Description: NEWSFEED: 6/4-5/2004 D-DAY AUDIENCE, JETS, PRES.BUSH, AIR FORCE ONE, SOLDIERS, TANKS, HARBOR, CEMETERY, D-DAY. VETERANS, PRIESTS, MASS, FLAGS;DX EXT crowd of soldiers and veterans, audience members holding American flag, PAN military orchestra, audience claps; DX EXT introduction of certain audience members, WS jets flying in the distance, jets release jumpers in remembrance of d-day;DX EXT LSHOT jets flying, jumpers jump from plane releasing parachutes, CU army boots, MS Canadian soldier, man w/Canadian flag;DX EXT ceremony, CU profile of elderly male, CU tombstone, arrival of dignitaries, Canadian soldier veterans;DX EXT elderly male w/ glasses and mouth open, T/H master of ceremonies, T/H commander and chief of Canada gives opening address;DX EXT CU elderly males eyes through his glasses, VAR shots of veterans faces, PAN tombstones, air force one;DX EXT pres. bush and first lady step out of plane wave and greet people, man hangs British flag outside his window; DX EXT CU red flower, older male walks on harbor, CU wedding b/w wedding picture, picture of groom and bride forty years later; DX EXT HS lake house, T/H male on how he met his wife during the war, aftermath of attack on Iraqi city, tanks, soldiers;DX EXT teenage boy shows off gun, children chanting in the street, T/H priest on Anglican community position on homosexuals; INT T/H priest on churches stand on homosexual marriages, priest walking down the street, Hispanic people singing and cheering;INT T/H male on signatures obtained to recall the Venezuelan president, Hispanic people signing and dancing in the street; DX EXT woman dancing w/Venezuelan flag in street, crowd of people in streets cheering and waving Venezuelan flag;DX EXT older males getting off tour bus, conversing in street, pond, chickens, elderly males walk into home, CU gold coin; DX EXT elderly male holds up diploma, T/H males on war, dinner celebration, cemetery full of cross tombstones and American flags; DX EXT mass ceremony at cemetery;
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