Film Now, Land Later 1966

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    Cape Kennedy, United States of America (USA).

    GV. Rocket blasts off at Cape Kennedy. Zoom in to animation shot of moon. SV. Lunar orbitor two moving, its cell panels open and a small flap opens to reveal twin lens taking pictures of the moon. CU. The twin lens camera taking pictures, & LV. LV. Receiving aerial. SV. Two operators looking at film pictures of the moon. CU. Moon pictures on film strip. LV. Officials of N.A.S.A. looking at moon pictures. CU. Magnified pictures of the moon, pan, & LV.


    Leeds, Yorkshire.

    CU. Tinker, the robot, walking along pavement with shopping. CU. Side view of the Tinker. SV. The robot outside home - in his right hand he holds a newspaper and in his left hand a shopping basket. CU. Hand moving up holding newspaper. SV. Woman leaves home and walks down garden path. SV. She takes the shopping basket from the robot and the newspaper from the robot's hand and says thank you, turns and walks back to house. SV. Interior, man in a room surrounded by television sets and equipment controlling the movement of the robot by electronics. He is also watching a monitor screen of the robot. Television screen with robot moving. SV. The robot walks along pavement, & CU. Back view, robot walking with garage in background. SV. Interior, husband controlling the movement of the robot. LV. The robot as the garage door closes in front of him.

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    01:57:59:00 / 01:59:46:00
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