WATTS RIOTS OF 1965 - SCENES OF VIOLENCE The 1965 Watts riots turn deadly as police and residents fight. Police attempt to round up protestors and an officer searches the battered and lifeless body of a black man. Such scenes became almost commonplace during the turbulent sixties as social injustices and racial tension sparked riots in nearly every major city.
WATTS RIOTS OF 1965 - POLICE DISARM SUSPECT Two police officers take a young black man into custody during the Watts riots. One of the officers notices they are being filmed and says something to the other officer who holds up a gun confiscated from the suspect.
DETROIT RIOTS OF 1967 A police officer with his back to the camera holds his rifle ready as he moves to the middle of a riot torn Detroit city street. In 1967 Detroit's race riots would prove to be even more deadly than those in Watts. Cut to three men running across a street at night.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Video: 3/4" Length: 00:00:06:00, No Audio
WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN TONY SNOW ON GUANTANAMO BAY White house spokesman Tony Snow holds a press conference regarding not closing down Guantanamo Bay detainment camp following allegations of torture of detainees. "This will not mean closing down Guantanamo. There's nothing in this opinion that dictates closing down Guantanamo."
Date: June 29, 2006 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:10:00, With Audio
NO HOLDS BARRED WRESTLING MATCH - 1930S A 1930s no-holds barred wrestling match that would do the WWE proud combines the fight with wild acrobatic stunts as the fighters flip each other around the ring. Ladies and gentlemen watch the sport seated in seperate sections of the arena.
JACK BUCHANAN, GOOGIE WITHERS & EDWARD EVERETT HORTON IN "THE GANG'S ALL HERE." In "The Gang's All Here" Jack Buchanan and Googie Withers talk together in their bedroom when they are suddenly interrupted by Edward Everett Horton sticking his head in the room as he holds a vase of flowers. The 1939 British comedy was also titled The Amazing Mr. Forrest aka The Big Steal for its release in America.
HAIL STORM IN GERMANY Hail stones as big as tennis balls pelt southwestern Germany. Hand held footage of hail stones coming down and bouncing on green lawns as they hit the ground. A hand holds four hail stones to show their size.
Date: June 29, 2006 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:21:00, No Audio
G.K. CHESTERTON HOLDS COURT - 1930S Influential English author Gilbert Keith (G.K.) Chesterton talks to a large crowd gathered around him holding his trademark canesword. Mr. Chesterton was sometimes called "The Prince of Paradox" for his writing style and was good friends with Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw.
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