|提及的人：||Dwight D Eisenhower; Richard M Nixon; Hyman George Rickover; Bob Considine; S M Menʹshikov; C Douglas Dillon; John Charles Daly; Pat Nixon; George V Allen; George V Allen; Bob Considine; John Charles Daly; C Douglas Dillon; Dwight D Eisenhower; S M Menʹshikov; Pat Nixon; Richard M Nixon; Hyman George Rickover|
Richard M Nixon; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
|注意：||Story was shot July 22, 1959 according to Hearst index card.
Rights held by UCLA Film and Television Archive.
|内容：||Shot description: Secretary Dillon, Nixon and Ike (short shot). Same (semi closeup). Ike shakes hands with Nixon (semi closeup). Plane (short shot). Rickover (semi closeup). George V. Allen with Russian Ambassador. Mr. and Mrs. Nixon with Russian Ambassador. Cameramen. Russian crew aboard plane. Same. Mr. and Mrs. Nixon walk and wave. Crowd waves. Nixon walks to microphone (short shot). Nixon talk (closeup). Mr. and Mrs. say good-by (short shot). Board plane and wave (closeup). Plane taxiing. Press plane (short shot). People board press plane (semi closeup). John Daly. Board press plane. Bob Considine. Crowd. Plane taxiing. American Fair in Moscow (short shot). American Ambassador with man in charge of Fair (closeup) (Hearst index card).|
"After a briefing by President Eisenhower, Vice-President Nixon is off for Moscow to open the American National Exhibition. His jet is followed by one flying newsmen, and it sets a nonstop record for New York to Moscow: 8 hours, 53 minutes. In the Russian capital, meanwhile, the last-minute scramble is under way to get the Fair ready for its inaugural"--Hearst index card. Includes footage of I.B.M. machines, Harold McClellan, Ambassador Menshikov.
- Eisenhower, Dwight D. -- (Dwight David), -- 1890-1969.
- Nixon, Richard M. -- (Richard Milhous), -- 1913-1994.
- Rickover, Hyman George.
- Considine, Bob, -- 1906-1975.
- Menʹshikov, S. M. -- (Stanislav Mikhaĭlovich)
- Dillon, C. Douglas -- (Clarence Douglas), -- 1909-2003.
- Daly, John Charles, -- 1914-1991.
- Nixon, Pat, -- 1912-1993.
- Allen, George V. -- (George Venable), -- 1903-1970.