Description: NEWSFEED: 6/5-25/04, DEDICATION OF USN JIMMY CARTER, REAGAN FUNERAL, PHILLIPINO ELECTION, NAVY, GW BUSH, ERIC CLAPTON'S GUITARS; DX EXT crowd waits on both sides of a bridge, top of bridge, ws more people gather around bridge, DX EXT var shots of a submarine, SSN Jimmy Carter, Navy men make their way to sub platform to audience applause; DX EXT Jimmy Carter himself enters platform to applause, T/H Carter is asked questions by press, mostly regarding Reagan; DX EXT T/H former Carter aide (?) answers questions from reporters, Carter's family listens in as speech is given; DX EXT man gives another speech introducing Carter clan, son gives speech still in his chair; DX EXT navy captain gives speech, cannon fire, Ronald Reagan coffin, soldiers set up barricades; INT coffin in rotunda, people wait in line to mourn, T/H spanish women mourn Reagan, casket placed in hearse; INT Spanish congressman discusses Reagan (in spanish), woman signs yellow bike helmet, crowd applauds at Ronnie's funeral; INT President Bush hands medals to recipients of presidential medal of freedom; INT room full of Eric Clapton's guitars on display, red guitar w/case from his Cream days, B&W guitar; INT some of Stevie Ray Vaughns guitar, aerial of car chase comes to end, suspect runs, police man beat him w/flashlights; INT LA Chief of Police holds press conference regarding beating; INT worker places jaw of T-Rex skeleton on to rest of body, var shots of fossils throughout museum; INT tourists walk around museum; DX EXT South American peds throw water all over street for some John the Baptist-the med holiday, they hose down a lizard!; INT Phillipino president announced, audience cheers, T/H female president gives speech; DX EXT troops on standby, INT airport security room, Dromoland Castle Hotel, T/H young war protester; INT Philippino man arrested, guns, passport;
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