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Moscow Summit May/June 1988 Clipreel: Part 2
Title:
SD
Summary: Reagan And Gorbachev Meet, Reagan And Gorbachev Sign Ratification Instruments For INF Treaty
Story No: X03872
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 06/01/1988 12:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGAN AND GORBACHEV MEET

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Moscow -- May __, 1988

Wide of conference room door as Reagan enters, pan as Reagan walks to center of room and shakes Gorbachev's hand

Cutaway cameramen

Tight shot of Gorbachev at conference table, pull out to wide of everyone seated at conference table.

REAGAN AND GORBACHEV SIGN RATIFICATION INSTRUMENTS FOR INF TREATY

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Moscow -- June 1, 1988

Wide of Reagan and Gorbachev sitting down at table ready to sign Instruments of Ratification for the INF Treaty

Mid shots of Reagan and Gorbachev signing ratification documents

Mid shot of Raisa Gorbachev, Nancy Reagan and Shultzes watching signing

Wide of Reagan and Gorbachev shaking hands

Wide of audience standing and applauding

Mid shot of Reagan and Gorbachev shaking hands

Pan shot of Powell, Dole, other audience members

SOUNDBITE: (Russian/English translation follows) Mikhail Gorbachev, USSR General Secretary of the Communist Party (overlay shots Soviet leaders):

"The exchange a few minutes ago of the instruments of ratification means that the era of nuclear disarmament has begun."

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

"So too Mr. General Secretary, you are aware of how important the objective, not just of arms control, but of arms reduction has been to my own thinking and to the policy of my administration since its outset."

Mid shot of Gorbachev listening

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

"And today on this table before us, we see the fruits of hope, evidence of what candor and realism can accomplish. We have dared to hope, Mr. General Secretary, and we have been rewarded."

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Moscow Summit May/June 1988 Clipreel: Part 6
Title:
SD
Summary: Reagans And Gorbachevs Attend Bolshoi Ballet, Nancy Talks About Moscow Trip, Reagans Depart From Moscow
Story No: X03876
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 06/02/1988 12:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGANS AND GORBACHEVS ATTEND BOLSHOI BALLET

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Moscow -- June 1, 1988

Wide shot of audience in theater applauding

Wide shot of Reagans and Gorbachevs in center box at ballet, zoom in to Ronald Reagan and Raisa Gorbachev

Mid shot of audience in tier standing and applauding

Close-up of Raisa Gorbachev during Soviet national anthem, pull out to wide of center box, pan to audience in side tiers, pan back to center box

Wide shot of ballerina dancing

Extreme wide shot of stage

Wide shot of ballet dancers ending dance

Mid shot of Mikhail Gorbachev and Nancy Reagan applauding, pan to Ronald Reagan and Raisa Gorbachev

NANCY TALKS ABOUT MOSCOW TRIP

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Moscow -- June 1, 1988

Mid shot of Nancy Reagan talking to press

REAGANS DEPART FROM MOSCOW

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Moscow -- June 2, 1988

Wide of Air Force One

Mid shot of Reagans and Gromykos posing for photo-op

Cutaway cameramen

Mid shot of Nancy Reagan and Ronald Reagan waving goodbye from door of Air Force One

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Subjects: Dance, Entertainment
People: Ronald Reagan
Locations: Moscow
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Moscow Summit May/June 1988 Clipreel: Part 3
Title:
SD
Summary: Reagan And Gorbachev Walk Around Red Square, Shultz And Shevardnadze Sign Treaty
Story No: X03873
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 05/31/1988 12:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGAN AND GORBACHEV WALK AROUND RED SQUARE

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Moscow -- May 31, 1988

Mid shot of Reagan and Gorbachev and others walking through Red Square, pull out to wide of Red Square

Mid shot of people in street applauding

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

"We have been talking about an exchange of students that on a regular basis. Every year, some of your young people will come to our schools and our young people will come to your schools.

SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Mikhail Gorbachev, USSR General Secretary of the Communist Party:

"This is a good idea, this is very good. They welcome this. The young people will get acquainted, will meet each other while they are young and have their whole life ahead of them."

Mid shot of Gorbachev grabbing baby out of crowd and having it shake Reagan's hand

SHULTZ AND SHEVARDNADZE SIGN TREATY

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Moscow -- May 31, 1988

Mid shot of Shultz and Shevardnadze sitting down to sign treaty

Mid pan shot of Shultz and Shevardnadze signing treaty

Pan of dignitaries watching

Mid shot of Shultz and Shevardnadze exchanging treaties

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Moscow Summit May/June 1988 Clipreel: Part 5
Title:
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Summary: Reagan Speaks At Moscow State University, Nancy Makes Cultural Visits In USSR
Story No: X03875
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 05/31/1988 12:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGAN SPEAKS AT MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY

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Moscow -- May 31, 1988

Wide of Moscow State University auditorium, zoom in to Reagan entering with others

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

"The arms treaty that is being negotiated now is the so-called Stark Treaty, and it is based taking the inter-continental ballistic missiles and reducing them by half, down to parity between our two countries. Now this is a much more complicated treaty than the INF Treaty, the Intermediate Range Treaty which we have signed and which our two governments have ratified, and is now in effect. So there are many things still to be settled. You and we have had negotiators in Geneva for months working on various points of this treaty. Once we had hoped that maybe, like the INF Treaty, we would have been able to sign it here at this summit meeting. It is not complicated. There are still some points that are being debated. We are both hopeful that it can be finished before I leave office which is in the coming January. But I assure you, that if it isn't, I assure that I will impress upon my successor that we must carry on until it is signed. My dream has always been that once we've started down this road, we can look forward to a day, you can look forward to a day, when there will be no more nuclear weapons in the world at all."

