- Title: CF1787
00:59:57:00 - 01:00:44:00
01 First motion picture studio, Little Egypt's belly dance. Thomas Edison's studio Black Maria, Fahrenda Mahgar aka Little Egypt appears at The Streets of Cairo. All at the Chicago Worlds Fair.
01:00:56:00 - 01:02:25:00
03 The Mutoscope. Various scenes woman operating Mutoscope. Hand turning crank of machine. Woman looks into viewer. CU of Mutoscope, reel of cards in motion. CU pictures on cards. Woman open side of Mutoscope showing cards in motion.
01:02:41:00 - 01:07:24:00
04 Early trick photography and scenic effects. Visit to magician. Scene with piano painted on wall. Princess Novotine. Movie magic invented by George Melies
01:07:32:00 - 01:08:52:00
05 The Chase. Mack Sennet and his Keystone Cops, misc. scenes of auto chase.
01:09:03:00 - 01:10:11:00
07 Lillian Russell with maid posturing in dressing room. Poster advertising Sara Bernhardt as Queen Elizabeth. Miss Bernhardt portraying Queen Elizabeth. CU Miss Bernhardt.
01:10:16:00 - 01:15:38:00
14 A day in New York City. Newspaper boy and friend, carriages on street in B.G. Gentlemen, one buys paper. More paper buyers. Shoe shine boy giving shine to gentleman reading paper. Horse drawn trolley. Band leading parade. Street, EL (elevated line) in B.G. Police wagon and fire wagon rushing to fire. Burning train, wreckage. People on bikes, on horses, visiting. People leaving carriage to enter fashionable restaurant on Riverside Drive. Diamond Joe Brady escorts glamour girl Lillian Russell. Joe Doakes treats Jane Doakes to a steak dinner. The Statue of Liberty, The Fulton Fish Market, The Brooklyn Bridge, St. Partakes Cathedral, Grand Central Station, Coney Island.
01:15:38:00 - 01:16:45:00
49 Indianapolis speedway classic. Various shots of action of race. Close shot of Dario Resta, the winner of the race. Eddie Rickenbacker, the favorite. Johnny Aiken.
01:16:55:00 - 01:18:20:00
18 New York opens first subway. Police guide crowds into subway entrance. Int. station, people on platform, train pulling into Grand Central Station. People exiting and entering train. Interborough Rapid Transit Company, first subway train.
01:18:32:00 - 01:19:38:00
20 Santos-Dumont Flight. Ms. Dumont climbing into weird looking flying machine, on field at Bagatelle, Fr. Crowds around plane. Plane takes off, flew 80 feet. Plane lands. Alberto Santos-Dumont, Brazilian aeronaut, first to construct motored airship, a cylindrical balloon with gasoline engine. Eiffel Tower.
01:19:46:00 - 01:23:05:00
26 New Japanese Emperor Yoshihito. Crowds in street. Procession, with military formation. Emperor in carriage. More crowd shots. Emperor Yoshihito. Father of Yoshihito Mutsuhito, Emperor Meiji in 1867. Japan joins WW1.
01:23:38:00 - 01:24:27:00
43 Giant and Cubs at the Polo grounds. Pan of Polo grounds, October 8, 1908. Fans with sunbrella. Stands and advertising signs. Mordecai Brown. Christy Mathewson (in dark circle). Managers, Frank Chance of the Cubs and John McGraw of Giants. Cubs defeat Detroit in the World Series.
01:24:30:00 - 01:26:41:00
45 Baseball Heroes - Cobb, Wagner, and Johnson. Ty Cobb batting and in front of dugout. Cobb honored by fans in Detroit in 1927 after he was traded to the Athletics. With Connie Mack, Cobb entertains Thomas Edison and almost has his head knocked off by Edison's line drive. Honus Wagner on coaching line. Wagner in action. Walter Johnson warming up. CU Johnson. Washington fans give Johnson a day in 1927, receives set of silver. Johnson as manager of the Senators.
01:26:44:00 - 01:32:00:00
47 Baseball and the Presidents - Part 1. The Wilson Era- Wilson throws out first ball. John McGraw of the New York Giants. 1920 World Series. Babe Ruth warming up underhand. Mgrs. Robinson and Speaker. Burleigh Grimes of the Robins. Indians score runs. Dense crowds leaving the park.
