1. DB40


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    The 40th anniversary of D.B. Cooper's jump

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    • Frontier Town Vermont USA (1971)


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      • Bruce Lee -- The Lost Interview -- 1971


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        Bruce Lee -- The Lost Interview -- 1971

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        • UC DAVIS 1971 Miracle Football Game @ Cal State Hayward, Jim Swan did Voiceover for Announcer


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          This was an authentic recreation of the missing audio track using documented play by play data and game timing, and reels from the silent films archives of UC Davis football sports program. Enoch Media Studios (Grant Johnson) teamed with Swan Media Services (Jim Swan) under contract with UC Davis to create an authentic yet fictional exciting play by play announced action of the famous 1971 UC Davis "Miracle Game" played at Cal State Hayward, where the UC Davis AGGIES scored 16 points in the last 20 seconds of the game. The Cal State Hayward cheerleaders were already in the locker room popping the champagne corks when these last 16 points were scored in a wild back to back to back action where Davis just took over the game dominating every play, and devastating the Hayward Pioneers. It was the beginning of the literal end of the Hayward team (which does not now exist). To this day, the Hayward Coach Rodrigo (long since moved away) won't talk about it, and chided us for ruining his day when asked about it last month LOL. This video was assembled from silent BW 16 mm 40 yr old footage, and the action-packed new soundtrack was recorded and produced entirely within the Enoch Media studio with voiceover talent Jim Swan of Swan Media Services. Grant Johnson of Enoch Media did the creative in post assembly and green screen work, etc. This video was played for the 40th anniversary of the game recently at the UC Davis Sochor Field Stadium during the halftime show on Nov 5, 2011. The crowd at the stadium went wild at the touchdown catches and action plays. Coached by Jim Sochor, with Bob Biggs as QB, Mike Bellotti as TE catching TD pass, and Mike Everly catching the final winning catch, and great plays by so many other key players in the last 20 seconds, this game went on to define UC Davis Football for the next 18 years, as Coach Sochor took this team to win 18 straight championships IN A ROW, more than any other college football team, ever... a record.

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          • UC Davis 1971 MIRACLE GAME shown on Sochor Stadium Video Board


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            This is live footage of the UC Davis Miracle Game being played on the UC Davis Sochor Stadium Video Jumbo Tron on the score board. The video was shot at the scene by Grant Johnson. Jim Swan and Christa Johnson in this video along with all the UC Davis Aggies Fans watching the game and video footage.

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            • The Act of Seeing With Ones Own Eyes - Stan Brakhage


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              The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes is a 1971 American experimental film by Stan Brakhage. It was filmed on 16mm without synchronized sound in a Pittsburgh morgue. The title is based on a literal translation of the term autopsy. The film is part of Brakhage's "Pittsburgh trilogy"[1], a trio of "documentary" films Brakhage made about the city's various institutions in 1971; the other two are Eyes, about the city police, and Deus Ex, filmed in a hospital. Writing about the film, American critic Jonathan Rosenbaum referred to The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes as "one of the most direct confrontations with death ever recorded on film."[2] Brakhage shot The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes during a visit to a morgue, and the bulk of the film consists of images of autopsies. In a Senses of Cinema profile of the filmmaker, filmmaker and curator Brian Frye wrote: "The key image of The Act of Seeing With One's Own Eyes is quite likely the bluntest statement on the human condition ever filmed. In the course of an autopsy, the skin around the scalp is slit with a scalpel, and in preparation for exposing and examining the brain, the face of each cadaver is literally peeled off, like a mask, revealing the raw meat beneath. That image, once seen, will never leave you."[1]

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              • Could I Play My Lp's? présente Duel (S. Spielberg, 1971)


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                3 extraits du film "Duel" de Spielberg mixés avec 3 disques du répertoire des dj "Could I Play My LP's?" http://www.couldiplaymylps.be

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                • Puer Et Puella


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                  This is the first Super8 movie of the amateur moviemakers group Blepo. Puer Et Puella means "The Boy And The Girl" in Latin, because the story is as old as the road to Rome... The film is about a boy and a girl about 17 years old, falling in love while their parents do not approve. The film was made in 1971 when the makers were also 16 to 17 years of age. Dutch language, post synchronized. Vintage, cultfilm. Based upon real events. The Art Manifestation "Sonsbeek tussen de perken" is the background of the last scenes.

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                  • Dodge Demon 1971


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                    • Second Best by 1971


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                      1971 is from northwestern Ontario, Kenora. Vernon nature trails.

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