- Title: CF1859
1895-1963 23:00:00:00 - 23:01:02:00
637 “Axis Sally” on trial. View, District Court in Washington, place of trial. Marshall’s bus arriving, Axis Sally and others, getting off. Med. Shot Axis Sally. Group entering courthouse. Photographers outside court, taking pics. Of glum looking Axis Sally on way out of court, she enters Marshall’s car.
23:01:09:00 - 23:02:29:00
638 Kathy Ficus. Various scenes of large excavation, various scenes of rescue equipment and men involved in rescue operation, crowds watching, scenes of rescuers descending into crater, still of Kathy Ficus.
23:02:40:00 - 23:03:24:00
639 Murder in Shanghai as Red Chinese sweep on. Map of China. Red Soldiers marching. Red soldier on guard. Red underground leaders are executed by Nationalist Chinese in Shanghai before Red troops took city. Red soldiers march through triumphantly, occupy Shanghai. Pictures of Mao Tse-tung (head of state) and Premier Chou En-lai. Troops marching away from camera.
23:03:28:00 - 23:05:39:00
640 Baseball all-star game 1949. Ebbetts Field, crowds, tilt around bats, Dominic and Joe DiMaggio, Jackie Robinson, Ralph Kiner, Al Schoendienst, and William Marshall, starting pitchers Warren Spahn and Mel Parnell shake hands, crowd. Spahn pitches and Joe DiMaggio singles in first AL run, crowd, Birdie Tebbetts singles, driving in fourth AL run in first inning. NL at bat, Jackie Robinson doubles to left center, Stan Musial hits home run, scoring Robinson ahead of him. Fourth inning, AL at bat. Don Newcombe pitching, Eddie Joost singles past Hodges, scoring two runs, crowd. Ninth inning, Reeses flies out to end ballgame, scoreboard, crowd.
23:05:45:00 - 23:09:49:00
641 World Series 1949. First game: Allie Reynolds on the mound, Robinson flies out for Dodgers, crowd, Newcombe of Dodgers strikes out Joe DiMaggio, crowd, in sixth inning DiMaggio catches fly ball hit by Robinson, Jorgenson runs back to first base, Reynolds then gets out of jam by striking out Gene Hermanski, crowd, Henrich picks up bat in ninth inning, Henrich takes pitch from Newcombe, crowd, Newcombe takes his time while crowd looks on, Henrich hits homerun. Second game: Crowd, Burt Shotten stands with Preacher Roe at Dodger dugout, crowd stands up, Robinson comes to plate in second inning, Robinson doubles off Raschi, crowd, Hermanski at bat for Dodgers, Robinson dancing off second base, Hermanski pops up to short right field and Robinson tags and goes to third after the catch, crowd, Gil Hodges singles off Raschi scoring Robinson with the only run of the game, crowd, in eighth inning Mize pinch hits for Charlie Silvera and singles off Roe, Bobby Brown pinch hits for Raschi, Brown strikes out and argues with umpire, Dodger players in dugout, Roe gets ready to pitch to Henrich, Henrich flies out, people leaving Yankee Stadium.
23:09:55:00 - 23:12:52:00
642 Army – Navy Football game. General pre-game activity shots. President Truman shaking hands with Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery, Chief of Imperial British Staff, CU two men. Side view of Louis Johnson, United States Secretary of Defense, Army and Navy on field, flags, cadets cheer, game gets under way. First quarter: #16 Army’s Arnold Galiffa around end, cheering. #37 Army, Gil Stephenson goes over for TD. Cheering. Cadets into line, Galiffa passes complete to #81 Dan Foldberg, cadets cheer, Galiffa scores TD, cadets cheer. Third quarter: Navy kicks off and #44 Army Bobby Vinson runs kickoff for TD. Army pass Galiffa to Foldberg, Army player argues, Army passes by Galiffa to player in corner, cadets cheer, Navy holds Army, Middies cheer, scoreboard, Army 25 – Navy 0. Third down and one to go, players and referee on field, cadets hollering, Army scores in fourth quarter, cadets cheer, Army players carried off field, pan crowd.
