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Rare HD footage of Los Angeles and Santa Monica from the 1940's. Shotlist: 00:00 Reverse 3/4 angle process plate, daytime; shot from moving car through residential neighborhood, Oxnard Street, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, late 1940s 00:37 run by sign for "Walnut Haven" subdivision 00:58 Kyffin Pharmacy, Oxnard Street & Woodman Avenue 01:27 Reverse rear angle process plate, daytime, shot from moving car on tree-lined street, Los Angeles area (probably Santa Monica), late 1940s 02:36 Coronation ceremony enacted by mostly all-male group as some kind of theatrical performance 03:24 Process plate shot by Elmer Dyer: reverse rear angle process plate, daytime, shot from moving car on street with median, Santa Monica; cross streets Idaho, Washington, California 04:29 Side-looking process pl...
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Nighttime views of Los Angeles, California from the 1940s. Old cars, buses, and police motorcycles. Silent, black-and-white footage. From Internet Archive (archive.org) 35mm Stock Footage collection made available under the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://archive.org/details/35mmstockfootage).
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From the Kinolibrary archive film collections. To order the clip clean and high res or to find out more visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref CH168 1970s/ 1980s Los Angeles Airport car park and Theme Building
Wealthy middle class blacks in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. Discussion poor blacks and rich blacks. Discussion group. Fascinating series of opinions amongst a group of about 20 black Los Angeles residents. Main point of discussion is the continuing number of blacks moving into Los Angeles, and we here 1600 black people move into Los Angles each month. Woman starts: 'As you recall in our last meeting we discussed the problem of integrated housing and we found out that almost 1700 negroes are moving into Los Angeles a month. By 1970 there will probably be a million negroes in this city and I know that people are concerned about this. They may not talk about it vey often, but I've certainly heard them chatter in Church when he said there would be a million negroes in Los Angeles.' Man...
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(17 Dec 2016) A late fall storm drenched California with rain and dumped nearly three feet of snow to help bolster the vital Sierra Nevada snowpack but also triggered mud flows, flooded roads and traffic snarls as it tapered off early Friday. With thousands of acres of wildfire burn scars all over the state, authorities were warily monitoring barren slopes where parched earth soaked with rain can cause life-threatening mudslides. Torrential rain fell on the coast between San Francisco and Los Angeles near the landmark Hearst Castle late Thursday and rockslides closed about 36 miles of Highway 1 in the region. Highway crews expected to have the scenic route reopened by midafternoon Friday. A weather station in the area recorded more than 5 inches of rain. In the Sierra Nevada, the Tiog...
In this short video the Centre Pompidou exhibition, Los Angeles: 1955-1985 is explored through a number of interviews conducted with participating artists Ed Moses, Larry Bell, and Peter Shelton, gallery owner Bernard Jacobson, as well as exhibition curator Catherine Grenier and exhibition researcher Sophie Dannenmuller.