Premiere Of Film 'cimarron' AKA Oklahoma… 1960

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    Location: Oklahoma, USA / United States of America

    Title reads "Oklahoma City welcomes stars for premiere"

    GV People awaiting stars' arrival alongside Red Indians on horseback, stagecoach, etc. to promote film. MS Three Indian chiefs standing together. CU Indian chief. GV Crowd watching.

    MS Anne Baxter and Maria Schell emerge from aircraft, and are greeted. CU. Glen Ford. MS. Oklahoma's Governor Edmondson watching Glenn Ford smoke the "peace pipe". GV three stars surrounded by crowd. CU. Anne Baxter is presented with a bunch of mistletoe by Governor Edmondson, and she kisses him. Various shots as Glenn Ford is presented with mistletoe by "Miss Oklahoma" whom he kisses. (Comb. F.G)

    Various shots of the premiere of 'Cimarron' showing publicity pictures outside cinema of three stars. MS crowd outside. MS Maria Schell and Glenn Ford arrive. MS Maria Schell and Anne Baxter outside cinema. MS Anne Baxter walks onto dais and speaks into microphone. CU Maria Schell on dais and speaks. GV Cinema showing 'Cimarron' in lights.

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    UN 3437 B
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    01:06:11:00 / 01:07:40:00
    UN 3437 B
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