23:13:02:00 - 23:14:56:00
645 Kentucky Derby. Crowd shots. Olympia (#5) with Arcaro up is heavy favorite. Ponder (#3) is 16-1 shot. Crowd. They’re off. Olympic and Capot are the early leaders. Olympic keeps lead until final turn when Capot (#1) takes lead. In stretch Ponder (#3) comes up on the outside to win going away. Crowd. Ponder and Jockey Steve Brooks are congratulated.
23:15:02:00 - 23:16:39:00
647 Pope Pius XII seals Holy Door until 1975. Crowds outside St. Peter’s. 2 nuns in square. Crowds through square. Pope Pius XII being carried in Papal chair. Procession of Church dignitaries. MCU churchmen. SV procession, with Swiss guards in group. Pope entering the Basilica on foot, ascending throne. MCU Pope Pius XII. Brick and Mortar on table, which will be used to seal Holy Door. Pope blessing bricks for Holy Door. Pope laying three bricks, crowd watching. A temporary door, with cross, is placed on wall. People getting off their knees. Pope being lifted into chair. Pope blessing crowd as he is carried past people. Curtains close behind him.
23:16:44:00 - 23:19:26:00
648 War in Korea. (silent) Crowds in street read announcement of War in Korea. Map showing 38th parallel. S. Korean troops being trained by Americans. John Foster Dulles on Korean inspection trip a few weeks before outbreak of war. Flags going up at U.N. in Lake Success. Sign: Council in session. Int. shot of United Nations. (sound) Trygvie Lie talking on actions on Korea in General Assembly, suggests that Security Council take up problem of peace in Korea. (silent) Vote is taken. President Truman hurries back from vacation. Truman and Dean Acheson. Troops in Japan marching. Gen. MacArthur, in command. Troops parading. South Korean troops in trucks moving up. Troops in trenches, general war shots.
23:19:35:00 - 23:21:40:00
649 Battle for Pusan. Pusan Harbor. Ships in harbor as United States troops arrive. Troops waving from ship. CU United States officer and ROK officer. Various shots of American GI’s being greeted by Korean troops and bands. Air view of battle area. AF fighters strafing North Korean ships and North Korean positions. United States artillery rolling past camera. CU General Walton Walker talking with one of his staff. United States troops firing field artillery guns at North Koreans who are dug in on hill.
23:21:50:00 - 23:25:03:00
651 Quick change in Korean action. Line of jeeps along shallow Chongchon River to and past camera. Gis on stone bridge to camera. Damaged US tanks. 155mm guns, manned, fired. Large group Chinese prisoners, various scenes. Gis digging in for shelter. GIs sitting around fire. US prisoners, returned to US lines near Manchuria. US wounded being carried away. Gis on their stomachs in foxhole. Tank. Jeeps over wooden bridge near Chongchon River. Shot of Chongchon River. Trucks and vehicles, people in port. Korean refugees and US soldiers.
23:25:09:00 - 23:27:06:00
656 Assassination attempt on life of Truman. Washington DC: Newspaper headlines re: event. President Truman, out of Blair house, walking in street, toward White House. Crowds, police. Still picture of Oscar Collazo, Puerto Rican nationalist, lying in front of Blair House, shot while attempting to murder President Truman. Still picture of Griselio Terresola, Puerto Rican nationalist, killed, lying near bushes. Shot of Terresola, laid out, in morgue. View emergency entrance hospital, policemen in front of sign. Int. hospital, Collazo in bed, Chief of Police Robert Barrett and N.Y.C. Police chief Robert B. Murray at bedside. CU Collazo, Mrs. Collazo and daughters leaving house. Mrs. Collazo on steps of court building. Puerto Rico: Assassination attempt on Governor Louis Munoz Marin. VS guards outside White House. Government troops rounding up nationalists. Slain nationalists. Washington DC: Man sweeping in front of Blair house after assassination attempt.
23:27:11:00 - 23:29:53:00
658 Connie Mack retires. (l to r) Connie Mack, Jimmie Dykes (new A’s manager) and Roy Mack (Connie’s son and part owner of the club). (l to r) Arthur Ellers ( New general manager of A’s) Mack, Dykes, Roy Mack. Mack and Dykes. CU Mack. Mack and Dykes shake hands. CU Mack. Shibe Park in Philadelphia. Sign showing new name of Shibe Park as it becomes “Connie Mack” Stadium. Crowd. Pennant flags of great Mack teams. Mack in group listens to George M. Cohan sing song written in Mack’s honor. Cohan singing. Connie Mack. Mrs. Mack. Judge Landis and Mack shake hands. Mack receives silver try. Mack carried off by players.