The Harding Era- Harding with Babe Ruth. Judge Landis. Crowds and animated scoreboard, very popular this era.
The Coolidge Era-Coolidge throws out first ball. Judge Landis. Jake Ruppert and Miller Huggins. Babe Ruth. Lou Gehrig. Gehrig hits a homer. Ruth hits a homer.
The Hoover Era- Hoover throws out first ball. Judge Landis. Joe McCarthy. Joe McCarthy and Connie Mack. Jimmy Foxx hits homers.
The Roosevelt Era- FRD (with Garner and Griffith) throws out first ball. Judge Landis. Will Rogers and Henry Ford, two loyal fans. 1934 All star game, Carl Hubbell strikes out American league greats. John Vandermeer pitches second consecutive no-hit game in 1938.
The Truman Era- Truman throws out first ball.
The Eisenhower Era- Ike throws out first ball.
01:32:09:00 - 01:33:44:00
50 San Francisco earthquake of 1906. Trolley, carriages, people in streets. Smoke, fire engine. People running. Collapsed side of building. Wreckage of house. People running. Navy and Marines bring in food, clothing and medical supplies. Mayor commandeers Army to guard banks against looting.
01:33:50:00 - 01:35:14:00
75 Wilson signs declaration of war. Lusitania, explosion at sea, ship sinking, battle action in Atlantic, United States Capitol shot.
01:35:20:00 - 01:36:45:00
77 Black Tom explosion causes multi-million dollar loss. Various scenes of explosion, smoke and flames from burning building. Shell after shell fired, resembling battlefield artillery. Shrapnel magazines catch fire and explode. Light illuminating countryside. U.S. secret service obtains documents left on a New York subway by German Attaché pointing to Germany's plans on sabotage signed by Ambassador Bernstorff and Captain Franz von Papen.
01:36:50:00 - 01:39:48:00
106 Jack Dempsey in the movies. Dempsey and sparring partners running to and past camera. Dempsey rowing boat. Dempsey sparring with Jack Keller as trainer looks on. Dempsey playing with youngsters. Dempsey applying make-up. Dempsey acting in movie scene. Movie name Daredevil Jack.
01:39:57:00 - 01:41:10:00
116 46th annual Kentucky Derby. Crowd shots. Horses with covers. Parade to post. They're off. Scenes of the race. The winning horse, Paul Jones ridden by jockey T. Rice. Paul Jones sired by Sea King and owned by R. Parr.
01:41:17:00 - 01:43:59:00
118 Olympic games in Belgium-1920. Air shots of Olympic grounds. King Albert and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium, to and past camera, CU of King Albert. Frank Loomis wins 400 meter hurdles for USA CU of Loomis. Guillemot of France wins 5,000 meter race: Nurmi of Finland is second. King Albert congratulates Guillemot. Britain wins tug-of-war event. The 10,000 meter walk is won by Ugo Frigerio of Italy. Dick Landon of the U.S.A. wins high-jump. CU of Landon. American soldiers in stands, American flag and members of Olympic committee.
01:44:06:00 - 01:45:11:00
173 Floyd Collins cave tragedy-Kentucky. Site of Sand Cavecave. People watching. National guardsmen, Red Cross station and nurses. Various shots of crowds watching. Newspaper man William Burke Miller wiggles into hole to interview Collins. Deceased when finally rescued. His body in a silver casket was placed on exhibition in Crystal Cave.
01:45:17:00 - 01:48:46:00
188 Florida Hurricane causes millions in damage. Scenes of Florida area before hurricane, palm trees, travel shot through country road, city street, hotel, boats, cars, busy street. Map of Florida, direction of hurricane. Scenes after hurricane, damaged areas. Wind-swept trees, angry waters, devastated streets, water sweeping away homes, people walking, more shots damaged areas. Worst storm in area since 1884. 38,000 homeless, 1,000 dead, $100,000,000 in damages.
01:48:49:00 - 01:52:57:00
189 Valentino's funeral causes riots. Scenes from The Sheik, body of Valentino lying in state, crowds, police outside funeral parlor, Pall-bearers, Pola Negri, heavily veiled enters car. Funeral procession, cars, crowds on streets. St. Malachy's church, New York City. Casket being carried, scenes from The Sheik.
