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Reel Number: 250102-01
Color: Black and White
Sound: SIL and SD
Year / Date: 1962,1960s
TC Begins: 10:00:00
TC Ends: 10:07:47
NOTE: FOR ORDERING See: www.footagefarm.co.uk or contact us at: Info@Footagefarm.co.uk 1962 - President Kennedy: Meeting w/ Gromyko & Dobrynin. 18Oct62 LS White House, few leaves on trees. 10:00:14 MOS President Kennedy in upholstered rocking chair sitting w/ Andrei Gromyko, Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin & ?? on couch from various camera positions, LS, MS & CUs. 10:01:56 SOF (English) Press w/ Gromyko making statement: “The President & I had an exchange of opinions on several important matters. One of them, the German Peace Settlement, I think that exchange of views, exchange of opinions, between the President & myself is useful.” “Mr. Minister? Will Premier Khrushchev come to the United States?” Gromyko: “Gentlemen, at this moment, I have nothing to say on this subject?” “Could you say whether the Soviet Union intends to sign a separate peace with Germany this year?” “Well Gentlemen, I think our position on this important matter was made clear several times.” 10:03:00 MOS LS Press w/ newsreel & video cameras waiting outside White House entrance. MCU Still photographers. LS car arriving, Gromyk, Dobrynin & ?? out & greeted by ??, walking past photographers, posing & waving. Same from second camera. 10:04:30 LS Waiting reporters; LS White House. 10:05:02 Reporters inside White House lobby waiting, reading, talking; stand up. 10:05:45 Ext. night. Dobrynin, Gromyko into car & leave. Waiting reporters inside White House. Car leaving. 10:06:23 Ext. night. Microphones set up outside, reporters guide Foreign Minister Gromyko to mics. SOF: “I made statement already, will you say in the statement that I made two statements (laughing)? “Yes we will.” Gromyko, CU: “This in particular, our statement made in the General Assembly of the United Nations.” “Mr. Minister, did you discuss the question of an atomic test ban & control & inspection?” Gromyko: “Well Gentlemen, if I were to speak on this matter it would take much of time. On this question our position was made also clear several times.” “Did you discuss it w/ the President today?” “Gentlemen, I have exhausted myself for the time being.” “Goodbye” Cold War; Cuban Crisis; USSR; Diplomacy; Diplomats; Missile Crisis; 1960s; NOTE: Sold at per reel rate. NOTE: FOR ORDERING See: www.footagefarm.co.uk or contact us at: Info@Footagefarm.co.uk
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