23:29:57:00 - 23:33:16:00
662 Football bowl games 1950. Rose Bowl: Air view of stadium. Bob Celeri (#22) of Cal. Passes, ball intercepted by Ohio St. Vic Janowicz(#31). Ohio St. scores on plunge. Celeri laterals to Jim Monachino (#35) who goes for Cal. St. TD. Scoreboard. Ohio State field goal in closing seconds wins game 17-14. Sugar Bowl: Pan crowd. Oklahoma’s Leon Heath (#40) goes 86 yards for TD. Coach Bud Wilkinson of Oklahoma. Heath again, this time 43 yards for a TD as Oklahoma wins 35-0. Orange Bowl: High shot of field. In third quarter John Pasco (#21) of Santa Clara passes to Ellery Williams (#80) who crashes into fence. An interference call gives Santa Clara the ball at the goal line. Hall Haynes scores Santa Clara TD. #10 Vito Parilli of Kentucky passes to (#26) Emery Clark for TD. Santa Clara’s Bernie Vogel (#44) scores TD as they win game 21-13.
Cotton Bowl: Players run onto field. Cowgirl cheerleaders. (#12) of Rice, Billy Burkhalter, goes 44 yards for a TD. Rice QB Tobin Zrote (#26) passes to end Froggy Williams (#84) for Rice TD. (#22) Charlie Justice takes short pass and gains near goal line, for NC. Justice passes to Paul Rizzo (#66) for TD but Rice wins 27-13.
23:33:19:00 - 23:36:36:00
666 Robert Vogeler speaks out. Audience, Vogeler standing behind lectern on platform, with audience seated at tables, MCU Mrs. Vogeler at one of the tables. Vogeler speaking, before National Press Club, tells of his experiences as a prisoner of the Hungarian Government. He was kept in jail 17 months, tells of ill treatment and bad conditions in jail. Audience.
23:36:45:00 - 23:40:41:00
668 Truman dismisses Mac Arthur. CU General Douglas MacArthur, MacArthur’s headquarters in Tokyo. Wake Island: Truman off plane, greeted by MacArthur, Truman pins medal on MacArthur, photographers, Truman and MacArthur shake hands, MacArthur pan over to other Military leaders in group shot. MacArthur with soldiers on Korean battlefield, MacArthur visits Korean battle area. CU letter notifying MacArthur he has been relieved from command. Newspaper headlines re firing of MacArthur. (sound) Speaker of the house, Joseph Martin mentioned possible impeachment of President Truman. Truman at desk, Truman speaks.
23:40:48:00 - 23:42:53:00
670 Truman answers MacArthur. May 7, 1951 President Truman addresses Civil Defense Conference in Washington and makes it the occasion for an attack on General MacArthur’s proposals for extending the Korean War.
23:43:00:00 - 23:44:04:00
672 Joe DiMaggio retires. Yankee stadium. DiMaggio with Yankee manager Casey Stengel. DiMaggio kneeling near batting cage, taking batting practice, Stengel watching. CU DiMaggio at press conference where he announces hid retirement, he poses for the cameramen. Yankee owner Dan Topping, DiMaggio, Yankee Owner Del Webb and Casey Stengel. DU DiMaggio, CU Webb, CU Stengel, CU DiMaggio.
23:44:14:00 - 23:47:25:00
355 Bobby Thompson’s Miracle Home run. Crowd in baseball stadium. Sequence of “Standing of the clubs” which shows the giants wiping out the dodgers 13 ½ game lead, newspaper headline “They’re tied”. Crowd and players in Polo grounds for final game of playoff series. Don Mueller of Giants hits single off Don Newcombe of Dodgers, Whitey Lockman singles sending Mueller to third. Mueller hurts ankle sliding into third (he is replaced by pinch runner Clint Hartung – not shown on film) Newcombe leaves field, #13 Branca and other Dodger players on mound, woman fan puts hex on Branca, Thomson at bat, Durocher kicks dirt, Thompson takes a called strike, tense crowd, fan waving hand, Durocher gesturing, Thomson at bat, Branca gets ready to pitch, Thomson hits home run. Giants welcome Thomson at homeplate, Durocher and Eddie Stanky wrestle each other to the ground along third base line, mob at home plate. Crowd, Thomson on players shoulders. Crowd mobs hatless Durocher. Crowd yells in front of clubhouse for Thomson to appear, rear shot of Thomson and Durocher, Thomson pats Durocher on head, fans holding “miracle Man” sign. Durocher waves hat. Crowd in Giant dressing room, Giant owner Horace Stoneham, Thomson and Durocher. Thomson, Mueller and Maglie. Thomson and Stoneham. LS players.
