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LBJ On  Selma
Title:
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Summary: Universal Newsreel
Story No: G04343
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 15/03/1965 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr. , Lyndon Johnson
Subscription:

Story 11, LBJ ON SELMA story, 200 UN 38 R 22, b/w, sound

01:33:29- GVS OFJOINT CONGRESS

01:33:40- marches in Canada in support of Selma demonstration

01:334:26- Gvs of Selma- marchers

01:34:50- Martin Luther King leads marchers

01;36:13- marchers pray- and return to Selma

In a move almost without precedent, President Johnson addresses a joint session of Congress to push a voting rights bill aimed at ending discrimination.

The President referred to the events in Selma, Alabama, as "An American tragedy" and throughout the nation there were marches through the streets of towns and cities.

In New York's Harlem more than 15,000 - half of them white - filed somberly through the streets in quiet, but agonized protest.

It was in memory of the Reverend James J. Reeb, who was clubbed to death in Selma.

Meanwhile, in that small, southern town, violence had become a way of life. Dr. Martin Luther King leads several thousand marchers in a demonstration for the registration of Negroes.

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USA MARTIN LUTHER KING
Title:
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Summary: CAN 441MARTIN LUTHER KING LEADS MARCH IN SELMA
Story No: z057237
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 15/02/1965 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Civil Rights activist Martin Luther King led a group of black marchers, estimated at nearly 1300, today at Dallas County Courthouse in Selma Alabama, in order to register to vote

+++VOICED PIECE+++

1. ms Martin Luther King and collegaue leading march

2. ms marchers along

3. cu old man

4. cu King

5. ms deputy sherif indicating to King for the marchers to form a queue

6. tracking shot along queue

7. interior Dallas County Courthouse, ms registrar seated, taking applicant's details

8. cu woman signing register

9. cu King speaking with woman

10. cu trooper's helmet, with Southern Confederate flag emblem

Film: Pos - Sound: Opt/SOF - B&W - NYFilm: a0012965 - LN Number: No - Available in HD

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USA SELMA PROTESTS
Title:
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Summary: CAN 433 MARTIN LUTHER KING LEADS CIVIL PROTESTS IN ALABAMA
Story No: z057251
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 21/01/1965 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Martin Luther King is arrested whilst on a March in Selma alabama. King also makes a speech in Brown Chapel AME Church. Mayor of Selma Joe Smitherman gives a press conference.

1. ws civil rights protesters marching along path

2. ms on Selma Sherriff Jim Clark walks up to the march headed by Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King SOUNDBITE: English Clark states that everybody in the march is under arrest for parading without a permit

3. ws of line of protesters

4. cu civil rights protester talking to man

5. ws pan right of protesters sitting down

6. ws protesters sat down

7. ms protesters including King stand up

8. ms Clark walking ahead of King and other protesters

9. ws line of protesters cross road

10. various as marchers walk directed by police

11. ws marchers walk in to Dallas County Courthouse over seen by Clark and King

12. various as protesters walk in to building

13. ms the clocks on side of courthouse they read 12.21

14. various as protesters are taken away in school buses

15. various as a line of people approach courthouse two are stopped by a police officer

16. ms inside building man signing in at desk with police officer

17. ws line of people outside building

18. cu police officer at top of steps talking

19. various as people wait outside building

20. various showing large queue and people standing outside building

21. ws a man is searched by police

22. ws as man is taken away down alley followed by many police

23. various a line of people walk in to shop

24. cu on sign reading 'Carter Walgreen Agency Drugs'

25. various as people are led out of the drug store

26. various of Mayor of Selma Joe Smitherman giving press conference SOUNDBITE: English Smitherton says King's name wrong instead saying a racial slur before correcting himself and talks about the recent protests in Selma before describing himself as a segregationist

27. ms group of marchers walking

28. ws people crossing road with pan left

29. ms a group of police standing together

30. ws a large group of people standing outside a building

31. ms civil rights protester go in to building

32. ws police officer walking along queue of people

33. ws man and police officers walking along pavement

34. ws pan right school bus carrying protesters passes

35. ws of Brown Chapel AME Church with people walking inside

36. ms Martin Luther King exiting car

37. ms as King moves through crowd

38. ms people clapping inside the church

39. cu on King making speech SOUNDBITE: English talks about the importance of African Americans gaining the vote as well as achieving economic and social equity and the importance of the non violent approach

*Date Is Approximate

Film: Pos - Sound: Opt SOF - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN17593 - Available in HD

