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Camelot (Kennedy clan), the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the Civil Rights movement, the Civil Rights Act, and the murder of three civil rights workers in Mississippi.

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DO NOT USE Opening Credits and stills.

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Political campaign TV spot for John F. Kennedy for President: safe, easy, non-combative ad; a political relic.

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MS Former First Lady ELEANOR ROOSEVELT speaking for JFK in TV ad: "I urge you to vote for John F. Kennedy for I have come to believe that as President he will have the strength & moral courage to provide the leadership for human rights we need in this time of crisis. He is a man with a sense of history."

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MS Senator JOHN F. KENNEDY riding in open convertible, waving to crowd; MS JFK pressing flesh with adoring crowd in Billings, Montana; MSs Sen. Kennedy shaking hands. MS President Kennedy speaking at a commencement ceremony: "I have the best of both worlds - a Harvard education & a Yale degree." MS Jack, First Lady JACQUELINE KENNEDY & daughter CAROLINE KENNEDY alighting plane. MS Jack, Jackie, Caroline & JOHN F. KENNEDY, JR. entering church. MS John John walking on lawn with basket over head. MS JFK wearing sunglasses, lying on grass, smiling & talking w/ John John. Cute MSs John Jr. & Caroline Kennedy saying goodbye to JFK at airport.

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Kennedy Assassination, 1963: MS President JOHN F. KENNEDY & JACQUELINE KENNEDY arriving in Dallas, alighting Air Force One; MSs Kennedys greeting people at airport; TLS/MSs motorcade through streets of Dallas, Kennedys waving to crowd; MSs people ducking to ground after shots fired in Dealey Plaza (seems to be recreation); MSs mourners-- mostly women-- weeping in streets, old white man leaning against sign, shaking head; audio of radio & TV news reports; MS man w/ Journal American newspaper-- "President Dead, Shot by Assassin."Still of LBJ being sworn in as President aboard AF 1, Jackie looking on. TLSs JFK casket being loaded into hearse at airport. JFK lying in state in Capitol rotunda, Washington, DC: MS Jackie & Caroline Kennedy kneeling before flag-draped casket; MS/TLSs mourners paying last respects. MS alleged assassination weapon (Mannlicher Carcano rifle) being carted through crowded hallway, Dallas Police Department. MSs televised murder of LEE HARVEY OSWALD by JACK RUBY during prison transfer. Funeral of JFK: Panning MS Jackie Kennedy walking w/ Attorney General ROBERT F. KENNEDY (RFK, Bobby Kennedy) & Sen. EDWARD KENNEDY (Ted Kennedy); MSs RICHARD CARDINAL CUSHING administering mass; LS/TLSs funeral procession to Arlington; MS John F. Kennedy Jr. saluting his father's casket; LSs burial service, eternal flame. MS President LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON (LBJ) speaking to Joint Session of Congress, telling America must move on & pass the Civil Rights bill Kennedy worked so hard for. C/A MS/LSs mourners in Arlington National Cemetery.

Focus on the 60s (1960-64)

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MS segregationist restaurateur LESTER MATTOX of Atlanta shaking hands w/ white patrons as they exit his establishment; CU Mattox speaking to reporters: "If President Johnson wants me to go to jail b/c the communists wield such influence in our federal government & in our church leadership & some of our news media, then I must go to jail. But I will die fighting against this enslavement that he said would be ours if this Bill should be signed into law." Zoom out to MS white men applauding. MSs nighttime Ku Klux Klan (KKK) meeting, Confederate flags abounding; MSs burning cross. MS angry Southern white man yelling into microphone about how the Civil Rights bill would (allegedly) infringe upon the white business owner's Constitutional rights. Racism, hatred, segregation, civil rights, race relations, racial.

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DO NOT USE Still of Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy conferring.

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MS President LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON taking seat at table prior to signing Civil Rights Act; MS President Johnson delivering national address: "Tonight I urge every public official, every religious leader, every business & professional man, every working man, every housewife; I urge every American to join in this effort to bring to justice & hope to all our people & to bring peace to our land." MS politicians standing, applauding, Sen. HUBERT H. HUMPHREY leading charge-- but note that Atty. Gen. ROBERT F. KENNEDY (RFK) remains seated & applauds politely, a gesture rather emblematic of his bitter relationship w/ LBJ. MSs Lyndon Johnson signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, passing pens to the likes of Dr. Rev. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., Robert Kennedy, and FBI Director J. EDGAR HOOVER.

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DO NOT USE Stills Cilvil Rights activists.

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St. Augustine hotel owner pouring acid into a swimming pool while African-Americans swim in it. MCU Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking to a reporter about keeping the civil rights issue a national one. Racism, segregation, hatred, intolerance, race relations, racial.

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DO NOT USE Still of 3 missing civil rights workers.

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CU CORE National Director JAMES FARMER speaking about the disappearance of three civil rights workers in Mississippi.

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DO NOT USE Still of the missing men's damaged station wagon.

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MS police officer asking questions at a roadblock. Aerial of area where their bodies were found. MS casket in hearse. CU coroner giving detailed condition of the bodies. CU regional newspaper (Meridian Star) stating 16 locals & 2 constabulary arrested in conjunction with the crime. MSs indicted men including Sheriff LAWRENCE RAINEY posing for camera. Zooming (out) MS white & black civil rights activists (including James Farmer) holding hands, singing, "We Shall Overcome." Mississippi Burning, hatred, racism, racist, race relations.