NANCY MAKES CULTURAL VISITS IN USSR

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Moscow -- May 30, 1988

Mid shot of Nancy Reagan and Soviet children signing "It's a Small World"

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Leningrad, USSR -- May 31, 1988

Exterior shot of Winter Palace

Mid-wide shot of Nancy Reagan walking through room in Winter Palace, pull out to wide and pan to paintings in room

Mid shot of Nancy Reagan looking at ceiling of room

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Moscow -- May 29, 1988

Mid shot of Nancy Reagan and Raisa Gorbachev touring church

Tight shot of Nancy Reagan and Raisa Gorbachev answering questions from press

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Moscow Summit May/June 1988 Clipreel: Part 7
Title:
SD
Summary: Reagans Arrive Back In Washington
Story No: X03877
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 06/03/1988 12:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGANS ARRIVE BACK IN WASHINGTON

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Washington, DC -- June 3, 1988

Wide of Air Force One pulling up to hanger

Wide of audience waving flags

Mid shot of Bushes greeting Reagans

Wide shot of soldiers standing at attention

SOUNDBITE: (English) George H.W. Bush, U.S. Vice President:

"This week, an American President strode the hard ground of Red Square, reminded the world, with the sureness of his step and the lilt of his words, what a bracing thing freedom is."

Mid shot of audience members listening

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

"We exchanged the documents that put into force a historic treaty that eliminates for the first time an entire class of U.S. and Soviet nuclear weapons and establishes real breakthroughs in verification procedures. And we made tangible progress towards an even more historic treaty on strategic weapons. Yes, a 50% reduction in nuclear weapons. All of this was good and promising for the future."

Wide shot of podium with audience in background applauding

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

"The truth came home to us once again. It isn't people but governments that make war. And it isn't people but governments that erect barriers that keep us apart. Much is happening in the Soviet Union. We hope and pray that the signs of change continue there. Our pledge, Mr. Gorbachev and I, is to work to continue building a better understanding between our two countries."

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Moscow Summit May/June 1988 Clipreel: Part 4
Title:
SD
Summary: Reagans Walk On Streets Near US Embassy, Reagans Visit Danilov Monastery
Story No: X03874
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 05/30/1988 12:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGANS WALK ON STREETS NEAR US EMBASSY

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Moscow -- May 29, 1988

Mid shot of Reagans walking through streets of Moscow

REAGANS VISIT DANILOV MONASTERY

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Moscow -- May 30, 1988

Mid shot of Reagans entering Danilov Monastery

Tight shot of icon restoration material, pan up to Reagans

Wide of monks

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

"Our people feel it keenly when religious freedom is denied to anyone anywhere, and hope with you that soon all the many Soviet religious communities that are now prevented from registering or banned altogether, including the Ukranian Catholic and Orthodox churches, will soon be able to practice their religion freely and openly and to instruct their children in and outside the home in the fundamentals of their faith."

Mid shot of monks listening

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

"We may hope that perestroika will be accompanied by a deeper restructuring, a deeper conversion, a meta-nota, meta-noya I should say, a change in heart, and glasnost, which means giving voice, will also let loose a new chorus of belief, singing praise to the God that gave us life."

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Subjects: Social Affairs, Religion, Embassies, International relations, Government and Politics
People: Ronald Reagan
Locations: Moscow
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Moscow Summit May/June 1988 Clipreel: Part 1
Title:
SD
Summary: Reagans Arrive In Moscow, Gorbachevs Greet Reagans
Story No: X03871
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 05/29/1988 12:00 AM
People: Ronald Reagan
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REAGANS ARRIVE IN MOSCOW

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Moscow -- May 29, 1988

Wide of Air Force One

Mid-wide of Reagans exiting plane and waving

Mid shot of Soviet leaders waiting at bottom of stairway

Mid-wide of Reagans waving and descending stairway

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Tight shot of television in Moscow train station showing the Reagans' arrival, pan to people watching the television

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Wide shot of President Reagan standing in front of Soviet soldiers at airport while National Anthem plays

Wide of President Reagan, Soviet soldiers and Air Force One

Wide of Soviet soldiers marching past President Reagan

Mid of President Reagan watching Soviet soldiers marching past, pull out to wide

GORBACHEVS GREET REAGANS

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Moscow -- May 29, 1988

Wide shot of chandeliers

Mid shot of Gorbachevs greeting Reagans

Cutaway of reporters and cameramen

Mid shot of Gorbachevs and Reagans standing for photo op

Cutaway to crowd

SOUNDBITE: (Russian/English translation follows) Mikhail Gorbachev, USSR General Secretary of the Community Party (overlay shots of Reagans and Raisa Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan alone):

"Our previous meetings have shown that constructive Soviet-U.S. relations are possible. The treaty on intermediate and shorter range missiles is the most impressive symbol of that. But even more complex and important tasks lie ahead."

Cutaway cameramen

Tight shot of Gorbachev

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

"We have signed the Geneva accords, providing for the withdrawal of all Soviet troops from Afghanistan, and the first withdrawals have begun. We and our allies have completed technical arrangements necessary to begin implementing the INF Treaty as soon as it enters into force."

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