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SELMA ALABAMA ARRESTS
Title:
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Summary: CAN 464 MARTIN LUTHER KING LEADS CIVIL RIGHTS PROTESTS IN ALABAMA
Story No: z057645
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 15/01/1965 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Various showing civil rights process in Selma, Alabama as many are arrested outside the Selma Courthouse and Martin Luther King is released from Jail. Also seen here are Selma Sheriff Jim Clark and US Congressman for Detroit Charles Diggs

1. various press pack crossing road

2. ms a protest leader and a Selma Sheriff Clark converse outside Selma courthouse and police officer reads him an act SOUNDBITE: English Clark and protester argue before protest leader turns the lead the group in prayer before entering jail

3. various as protesters enter courthouse

4. ws with pan right as people exit court and walk down street

5. various as interview US Congressman Diggs of Detroit

6. various of people going in to jail

7. various a crowd outside the back of jail building and Civil Rights Leader King walks towards the cameras and is stopped by the press and asked questions by journalists SOUNDBITE: English King answers questions on his jail experience and talks about the voting difficulties in Alabama

8. various of King and entourage outside building

9. various of civil rights protesters walking on path

10. ms police sitting on motorbikes

11. various of protesters marching

12. cu accidental camera left on and swings

13. various protest leader and Sheriff Clark outside of courthouse as the sheriff reads law to protester

14. ws line of protesters

15. ms civil rights leader saying prayer

16. ms line of protesters praying

17. various protesters walking in to courthouse

18. various groups of police stand by Dallas County Courthouse

19. cu on camera man filming

20. ws building with a line of people standing outside

21. ws people standing by State Trooper car

22. ws group of police guards standing

23. various protesters walking along path

24. ws clock on courthouse

25. various protesters walk to courthouse

26. various protesters with placards stand outside courthouse

27. ms three people standing and talking on pavement

28. various of police on road in front of courthouse

29. ws protesters outside of court

30. various people watch outside courthouse

31. ws people crossing road

32. ws police ride down road on motorbikes

33. ws a police officer stood behind a row of cars talks in to the microphone to protesters

34. various protesters standing in street and holding placards

***BLANK SCREEN***

35. ms little boy with other protesters in background walking on march

36. ws protesters walking down road

37. ws police stand outside warehouse type building with pan left to see protesters marching with police accompanying them

38. various protesters head in to building

39. ws of police car with microphones on top with pan left to building with protesters in

*Date is Approximate*

Film: Pos - Sound: Opt SOF/Trk - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN17667 - Available in HD

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Universal Lived Clipreel: Part 18
Title:
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Summary: Black Vote And Students, JFK
Story No: X00120
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Black American Registering To Vote

JFK Sends Federal Troops To University Of Miss. After Governor

Refuses Admission To Black Students

Governor Wallace Attempts To Prevent Registration Of Black

Students At University Of Alabama

Kennedy Speaks On Civil Rights

Largest Civil Rights Demonstration In Washington, D.C

Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream Speech"

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Universal People Clipreel: Part 20
Title:
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Summary: Martin Luther King, Jr., Civil Rights Workers Deaths And Investigation
Story No: X00144
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Disappearance Of Three Civil Rights Workers In The South

James Palmer (Court Director)

Courtroom Sketch Of Missing Civil Rights Worker

Investigation Of Missing Civil Rights Workers

Coroner'S Report On Found Bodies Of Civil Rights Workers

Funeral Of Civil Rights Workers

Investigation/Arrests Of Suspected Killers Of Civil Rights Workers

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USA MARCH
Title:
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Summary: SYND 13 5 68 POOR PEOPLES MARCH ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON
Story No: z050951
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/05/1968 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Poor people's march arrives in Washington as part of the Poor People's Campaign instigated by Martin Luther King. The campaign addressed the issues of economic justice and housing for the poor in the United States.

1. ms Greyhound coaches arriving

2. ms onlookers

3. ms spectators, 1 white girl, 2 black lean out of window

4. ms black marcher looking out from bus

5. ms Greyhound coaches pulling in

6. ws and pan along coaches

7. ms passengers disembark

8. vs marchers getting their equipment together

9. ms elderly woman being helped along

10. vs marchers moving off with their belongings

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: a0050480 - LN Number: LN4979 - Available in HD

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US POOR MARCH
Title:
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Summary: SYND 12 5 68 POOR MARCH PREPARATIONS
Story No: z055286
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/05/1968 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

On the eve of the arrivals of the poor march in Washington a contingent from New England arrived in New York.