23:47:31:00 - 23:48:42:00
676 Six Td’s by Dub Jones set Pro-Football record. #60 Cleveland’s Otto Graham passes to #58 Mac Speedie who goes to Bear 28 yard line. #86, Cleveland’s Dub Jones goes around left end for TD. Graham passes to Jones who scores TD. Jones on broken field run for 28 yards and TD. John Lujack #32, Bears quarterback, throws pass which is intercepted by #62 Cliff Lewis who runs it back to Bears 28 yard line. Graham passes to Jones who catches it on run and scores TD.
23:48:50:00 - 23:52:24:00
677 Football Bowl games. Rose bowl: Michigan players out, crowd, California players out. California'’ (#23) Jim Marinos passes to (#80) Robert Cummings for TD. Crowd cheers, Michigan coaching staff looks unhappy. Don Dufek (#30) of Michigan plunges for TD. Unhappy Calif. Fans and coach Lynn Waldorf. Dufek goes 7 yards for Michigan TD and 14-6 win. Cotton Bowl. Exterior shot of Cotton Bowl. Hank Lauricella (#27) of Tennessee on brilliant 80 yard run. Payne (#77) passes to Grubla (#43) for Tennessee TD. Lauricella’s kick is blocked, Texas recovers on eight yard line. Byron Townsend (#30) of Texas, plunges from 5 yard line for TD. Fourth quarter, Lauricella passes to Bert Rechichar (#20) who is forced out on 20 yard line. Kozar of Tennessee plunges for TD and 20-14 win. Orange bowl.: Display on field. Clemson pass from Billy Hair (#77) to Glenn Smith (#84) for TD. Pitchout around right end for Miami TD. Fourth period, Miami leading 14-13, Clemson guard Sterling Smith (#33) crashes through tackle and Clemson safety to win game 15-14. Sugar bowl: side view of crowd. Kentucky’s Vito Parilli (#10) passes to Wilbur Jamerson (#28) for a TD. Parilli passes to Jamerson for a 16 yard gain. Parilli passes to Al Bruno (#85) who runs to one foot line. Kentucky goes over for second score. Scoreboard reading Kentucky 13 – Oklahoma 7. Kentucky coach Paul Bryant carried off field.
23:52:28:00 - 23:54:01:00
678 Kentucky Derby. Program. Crowd. Horses parading. Crowd. The race followed by stretch drive in slow motion. The winner Count Turf with Conn MCCreary up.
23:54:06:00 - 23:54:58:00
679 Florence Chadwick in action. Miss Chadwick getting ready to enter water, Crowds, Miss Chadwick waves as she enters water, night scenes, day scene of Miss Chadwick swimming, boat, swimming, boat, crew in boat, swimming, waves to crowd, drives through crowd.
23:55:07:00 - 23:57:19:00
681 Fashions – 1951. Christian Dior and an artist collaborate in a striking presentation of a round – the – clock wardrobe for milady. Morning suits, afternoon and evening gowns are displayed with novel emphasis on the lines and silhouettes. Phosphorescent silhouette shot, Spring fashions showing gabardine tailored suit for the morning entitled “Emule”. Spotlight comes on to show figure and suit behind silhouette, silhouette moves to camera leaving suit. CU of man rubbing glass clear. LV glass clears to show outfit for mid-day called “Grimoire” consisting of two-piece black and white in straight contours, lights go out to show phosphorescent silhouette, man wipes silhouette clear of glass. Reverse shot of same, man draws new silhouette. Silhouette shot of new apparition entitled “Vonne Vacon”, a town outfit, a black and white ottoerman with a wide brimmed hat of straw decorated with plumes, spotlight comes on silhouette partially obscured. CU man’s hand and man comes in and smears glass. CU reverse of man cleaning glass. Silhouette shot of dress called “Confidence” for Spring evenings, embroidered in silver, silhouette lights come on blacking out silhouette making dress invisible, smear comes in and blocks out glass. Dress for night called “Cote Jardin” of white pique fully lined carrying tully embroidery which forms train, silhouette moves to figure, lights go out leaving figure in semi-darkness, then only silhouette itself becomes visible. CU through glass of man lighting candles in candelabra. Model in semi-darkness becomes visible as candles are lit, man moves to camera and out of picture, leaving model.
