Raw footage for The 90's election specials. The sights and sounds of the St. Patrick's Day parade in Chicago: marchers, politicians, the green Chicago River, etc. Highlighted moments below:
00:41Copy video clip URL Tape of a newspaper that says “Clinton Surges,” and then at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a green poodle.
04:15Copy video clip URL The Chicago river, famously dyed green.
07:16Copy video clip URL Mayor Richard M. Daley comments on the upcoming presidential election: “The Democratic Party today is made up of people who don’t identify with the donkeys or the elephants. They’re much more independent… The Roosevelt era is over in this country, so they identify to an individual.” Daley won’t endorse a single candidate.
13:02Copy video clip URL Good footage of people with bagpipes marching.
14:24Copy video clip URL Daley marching with Governor Jim Edgar.
18:06Copy video clip URL Interview with Niki Tsongas, wife of presidential candidate Paul Tsongas, as she marches. Then, more shots of the parade, including several marching bands, Irish dancers, floats, and other typical parade marchers.
42:02Copy video clip URL Bush / Quayle marchers, briefly, and then also briefly a Congressman Dan Rostenkowski float.
49:20Copy video clip URL Art Jones, a neo-Nazi, marches with the Black Sheep and endorses Buchanan.
50:05Copy video clip URL Interview with Hillary Clinton’s brothers, Tony and Hugh Rodham, who are marching in support of their brother-in-law.
52:09Copy video clip URL Interview with Joan Jett Blakk, the Queer Nation’s candidate for president. As they march, her supporters cheer, “We’re here! We’re queer! Get used to it!”
56:54Copy video clip URL A man mysteriously hauling a prisoner in a cage.
01:02:31Copy video clip URL End of tape.