1. vs march past camera

2. cu placard reading "end oppressing poor people"

3. vs marchers up the street and assemble for rally

4. ws marchers arriving with flag

5. ms singers

6. ws marchers listening and clapping

7. ws platform

8. ms and pan of crowd

9. ms crowd and banner "I have a dream"

10. ws platform - speaker banner of Martin Luther King

11. vs of crowd

12. mcu bucket inscribed "please help door people camping"

13. ws Ralph Abernathy other speakers and leaders on platform

14. ws crowd

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: a0050485 - LN Number: LN4970 - Available in HD

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USA MARTIN LUTHER KING LYING IN STATE
Title:
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Summary: SYND 8 4 68 BODY OF MARTIN LUTHER KING LYING IN STATE IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA
Story No: z055150
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/04/1968 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr. , Coretta Scott King
Subscription:

Body of Martin Luther King lying in state in Atlanta, Georgia.

1. various of long queues on street

2. various of King's widow, Coretta Scott King by the coffin

3. various of people helping a man who collapsed over the coffin

4. ms Coretta and children by the coffin

5. various of a fainted woman carried into a car

6. ms people outside

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN4537 - Available in HD

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USA MARTIN LUTHER KING
Title:
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Summary: SYND 04/11/67 MARTIN LUTHER KING RELEASED FROM JAIL
Story No: z049760
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/11/1967 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

US civil rights leader Martin Luther King has been released from Alabama jail

1. ms of King leaving jail

2. ms of King waving

3. ms of crowd waiting

4. ms of King singing

5. cu of girl in crowd singing, pan across crowd singing

6. mcu of King speaking

7. cu of supporter singing

8. ms King walkingwith entourage

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: a0045505, F03045 - LN Number: ln2257 - Available in HD

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USA BUNCHE MLK
Title:
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Summary: CAN964 RALPH BUNCHE WELCOMES MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR
Story No: z072683
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 16/04/1967 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr. , Andrew Young
Subscription:

Ralphe Bunche welcomes Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) and his fellows to the United Nations.

**Cuts of a0040596

1. has police cordon blocks off large crowd of demonstrators

2. elevated demonstrating youth with placards along

3. bs photographers and cameramen

4. ms MLK, Andrew Young, Reverend Ralph Abernathy and party entering gate to the UN, toward and into building

5. ms LMK and party welcomed by Ralphe Bunche

6. vs of MLK and party sitting and talking with various mcu and cu of MLK

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN30288 - Available in HD

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USA MISSISSIPPI MARCH
Title:
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Summary: CAN795 CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH IN PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI
Story No: z066742
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 22/06/1966 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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Dr Martin Luther King leads a Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) march in Philadelphia, Mississippi. The marchers carry signs commemorating three murdered CORE field workers: James Chaney, Andrew Woodman and Michael Schwerner. White truck drivers intimidate the civil rights marchers as they gather near the County Jailhouse and Mr Ralph Abernathy speaks and leads the marchers in prayer.

1. ms road

2. mcu legs

3. SOUNDBITE: (English) mcu pan black and white marchers, some wearing CORE t-shirts, sing and hold US flag and signs reading 'James Chaney', 'Andrew Woodman' and 'Michael Schwerner'

4. mcu tracking shot Martin Luther King (MLK) marching

5. mcu MLK marching with James Chaney sign behind

6. mcu black family watch march from porch

7. ms MLK and Abernathy marching

8. SOUNDBITE: (English) mcu tracking shot party marching, interviewer asks MLK about the upcoming rally and voter registration drive in Indianola 9. and about difficulties encountered by Civil Rights campaigners in the state of Mississippi

10. ws singing marchers cross railway tracks

11. SOUNDBITE: (English) ws marchers chanting; zoom out to show MLK passing by

12. ws pan car passes and screeches brakes near protesters

13. ms pan convertible car and police car passing

14. ws water tower with Philadelphia, Mississippi lettering; tilt down zoom out to singing marchers passing

15. ws white men watch marchers pass

16. ws car swerves towards marchers

17. ws white men and boys watch march

18. ms out of focus

19. SOUNDBITE: (English) ms pan screams as police car turns

20. ws police car drives off from column of marchers

21. mcu tilt down pan marchers pick up and carry injured black male wearing a CORE t-shirt

22. ms man being carried through crowd

23. ms County Jail building; pan to police officers, MLK, Abernathy and others

24. SOUNDBITE: (English) mcu MLK and Abernathy speak to marchers standing with their backs to police officers

25. mcu pan trucks and cars driven by white drivers beep their horns and pass by as protesters sing "Old Freedom"

