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Honor Steel Plow Inventor

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Rolling - Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery Eight thousand persons crowd this tiny village to do honor to the inventor of the first steel plow in America. Major Leonard Andrus. A pageant traces the history of the plow leading up to Major Andrus. Andrus invention of his plow a hundred years ago.

Kimonos Go Western

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Jet-age kimonos bearing only a remote family resemblance to the traditional Nipponese garb - actually new creations for western tastes but embodying classic Japanese features, for evening and afternoon wear. Model wearing a strapless type Kimono made of embroidered floral and vine pattern. CUS - Model is wearing a Coolie type hat with fringe hanging from it and it ties under her chin. MS - Another model is wearing a strapless kimono satin dress with an empire waist line. MCUS - Model is wearing maybe a bright red kimono type coat, she takes it off and is wearing a sack like kimono made of silk, material hanging to her waist. (exotic influence, east meets west)

POP Goes The Country No. 218 Promo

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POP Goes The Country No. 218 Nashville, Tennessee Promo

Abandoned buildings

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Interior restaurant Moscow, Burnt interior (42:40), Empty grocery store (43:50) 02:42:30:- tight LS's and MS's of the Restaurante Moscow, an old luxury restaurant long since burned and abandoned. Exterior and interior. MORE V-HOLD PROBLEMS AS SOME IMAGES SCROLL UNCONTROLLABLY DUE TO A POOR HI-8 TO BETA SP X-FER. Cut to CU's of young children walking along the street; the producer stops them and has a chat with them.

California Blood Transfusing Via Railroad Car

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California Blood Transfusing Via Railroad Car A special railroad car donated by western pacific in memory of the lines' first employee casualty of the Korean war goes into service to speed vital blood for out Korea wounded. Establishing shot - Back of the railroad car stopped at a railroad depot on the back it reads "Military Blood Procurement Car". MCU The railroad car that was named after Charles O. Sweetwood, first employee of the line to loose his life in Korea. MCU Nurse sitting behind a table with the red cross insignia and two women signing up to give blood. MCU Brother of Charles O. Sweetwood getting his blood pressure taken. MS Four nurses standing on the back of the railroad car waving as the train pulls away.

US Court Queens Beat British Tennis Player

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Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery - America's Wightman cup defenders keep the trophy from their English rivals, with Alice Marble defeating Kay Stammers, and teaming with Mrs. Fabyan to down Miss Stammers and Mrs. Hammersley in the doubles.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.35.02-more documents concerning the ENEMIES LIST are introduced] Senator ERVIN. Those -will be received and marked for identification but will not be, admitted into evidence at this time because I am not sure that this committee has jurisdiction to investigate the matters to which that was related. You might let them be marked. Senator ERVIN. Let's see the confidential document. Mr. McCANDLESS. It is coming right up. Mr. DEAN. Counsel has also advised me that the one sheet is not complete. There were other lists when we went through last night, and the only thing I can say is it must have, gotten back into another file, and we will reexamine it and find it. [00.35.53] Senator ERVIN. This confidential document is a thing that is a memorandum for H.R. Haldeman, Charles W. Colson, "Eyes Only." Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator ERVIN. What does this "Eyes Only" mean on- the document? [Laughter.] Mr. DEAN. That is one, of the classifications that, was used around the White House to mean that it was for the eyes of the recipient only. Senator ERVIN. And he, was not to copy it, is that what it means? Mr. DEAN. Well, often you will know there are carbon copies or blind carbon copy indications on it. The use of this classification developed when we started reducing the rather overabundant use of what really were security classifications, national security classifications that related to matters that, were not, national security. Senator ERVIN. I -will also have these marked for identification because it is not clear yet that they relate to matters that the committee is authorized to investigate. Mr. DEAN. I say they came in response to Senator Weicker's question of yesterday. Senator ERVIN. Have them marked for identification and not as exhibits here. Thank you. Mr. McCANDLESS. Just one, more request. I have been handed a 3-page list of opponents priority. and there are 20 names on it, the document that were, turned over this morning and marked by Mr. Dean in several places, contain more than just these 3 pages. Mr. DASH. That has already been received. That is what I was asking Mr. Dean to identify in connection with the June 24 memorandum signed by Mr. Bell. But all that was received from You this morning was that particular memorandum of a list of names. It is the only names we received. Senator ERVIN. I am going to request the staff to make. requests of the, White House for copies of the, document, decision memorandum of the White House July 15, 1970, and the White House, document organization and organizations of the interagency group on domestic intelligence and internal security. and also for the document entitled "Domestic Intelligence Review" which was a part of the memorandum for H.R. Haldeman from Tom Charles Huston. I believe you called the name Huston? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I believe that is the way he pronounces his name, Senator. Senator ERVIN. Senator Gurney, you may proceed. [00.38.47-GURNEY continues] Senator GURNEY. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Mr. Chairman, I will try to be a-, brief as possible and close, up my testimony. Senator GURNEY. So far as the chairman is concerned I think you are rendered a real service to the committee and the country and I don't want you to feel rushed at all. [there is some snickering at this from the audience] Senator GURNEY. I appreciate the courtesy of the chairman and the Members of the committee. I just wanted to clear up one little point on the coverup money which I didn't touch on this morning. When you had your meeting with Mr. Kalmbach on June 29 did you ask him for a certain sum of money that you would need to have him raise? Mr. DEAN. At that time I didn't know how much -was to be raised and I believe I discussed with him the fact that he would get this information from Mr. LaRue. Senator GURNEY. Where did you have this conversation? Is that in the coffee shop or up in his hotel room? Mr. DEAN. Well, the bulk of the conversation took place in his room and not in the coffee shop. We only talked for maybe 5 minutes in the coffee shop. Senator GURNEY. And then you adjourned up to his room in the Mayflower Hotel? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. But you don't recall that any figure was mentioned at that time? Mr. DEAN. No, Senator, I don't.

