiffon (?) hat. Lace hat with small flowers. Large-brimmed hat with flowers, supposedly inspired by the Elysian fields. Two women with smaller hats, one black with netting and one that looks like flowers or leaves. Very large-brimmed hat that looks at first like a hooded cape; the model turns down the huge dark-colored brim so you can see it's a giant hat.

GRADUATION: 'June Week' For Cadets, Middies

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354870_1_1
Yes
West Point, NY and Annapolis, MD
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1957  (Actual Year)
B/W
00:14:07 - 00:15:46
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1635
030-047-01
N/A
Image quality is not the best. GRADUATION: 'June Week' For Cadets, Middies Graduation time at West Point and Annapolis. At both service academies, traditional dress parades in salute of the graduating classes are marked by brilliant precision. June Week observances culminate with commencement exercises, and an exultant 'hats off'. Cadets march in dress uniforms. John Vickers at top of class. Football star Bob Someone (?) graduates. Last in class graduates. The men toss their hats in the air. Dress parade of midshipmen. Naval grads toss their caps.

SPORTS: Livermore Rodeo.

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Location:
354885_1_1
Yes
California
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1957  (Estimated Year)
B/W
00:25:48 - 00:26:32
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1635
030-048-08
N/A
SPORTS: Livermore Rodeo. One of the west's most historic rodeos - first held over a century ago in the historic California town - maintains its wild and woolly aspects, with a rough and tumble time for hapless riders. Men get thrown; one just lies motionless afterward.
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