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Newsreels: 1964 - February 10
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keywords: island of cyprus, the beatles, john lennon, paul mccartney, george harrison, ringo starr, mardi gras parade, 1964 winter olympics
Synopsis: NATO Seeks To End Cyprus Crisis Between Turkey And Greece, Music Group "The Beatles" Visit The U.S., New Orleans Mardi Gras Parade, 1964 Winter Olympic Games Innsbruck Austria...(read more)
- Date: 1964
- Duration: 00:05:51
- Sound: Yes
- Color: Monochrome
- Type: Public Domain
- Language: English
- Location: United States, Austria, Cyprus
NATO Seeks To End Cyprus Crisis Between Turkey And Greece
The tinderbox that is Cyprus threatens to erupt into a full-scale war. Greek students demonstrate against British and United States proposals that a force of NATO troops should help maintain a truce between Greeks and Turks. The Greek students demand the UN (United Nations) take control as requested by Cyprus President Archbishop Makarios. The Western powers are leery of a U.N. Force that would give the Russians a voice. Shows bomb damage to U.S. Embassy on Cyprus. Shows U.S. citizens boarding plane on Cyprus after evacuation of all Americans on the island was ordered.
Music Group "The Beatles" Visit The U.S.
There are rumors around that this is Britain's revenge for the Boston Tea Party. Shows 3,000 screaming teenagers at the airport to greet the rock n' roll group "The Beatles". Shows John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr walking down aircraft stair ramp at New City airport. The Beatles at first press conference in America. CU image of John, Paul, George and Ringo. Scenes of Beatle fans holding signs outside NYC hotel. Various scenes of John, Paul and Ringo in Central Park.
New Orleans Mardi Gras Parade
The traditional New Orleans Mardi Gras is bigger and better than ever as parades continue through day and night. Pretty girls and grotesque floats all add up to fun for one and all. Street scenes of New Orleans Mardi Gras Parade.
1964 Winter Olympic Games Innsbruck Austria
Canada's four-man bobsled team thunders to an upset as they beat the favored Austrian quartet by a fraction over one second.
In the Men's Slalom, it's the United States turn to upset the ski-pole. William Winston "Billy" Kidd of Vermont takes second place and his teammate, Jimmie (Jimmy) Heuga of California, takes third. Josef Stiegler of Austria wins a Gold Medal for his team. It's the first win for the United States in Men's Alpine Skiing.
There's another upset in the Men's Figure Skating as Manfred Schnelldorfer of Germany pirouettes his way to the crown. He upsets Alain Calmat of France who had three spills and placed second. Scott Ethan Allen of New Jersey, just 14 years old, wins a third-place Bronze Medal for the United States while winning the hearts of the crowd as well.