News in Brief: Plane Crash In River.

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News in Brief: Plane Crash In River. Crash landing in the East River in a fog, a twin-engined airliner sinks with only its tail and one wing-tip showing. Thirty-three passengers and crew of three miraculously escape with their lives due to prompt action by rescue boats. Ground to air shot of plane flying over, tilt down to wing of plane poking out of the water, a few boats nearby. A helicopter joins the effort. No rescue or survivors are seen, mostly shots of the downed plane. In the event of a water landing...

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.12.01] Senator BAKER. Mr. Chairman, I had not seen these before this moment. I notice there is a cover letter dated June 27, 1973, which I have seen now for the first time. It says, "Pursuant to the rules of the committee, there are enclosed herewith questions which we believe would be appropriate to have asked of Mr. Dean. I will say again I have only seen these just now, but from that cover letter it would appear to me that these are questions submitted to be propounded to the witness and not to the committee. I wonder if the chairman might agree with me in view of the cover letter which has been handed me by counsel. Senator ERVIN. The only thing which misled me was the fact we had two series of questions. One of them. was numbered 1 and 2, and the second series of questions also are numbered I and 2. So I drew the inference from this that the first question and the second question were addressed to the committee. But perhaps I have misconstrued that. Senator BAKER. I think I would agree with my chairman, who has implied that it would be inappropriate for anyone to address questions to the committee, and if that is in fact the fair intendment of the letter, then I do disagree with it and I would suggest that they be disregarded If, in fact, they are, questions submitted under rule 25 of the Standing Rules of the Committee to be propounded to the witness, it would seem to me we have a different situation. Senator ERVIN. I might state these were just handed to me about 1 second before, I read them, and I drew the inference since, the questions -were separated as they were some of them were addressed to the committee rather than the witness. But perhaps I am mistaken in that, but I would say that the only strategy this committee has followed to secure immunity for any witness has been to pursue the law strictly. Senator BAKER. I think the chairman is entirely correct, And I think the committee has tracked the provisions of the statute carefully. On one occasion, at least, Mr. Chairman, I recall that, we retraced our steps for fear there might be a technical deficiency in our method of operation. The votes have been unanimous in each case, even though the statute only requires a two-thirds vote in order to request immunity. So I agree with my chairman that, the only strategy this committee has followed is to track the provisions of the available statute law in order to gain the most information we can in order to present it to the Senate. Mr. DEAN. Mr. Chairman---, Senator ERVIN. Now, yesterday the witness was asked to produce some exhibits and I just wanted to ask him if he had provided them. TESTIMONY OF JOHN DEAN III, FORMER COUNSEL TO THE PRESIDENT ACCOMPANIED BY CHARLES N. SHAFFER AND ROBERT C. McCANDLESS, COUNSELS---Resumed Mr. DEAN. 'Mr. Chairman the only thing I -wanted to say, the only involvement I had in what you are referring to is I did participate a number of years ago first in the development of that statute, and second, its drafting and its relationship with the Senate in its adoption, but I did take, at that time, in representing the Department of Justice, a far different position that the Attorney General should have the Ability to nullify any request of any committee to grant immunity to any witness, which is far different from the one Congress accepted ultimately. Mr. DASH. Now, Mr. Dean, did you bring with you this morning the exhibits that you indicated you had and the committee requested you to bring? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I did, Mr. Dash. Mr. DASH. Could you just, submit them and perhaps identify them as you submit them to the, committee? [00.15.33-DEAN introduces documents on the White House "ENEMIES LIST"] Mr. DEAN. These are from a file that is entitled "Opponents List, and Political Enemies Project." The first, document in the file, and these are not in an chronological order. is a briefing paper that was prepared for Mr. Haldeman for a meeting with the head of Internal Revenue Service. The, goal of the briefing paper which was based on material that, was provided to me by Mr. Caulfield who, in turn, got information from friends of his within the Internal Revenue Service, was to make the, IRS politically responsive to the White House, and I think that the document is self-explanatory. It is not marked other than the heading, which says "To Accomplish: Make IRS Politically Responsive." I will mark these. as I-- Mr. DASH. Well, You can mark them following your last exhibit number. Mr. DEAN. For the sake of the record right now I will call it exhibit A.

