WILDFIRES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Fire fighters spray huge amounts of water from a hose on wildfires during heavy winds. They work to save a home that is on fire. Satellite images from NASA show where the fires and the smoke they are creating in Southern California.
Date: November 17, 2008 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:30:00, No Audio
SCENES FROM COMEDY FILMS "THE GANG'S ALL HERE" & "OVER SHE GOES" - 1930S In a hilarious scene from the British comedy "The Gang's All Here" Jack Buchanan and movie villian Jack LaRue trade blows before LaRue punches Buchanan knocking him into a chair. Googie Withers comes to the rescue by climbing up on a chair behind LaRue then hitting him on the head with a vase which fells the bad guy. Cut to another movie starring comedic actors Stanley Lupino and Laddie Cliff trying to talk to former heavyweight boxer turned actor Max Baer who dwarfs them.
JACK BUCHANAN, GOOGIE WITHERS & EDWARD EVERETT HORTON IN "THE GANG'S ALL HERE." - 1 Edward Everett Horton strides into Googie Withers and Jack Buchanan's bedroom with a vase of flowers. The couple is obviously not happy to see him and the prospect of having to wake up and leave the luxury and warmth of their beds. The three were starring in the British comedy "The Gang's All Here" which was released in America under the title "The Amazing Mr. Forrest aka The Big Steal."
CRAIG FORREST Former net minder for Canada's Men's National Soccer team, Craig Forrest, stands in net at a charity event. Film clips from the independent feature "Bend it Like Beckham" are shown. (Film clips require additional licensing.)
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Date: September 30, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:25:00, With Audio
JACK BUCHANAN, GOOGIE WITHERS & EDWARD EVERETT HORTON IN "THE GANG'S ALL HERE." In "The Gang's All Here" Jack Buchanan and Googie Withers talk together in their bedroom when they are suddenly interrupted by Edward Everett Horton sticking his head in the room as he holds a vase of flowers. The 1939 British comedy was also titled The Amazing Mr. Forrest aka The Big Steal for its release in America.
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