23:57:27:00 - 23:58:51:00
682 Heart Break Ridge. US troops combat in rugged terrain. Explosions. Soldiers using flame throwers.
23:58:56:00 - 23:59:53:00
683 Bernarr Mac Fadden parachute jumps at 84. Looking down on MacFadden standing on Orly airfield talking with people in circle around him, Plane in background, Closeup of MacFadden walking with parachute fixed on him, other visible in b.g. MacFadden walking past camera up ramp to plane, then turning toward camera. Front view of MacFadden sitting inside plane holding up his arm in greeting and smiling at camera. Angle shot of MacFadden drifting slowly down with the parachute open above him. LS rear view of tense crowd with their heads up, watching. Trees lining river in b.g. MS men supporting MacFadden as he walks past camera and talks with them. Crowd moving behind him.
23:59:58:00 - 00:01:17:00
685 John Cobb dies in crash, Sept. 1952. Queen Mother, greeting John Cobb, wishing him luck at dock, hydroplane pulled out. Mrs. Cobb and friend watching. John Cobb into driver’s seat. Batteries and wires on ground. View of Loch Ness where Cobb will run boat. 2 timekeepers. Mrs. Cobb with binoculars watching. Boat speeding through lake. Spray from boat, accident, wreckage floating. View of Cobb in helmet, sitting in boat.
00:01:27:00 - 00:02:48:00
686 Farouk out as King. Crowds, MS King Farouk and aide. Official announcing news to government body. Farouk and bride at time of first marriage to Farida in 1938. Farouk inspecting troops. Farouk and officials tour Egypt, buildings, Pyramid, Sphinx, seaport. Farouk and group, with sister and Queen Narriman.
00:02:56:00 - 00:04:11:00
687 Dionne quints graduate from High School. Shot of quints as infants. Road sign reading: Callender, home of quints. Classmates seated around table. CU Emilie fixing flowers, CU each girl, Marie, Yvonne, Cecile, Annette. Girls cut cake, classmates applaud. Graduation procession, led by quints, classmates follow. Girls receiving diplomas. Quints, group pose in graduation caps and gowns.
00:04:13:00 - 00:06:56:00
688 Captain Kurt Carlsen and the “Flying Enterprise”. Air view over tugboat towing “Enterprise” badly listing. General view rough ocean, waves moving past camera. Coffee and cigarettes are firing from gun to Captain Carlsen on board. Captain Carlsen, wife and daughters arrive at Idlewild airport. Tugs and Coast guard cutter arrive in New York Harbor. Mrs. Carlsen, daughters Sonja and Karen, in car. Captain Carlsen parades down Broadway to City Hall. Mayor Impelliteri awards Carlsen New York’s Medal of Honor.
00:07:02:00 - 00:11:10:00
689 Republican Convention in Chicago – part one. Travel shot into convention hall, general views. Taft supporters, Senator Dirksen of Illinois nominates Taft, demonstration for Taft, CU Taft supporters. Governor McKeldin nominates Eisenhower, demonstration. Eisenhower and Governor Stassen in hotel room talking. Convention floor, state signs, voting (1st ballot), CU California delegation sign (California casts 70 votes for Governor Earl Warren), LS Dirksen casting the Illinois votes for Taft. LS New York delegation, former candidate Thomas Dewey responds to cheers as he rises to announce NY votes (NY casts 92 votes for Eisenhower and 4 for Taft). Pennsylvania delegation and Governor Fine (53 votes for Ike). LS of voting continued. Ike watches TV set in room and notes that he is running well ahead of Taft. The result of the first voting is announced (5 for Ike just 9 short). The rush for the bandwagon, Minnesota sign frantically waved. Minnesota is recognized. Changes it’s vote to Eisenhower, demonstration, various shots of signs, banners, Henry Cabot Lodge, Floor Manager for Ike, flashes “V” sign. Chairman Martin announces winning total, demonstration, Martin calls for unanimous vote and announces that General Eisenhower is the GOP candidate. Convention floor as delegates get ready to select candidate for V.P., strongest contender is young Richard Nixon shown with Senator Knowland of California.
