Description: AMELIE RUTTER, TALENT CLEARED, BIRTH, BATHING, DOCTOR CHECKS APRIL, STUPID MOVIE SCENES, MOCK DO NOT USE **INT - Amelie, new baby is bathed by mom, 2 weeks old-time stamp on picture INT - Slobadan looking stoned, with cigarette in mouth, do not use **INT - Amelie, nurse locks id band on just born baby girls wrist, cu of hands locking band to wrist ;INT - Amelie, nurse shows cleaned up baby to new mom April, baby wrapped in towel presented by nurse ;INT - Amelie, nurse cleans out baby girls, nose and air passages, date and time stamp in picture, hand held in hospital ;INT - Amelie, put into isolate at the hospital baby girl's first hour on the planet, it's her birthday 9/15/03 ;INT - Amelie, all wrapped up in isolate int the hospital, all clean in a blanket and cap, t/c and date stamp on the image ;INT - Amelie, & April, proud mom looks over baby girl and gives her the pacifier ;INT - mock movie scene, not cleared do not use **INT - mock movie scene, not cleared do not use **INT - mock movie scene, dumb daddy with straw up his nose - not cleared do not use **INT - mock movie scene, Slobadan and pals, do not use **INT - hospital prior to birth, April in hospital room date and time code stamp, hand held, jerky April in labor room ;INT - hospital room, nurse checks April for dilation, John pokes his head into the scene ;INT - April in labor room, nurse sets up baby incubator with lamps for after the birth, warming lamps, etc... ;INT - Nurse checks April pelvic prior to birth of Amelie Brooke; INT - Doctor, checks to see how far along the mom to be is, blue scrubs, nurse in room assisting ;INT - Nurse checks on April for labor contractions, room is darkened, time code is removed from the picture ;INT - Doctor, back to check on mom to be progress, no time or date stamp on picture letterbox ;INT - Doctor, and nurses back to deliver the baby...lots of activity ;
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