BLOODY SUNDAY IN SELMA - HD The decisive moment from Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama, a pivotal event in the Civil Rights movement that led to the establishment of the Voting Rights Act. Led by Hosea Williams and John Lewis, the marchers approach the Edmund Pettus Bridge where they are blocked by state troopers. Commanding officer John Cloud orders them to disperse. The marchers remain still and the police advance forward and attack the marchers with billy clubs and tear gas to the cheers of onlookers. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: March 7, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:16:00, With Audio
EVANGELIST BILLY SUNDAY - 1930S Pro baseball player turned influential evangelist Billy Sunday delivers a passionate sermon on meaning of true wealth noting that, "America needs a tidal wave of the old time religion." Brother Sunday then urges everyone to, "Join me in a pledge that you will never rest until this whole God hating, Christ hating, whiskey soaked, Sabbath breaking, blaspheming infidel bootlegging old world is bound to the cross of Jesus Christ by its own chains of love."
BILLY SUNDAY PERFORMS MASS BAPTISM - 1930 Pro baseball player turned evangelist Billy Sunday performs a mass baptism of black parishioners dunking one after another under the water. It's hard to tell if some of the saved are dancing for joy or just don't like the water as they splash about.
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