News in Brief: Demonstrations In Egypt.

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News in Brief: Demonstrations In Egypt. Serried ranks of nationalists march through the streets of Cairo and Alexandria, in an organized protest against continued British occupation of the Suez Canal zone and the Sudan. VS masses of men, and some women, march along in peaceful, orderly protest. Some carry banners or signs (in Arabic).

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[01.04.13-Sen. GURNEY wants to pin DEAN down to state that he can't prove NIXON knew of any CRIMES prior to March 1973. DEAN'S definition of the coverup is broader than GURNEY'S strictly criminal definition] Senator GURNEY.----direct knowledge, direct conversations -with the President on the criminal activity? Mr. DEAN. On the March 13 meeting. Senator GURNEY. Well, I also said the March 21. Mr. DEAN. THAT is correct. We have gone over the March 21 meeting. Senator GURNEY. Yes; we don't need to go over it again. I am just pinpointing that time and that date. Mr. DEAN. Then we jumped where the next in a series of meetings was in the April 15 period, Senator GURNEY. Well, I realize, that, but I am really not interested in that. I am not, trying to cut, you off here, but of course, the President himself later said "that March 21 was the time when he, first really realized the full implications. So I was just, bringing us down to that date. [01.04.52] Mr. DEAN. I would recall how, that came up, that the President selected that date, was as the, result of a discussion that had occurred on March 15--April 15, when he was searching his mind, I was being lead through a series of rather leading questions by the President and at one point in the conversation, he said to me, do you recall what day it was that you gave me. the report on some of the implications of the day the Watergate case? Then before I even got an answer out that. I didn't remember the exact date in March, he said, I believe, it was the 21st. I said, I will have to check. It was the next day that, when I -was in his office again that afternoon, talking about a press statement that he was going to put out, he said, I have gotten the confirmation now and I believe it, was the 21st. And he referred to it at that, time as my cancer on the Presidency statement. That is the way I led that off and that, is the, way I had referred to it and that is the' way he reefered to it. Senator GURNEY. Thank you, Mr. Dean. Thank you, Mr. Chairman, I have. no further questions. [01.06.16--MacNEILL] MacNEILL states that GURNEY has completed his questions about DEAN'S finances and DEAN'S meeting with Herbert KALMBACH to start the PAYOFFS. States that the debate over what is proper questioning is not finished, and the hearings will resume with more such debate. [01.06.40-PBS network ID-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES"] [01.09.50-MacNEILL] MacNEILL states that Sam DASH and the Senators are offering opinions about the admissibility of testimony in court, and presumably about the relation of that standard to the committee's task [01.10.02]

The Visual History of Cars: Mustang

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Ford Mustang over the years.

Jim Ed Brown' Country Place No. 27

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Jim ed Brown "Don't Let Go" Blake Edwards "Engine Engine No. 9" Maxine Brown "Games People PLay" Doug Gilmore "A Love Like Yours" Jim Ed Brown "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You/Maria/All I Have to Offer You/Here Today and Gone Tomorrow (medley) Jim Ed Brown/Maxine Brown "Just As Long As You Love Me" (duet) Jim Ed Brown "Drink, Boys, Drink" Band "Steeling the Blues" (Instrumental)

India Hails Macmillan.

