1960S NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION - 2 A man using a 1960s era photoengraver for a major newspaper publisher. A photoengraver is a huge camera used to produce a glass negative, which is used to print a photo on to a newspaper.
HOLLYWOOD MOVIE SET In one stunning tracking shot, the camera moves across a classic, 1940's movie set, showing the actors and crew posed as if ready to begin a take. Images in this one shot include actor Paul Lees with an unknown glamorous actress (both smoking cigarettes), the boom operator, a "script girl" and the movie camera.
FILMING OF "A FOREIGN AFFAIR" Actor Paul Leeds takes a young woman into Paramount's Stage 5 to get a glimpse of the filming of "A Foreign Affair." Wonderful, staged tracking shot on the set contains images of the actors (both performing for the camera and watching off-camera) and camera crew on the set. Performing for the camera are actors Jean Arthur, John Lund and Marlene Dietrich (seen behind Arthur and Lund in a reflection).
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