1952 WORLD SERIES HIGHLIGHTS Exterior shot of Ebbets Field, highlights of game 7 of the 1952 World Series. Pee Wee Reese singles home a run for Brooklyn, Mickey Mantle homers for the Yankees, Billy Martin makes a lunging catch of Jackie Robinson's pop up. The Yankees mob each other while running off the field after winning the series. Brooklyn manager Charlie Dressen congratulates Yankee skipper Casey Stengel in the clubhouse. Lots of crowd scenes
IN AND AROUND DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN Light sparkles off the East River as a small boat moves past the Brooklyn Bridge. Quick shots show traffic in downtown Brooklyn, the tower of Borough Hall, an urban neighborhood with the Manhattan skyline in the distance and the courthouse at Cadman Plaza.
ETHNICITY OF BROOKLYN, USA Pedestrians crossing the street and a view of the Manhattan skyline, the diverse ethnicity of Brooklyn is represented by store signs in various languages (Spanish, Arabic, etc.) and a Native American peace pipe ceremony.
NYC ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW Thousands gather at New York City's annual flower show, which welcomes them with gorgeous flowers and the promise of Spring. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
NYC WELCOMES BARNUM & BAILEY'S CIRCUS The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus opens in New York City's Madison Square. Children and their families alike are thrilled by clowns, elephants, big cats and acrobats and more.
EAST & WEST COAST HORSE RACING The Suburban Handicap at New York's Aqueduct Racetrack sees Kelso beaten by Iron Peg in a very close race. At a Hollywood Park race across the country South Africa's Colorado King scores his first U.S. victory by six lengths.
CHILD'S PLAY AT THE NEW YORK WORLD FAIR New York's World Fair is a joy particularly for the youngsters who have their own exhibit at Atomsville, U.S.A. and a lost children's bureau where their parents can be rounded up and returned to them.
USS FORRESTALL WELCOMES VISITORS The USS Forrestal aircraft carrier holds a visitor's day while docked in New York City. Some 40,000 visitors young and old alike board the giant ship to see the sights.
ALL-STAR GAME OF 1964 The 35th All-Star baseball game gets under way at New York's Shea Stadium. The teams continually tie until the 9th inning when Johnny Callison hits a fast ball into the right field scoring three home runs and the game 7-4 for the National League.
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