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WS SLATE IN DESERT SETTING FOR " THE PIONEERS " CHARLES VIDOR / GEORGE MEEHAN - SCENE 407 COLUMBIA PICTURES
WS STAGNANT SHOT OF DESERT LANDSCAPE - POSSE OF COWBOYS OR CAVALRY ON HORSE BACK SLOWLY APPROACHES FROM DISTANCE AND RIDES TOWARDS CAMERA
TAKE TWO - WS OF CALVARY OR POSSE OF COWBOYS RIDING TOWARDS CAMERA
TAKE THREE OF ABOVE
CREW MEMBER HOLDS SLATE FOR NEXT SHOT ( COLUMBIA # 163 SCENE 407 TAKE 1)
WS OF STAMPEDE OF HORSES AND COWBOYS RACING OR RIDING FAST TOWARDS CAMERA - SINGLE MOUNTED COWBOY RIDES TOWARDS THE RIGHT AFTER STAMPEDE PASSES
TAKE TWO OF ABOVE MOUNTED COWBOYS WILD HORSES STAMPEDE OR RUN TOWARDS CAMERA
HORSES, COWBOYS AND PIONEER COVERED WAGON RIDE SLOWLY PASSING RIGHT TO LEFT AND THEN TAKE OFF IN A GALLOP AFTER AN EXPLOSION - COWBOYS STAMPEDE HORSES WAVING HATS IN AIR, COVERED WAGON PASSES BY
ANOTHER TAKE OF ABOVE
MS RACING MOUNTED COWBOYS AND COVERED WAGONS PASS BY LEFT TO RIGHT IN CHASE - STAMPEDE
CREW MEMBER SLATES NEXT TAKE HERD OF WILD HORSES GUIDED BY COWBOYS AND COVERED WAGON IN BACKGROUND RIDE SLOWLY UNTIL A SMALL EXPLOSION MAKES THEM RACE AND GALLOP PAST CAMERA
MS HORSES, COWBOYS AND COVERED WAGONS RACE PAST CAMERA - CU SHOT
WIDER SHOT OF ABOVE SCENE - GREAT WESTERN CHASE - STAMPEDE - RACE SCENE WITH WILD HORSES, MOUNTED COWBOYS AND COVERED WAGONS
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