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[Political convention, 1960, Democratic, 5th day. CBS].

Autore: Walter CronkiteEdward R MurrowAl KendrickHoward K SmithLyndon B JohnsonTutti gli autori
Editore: United States : CBS Television Network, [1960-07-15]
Edizione/Formato:   Film : Film   Materiale visivo : English
Banca dati:WorldCat
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Lyndon B. Johnson's vice-presidential acceptance speech is intercut with shots of the Coliseum, the crowds, and Rose Kennedy, seated next to her son John. LeRoy Collins, governor of Florida, makes a few remarks, introduces Kennedy's family, and the next speaker, Adlai Stevenson. Stevenson speaks, then introduces Kennedy. Kennedy makes his acceptance speech. Governor Collins then introduces Elder Leo J. Mueller (?)  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Special event coverage and commentary
Addresses
Persona incaricata: John F Kennedy; John F Kennedy; John F Kennedy
Tipo materiale: Film
Tipo documento: Materiale visivo
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Walter Cronkite; Edward R Murrow; Al Kendrick; Howard K Smith; Lyndon B Johnson; Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy; John F Kennedy; LeRoy Collins; Adlai E Stevenson; Jack Morse; Betty Furness; Fred Davis; CBS Television Network.; Westinghouse Electric Corporation.
Numero OCLC: 423296709
Note: Live special event coverage.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Title listed as Democratic Convention in: TV guide, Southern California edition, July 9-15, 1960.
Cataloged from copy lacking the first half of the broadcast.
News anchor and analyst credits from soundtrack.
Broadcast Friday evening, July 15, 1960, between 6 p.m. and 8:43 p.m., according to the leaders and TV guide, Southern California edition, July 9-15, 1960.
Includes a commercial for Architect-Designed Westinghouse Total Electric Gold Medallion homes. Architect Jack Morse gives Betty Furness a tour of the home he designed in Canton, Ohio, pointing out Westinghouse features such as baseboard heating and appliances.
Interprete(i): [News anchor, Walter Cronkite; news analysts, Edward R. Murrow, Al Kendrick, and Howard K. Smith].
Altri titoli: Democratic convention.
Commercials. Westinghouse. Architect-designed Westinghouse Total Electric Gold Medallion home, Canton, Ohio. Jack Morse and Betty Furness.

Abstract:

Lyndon B. Johnson's vice-presidential acceptance speech is intercut with shots of the Coliseum, the crowds, and Rose Kennedy, seated next to her son John. LeRoy Collins, governor of Florida, makes a few remarks, introduces Kennedy's family, and the next speaker, Adlai Stevenson. Stevenson speaks, then introduces Kennedy. Kennedy makes his acceptance speech. Governor Collins then introduces Elder Leo J. Mueller (?) of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, who pronounces the Benediction. After the National Anthem, Governor Collins adjourns the convention. Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow, Al Kendrick, and Howard K. Smith discuss "interesting aspects" of, and the significance of, Kennedy's speech. Cronkite briefly interviews the three Westinghouse spokespersons, Betty Furness, Babby? (possibly Betty Furness' daughter, Barbara Sturtevant Furness Snyder), and Fred Davis.

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