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Washington DC Summit 1987 Clipreel: Part 1
Title:
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Summary: Gorbachev Lands At D.C. Airport
Story No: X03865
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/12/1987 00:00 AM
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GORBACHEV LANDS AT D.C. AIRPORT

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Washington, DC -- December 7, 1987

Wide of Aeroflot plane landing

Tight shot of Soviet leaders waiting

Tight shot of Secretary of State George P. Shultz talking with his wife

Mid shot of Gorbachevs exiting plane and descending stairway

Tight shot of Shultz looking up

Wide shot of Gorbachevs descending stairway

Shot of U.S. and Soviet flags

Wide of Shultz welcoming the Gorbachevs who are standing next to him

Cutaway to crowd watching

SOUNDBITE: (Russian / English translator follows) Mikhail Gorbachev, USSR General Secretary of the Communist Party:

"I have arrived in your country on this visit to complete work and to sign the Treaty on the Elimination of Intermediate and Shorter Range Missiles thus completing work on the question which all of the peoples, all of the nations of the world have been looking to us to do."

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Locations: District of Columbia
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Washington DC Summit 1987 Clipreel: Part 6
Title:
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Summary: Gorbachevs Depart From D.C.
Story No: X03870
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/12/1987 00:00 AM
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GORBACHEVS DEPART FROM D.C.

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Washington, DC -- December 10, 1987

Wide shot of trumpet fanfare on tarmac

Mid shot of Gorbachevs ascending stairway to plane and turning around

Mid-tight shot of Gorbachevs waving goodbye

Mid shot of Bushes waving goodbye

Wide shot of plane beginning to move with crowd in front waving goodbye

Mid shot of backs of people waving with plane in background

Wide shot of plane turning onto runway

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Washington DC Summit 1987 Clipreel: Part 4
Title:
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Summary: VIPs Arrive At White House For State Dinner
Story No: X03868
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/12/1987 00:00 AM
People: James Stewart, Billy Graham
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VIPS ARRIVE AT WHITE HOUSE FOR STATE DINNER

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Washington, DC -- December 8, 1987

Mid shot of Mary Lou Retton and escort

Tight shot of Jimmy Stewart and wife

Mid shot of Joe DiMaggio

Mid shot of Pearl Bailey

Mid shot of Dr. Hammer and wife

SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr. Armand Hammer:

"No comparison, the only one you can compare him with is Lenin. he's young, he's dynamic, he's pragmatic, and he wants to improve the lot of the Russian people. He's not trying to export communism. I think Reagan and he will be a great team."

SOUNDBITE: (English) Reverend Billy Graham:

"I think it is already beginning to open from what my friends tell me. I'll be there in June so I'll be able to say first hand. But I just came from him and we had a good hour's conversation with him. I think he can respond and will respond. I think the President will push him on it."

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People: James Stewart, Billy Graham
Locations: District of Columbia
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Washington DC Summit 1987 Clipreel: Part 5
Title:
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Summary: Gorbachev Speaks To Business Leaders At Soviet Embassy
Story No: X03869
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/12/1987 00:00 AM
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GORBACHEV SPEAKS TO BUSINESS LEADERS AT SOVIET EMBASSY

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Washington, DC -- December 10, 1987

Wide shot of Gorbachev speaking before audience

SOUNDBITE: (Russian low nat sound/English translator) Mikhail Gorbachev, USSR General Secretary of the Communist Party:

"We have involved ourselves in the arms race. We've squandered away enormous material and human resources and we've built up this huge powder keg on top of which we are sitting together with you, waiting and not knowing what will happen to us. This is a process that we should reverse. We should reverse these approaches in politics, in our views on each other. We must, I am sure, look at each other as partners, and not as adversaries."

Tight shot of Ted Turner listening

SOUNDBITE: (Russian low nat sound/English translator) Mikhail Gorbachev, USSR General Secretary of the Communist Party:

"We are confident that American business can do a lot of things in the Soviet Union and we are confident that that interaction would be facilitated to a certain extent, the solution to the problems we are facing. We consider ourselves to be a part of the world's economy. And we feel it is totally wrong to try and engage in a kind of isolationism. That would be wrong from every point of view, especially from the point of view of common sense."

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Washington DC Summit 1987 Clipreel: Part 3
Title:
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Summary: Reagan And Gorbachev Sign INF Treaty
Story No: X03867
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/12/1987 00:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan, George Bush
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REAGAN AND GORBACHEV SIGN INF TREATY

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Washington, DC -- December 8, 1987

Wide of signing room in White House

Mid shot of Shultz and Eduard Shevardnadze walking into room

Mid-wide of Gorbachev and Reagan walking down hallway

Wide of Gorbachev and Reagan entering signing room

Wide of audience applauding

SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Reagan, U.S. President:

"Welcome to the White House. This ceremony and the treaty we are signing today are both excellent examples of the rewards of patience."

Tight shot of George Bush with Colin Powell behind him, pan to Raisa Gorbachev

SOUNDBITE (English) Ronald Reagan, U.S. President:

"On the Soviet side, over 1500 deployed warheads will be removed and all ground launched intermediate ranged missiles, including the SS-20s, will be destroyed."

Tight shot of Soviet leaders listening

SOUNDBITE (English) Ronald Reagan, U.S. President:

"On our side, our entire compliment of Pershing 2 and ground launched Cruise missiles, with some 400 deployed warheads, will all be destroyed. Additional backup missiles on both sides will also be destroyed."

Tight shot of Shultz and Bushes listening

SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Reagan, U.S. President:

"The importance of this treaty transcends numbers. We have listened to the wisdom in an old Russian maxim. And I am sure you're familiar with it. Mr. General Secretary, though my pronunciation may give you difficulty, the maxim is Dovyai no Provyai, Trust but Verify."

SOUNDBITE: (Russian, then translator repeats in English) Mikhail Gorbachev, USSR General Secretary of the Communist Party:

"You repeat that at every meeting."

Tight shot of Gorbachev laughing

Mid-wide shot of Reagan and Gorbachev laughing

Shots of audience laughing and clapping

SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Reagan, U.S. President:

"I like it."

Wide shot of audience

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Mid shot of Reagan and Gorbachev sitting at table to sign treaty

Cutaway Gorbachev's hand signing

Mid shot of Reagan signing treaty

Wide shot of signing ceremony

Mid shots of Gorbachev and Reagan exchanging pens, treaties and then shaking hands

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People: Ronald Reagan, George Bush
Locations: Russia
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Washington DC Summit 1987 Clipreel: Part 2
Title:
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Summary: Reagan Greets Gorbachev At White House Ceremony
Story No: X03866
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/12/1987 00:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGAN GREETS GORBACHEV AT WHITE HOUSE CEREMONY

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Washington, DC -- December 8, 1987

Wide shot of White House and crowd in front

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Mid shot of Maureen Reagan, Colin Powell (Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs) and others laughing and talking

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Tight profile shot of Gorbachev and Reagan listening to National Anthem

Mid shot of band finishing National Anthem

SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Reagan, U.S. President:

"Our peoples for too long have been both the masters and the captives of a deadly arms race. This situation is not pre-ordained and not part of some inevitable course of history."

Mid shot of the Shultzes and Bushes listening

Mid shot of Gorbachev listening

SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Reagan, U.S. President:

"We make history. Changing its direction is within our power. However, such change is not easy, and can be accomplished only when leader of both sides have no illusions, talk with candor and meet differences head on. Such I hope will be the spirit of our upcoming meetings."

Mid shot of Raisa Gorbachev and Nancy Reagan listening

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People: Ronald Reagan
Locations: District of Columbia
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