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MID SHOT OF TRAFFIC PASSING IN A CITY LOOKING FROM ONE SIDE OF THE STREET TO ANOTHER - STORE FRONTS AS CARS PASS BY ON BUSY STREET - CIRCA 1950 CITY STREET SCENE - Small store fronts on bottom of buildings seen as cars pass
PEDESTRIANS WALK BY, CARS PASS - CAMERA LOOKS ACROSS THE STREET BUT PEDESTRIANS WALK PAST CAMERA - BUSY CITY STREET SHOT CIRCA 1950 LATE 1940'S - STORE FRONTS, CARS, PEDESTRIANS - SLICE OF LIFE - BUS PASSES, CARS , PEOPLE CROSS STREET, "VOST LEATHER COMPANY" STORE FRONT - LONG HELD STATIONARY SHOT - TROLLEY PASSES
TRAVELING SHOT RIO GENARO - RURAL HOMES TROPICAL AREA - PALM TREES - SHOT FROM MOVING VEHICLE - SCENERY PASSES BY , WOODS, SMALL HOMES , OTHER CARS, MOVING MATT SHOT - LINE OF PALM TREES , CAR SPEEDS UP, SCENERY PASSES BY - OTHER CARS, HIGHWAY BRIDGE
CAR AND STREET LIGHTS IN DARK, BLACK NIGHT, DRIVING SHOT AT NIGHT STREET LIGHTS AND CAR HEADLIGHTS PASS, IN MID-SHOT - NIGHT TIME TRAVELING PROCESS SHOT - STREET LIGHTS AND HEADLIGHTS PASS OVER DARK BLACK NIGHT - CITY PASSES AT NIGHT, TROLLY TRACKS ILLUMINATE AS CAR TURNS CORNER - HEADLIGHTS APPROACH
WIDE SHOT - PASSENGER PLANE WITH TWIN ENGINE AT SMALL AIRPORT ON RUN WAY PASSENGERS DISEMBARK, MAINTENANCE MEN WORK ON PLANE - STATIONARY SHOT OF SILVER PASSENGER PLANE AT AIRPORT
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