ITALIAN PRINCE AND PRINCESS VISIT LIBYA - 2 Loyal Arab sheiks hail state visit of heir to throne. In Misda, Libya colonial subjects greet crown Prince Humbert at the edge of the desert with a native ritual of salutation. Colorfully bedecked tribe leaders offer a review and pageant, featured by gyrating dances, in honor of the future king and his bride on an African tour.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:33:00, No Audio
USC TROJANS DOWN NOTRE DAME IN FOOTBALL Notre Dame's Fighting Irish offer no excuses for their resounding defeat at the hands of the U.S.C. Trojans 13 to 0. The upset breaks Notre Dame's unbeaten streak before 101,000 fans in Los Angeles, California. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
BIG AL'S NEON SIGNS - SAN FRANCISCO Big Al's signs for its adult entertainment movie house featuring the x-rated films Deep Throat and The Devil In Miss Jones and strip club offer San Francisco patrons and tourists another kind of entertainment.
Date: November 30, 1981 - COLOR Source: Video: 1" Length: 00:00:20:00, No Audio
U.S. MARINES OFFER MEDICAL CARE TO VIETNAMESE VILLAGERS - 1965 U.S. Marines in Vietnam show a side to the war not often seen as they administer medical care to villagers. They are taking part in medical civic action projects (MEDCAPs) intended to offer assistance to villagers in hopes the people will turn against the Vietcong regime.
SAMUEL INSULL - FORTUNE TURNS Samuel Insull, utilities millionaire and co-founder of the company that would become General Electric talks about the turn his fortune has taken from coming to America with two hundred dollars and an offer for a job to, "Today I haven't that two hundred dollars or a job either." Mr. Insull amassed a fortune in utilities and transportation companies bringing cheap electricity to millions but lost everything in the Depression and was later accused of securities fraud. Insull was cleared of the charges but left America to live in France where he later died of a heart attack penniless.
STANLEY LUPINO, LADDIE CLIFF & MAX BAER IN 'OVER SHE GOES' - 1930S MUSICAL COMEDY In a scene from the musical comedy "Over She Goes" former heavyweight boxer turned actor Max Baer challenges Stanley Lupino making the generous offer of even letting Stanley have the first three punches. Stanley Lupino makes a quick combeback with, "I'm not worrying about the first three punches, it's the fourth" Stanley briefly consults with his friend Laddie Cliff about where he could hide before resigning himself to the fight only to hurt himself rather than Baer when he takes that first punch.
BOXERS MICHAEL SPINKS & GERRY COONEY Michael Spinks and Gerry Cooney both talk during a press conference on their upcoming match. Spinks was stripped of his IBF crown for refusing to fight their mandatory challenger accepting a higher offer to fight Gerry Cooney in a nontitle bout instead. Spinks knocked Cooney out in five rounds
Date: April 15, 1987 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:13:00, No Audio
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