Description: Story about possible Nazi collaborator John Demjanjuk's discovery in the United States and extradition to Israel. Denjanjuk was mistaken as a different Ukrainian concentration camp guard known as "Ivan the terrible," and sentenced to death in Israel in 1988, but returned to the US when the mistaken identity was proven. He was deported to Germany 10 years later to face trials for new allegations, but died before the case was concluded. This story is about Dejanjuk's extradition to Israel in 1986 to face trial for the first time. Footage of Denjanjuk in handcuffs coming off a plane in Israel, historical footage of WWII, interview with Treblinka survivor Eliahu Rosenberg, and still images of concentration camps. Reporter voice-over through reel. Sound
Collection: WCVB Collection
Description: Story #2394. Action for Boston Community Development news conference. Silent b-roll of people in an office, followed by silent footage of three men at a news conference and the reporters in the audience. Sound footage of speakers discussing ABCD programs including one that involves the release of former convicts back into the community. More silent b-roll of the conference and office, footage of men washing a car, and people in a cafeteria followed by extended footage of some of the speakers. Mix of sound and silence.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 11/22/1972
Description: Story #189. Interview with Dr. Pierre Victor Brunelle who was sent to Norfolk prison for 16 months for performing an illegal abortion. Brunelle discusses why he performed the abortion, whether he will try to get his physician license back, how his time in prison has affected him, and his views of abortion laws. Interview with his wife about the experience. Silent b-roll includes shot of the Norfolk Correctional Institute sign, Dr. Brunelle and his wife leaving the prison and walking to the car, and cutaways from the interview. Interview with a man who was convicted of performing an abortion. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 04/03/1972
Description: Story #734. Silent footage of college-aged Asian people marching down the street with signs. Signs difficult to read, but include one that says "Drop Nixon on Haiphong." Part of an acted scene where people in black with tall hats beat a person dressed in Vietnamese clothing.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 05/26/1972
Description: Story #1873. Interview with artist Don Potts about the art in the exhibit at the Hayden Gallery, b-roll of the different sculptures, reporter standup. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 09/28/1972
Description: Story #931. Silent footage of Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Red Sox vs. the Chicago White Sox. Final score 4-5, White Sox Win.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 06/17/1972
Description: Story about the Supreme Court ruling on Eisenstadt v. Baird, that single people had the same right to obtain contraceptives as married people. Massachusetts was one of the states affected by this ruling, as it had given married couple access to birth control, but restricted single people. Interview with a man about the US Supreme Court decision's affect on Massachusetts. Silent b-roll of . Interview with owner or manager of Phillips Drugs about how the ruling will affect their policy on the sale of birth control. Reporter standup wrap-up of story. Followed by cuts, which include silent b-roll of interviews, contraception on the pharmacy shelf, more of the interview with manager of Phillip's Drugs, and reporter standup outtakes. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 03/23/1972
Description: Story #1858. Interview with Dr. Rankin about birth control effectiveness and possibilities of other forms in the future. Silent footage of people on stage seated and speaking. Shots of the crowd. Reporter standup in front of the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology. Followed by cuts, which include more of the interview with Dr. Rankin (muffled at the end), interview with another man about family planning in Massachusetts, reporter standup outtakes, speakers at the conference, and silent b-roll of speakers and audience at the conference. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 09/27/1972
Description: Student from the Harvard Crimson reads a statement about student strike. Silent b-roll of people at the press conference and the students running it. More b-roll of the press conference and a shot of the exterior of the Harvard Crimson building. Blank film followed by cuts. Outtakes include more footage of the students reading their statement and answering questions. The footage of the students speaking at the press conference is very unstable. This instability is printed into the film and most likely caused by a loose film gate during the initial processing of the film. Mix of sound and silent. B-roll and outtakes.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 04/18/1972
Description: Story #1456. Silent footage of paintings, woodwork, and sketches on display at an art fair.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 08/15/1972