SOLDIERS SING FOR HITLER Pan slowly across ranks of Nazi soldiers, all looking left, singing in unison. Buglers with instruments raised play the first notes of the melody. Two shots show Hitler, standing on a reviewing stand and in CU.
BERLIN SENDS OFF THE BOYS In Berlin at the start of WW I, troops, some on horseback, parade down city streets. Onlookers wave and cheer. One shot shows a daschund wearing a dog-sized pointy Prussian helmet. A woman leads a group of young soldiers in song. Another young woman pins a flower on a gruff soldier's lapel. Helmeted soldiers board a troop train.
MICHAEL STIPE Michael Stipe: Images from REM's 2003 music video project "Bad Day" shows Stipe mimicking / parodying TV news anchors. Stipe speaks to an entertainment reporter about the song and video. (Video clips require additional licensing.)
PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO AND AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS AND REPORTS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Date: September 30, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:46:00, With Audio
LOU RAWLS SINGS ST. LOUIS BLUES Lou Rawls descends a stairway into a cellar nightclub and sings St. Louis Blues. The nightclub is decorated with a variety of masks and populated with eclectically wardrobed dancers of varying ability. Kitschy production, good song.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:27:00, No Audio
KITSCHY FIVE CARD STUD SONG Merle Kilgore lip-syncs the song Five Card Stud as the lyric is acted out in a tacky western setting. A middle-aged cowboy enters a bar and orders a drink as three dancehall girls shake it up atop the bar. The cowboy plays poker with a younger man as other cigar-smoking men watch. The other man deals cards and they stare each other down, before the middle aged cowboy abruptly departs. Cut back and forth throughout to Kilgore and the dancehall girls. Hilariously kitschy.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:03:07:00, No Audio
TONY CURTIS & CRIPPLED KIDS 1968 March of Dimes celebrity spokesman Tony Curtis, looking very mod in collarless jacket, recites a maudlin poem about birth defects while accompanying cutaways show adorable, disabled children coping with braces and crutches.
KITSCHY TOREADOR SONG A woman pretending to play guitar sings the melodramatic Toreador as a man dressed in bullfighters clothes and two women in Spanish-style dresses attempt to flamenco and evoke an Iberian aesthetic. Hilariously kitschy.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:49:00, No Audio
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