DEWEY AND TRUMAN CAMPAIGN - 1 Images of Harry S. Truman and Thomas E. Dewey campaigning for President in 1948. Dewey making a speech to a large crowd from the back of a train. Dewey gesturing dramatically as he speaks. Heroic, low-angle shots of Truman speaking to crowds. Shot of huge crowd attending a rally. Ordinary Americans of all ages, attending the speeches. Includes excellent images of children, older people and farmer types. Also includes one image of a little boy, in a woman's arms, who is holding an American flag. Dewey and Truman receiving gifts from various cities, including a line of fish and a bunch of flowers. POV shots of the crowd taken from the moving campaign train.
PASSENGER POV - FAST FORWARD SCENES FROM A ROAD TRIP Passenger POV holding a camera and doing wild shots of scenery interspersed with interior shots of the SUV he is riding in. The images are very jumbled and presented in fast forward motion and depict cows, trees, sunlight, a woman standing at a rest stop and a pond with ducks and fish.
Date: 2000s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:11:00, No Audio
ROLLING STONES PERFORM / FORMULA 1 RACING POV WS of Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones performing on stage. Mick wears a flashy blue satin shirt. Wide angle fish eye lens of the Molson Indy track as the green flag is waved for the Formula1 F1 race cars. Cars jockey for track position along Lakeshore Boulevard in Toronto. Camera view from inside the front windshield of a Formula1 F1 race car in competition (car cam).
PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO AND AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS AND REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Date: July 15, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:18:00, With Audio
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