CHILDREN PLAYING WITH DOLLS Mattel's Polly Pocket's logo. A child's fingers put two flower magnets together. A child's hand puts a magnetic dress onto a small doll. Three young girls play with the small dolls. A small toy dress with a magnet inside. A small hand with a doll and a magnet that has fallen off of the doll. A young girl puts a Polly Pocket doll into a toy blanket accessory. A child's hand attaches a doll by its feet to another accessory. A selection of Polly Pocket playsets that have been recalled due to magnets falling off the toys.
Date: November 21, 2006 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:20:00, No Audio
MOTHER OF 8 HAS QUADRUPLETS Dr. John Tucker comes out of the Lasley home holding up four fingers announcing that Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lasley have quadruplets to add to their eight. The babies pose for their pictures.
PORTABLE GPS SYTEMS FOR AUTOMOBILES There is a portable GPS system mounted on the windshield of a vehicle. A man's fingers program the buttons. From inside the vehicle, a man drives while the GPS directs him. The Garmin Nuvi 350 model of portable GPS is mounted on the windshield and shows maps giving directions while wiper blades swing back and forth on the windshield.
Date: July 7, 2006 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:12:00, No Audio
MELISSA VIRUS SUSPECT NAMED The Atty. Gen. of N.J. fingers a man suspected of creating the Melissa virus. A young man sits in front of a computer, typing at keyboard. CU of keyboard. Numerous shots of of screens, some CU, displaying warnings about the virus. Shot of the attorney general making his announcement. The suspect appears in a still photo, in a mug shot kind of format.
Date: 1999 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:14:00, No Audio
MOTORCYCLE RACE PREPARATIONS Before a motorcycle race in Laconia, New Hampshire, mechanics in white overalls make adjustments on the cycles. Various shots of a road crowded with busy people and motorcycles. With three minutes to go, stripe shirted official holds up three fingers. Three shots of waiting spectators show them on the side of the road and watching from branches of a big tree.
THE BABE'S LEGENDARY CALLED SHOT Narration incorrectly identifies footage as Babe Ruth's mythic called shot home run during the 1932 World Series, though it's actually generic home run footage. An insert shot of fingers pointing is followed by the Babe hitting a homer. The crowd goes wild as Babe circles the base
TWEETY VS. ABBOTT & COSTELLO Classic cartoon with Ab bott and Costello-style cats trying to catch Tweety Bird. Costello cat bounces up to Tweety's perch and Tweety says I tawt I taw a putty tat, then hits him with a club. Cat comes up with a birdcage, army helmet, gun, and diving helmet, but Tweety foils him with club, waterpistol, or dynamite. Cat falls down and goes boom. Then Abbott explodes dynamite under Costello to send him up higher. Costello hangs onto a wire with one hand, Tweety pulls his fingers off, throws him a rope, then ties other end of rope to an anvil, which falls on Costello and sends him deep into the ground, pulling the ground in after him.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:48:00, No Audio
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