01:53:05:00 - 01:56:27:00
211 World Series 1927. Game One: Crowd, Managers Donie Bush of the Pirates and Miller Huggins of the Yankees. Babe Ruth, Commissioner Landis, Mayor Walker of New York City, and Gov. Fisher of PA. Waite Hoyt pitches and unidentified batter hits ball. Lou Gerhig of Yankees hits triple which scores Babe Ruth. Shots of game in progress.
Game three: Starting pitchers Pennock and Meadows, the Waner Brothers of the Pirates, Admiral Plunkett throws out first ball, pan crowd in stands. Coombs leads off with a single for the Yankees, Gerhig triples to drive in two runs, but Lou is out trying to stretch hit into home run. Babe Ruth hits a home run for Yankees, crowd, CU of Babe Ruth, crowd after game.
01:56:41:00 - 01:57:47:00
218 Jackie Coogan wears first long pants. Chicago Ill. LS Jackie Coogan on platform, crowds in F.G. MS Jackie. Cheering and waving crowds. Ms Jackie Coogan on ladder. More waving crowds.
01:57:56:00 - 01:59:14:00
222 Spirit of St. Louis in Smithsonian. Wing removed. Shot of wing. Name Spirit of St. Louis on nose of plane. Instruments that guided Lindbergh. CU of motor.
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228 Kentucky Derby 54th at Churchill Downs. Horses on parade to post. They're off. The race. High shot of Reigh Count with fans looking on holding umbrellas. CU Reigh Count and jockey C. Lang.
02:01:58:00 - 02:03:53:00
239 Vesuvius Erupts. Various scenes of smoldering earth. Hot lava running down mountain side. Animals wandering down from mountain side. Villagers sitting on ground watching. Mothers and children eating on ground after leaving homes.
02:04:03:00 - 02:05:35:00
254 Graff Zeppelin sets record. Long, medium shots of Graff Zeppelin over Lakehurst N.J. Close shot of Zeppelin. Crews working on Zeppelin mooring mast. More varied views. Crews walk ship into hangar. Crowds.
02:05:39:00 - 02:09:35:00
285 Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1932. The Los Angeles coliseum, pan of crowd, V.P. Curtis and others enter and wave to crowd. V.P. Curtis opens the games. (sound) Parade of nations is led by Greece, the US team. Dorothy Poynton of US does running swan dive (wins platform diving title), crowd, pool, Miss Poynton speaks. Harold Smith wins men's platform diving title for USA, crowd. In women's 100 meter freestyle, Helene Madison of US wins: 1:06:8, a new Olympic record. Miss Madison speaks. Michael Galitzen of US wins the men's springboard dive with 161.38 points. First he does a full gainer, then a two and a half forward somersault. Marathon race begins. Runners leave stadium, running through Los Angeles streets. At 19 mi. mark in 26 mi. race they have lunch. Back in the stadium the winner Juan Zabala of Argentina in record time of 2:31:36.
02:09:44:00 - 02:10:54:00
John Dillinger Hunted. Dillinger and men behind bars, long shot of the Crown Point, Indiana jail from which Dillinger escaped. The alley along which he fled. Dillinger took the Sheriff's car from a nearby garage, riding away with the garage man as hostage. Two cars seen leaving the garage. CU of garageman, Edwin Sager. LS hideout where Dillinger was captured in January, army of policemen surrounding Dillinger in car in Chicago. CU of Dillinger and sheriff Lillian Holley, CU Dillinger. Dillinger behind bars.
02:11:04:00 - 02:12:38:00
341 Albert Einstein speaks on Nazism. CU Einstein speaking on need of assisting refugees.
02:12:48:00 - 02:14:51:00
355 Winter Olympics in 1938. Elevation shot of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Olympic posters in street of town. Train arriving. Olympic visitors get off train. Two shots of town streets. Inside the Olympic stadium, snow falling heavily. Fans. Chancellor Hitler shaking hands. Teams parading. Team in white gives Olympic salute (similar to Nazi salute). Marching feet. Teams parading. Hitler reviewing teams of 28 nations. Austrian types parading. Hitler. US team parading. Olympic torch. Teams playing hockey, no specific identification, in hockey the British team finished first, Canada second and the US third, Britain was accused of using a ringer on their team. General view of ski area. Various scenes of unidentified skiers in action.