26. SOUNDBITE: (English) mcu Abernathy: "We do not intend to stay all day, because we have other places to go and other things to do, but we are not going to continue to be interrupted by these trucks, and by all this noise. So if we have to stay all day then we'll just have to stay all day, and block up the whole street and the whole Jailhouse and everything else. We didn't intend to stay here, and we don't want to stay here, we want to be prayerful and worshipful now. But let us, let that, let the policeman move that car out of the way and stop that noise so we can get on with our process. That's all we want - an orderly process. We are going to be orderly, and we expect these police officers of the great sovereign state of Mississippi to see to it that we have protection. Isn't that what we want?" Crowd: "Yeah"; zoom in "Right, now are we are ready for the scripture... [reads from the Bible]"

27. mcu MLK and others kneel down

28. SOUNDBITE: (English) ms Abernathy reads a prayer while marchers kneel

Film: Pos - Sound: Opt SOF - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: No - Available in HD

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Instant Library 1965: Part 3
Title:
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Summary: Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam, Anti-Vietnam, Civil Rights, LA Riots, French Elections
Story No: X00258
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1965 00:00 AM
People: Lyndon Johnson , Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

8. Inauguration of Lyndon Johnson. Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as the 36th President of the United States of America on January 20th 1965.

MS of Lyndon Johnson taking oath

MS of Lyndon Johnson taking oath

CU of Johnson

MS of Johnson

9. American troops arrive in Vietnam, 190,000 in Vietnam by the end of the year. President Johnson sends the first troops, 3,500 US Marines, to Da Nang to help protect the sprawling airbase against guerrilla attack.

GV of troops lined up in amphibious landing

MS as troops disembark carrying kit

MS of Vietnamese general exiting helicopter

MS of helicopter taking-off

GV as helicopter lands in field and others prepare to take off

GV of three soldiers reading map and pan of helicopter flying away

GV of black smoke and helicopters in distance

CU of mounted gun in helicopter, with aerial view of land background

GV of armed soldiers marching

GV of soldiers in clearing

MS of two soldiers helping injured soldier

MS of two soldiers wading through chest height water, with one supporting his rifle above his head

MS of soldiers feet marching through deep mud, tilt up to MS of soldiers

MS of Vietnamese soldiers jumping from aircraft

GV of soldiers falling with open parachutes

CU of gunfire

LS of fighter plane

Various of gunfire

LS of fighter plane dropping artillery

MS of dead bodies lying in sand

Pan of dead bodies

MS of soldier with rifle over his soldier, hundreds of dead bodies cover the floor in background

GV of "My Cath", floating restaurant

MS as soldiers carry an injured man, and a dead body covered with a bloodstained sheet, on stretchers into ambulance

10. Anti-Vietnam demonstrations Europe. Growing protest in Europe was registered in both the streets and the legislatures as America's involvement in the Vietnam war escalated. Demonstrations have occasionally been marked by violence and Charles de Gaulle, Harold Wilson and the Pope have all expressed unease about the escalation of violence in Vietnam.

GV of German anti-Vietnam war demonstration

GV of Italian anti-Vietnam war demonstration outside the Coliseum

GV of French anti-Vietnam demonstration at the Place de la Concorde in Paris

MS of British anti-Vietnam demonstration in London, with police and demonstrators

11. Montgomery March and Civil Rights - 54 Mile Selma -Montgomery freedom march. The civil rights leader Martin Luther King and 300 hundred supporters were arrested in Selma Alabama for parading without permit, following the peaceful protest against the slow pace of electoral reforms.

GV of march

MS of marchers

MS of news reporter interviewing Martin Luther King, wearing garland, whilst marching

MS of feet marching

12. Watts Race Riot in Los Angeles. In Los Angeles a police patrol arrested a black man for drunken driving. Within hours, Watts, an area populated mainly by African-Americans was in flames, with rooftop snipers ignoring a curfew and shooting at police. Twenty-eight people died in the rioting that followed and thousands of members of the National Guard were called upon to quell the rioters and looters who took to the streets.

Aerial GV of Watts with billowing smoke, zoom in

GV of street with smoke rolling over buildings

GV of activist gesticulating and speaking to crowd

MS of crowd clapping

MS of troops in jeep

Tracking shot of high street with burnt out and looted shops and buildings, rubble and debris

13. French Presidential Elections; de Gaulle narrowly beats his socialist rival on the second ballot (Dec 05). Charles de Gaulle suffered a setback in the second round of the Presidential election. His majority was the lowest since the founding of the Fifth Republic. Despite De Gaulle's over all success, more than half the voters backed him, a surprisingly large number in southern and central France favoured his Socialist rival, Francois Mitterand.

