- Title: FF75
04:00:00 - 04:05:00
1960s - man / woman in the street interviews on women's liberation movement. Turn of the century women going into factory; women working on factory assembly line. Women's suffragettes marching early 20th century. WWI battle scenes; WWI military hospital / nurses. Women suffragettes marching, being arrested. 1920 amendment ratified to allow women the right to vote. Statement of Cary Chapman.
04:05:00 - 04:10:00
Gertrude Atterly - the first woman to swim across the English Channel. Amelia Earhart. Women's football game. Prohibition - smashing bottles against wall; anti-prohibitionist holding axe. End of prohibition - rolling out the barrel; drinking beer. Soldiers going to WWII. Women training / military training; wartime production ( rosie the riveter). Women nurses on parade in New York, Mayor Laguardia looks on. 1960s college students walking on campus; int. college classroom / all women classroom.
04:10:00 - 04:15:00
Low angle New York buildings, Empire State Building. 1960s - VS secretaries typing / typewriters. 1960s - VS beauty parlour - applying make-up. 1960s - fashion photographer shooting model in studio. 1960s - women's liberation march in New York. 1960s - VS political conventions. Early 1970s - Betty Friedan; Bella Abzug; Gloria Steinham. Julie Price with Carl Albert at convention. Shirley Chisholm at convention. ZO from Capitol Building
- Master Title:SND: Ms. The Struggle for Women's Rights