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In New Delhi Britain's Prime Minister Harold Macmillan is received by Premier Nehru, and hailed by cheering thousands. It's the first stop on his 30,000 mile commonwealth tour, and the first visit by a British Prime Minister to India. Establishing shot - Prime Minister Harold Macmillan shaking hands with New Delhi's dignitaries and Premier Nehru. MS - Two European women. MS - Prime Minister Macmillan, his wife and Premier Nehru. MS - Citizens of New Delhi lined up to greet Prime Minister Macmillan, a little Indian boy hands Macmillan a small bouquet of flowers, and it is accepted graciously. MS - Leis are hung around Macmillan's neck. MS - Macmillan and Nehru getting in a convertible and is driven away in a motorcade down the streets of India. MS - Throngs of India's people line the streets, Macmillan and Nehru standing up in the back of the car waving to the onlookers.

Universal Newsreel -

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Speech given at United Nations.

News in Brief: Excavation in 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.

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[00.30.16-GURNEY interrogates DEAN about his meetings with NIXON] Senator GURNEY. This is March 13? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. Was that not also a preparation for a press conference, was that, not the main reason for that meeting? Mr. DEAN. On the 13th? Senator GURNEY. Yes. Mr. DEAN. The bulk of that meeting had to do with the fact that it was very likely that I was going to be called to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee. and we had discussions at that time of possibly litigating over Dean as a means of not having other members of the White House staff having to appear before any other committee. Senator GURNEY. Are you saying you discussed nothing about the press conference that day? Mr. DEAN. I do not recall a preparation. It was generally just things would come up, shortly before a Press conference that these would that, he would ask me for questions on a press conference. Senator GURNEY. He had a press conference on the 15th of March. You had meetings with him on the 13th and 14th? Mr. DEAN. 14TH? Senator GURNEY. 13th and 14th. Mr. DEAN. It is very possible that questions came up during the press conference because he was following the Gray hearings very closely and whether the discussion that we were having regarding the Gray hearings was formulating answers in the President's mind for the press conference I do not know. He had not at that point, begun to study, at least in my presence, his briefing book for the press conference. Senator GURNEY. You cannot recall any discussions in either one of those meetings about preparation for a press conference? All you recall is discussion about Watergate. Is that Your answer? [00.32.25] Mr. DEAN. No, sir; Your question was, what specific conferences did I have with the President on Watergate. Senator GURNEY. No, we are way beyond that. Then, I was asking did you discuss the, press conference in the March 13 and 14 meetings, and your answer was that you could not recall. Now. I am asking that--you can recall all about the Watergate on those two dates but you Cannot recall any discussions about preparing the President for the press conference. Mr. DEAN [conferring with counsel]. Well, Senator, all I can say is that the thrust of that meeting was not to prepare the President for a press conference. There were discussions about the Gray hearings, there was discussion about, the question of litigating executive privilege. The fact that the President gave a press conference on the 15th, those dates were, generally flexible, and certain circumstances might influence the President as to whether he would or would not have a press conference. Senator GURNEY. So you do not remember any discussion at either one of those, meetings about the press conference? Mr. DEAN. On the 14th I do, yes. Senator GURNEY. But, not on the 13th? Mr. DEAN. Not on the 13th, no, sir. [00.33.34] Senator GURNEY. Let us go on. Are there other meetings, that you remember in March, prior to the 21st of March where Watergate was discussed, and again I am talking about the coverup, the, criminal activities? ] [00.33.48-DEAN has a hard time to persuade GURNEY to accept his proposition that many aspects of the coverup policy were firmly established at that time and not necessary to discuss] Mr. DEAN. Senator, again, I am not trying to include more in your question than I would wish to include, but, there, was a general theory that had been set up at La Costa as to how to approach the entire Watergate coverup situation, so what might be your interpretation of a discussion of a Watergate matter and what had emerged out of the La Costa, meeting, I find far different, If you -will look at the agenda that went in to the President following the, La, Costa meeting, you Will see those were the first beginnings of the coverup as it related to the hearings which were deemed to be as serious as a criminal investigation by the Department of Justice. Senator GURNEY. We have got, down to March 14th and we only have 7 days to go to the 21st of March. Mr. DEAN. That is correct,. Senator GURNEY. Would you please tell me in these meetings you had with the President between March 14 and March 21, the occasions, the incidents, that you discussed the coverup of Watergate with him?, Mr. DEAN. again, I think what I describe in my testimony is the post La Costa and I will be happy to go through that again and get into what were rather specific discussions of mechanics of coverup from a, very detailed nature whereas opposed to the general policy of a coverup. [00.35.22]