MS of De Gaulle

GV of De Gaulle on Rostrum, pan to crowds cheering supportively

MS of De Gaulle shaking hands with supporters outside government building

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HOLLAND KING DEGREE
Title:
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Summary: CAN641MARTIN LUTHER KING AWARDED HONORARY DEGREE
Story No: z061514
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 20/10/1965 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Dr Martin Luther King is awarded honorary degree as a Doctor of Social Science at Amsterdam Free University.

1. gv audience and Prince Bernhard clapping

2. ms Queen Juliana and family applauding

3. vs Martin Luther King comes forward for ceremony

4. vs Prince Bernhard and audience clap

5. ms King leaves stage

Film: Pos- Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: a0025799 - LN Number: LN22313 - Available in HD

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President Signs Vote Bill
Title:
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Summary: Universal Newsreel
Story No: G04438
Source: Pool
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 09/08/1965 00:00 AM
People:
Subscription:

Story 15, PRESIDENT SIGNS VOTE BILL, 200 UN 38 R 64, b/w, sound

01:41:37- Johnson speech- "today is a triumph for freedom..."- gvs of audience

01:42:26- "this law will ensure them the right to vote...."

01:43:00- signing of bill- martin Luther King present

In the same chamber that President Abraham Lincoln signed the first emancipation order more than a century ago, President Johnson signs the 1965 Voter Registration Act and promises the assembled witnesses to forever end discrimination at the polls.

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Selma March To Montgomery
Title:
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Summary: Universal Newsreel
Story No: G04483
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 22/03/1965 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Story 13, SELMA MARCH TO MONTGOMERY, 200 UN 38 R 24, b/w, sound

01:38:55- Martin Luther King leading march

01:39:28-- good shots of marchers

01:39:50- sleeping on farm

The long-anticipated Freedom March from Selma to Alabama's capital of Montgomery finally gets under way. Twice before, the marchers had been turned back by State troops. Now they march under a Federal Court order and with the protection of federalized National Guard units and regular troops. Nearly 3,000 men to protect 3,200 marchers. No incidents of consequence during the early stages of the nonviolent protest.

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NORWAY NOBEL PRIZE
Title:
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Summary: CAN330 NOBEL PRIZE CEREMONY
Story No: z054156
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Various Nobel prizes being awarded including Martin Luther King Jr by King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden.

*DATE IS APPROX*

1. vs of the royal party arriving and taking seats

2. vs of people arriving for the ceremony and the audience

3. vs of prizes being presented

+++NIGHT SHOTS+++

4. vs of the exterior of the building and cars arriving

5. vs of the audience

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: a0011104 - LN Number: LN16725 - Available in HD

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People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Locations: Oslo , Norway
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NORWAY MARTIN LUTHER KING
Title:
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Summary: CAN391 DR. KING ARRIVES IN NORWAY FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Story No: z054953
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 09/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Black Civil Rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King arrives in Oslo with his wife Coretta Scott Kingto receive the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize

1. ms King and wife Coretta down plane steps

2. mcu cameramen

3. ms King and press along

4. ts King and wife to airport building

5. various ms King and wife in airport building welcomed by crowd, shaking hands

6. ws King at microphone, speaks: SOUNDBITE: "My colleagues and I ought to be in Norway (?). This is for most of us for most of us our first trip to Scandinavia, and we look forward to making many friends while here and in Sweden. We feel we have much to learn from Scandinavia's democratic socialist traditions, and from the manner in which you have overcome many of the social and economic problems that still plague for more powerful and affluent nations. I bring you greetings from many Americans, of good will, Negro and white, who are committed to struggle for brotherhood, and the crusade for world peace. On their behalf I have come to Oslo to collect the Nobel peace Prize. Thank you."

