[The 90’s election specials raw: DNC #4]

Raw footage shot for The 90's election specials. This tape features footage of the end of the Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden, featuring a speech by Al Gore and the nomination of Bill Clinton.

00:00Copy video clip URL Black.

00:11Copy video clip URL Footage from the street and the subway. A man hawks newspapers, paramedics talk preparedness.

03:03Copy video clip URL The fire department closes the floor due to reduce crowding.

05:46Copy video clip URL David Wilhelm talks to videomaker Skip Blumberg, saying his campaign had more fun than Tsongas’.

11:05Copy video clip URL Footage from the floor as Al Gore speaks. He describes Tipper and Hillary as having done more for the people than Ronald Reagan and George Bush.

15:56Copy video clip URL Gore concludes his speech to much applause. The crowd awaits Clinton.

19:54Copy video clip URL Jennifer Holiday performs.

23:53Copy video clip URL Crowd chants “We want Bill!” His speech begins. Convention staffers pass out American flags. Clinton gives his speech to the audience.

27:02Copy video clip URL A young woman holds a sign saying “Gennifer for VP.”

30:42Copy video clip URL Among the enthusiastic crowd, Blumberg focuses on a bored and disillusioned conventioneer.

33:59Copy video clip URL Man holds a sign reading “Delegate with AIDS seeks cure.”

38:47Copy video clip URL Clinton concludes his speech, “I still believe in a place called Hope.” Balloons drop as the crowd celebrates.

50:39Copy video clip URL Away from the floor, Blumberg captures convention goers.

53:19Copy video clip URL Clinton, Gore, and their people celebrate on stage. Clinton holds a sign that reads “Boot Bush ’92” on one side and “Excellent!” on the other.

55:28Copy video clip URL Blumberg speaks with reporters on the floor and people backstage.

1:01:45Copy video clip URL Clinton and his group leave through back stage. Blumberg descends into the subway.

1:02:31Copy video clip URL Tape ends.

 

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