CamNet, episode 301

Two hour cable program produced by Nancy Cain and friends in L.A. in the mid-90s with a focus on the 1992 election.

01:52Copy video clip URL CamNet title card followed by behind the scenes footage of a live TV show with a laugh track. The people working on the script make adjustments to a joke before airing and hearing the crowd react to it.

07:06Copy video clip URL Videographer speaks to Linda Bloodworth-Thomason who works on the show and also does fundraising for Bill Clinton. She remarks “we believe in them…I don’t like asking for money…we want people to support him because they believe in him.”

12:10Copy video clip URL Program break and ads.

15:18Copy video clip URL Footage on Melrose Ave in LA of items in a sex-store and what people are buying. The videographer also talks to the shop workers about practicing safe sex.

24:58Copy video clip URL Program break and ads.

27:14Copy video clip URL Paul Krassner delivers the CamNet Network News and gives his commentary.

30:30Copy video clip URL On a boat called “Greenpeace,” the videographer speaks to Bob Hunter, founder of Greenpeace, the actor who will play him, and the man making the film about Bob.

34:47Copy video clip URL People tour the Greenpeace boat.

41:26Copy video clip URL Program break and ads.

43:58Copy video clip URL Further BTS footage from the TV show in LA. Linda Bloodworth-Thomason introduces Roger Clinton and his mother, Virginia. 

46:26Copy video clip URL One man discusses the campaign and Hollywood backing it. “Everybody in the office is involved in the campaign…we’re all just working elbow to elbow,” he says. Another man talks about the Clinton’s travel schedule. 

49:44Copy video clip URL Three young girls swing on a set together.

50:14Copy video clip URL Videographer interviews a man working at Randy’s Donuts. Interviews with other people nearby are also shown. All agree that the building and shop shouldn’t be closed or torn down.

53:14Copy video clip URL Credits roll over footage of men performing in another language.



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