Film: Neg - Sound: Opt SOF - B&W - NYFilm: a0011049 - LN Number: LN16677 - Available in HD

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NORWAY MARTIN LUTHER KING
Title:
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Summary: CAN391 KING ARRIVES IN NORWAY FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Story No: z055058
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 09/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

Black Civil Rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King arrives in Oslo with his wife Coretta Scott Kingto receive the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize

1. vs of King through crowds at the airport

2. vs of King meeting crowds and shaking hands

3. vs of the King's moving through crowd and then standing at microphones ready for a statement

4. SOUNDBITE (English): vs of King speaking

Film: Neg - Sound: Opt Trk - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN16677 - Available in HD

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People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Locations: Oslo , Norway
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NOBEL WINNERS
Title:
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Summary: CAN393 NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS WILL BE PRESENTED WITH THEIR AWARDS BY KING GUSTAV ADOLF OF SWEDEN
Story No: z054959
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

This year's Nobel prizewinners will be presented with their awards by King Gustav Adolf of Sweden. Jean Paul Sartre, Konrad Bloch, Theodor Lynen, Nicolai Basov, Martin Luther King are the recipients.

1. ms Sartre down steps of plane, greeted

2. ms Sartre and party walks away

3. ms interior Bloch talks to press

4. cu Bloch

5. ms Bloch kisses wife and congratulated by colleague

6. vs Bloch at blackboard

7. vs interior Lynen working in laboratory

8. vs interior Basov, wearing glasses, and Procharov in laboratory

9. ms woman presents the scientists with flowers

10. cu interior Luther King at press conference holds up picture of three men

11. ms press

12. ms and zoom to Luther King speaking

Film: Pos - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: a0011025 - LN Number: LN16664 - Available in HD

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UK KING SHASTRI
Title:
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Summary: CAN389 MARTIN LUTHER KING MEETS LAL SHASTRI
Story No: z054323
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/11/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Subscription:

United States Civil Rights campaigner Martin Luther King meets Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri in London.

*Date is approx*

1. cu sign 'Kensington Palace Gardens'

2. ws of the exterior of a grand house

3. ms of a car arriving and King out of car and into building

4. vs of the two men meeting and talking

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN16629 - Available in HD

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USA MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEAKING
Title:
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Summary: CAN358 MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEAKING IN ATLANTA ABOUT RECEIVING NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Story No: z054408
Source: UNKNOWN SOURCE
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 14/10/1964 12:00 PM
People:
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Statement in Atlanta by Martin Luther King Jr about receiving Nobel Peace Prize for year 1964.

1. cu Martin Luther King speaking SOUNDBITE (English): speaking about receiving Nobel Peace Prize

Film: Neg - Sound: Opt SOF - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: No - Available in HD

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Locations: Atlanta , Georgia , United States
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NETHERLANDS CONVENTION
Title:
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Summary: CAN 303 BAPTIST CONVENTION IN AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND
Story No: z053690
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 15/08/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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Martin Luther King attends a baptist convention in Amsterdam.

1. various of people entering convention hall

2. ms sign over podium, tilt down to women seated

3. ms organist taking place

4. ms organist playing, pan to crowd seated in hall

5. various of people seated in hall

6. various of activists distributing written material and people reading

7. gv Martin Luther King and officials arriving and walking through hall to the podium

8. gv podium, priest walks to dais, others (including King) takes seats at the podium

9. gv convention hall

10. mcu King at dais, speaking - no sound

11. gv King at dais, people listen

12. gv pan exterior of convention hall

Film: Neg - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: a0007552 - LN Number: LN14739 - Available in HD

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USA ST. AUGUSTINE HEARING USA SAINT AUGUSTINE HEARING
Title:
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Summary: CAN253 FEDERAL HEARING AFTER ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH PROTESTS
Story No: z052991
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/07/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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Fedreal hearing of the St. Augustine beach demonstration where there was conflict between black and white integrationists and white segregationists

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1. exterior federal building, jacksonville (location: Jacksonville caption supered over image)

2. ms group of young black people arriving

3. Martin Luther King arrives

4. cutaway to cameras

5. cu interview Martin Luther King: SOUNDBITE; (English) statement on the situation and troubles at the St. Augustine beach protest and will continue to protest in the same way....

6. travelling shot along road, St. Augustine

7. ms Florida Governor Ferris Bryant along

8. ms Bryant interview: SOUNDBITE: (English) Every beach is a public beach, the Supreme Court has established that... Our people are trying to protect everybody... We are not here to take sides but to protect law and order... Everyone has a right to the beach..."

Film: Neg - Sound: Opt/SOF - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN14022 - Available in HD

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USA DEMO
Title:
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Summary: CAN 234 BLACK PEOPLE ARRESTED IN SWIMMING POOL DEMONSTRATION IN ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
Story No: z052637
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 18/06/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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Black people demonstrate against segregation by plunging into a swimming pool of a hotel in St Augustine, Florida, and are arrested.