00:11:18:00 - 00:15:25:00
691 Democratic Campaign. Stevenson behind microphones, woman, Stevenson, Stevenson through crowd, Truman at microphones, crowd, rear shot Truman. Longshot of crowd from rear of room. Truman speaking. Traveling shot from train. Profile of Stevenson, Stevenson on rear platform of train, Stevenson in motorcade, CU Stevenson shaking hands. Longshot of crowd, Stevenson speaking. Stevenson with farmers and bulls, crowd, Stevenson speaking. Three shots of Stevenson in crowds. Stevenson seated behind desk speaks. Crowd, Stevenson on platform in front of Stevenson for President sign.
692 Republican Campaign. “Ike and Dick” sign, rear shot of crowd cheering, Ike waving, Ike signs. Ike walking through crowd at National Association of Letter Carriers Convention, side view crowd, Ike with officers of group, LS crowd, Ike waving, crowd, Ike speaking. Ike in motorcade, people waving, Ike shakes hands with youngsters. Longshot of crowd at AF of L convention, Ike speaks to convention. LS of motorcade, Ike standing in car waving, crowd. Robert Taft campaigns for Ike in Springfield, Ohio. Ike waving from car, crowd, Ike with Democratic Donkey toy inscribed “Twenty Long Years.” Ike speaks at New York Herald Tribune Forum. Ike out of plane, waves to crowd, crowd, pan up of Ike qriting while traveling on campaign trail.
00:19:49:00 - 00:23:45:00
693 Eisenhower Elected. Various scenes of Americans going to polls. President and Mrs. Truman voting. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dewey voting. General and Mrs. Eisenhower voting. Adlai Stevenson voting. Democratic headquarters, people looking glum. Republican headquarters, happy people. Electric sign flashes returns on New York Times building in New York City’s Times square. Stevenson statement. Eisenhower statement.
00:23:51:00 - 00:27:59:00
694 Republican Convention in Chicago – part two. LS street, Ike is making an unprecedented visit to the vanquished Mr. Taft, confusion of press and photographers, various silent shots of Taft and Ike who have made peace. Mr. Eisenhower poses for press and TV, describes how Mr. Taft has agreed to help in the campaign in a warm, friendly fashion. Convention, Richard Nixon chosen as V.P. nominee, Mr. and Mrs. Nixon to podium. Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhower leave hotel, walk to podium, great cheering and response to enthusiasm. Mr. Eisenhower speaks, poses with wife and the Nixons.
00:28:05:00 - 00:31:35:00
695 World Series 1952 Game One: Joe Black on mound for Dodgers, Allie Reynolds on mound for Yankees, crowd, Jackie Robinson hits homerun off Reynolds, crowd. Game Five: Crowd at Yankee Stadium, Carl Erskine on mound for Dodgers, Johnny mize hits homerun for Yankees, Mize once again comes to bat in eleventh inning and hits long drive which Furillo catches to save game for Dodgers 6-5. Game six: Crowds at Ebbets field, Billy Loes on mound for Dodgers, Mickey Mantle at bat. Casey Stengel in dugout, Mantle hits home run, crowd, Snider hits home run off Vic Raschi, crowd. Game seven: Ebbets field, crowd, Robinson lays down bunt single, crowd, Reynolds replaces Lopat on mound for Yankees, Hodges at bat, crowd, Hodges flies out as Snider scores after catch, crowd, Mantle at bat in sixth inning, Mantle homers off Joe Black, Robinson at bat in seventh inning, crowd, Robinson hits wind blown pop up which Billy Martin catches, crowd shots, Reese at bat in ninth inning flies out to Berra and Yankees mob relief star Bob Kuzava, players head toward dug out.
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