02:15:00:00 - 02:17:18:00
356 Berlin Olympics open in 1936. Torch runner past camera, one of the runners from seven countries who carried torch from Greece to Germany for Berlin Olympics. Torch runner to camera. HS crowd at Lustgarten. Pan crowd. HS people lining up. Torch bearer. Lighted bowl. Flags of 52 competing nations. Olympic stadium. Chancellor Hitler arrives with group. Crowd saluting. American team arrives, they salute with straw hat held to heart. CU American flag. American flag raised. Crowd saluting (Olympic salute). Teams lined up on field. Three thousand white pigeons released. Torch bearer up stadium steps and lights stadium flame. MS and CU of stadium flame which will burn for the duration of the 16 day Olympiad.
02:17:24:00 - 02:20:14:00
Action at the Berlin Olympics. LS stadium. Crowds entering stadium. Jesse Owens ready for start of 200. The 200 meter dash. Crowd. Owens walks to camera. View of the top three winners saluting, Owens in center. Shots of two pole vaulters going over bar. Slow motion of Earle Meadows of USA, the winner, over bar, lands. Racers ready for start of hurdles. The hurdles race won by Forrest Towns of USA. Semi-CU of Little Jack Lovelock of New Zealand getting ready for the 1,500 meter race, the Olympic mile. Two shots of Glenn Cunningham of USA preparing for same race. The race, won by Lovelock. CU
Lovelock putting on sweater. Lovelock and Cunningham shaking hands. Men poised for start and then the start of the 400 meter race. Race is won by Archie Williams of USA, in close finish with Godfrey Brown of Great Britain. LS Olympic pool. Dick Degener of USA diving, wins the springboard diving event. Al Green does back dive, he is one of runners up (also USA). Dive in slow motion by Marshall Wayne of USA who finishes second to Degener. LS of pool.
02:20:22:00 - 02:23:28:00
366 World Series 1936. First game, four players including Yankee rookie star Joe Di Maggio(second from left) turn around to reveal numbers 1936. The Mayor and Mrs. LaGuardia root for both New York teams. George Raft, Babe Ruth and ex-Mayor Jimmy Walker are at the game (sound). Carl Hubbell pitches and George Selkirk hits home run for Yankees (3rd inning). Red Ruffing pitches and Dick Bartell of Giants hits homer (6th inning). Fans take cover from strong rain, there is question of the game continuing. 8th inning, Ruffing pitches, Travis Jackson hits sacrifice fly which allows Mel Ott to tag up and score from third base. 8th Inning, Carl Hubbell hits ground ball to Lazzeri who misses it, Mancuso rounds third base and comes in to score, Bill Dickey misses the relay to the plate allowing Whitehead to also score as the Giants wrap up game 6-1.
02:23:43:00 - 02:24:56:00
375 Hindenberg disaster. Air view of Hindenberg. Crew on catwalk. Unidentified crewman. Explosion. Burning ship falls to ground. People running in panic. Daylight scene, aftermath of wreckage.
02:25:04:00 - 02:26:50:00
406 England's King and Queen visit US. Motorcycle escort lead car with King George VI and Queen Elizabeth into New York World's Fair grounds. King and Queen walk around fair, crowds, King waves. King and queen pass exhibitions. King and Queen wave from balcony. King and Queen with Mr. And Mrs., Franklin D. Roosevelt at Hyde Park.
02:27:00:00 - 02:30:34:00
New York World's Fair opens in 1939. Trylon and Perisphere, opening day crowds, visitors walking, guides assisting people, Jack Dempsey walks past camera, various modes of transportation at fair, resting aching feet, boy enjoys drink of water, visitors eat lunch on Fair benches. Opening parade to the court of peace, Grover Whelan, President of the Fair Corporation arriving at Court of Peace to take
Part in opening ceremonies, Governor Herbert Lehman, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, John Roosevelt. First major television broadcast takes place at fair. President Roosevelt opens the fair(sound).
- Master Title:CF1787