1. gv swimming pool

2. ms crowd of black protesters marching through street

3. gv police car arriving to a motel

4. ms group of black protesters attempting to pray in a hotel, manager confronting them and ordering them to leave VOX POP (English): saying this is private property and ordering them to leave

5. ms Martin Luther King and group of people watching from the other side of road - poor quality

6. ms hotel manager pushing people out

7. ms crowd looking on

8. ms hotel manager pushing people out, pan to black people swimming in the hotel swimming pool as guests of two white men who invited them in

9. ms hotel manager pouring chemicals into pool to force them out

10. ms press

11. various of the policeman jumping into pool, kicking people out, more police arrests them as they get out

Note - racist voicover throughout the item

Film: Neg - Sound: Opt SOF - B&W - NYFilm: a0006111 - LN Number: LN13983 - Available in HD

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USA KING PROTESTS
Title:
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Summary: CAN236 MARTIN LUTHER KING AT SEGREGATION PROTEST IN FLORIDA
Story No: z052923
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/06/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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The Reverend Martin Luther King is in St. Augustine Florida helping with anti-segregationist protests.

1. ms King and black woman protestor with a placard

2. m protestor with palcard 'Wear Old Clothes With Pride'

3. ms King, protestors march past him with placards

4. bs protestors on sidewalk

5. cu King speaks: SOUNDBITE: "the beauty of this struggle, and we see it here in St. Augustine,

is that we have white people who are as concerned about this problem as we are. I think this is marvellous and represents the greatness of this movement... nobody in America can we free uless we are all free.. give the white poeple a hand... We have a great deal to be happy with tonight... darkest moment before the dawn of a great fulfilment... our faith, and what we live by."

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USA KING ARREST
Title:
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Summary: CAN236 REVEREND MARTIN LUTHER KING ARRESTED IN FLORIDA
Story No: z052940
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/06/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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The Reverend Martin Luther King has been arrested in St. Augustine, Florida, while taking part in a demonstration against segregation in the resort, specifically the Monson Motor Lodge. Reverend Ralph Abernathy was also arrested.

1. cu sign 'Monson Motor Lodge', pan to building and newsmen

2. ms King confronts motel manager. King SOUNDBITE: WEe'r eprepared to stand here in a non-violent and peaceful manner to protest...

3. ms Motel manager: SOUNDBITE: Rev. King I would ike to prevail on you and on behalf of (my

family) trying to run a business, to peacefully solicit another premises than mine. As you know

I've had to arrest 84 people here since Easter.

4. ms King speaks: SOUNDBITE: we have some white friends here and we want to eat together,

but they would have to eat in the front an we would have to eat in the back.

5. ws Motel

6. ms King and other into car, having been arrested

7. ws car away

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Universal Newsreels 1963: Part 7
Title:
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Summary: Martin Luther King, Jr B
Story No: X02535
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1963 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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The March On Washington

Just one hundred years after Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation to free the slaves, 200.000 march in Washington to rally for civil rights. In an orderly gathering at the Lincoln Memorial, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. makes his most stirring address - "I have a dream..." and other black leaders urge Congress to pass the Civil Rights Bill to end racial inequity. They call for "Action Now" - the theme of the monstrous rally. None of the disorder that authorities feared develops. It is a serious gathering that is tinged with good-humor as if the demonstrators have finally found strength in each other.

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In an orderly gathering at the Lincoln Memorial, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. makes his most stirring address - "I have a dream..." and other black leaders urge Congress to pass the Civil Rights Bill to end racial inequity. They call for "Action Now" - the theme of the monstrous rally. None of the disorder that authorities feared develops. It is a serious gathering that is tinged with good-humor as if the demonstrators have finally found strength in each other.

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Instant Library 1963: Part 4
Title:
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Summary: USA Black Revolt
Story No: X00243
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1963 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr. , Jim Hood , George Wallace
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USA (Black Revolt)

Crowd marching and chanting "Freedom"

Martin Luther King and Ralph Abernathy

People being arrested

Crowd battling with police

Black man with head injury

People being marched into police vans

Crowd running away from fire hoses

People marching chained together

CS of the chains

Crowd shouting and singing

Crowd outside the school

National guard arriving

Alabama - CS black student James Hood

CS Vivian Malone

CMS Governor George Wallace walking past police line towards University

Federal Marshals walking towards University

George Wallace confronts Federal Marshals

CS Rev. Martin Luther King

Arlington - Possibly Miss Jackson

Church interior

Medgar Evers in coffin

Gathering at funeral

Relatives weeping

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Universal Newsreels 1963: Part 6
Title:
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Summary: Martin Luther King, Jr A
Story No: X02534
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1963 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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The March On Washington

Just one hundred years after Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation to free the slaves, 200.000 march in Washington to rally for civil rights. In an orderly gathering at the Lincoln Memorial, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. makes his most stirring address - "I have a dream..." and other black leaders urge Congress to pass the Civil Rights Bill to end racial inequity. They call for "Action Now" - the theme of the monstrous rally. None of the disorder that authorities feared develops. It is a serious gathering that is tinged with good-humor as if the demonstrators have finally found strength in each other.

