CamNet, episode 1601

Two hour cable program produced by Nancy Cain and friends in L.A. in the mid-90s with an environmental and political focus.

01:05Copy video clip URL “The 90’s” channel intro theme.

02:09Copy video clip URL Video footage of Mighty talking about Clinton winning the election in Woodstock, NY. She then sings the song “The Man on the Moon” about feminism and if women had the standing of men in society.

09:03Copy video clip URL Footage from the 1992 presidential election night in Washington, DC. People joke around and talk to the camera, excited that their candidate, Clinton, won.

09:52Copy video clip URL People clap and cheer in the streets as cars beep. Other news channels conduct interviews. 

10:40Copy video clip URL CamNet videographer speaks to a police officer about his body cam and asks about getting copies of the footage to show on TV.

12:45Copy video clip URL Program break and ads.

14:44Copy video clip URL Footage from the GOP Victory Party in Washington, DC. The videographer talks to a man about Bush losing, saying the party ended “when [Clinton got] 270 electoral votes.”

18:34Copy video clip URL Videographer then talks to other Bush supporters. One man discusses being a democrat and being “accepted into the group” because he holds a Bush sign or weirds a GOP paper badge. 

21:15Copy video clip URL Mighty plays guitar and sings, again. Children and other people watch her perform.

25:11Copy video clip URL Program break and ads.

27:12Copy video clip URL Title card reads “Henry Miller 84, No.2 by John Hunt” followed by “Pacific Palisades; January 1976.” He jokes around, telling stories about his past, such as when he came back to New York from France and threw his books overboard. He also talks about his mother and his writing journey to success. 

37:16Copy video clip URL Henry talks about why he went to Europe and how Paris inspired him to write better. He tells the story of how he ended up going to Europe with his wife by having her pretend to be the writer of his works. He says he owes “a great, great deal to France” because they “let [him] be” while America would push him “further and further down.” He talks about begging for money in New York

45:28Copy video clip URL Program break and ads.

47:27Copy video clip URL An experimental narrative segment about saving water and recycling. It ends with the line “I will stop living like a hulking pig and start saving the Earth.”

51:04Copy video clip URL Ends credits for this segment.

51:10Copy video clip URL Program break and ads.

53:09Copy video clip URL Mighty sings more.

55:06Copy video clip URL End credits.



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