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[00.45.12-Sen. INOUYE continues to pose questions from the WHITE HOUSE to DEAN. This line of questions tries to point up inconsistencies in DEAN'S statements and suggest that DEAN has embellished his story to get favorable treatment, IMMUNITY from prosecution] There are, however, several very noticeable. differences. One difference is an omission from the testimony you gave here. You told this committee that, when the President discussed the matter of your investigation of Watergate you did not tell him you made no such investigation. The Newsweek article however, reports that, in your meeting with the President of March 21, and I quota "Dean also bore down hard, he said, on the fact that there had never been any study clearing White House staffers. Mr. Nixon replied that he had had verbal reports of Dean's work but, the counsel insisted 'nobody asked me -for reports, Mr. President," he said." "He said. 'I did not go around asking people questions in their offices. There, was no report." [00.46.06] "At, this point sources quoted Dean as saying "The President Came out of his chair into a half crouch of astonishment and shock.' If the -Newsweek account is correct, Mr. Dean. the President's reaction was most, inconsistent with that, to which you have testified before this committee. Did you or did you not, tell the President that you had never conducted an investigation, and have you made the statement previously that "The President, came out of his chair into a half crouch of astonishment and shock"? [00.46.46-HUMOR] Mr. DEAN. Well. I have testified here already that I have never seen the President come out of his chair-[Laughter]-in that manner. I recall the interview that you are talking about and the ground rules for that interview, my wife was present with me, and she will recall that well, Mr. McCandless was With me and the rules were set. that I Would enter into no, what I considered testimonial areas at all of a substantive nature, regarding my direct dealings with the President. I was asked if I had prepared an investigation or done an investigation into that. I merely just said no. As I say. the, interview that was given, and that story do not meet With what I told the reporter because I said anything I Say I want it for attribution. I am not giving you anything on background or the like and I will not enter into testimonial areas and it was very clearly understood that I would not, I would recall to the Senator again that at this time I was coming under increasing character attacks. People said. "John. you just cannot sit down and take that. You have, got to come Out and say at a few words that you are living and' breathing and a real human being," and that is the reason I held I that interview. [00.48.12-The WHITE HOUSE questioning turns to conflicts between DEAN and MAGRUDER'S testimony.] Senator INOUYE. Mr. Dean, if I recall correctly, you testified to this committee that it was not your idea for Magruder's diary to be altered nor were you aware before Mr. Magruder testified before the grand jury last September that Mr. Magruder would testify that the first meeting appearing in his diary had been canceled, and the second meeting had been to discuss election laws. On both of these points, your testimony is in direct conflict with the sworn testimony of Mr. Magruder. Are we to believe that Mr. Magruder lied as to these details concerning you and, if that is your position, what could be Mr. Magruder's motive for lying about the details of the manner in which Mr. Magruder's perjury was conceived? [00.49.11] Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, I will stand on my testimony and not on the conclusions drawn in the question that has been propounded by you at the request of the White House. Senator INOUYE. Mr. Dean, Mr. Magruder also testified that Mr. Liddy told him that you among others had indicated to him that he would have $1 million for his plans, which he had been working on before he even came to the committee. You testified, on the other hand, that you were surprised when Mr. Liddy briefed his million dollar intelligence plan to Mr. Mitchell in your presence. To what motive do you attribute Mr. Liddy's report to Mr. Magruder that you knew about his extensive plans before you saw them in Mr. Mitchell's office. [00.50.04-DEAN denies the insinuation by the WHITE HOUSE question that DEAN was involved in formulating LIDDY'S plans for intelligence] Mr. DEAN. Well, if the Senator will check the exhibits, there is one, of the exhibits in there where I had an interview or a discussion with Mr. Mitchell, At that, time Mr. Mitchell reported to me that Magruder had made, this statement to him. My response at that time to Mr. Mitchell was that I had no recollection at all of ever making such a statement to Mr. Liddy, and I can't conceive of the, statement being made for this reason: I was quite aware of the fact that a far different plan, Operation Sandwedge, that had a half-million dollar budget suggestion, had been deemed to be far more than necessary for anything to deal with even the security problems that were going to confront the campaign, [00.50.50]

