The Jims Do Vietnam

Home video footage of Jim Lindheim and Jim Tharpe's trip to Vietnam in November, 1995. Lindheim and Tharpe visit notable sites in Vietnam, including Ho Chi Mihn City, Vietnam War battle sites, the Central Highlands, the ancient Chinese city of Hue, Hanoi, and Ha Long Bay.

00:07Copy video clip URL Video introduction by Jim Lindheim

00:29Copy video clip URL Morning in Ho Chi Minh City, previously known as Saigon.

01:28Copy video clip URL Jim visits Christine’s old house, 67BIS, in Ho Chi Minh City. Across the street is the previous home of General Westmoreland.

02:00Copy video clip URL Inside the Independence Palace in Ho Chi Minh City.

02:14Copy video clip URL The street where the Vietnam War ended.

02:36Copy video clip URL Vietnam War era communication machines inside the presidential palace.

03:07Copy video clip URL The United States Embassy

03:24Copy video clip URL Jim describes the first day trip in Hi Chi Minh City.

03:41Copy video clip URL The Cao Dai Temple in Tay Ninh in southern Vietnam.

05:46Copy video clip URL Tour of Viet Cong tunnels from the Vietnam War.

07:26Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day one in Vietnam.

09:10Copy video clip URL A tour down the Nikon River, a tributary of the Mekong delta, in a sampan boat.

11:37Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day two in Vietnam.

13:15Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim describes the second part of the trip in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

13:27Copy video clip URL A hotel in the city of Pleiku, located in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

14:34Copy video clip URL Tour of a rural village of ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

19:16Copy video clip URL Village music in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

21:32Copy video clip URL The Vietnamese villagers see themselves on camera.

22:37Copy video clip URL Jim Tharpe walks across a Vietnam era barbwire bridge to cross a stream.

24:06Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim and Jim Tharpe wade through a river.

24:43Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day three in Vietnam.

25:50Copy video clip URL Jim Tharpe’s comments on the third day in Vietnam.

26:46Copy video clip URL A chief’s house in a rural village in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

28:14Copy video clip URL Vietnamese village children sing.

29:33Copy video clip URL A village cemetery in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

30:11Copy video clip URL Jim Tharpe gives candy to the Vietnamese village children.

30:31Copy video clip URL Rural village baths in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

31:11Copy video clip URL A french church in Kon Tum, Vitenam.

31:23Copy video clip URL A hotel in Kon Tum, Vietnam.

33:52Copy video clip URL A Bahnar village cemetery.

34:12Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim crosses a wooden bridge.

35:01Copy video clip URL The center of a Bahnar village.

35:15Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim is offered a drink inside a Bahnar house.

37:16Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day four in Vietnam.

38:51Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim and Jim Tharpe dine at a local Vietnamese restaurant in celebration of Lindheim’s 50th birthday.

39:35Copy video clip URL A Vietnam War battle tour in Dak To, Vietnam.

40:33Copy video clip URL A Vietnamese rice farmer dries out rice on the street.

40:50Copy video clip URL The site of a former American base from the Vietnam War in Dak To, Vietnam.

41:37  A truck breaks down on a bridge near the border between Laos and Cambodia.

43:08Copy video clip URL A birthday dinner in a local Vietnamese restaurant in honor of Jim Lindheim.

44:26Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day five in Vietnam.

46:23Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim describes the third part of the trip to Da Nang and the ancient Chinese imperial cities of Hoi An and Hue.

46:37Copy video clip URL Tour of a Chinese Mandarin’s house in the city of Hoi An, Vietnam.

48:33Copy video clip URL A Chinese temple in Hoi An, Vietnam.

48:50Copy video clip URL A Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.

49:32Copy video clip URL A tour of a merchant’s house in Hoi An, Vietnam.

50:17Copy video clip URL A river with boats in Hoi An, Vietnam.

50:52Copy video clip URL A hotel in Da Nang, Vietnam.

52:00Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day six in Vietnam.

53:43Copy video clip URL A view of Land Co beach in Vietnam.

54:14Copy video clip URL Inside the citadel of the ancient Chinese city of Hue.

54:55Copy video clip URL The emperor’s gate in the ancient Chinese city of Hue.

56:28Copy video clip URL The building complex where the emperor lived in the ancient Chinese city of Hue.

57:15Copy video clip URL The courtyard in front of the emperor’s temple in the ancient Chinese city of Hue.

57:28Copy video clip URL The emperor’s temple in the ancient Chinese city of Hue.

57:42Copy video clip URL The Temple of the Heavenly Ladies, also known as the Thien Mu Pagoda, in the city of Hue, Vietnam.

58:14Copy video clip URL The car of Thich Quang Duc, the Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself in protest on June 11th, 1963.

58:31Copy video clip URL The mausoleum of Bao Dai, the final emperor of Vietnam.

59:26Copy video clip URL The mausoleum of the emperor Thieu Tri, the third emperor of the Vietnamese Nguyen Dynasty.

1:00:51Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day seven in Vietnam.

1:01:30Copy video clip URL The city of Hanoi, also known as the City of Lakes.

1:01:45Copy video clip URL The Temple of the Jade Mountain in Hanoi, honoring the famous 13th century general Tran Hung Dao.

1:01:54Copy video clip URL The Huc Bridge, which connects the Jade island to the shore of Hanoi.

1:01:03Copy video clip URL A street scene in Hanoi.

1:02:24Copy video clip URL The Temple of Confucius in Hanoi, which hosts the Imperial Academy, Vietnam’s first national university.

1:02:57Copy video clip URL Ba Dihn square in Hanoi, Vietnam.

1:03:15Copy video clip URL The mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh.

1:03:44Copy video clip URL A rickshaw ride in the streets of Hanoi.

1:04:16Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day eight in Vietnam.

1:05:08Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim and Jim Tharpe buy Vietnamese pottery in Hanoi.

1:05:57Copy video clip URL The Bach Dang River, site of the famous Vietnamese victory over the Mongols in 1288.

1:06:24Copy video clip URL A hotel in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.

1:07:33Copy video clip URL Jim Tharpe describes dinner at a restaurant in Ha Long Bay, and shows off the mosquito netting on the hotel beds.

1:08:14Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day nine in Vietnam.

1:09:21Copy video clip URL Traveling by boat in Ha Long Bay.

1:09:39Copy video clip URL A cove in Ha Long Bay.

1:09:59Copy video clip URL A cave inside an island in Ha Long Bay.

1:10:24Copy video clip URL Traveling by boat in Ha Long Bay.

1:12:14Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day ten in Vietnam.

1:13:22Copy video clip URL A morning rickshaw ride on the streets of Hanoi.

1:14:34Copy video clip URL A street in Hanoi where every shop sells cigarettes.

1:15:46Copy video clip URL A Microsoft store on the streets of Hanoi.

1:16:08Copy video clip URL The Metropole Hanoi hotel in Vietnam.

1:16:21Copy video clip URL A performance at the Thang Long Water Puppet Theater in Hanoi, Vietnam.

1:18:54Copy video clip URL Jim Lindheim’s video journal of day eleven in Vietnam.

 

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