Description: STAGED SHOTS OF FAMILY BBQ, PREGNANT WIFE HAS CONTRACTIONS, CLOWNING CREW MEMBERS, MAN HAS HEART ATTACK--(TALENT CLEARED); DX high MS middle-aged lady turning away from camera; DX LS man on patio deck flipping burgers on charcoal bbq barbecue grill as boy throws blue ball at him & pregnant wife enters frame; DX same shot as above, lady acts like she's having contractions & man runs over & puts arm around her. Repeat from LINE 3; DX MS man w/wife, they exit frame w/barbecue in BG. Same shot, different take as LINE 2, but w/man & wife going off screen; DX Same shot, different take as above, but w/ entire film crew entering frame to help wife & waving at camera; DX MS director (?) holding kid up to camera. WS people behind scenes. Craning WS of valley from backyard w/pan-l to crew, waving; INT house, MS woman in kitchen on phone by sink, crosses over & leans on counter (5 takes); INT house, MS woman on phone at kitchen counter reading book called 'Women' (11 takes!); INT house, FS woman sitting in chair in living room, man sits down next to her and reads newspaper (5 takes); INT house, MS man in chair w/newspaper puts glasses on, then flips them off & starts gasping for air (4 takes, 2 closer); INT house, MS heart-attack man having trash bag put across him & water sprayed on him ('sweat'); INT house, MS man in chair w/paper has heart-attack as camera slowly pulls-in for CU (4 takes) ; INT house, CU newspaper w/tilt-u to CU man having attack (2 takes); INT house, CU woman reading paper, looking over and reacting in horror to heart attack (14 takes); DX WS film crew on patio waving at camera; DX FS man at BBQ w/kid throwing him ball, pregnant woman's stomach enters frame, contracts, & tilt-u to woman as man runs to her; DX (5 takes of above shot) MS just man at BBQ thrown ball, lady enters in extreme FG, man runs to her (2 takes); NOTE: Shots cannot be sold to Spokane, WA market!
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