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Title Work

Title No: 5707

Title: Selma marchers at courthouse and James Bevel

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Film; Video

Dates:

1965 (Created)

19 May  1965 (Ordered/received)

Original Summary:
Assembled footage of various scenes of the Selma protests. Footage  includes Selma marchers at courthouse and an interview given by Rev. James Bevel to a reporter.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 27 min 57 sec 

Forms: Stock shot

Genres: News

Subjects: Selma to Montgomery Rights March (1965 : Selma, Ala.); Civil rights demonstrations; Selma (Ala.)--Race relations; Selma (Ala.)

Name As Subjects: Bevel, James L.; Baker, Wilson director of public safety; Vivian, C.T.

Credits:
RoleName
Interviewee Bevel, James L.
CompilerBlackside, Inc.
Production CompanyBlackside, Inc.
CreatorNBC News
Source of MaterialNBC News Archives
Copyright ClaimantNBC News Archives
Copyright ClaimantNBC News Archives

Notes:
 Jim Bevel says Wilson Baker was concerned for their safety and stopped march; white people in the South are uncivilized.

Items x12

ItemDescription
5707-1Safety Film : Positive picture 
5707-2Safety Film : Sprocketed Magnetic Film 
5707-3Safety Film : Internegative 
5707-4Safety Film : Duplicate negative track 
5707-5Safety Film : Answer print 
5707-6Video Tape : Digital Betacam 
5707-7Disc : DVD 
5707-8Disc : DVD 
5707-9Video Tape : Digital Betacam 
5707-10Disc : DVD 
5707-11Disc : DVD 
5707-12Safety Film : Positive picture 


Component Contents x1

ItemDescription
14350-1-5707-8Audio Tape :  


Contained By x2

Title NoTitle
14350Not for public viewing
13026Eyes on the prize [stock footage]