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US King Rally
Title:
HD
Summary: Birmingham has defied integration leader Martin Luther King, he set today as a deadline for hiring negro policemen
Story No: a0015012
Source: UPITN
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 21/10/1963 16:00 PM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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10/22/63 a0015012

birmingham, ala: birmingham has defied integration leader martin luther king, he set today as a deadline for hiring negro policemen.

nx 28331 "king rally" shows: king to mike: crowd: king sof:

(shot 10/21/63 50ft)

disc in empy - ala - birmingham

civil rights - ala - birmingham

king, martin luther - sof

police - ala - birmingham

xx / 50 ft / 16 neg /

500 ft / 16 neg / cuts /

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Universal Culture Clipreel: Part 18
Title:
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Summary: Black Integration, MLK, Murdered Blacks, University Campus Life
Story No: X00165
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1959 00:00 AM
People: Lamar Smith , Martin Luther King Jr.
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Integration of interstate transportation and terminals

Murdered blacks; Lamar Smith and George Lee

Dr Martin Luther King, Jr

Arkansas National Guard sent to enforce integration of Central

High School in Little Rock, Arkansas

1950's university campus life

University campus social life

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Universal Newsreels 1964: Part 7
Title:
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Summary: Civil Rights Act Of 1964
Story No: X02552
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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Civil Rights Act Of 1964

Congress passes the most sweeping Civil Rights Bill ever to be written into law. Five hours after the House votes on the measure, President Johnson signs in into law before an audience of legislators and Civil Rights leaders at the White House. He calls it "a turning point in history" and uses a hundred pens to affix his signature. Following tradition the pens are distributed by the President to government leaders and other notables present including the Reverend Martin Luther King, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey and Everett Dirksen.

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NORWAY KING
Title:
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Summary: CAN389 NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNER MARTIN LUTHER KING GIVES PRESS CONFERENCE
Story No: z054960
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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Nobel Peace Prize winner Martin Luther King gives press conference.

1. vs interior King speaks to press

Film: Pos - Sound: Mute - B&W - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN16629 - Available in HD

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Keywords: Human Rights
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Locations: Oslo , Norway
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NORWAY SWEDEN NOBEL PRIZE
Title:
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Summary: CAN387 MARTIN LUTHER KING AND OTHERS RECEIVE NOBLE PRIZE
Story No: z054354
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/12/1964 00:00 AM
People: Martin Luther King Jr.
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Recipients of 1964 Nobel Prize in Peace, Physics, Chemistry, and Medicine or Physiology (named in shotlist).

**Cuts of z054961

**also listed at z054948

1. ms audience with credits 'The Nobel Committee'

2. SOUNDBITE [NORWEGIAN]: mcu man at microphone announced Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK)

3. mcu MLK listens, seated, prepares own notes

4. cs Nobel Peace Prize

5. mcu MLK

6. ms trumpeters step aside as guard marches

7. mcu two guards followed by Nobel Prize recipients onto stage

8. mcu man carries Nobel medal to master of ceremonies

9. ALL SOUNDBITES NOW IN ENGLISH: vs ceremony proceeds as medal is awarded to Alexander Mikhaylovich Prokhorov, Nobel Prize in Future.

10. has Nikolay Gennadiyevich Basov with medal

11. mcu Basov to podium

12. mcu Basov bows

13. ms and cu Dorothy Mary Hodgkin, laureate in Chemistry, listens as her name she is congratulated

14. ms Hodgkin from stage to receive Nobel Prize

15. vs Hodgkin with prize

16. mcu Konrad Emil Bloch and Feodor Felix Konrad Lynen listen as their names are announced

17. ms Bloch and Lynen walking from stage

18. vs Bloch receiving award with cutaway of Bloch's family watching

17. mcu Lynen and Master of Ceremonies

18. mcu Lynen's wife

19. vs Lynen shaking hands, with award, onto stage, bows

20. ws auditorium, audience seated

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People: Martin Luther King Jr.
Locations: Norway
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