Industrial labor and waste

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Havana, Cuba
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Cuba 28
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Green pumps by shore Dirty dripping pipes and puddles in field (7), Men repair pot holes (13), Smoke stack Water (20) 00:08:55:- tight LS of green and red industrial oil pumps at work in an oil field on a hazy sunny day. Wide LS of same. DOF tight LS of three green and red industrial oil pumps at work, a blue body of water barely visible in BG of screen right. MS of a pump's main hydraulic mechanism circling around and around. 00:10:01:- great CU of a slimy silver shaft going in and out of an equally oily green well (part that pumps the crude from the earth. Low angle MS of the device in operation, positioned from a crane. 00:10:34:- tight LS of a green oil pumping plant. Lots of metal tubes and tanks. An oil rig pumps in BG, screen R. A sunny day, excellent cloud formations (nice composition). Tight LS of a section of the plant (in FG), the oil rig in BG. 00:11:02:- MS of the wheel value on top of a secluded oil tank. Tight LS of a tall, thin smokestack, a hearty plume of fire coming from it, in the middle of a secluded, wooded area near the oil plant; CU of the heat and fire pouring from the stack; MS of same. MS of black oil waste seeping from an oily pipeline into a stagnant creek; CU of the sludgy industrial waste trickling from the open valve and into the molasses brown creek. Wide LS of the fire, the pipe, the sky, woods, etc.

Electric Plant

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00:13:16:- wide LS of an electric plant (in BG) on a hazy, sunny day as trucks pass by in FG. Tight LS of same, focus on the plant and tall smokestack spilling smoke into the air. MS of a congested facade of the plant, a tight series of metal pipes and girders, etc. Wide LS of the plant and smokestack, from a different angle, a blue-green stream in FG. CU of the top of the smokestack, thin grey smoke coming from it. MS of the smokestack's base, tilt up to top. Tight LS of several thin metal towers surrounding a large circular dome on plant premises.

News in Brief: Japan, Sailors Adopt Orphans

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Tokyo, Japan
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News in Brief: Japan, Sailors Adopt Orphans American sailors and marines have adopted an entire orphanage, re-built the war torn place and provided food and friendship for the young inmates. Their thanks - the smiles on the faces of their young charges. Blond American sailor sits at table with a bunch of Japanese children, laughing with them. Little boys carry wooden planks as part of construction project. VS sailors at work painting the building. Toddler attempts to wipe paint off of an American's face - cute. Group of Japanese children giggle.

Haircut House (B-Roll)

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00:21:29:- MS of several old, rusty, decrepit electric boxes lining a staircase in a basement; CU's of the hazardous boxes, electrical wiring, etc. Cut to MS's of a man getting his haircut in the living room of a barber's home; clipping and shearing. Panning MS's of the barber's home, his kitchen living room and so on. Small, sort of cluttered, yet very homely. CU of a vegetable bowl filled with red and green pappers (resembles a still-life). Cut to CU of barber tools (clippers, scissors, water bottle, etc.) on a doily on a table (another still-life). Cut to ECU of man's face as he gets his hair cut. MS (head-on) of man and barber. Cut to various tight LS's of a run-down courtyard in the center of the barber's apartment complex; laundry hangs from lines, paint flakes from old cement walls, women wander about from apartment to apartment.

Jimmy Stewart Star Of Bend Of The River

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California
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Dull in imagery and contrast Jimmie Stewart is honored for his performance in universal-international's production 'Bend Of The River.' Also cited for his work in discovering new talent is William Goetz, Universal-International production chief. CUS - Jimmy Stewart receiving an award from Photoplay from Fred A Sammis, Vice President of the publication CUS - William Gets receives a Photoplay award CUS - Paul Douglas has joined them at the podium MCULS - Jeff Chandler, Tony Curtis, William Gets, Fred A Sammis, Julia Adams and Rock Hudson - shaking hands with each other

Newest Supersonic Jet, The Lockheed F-104.

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Palmadale, California
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First look at the Starfighter newest member of the Air force s Century Series of advanced supersonic combat planes. The F-104 a new and more powerful jet engine makes its debut. This is the most advanced jet to be shown. The razor-sharp wings make it one of the most lethal craft's in the air. Establishing shot - The Starfighter being towed on to the tarmac. Over head shot - The Starfighter. CUS / Front - Starfighter. CUS - Pilot climbing up the ladder to the cock pit. MS - Starfighter taking off down the runway. Aerial shot - Starfighter. Aerial shot - Two Starfighter. Aerial shot - Starfighter going through it paces.
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