1920S DANCING & SPEAKEASY Footage features 1920s dancing: A black man performs soft shoe, couples do the charleston, marathon dancers fall asleep, and a musical revue. During the height of prohibition, alcohol flows freely at a speakeasy.
PROHIBITION ENDS - ROOSEVELT SIGNS LAW Prohibition ends, Roosevelt signs law permitting sale of beer and wine. Governor Smith of New York is given first case of Budweiser beer to be delivered in state of New York. "Happy Days are here again."
BOOTLEGGING Under cover of darkness containers are off-loaded from a schooner onto a rowboat and carried onshore by men. Men are seen carrying what look like oil canisters, loading them into a building; contents of canisters are decanted into bottles.
PROHIBITION CRACKDOWN - 1 Two men pouring alcohol from huge vats and one man shooting holes in alcohol barrels during Prohibition-era crackdowns. Alcohol pours onto the floor and spouts from the kegs. Heavy smoke suggests fire or a fierce battle. Shooting images could also be used as a shoot-out.
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