Description: 5/2011 **WE VAULT D5 HD, WE VAULT NEG**, LAS VEGAS CIRCA 1970S, archival Las Vegas, STARDUST, FLAMINGO HOTEL, CIRCUS CIRCUS, FREMONT STREET, HOOVER DAM, THE STRIP, NEON COWBOY; DX EXT downtoWn Las Vegas street scene circa 1970's, ws entrance to Caesar Palace, WS Barbary Coast hotel, traffic in fg; DX EXT ws Bally's Hotel, Rodney Dangerfield headlines, ws Flamingo Hilton, giant colorful umbrella fixtures, Westward Ho sign;DX EXT Stardust marquee, Slots A'Fun sign, Circus Circus sign, small motel entrance, ws z-in desert (could be Vegas in distance);NX EXT Circus Circus sign all lit up, Slots A Fun entrance, Circus Circus sign;NX EXT downtown LV Frontier Hotel, neon cowboy in bg, ws Fremont St, wedding chapel, Caesar Palace sign w/statue in FG; NX EXT Caesar Palace, DX Fremont st, Wedding Chapel, ws Vegas World hotel, another wedding chapel;NX EXT strip, Stardust Hotel in fg, z-in Frontier Hotel sign, Westward Ho sign, cu neon cowboy waving, Wedding Chapel; NX EXT better shot of Ballys Hotel sign, flashing 'Casino' sign, Horseshoe hotel sign, Jack pots every 15 minutes';NX EXT Vegas World sign, man at large slot machine, 'Win a Honda' slot machine, Circus Circus entrance;NX EXT ws Fremont Street, Little Chapel of the Flowers, Vegas World hotel, cheap motel;NX EXT extreme ws of Vegas lights from mountaintop--VERY small and not as bright as it would be today; DX EXT ws really old ghost town with cars passing through, ws Hoover Dam; NX EXT Desert Inn drive way, ws strip w/Stardust Hotel prominent, Frontier Hotel, shakey handheld driving shots of strip;NX EXT dark shots of peds crossing street, pan across Bourbon St. Hotel, Maxim Hotel, pan from Flamingo to Barbary coast; NX EXT tilt up w/neon lighting to Dunes Hotel sign;,This could be the sun but I'm not sure---weird point of orange light;
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