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Vietnam on Film and Television: Documentaries in the Library of Congress

Compiled by Victoria E. Johnson


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Introduction

This is a compilation of film and television documentaries about the Vietnam War and related subjects held in the collections of the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division of the Library of Congress.

Although not comprehensive, it includes many, if not most, of the relevant titles held in the Division in July 1989. It is hoped that the list will be expanded periodically as other titles are discovered and new titles acquired. A large percentage of the works were received as copyright deposits. Other sources include purchase, gift, and off-air videotaping. The list includes documentaries only, not dramatic films. The Division's collections are also rich in fiction films about the Vietnam War, but that is the subject for another publication. Also excluded are television news broadcasts.

The entries are arranged alphabetically by the title of the work. Numbers expressed in digits precede letters and therefore 60 MINUTES precedes ABC SCOPE. Television series make up a large portion of the list. Particularly helpful in pulling together series material was Daniel Einstein's book, Special edition: a guide to network television documentary series and special news reports, 1955-1979 (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1987).

Within the series, entries are arranged in one of two ways:

          1) chronologically by date or sequential episode number.
                see: 60 MINUTES
                     VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY 
                     VIETNAM WEEKLY REVIEW

           2) alphabetically by episode title or by name of guest.
                see: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR 
                     CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT
                     MEET THE PRESS

  

Cross references are made from episode titles to series titles. An exception is MEET THE PRESS. The name of the guest is not considered an episode title, but each is included in the index. Each entry includes title (in boldface), collection, production company, year of release, minimal production credits, telecast date (if applicable), copyright information (if available), physical description, shelf location number (in boldface), and a brief summary. The copyright statement includes copyright claimant, date of registration, and registration number. In the first element of the line of physical description, "c" signifies videocassette or videoreel, and "r" signifies film reel.

An interesting and unique collection, the Embassy of South Vietnam Collection, is separately described in Appendix 1 (p. 73).

The films and videotapes in the Library's collections are not available for loan but may be viewed at the Library by researchers by advance appointment. For further information, see Appendix 2: Guidelines for Viewing Films and Videotapes (p. 74), or write to: Reference Librarian; Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division; Library of Congress; Washington, DC 20540; Tel: (202) 707-1000.

This filmography of about 400 works was compiled by Victoria Johnson, a cinema studies and political science student from the University of Illinois, during an eight-week internship in June-July 1989. That Ms. Johnson was able to accomplish so much in so brief a time is a tribute to her versatility, intelligence and hard work. Because our internal catalogs generally lack subject access and content descriptions, she had to pull this material together from many disparate sources and actually viewed a number of works to verify data. She did a splendid job and we are grateful. Thanks are also due to our reference librarian, Sam Brylawski, who provided valuable technical assistance throughout the project, which was compiled on a personal computer using WordPerfect 5.0 software.

Patrick J. Sheehan, Head, Documentation and Reference Section
Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division


List of Films

60 MINUTES. (1969/09/30).  See also 60 MINUTES (1979/11/11)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1969. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Harry Reasoner; Telecast:
CBS; September 30, 1969.
      (c) CBS; 30 Sep 69; MP22875.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 6985-6986
Includes a report on the trauma and rehabilitation of Vietnam veterans who
lost a limb in Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1969/10/14)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1969. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Harry Reasoner; Telecast:
CBS; October 14, 1969.
      (c) CBS; 14 Oct 69; MP22573.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 0017-0018
Includes an interview with Senator Eugene McCarthy on Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1969/11/11)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1969. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Harry Reasoner; Telecast:
CBS; November 11, 1969.
      (c) CBS; 11 Nov 69; MP22574.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 0019-0020
Examination of legal methods of avoiding the draft.

60 MINUTES. (1970/01/06)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1970. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Harry Reasoner; Telecast:
CBS; January 6, 1970.
      (c) CBS; 6 Jan 70; MP22577.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 0025-0026
Includes a segment which looks at artwork created by Marines who have
served in Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1970/05/26)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1970. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Harry Reasoner; Telecast:
CBS; May 26, 1970.
      (c) CBS; 26 May 70; MP22584.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 0039-0040
Includes a debate between Frank McGee and Seymour Hersh on Vietnam and the
           My Lai massacre.

60 MINUTES. (1970/06/16)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1970. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporters: Harry Reasoner, Mike
Wallace; Telecast: CBS; June 16, 1970.
      (c) CBS; 16 Jun 70; MP22696.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 6993-6994
Includes a look at how GI's feel about Vietnam before they go and upon
return. Mike Wallace interviews servicemen aboard planes going to and
leaving from Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1971/03/16)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; March 16, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 16 March 71; MP24668.
      2r, 60 min, b&w, 16mm.                                       FBB 1372-1373
Includes a report on the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident which led to the
escalation of the Vietnam War. This episode won an Emmy award for
Outstanding Achievement in Magazine-type Programming.

60 MINUTES. (1971/04/13)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; April 13, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 13 Apr 71; MP25670.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 1376-1377
Includes a segment titled "My Lai Revisited." An examination of the My Lai
massacre in Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1971/05/11)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; May 11, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 11 May 71; MP24671.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 1380-1381
Includes an interview with former President Johnson.

60 MINUTES. (1971/09/19)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; September 19, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 19 Sep 71; MP24674.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                     FBB 1387-1388 
Report on the recent elections in South Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1971/12/12)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; December 12, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 12 Dec 71; MP24678.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 6958-6959
Report on attitudes regarding amnesty for Vietnam War draft resisters.

60 MINUTES. (1972/01/23)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporters: Morley Safer, Mike
Wallace; Telecast: CBS; January 23, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 23 Jan 72; MP26154.
      2r, 60 min, b&w, 16mm.                                       FBB 2580-2581
Includes a segment titled "100,000 Deserters" about members of the armed
forces who are absent without leave and hiding from federal authorities in
the United States and Canada.

60 MINUTES. (1972/04/09)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; April 9, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 9 Apr 72; MP26155.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7473-7474
Report on the progress and effectiveness of the Vietnamization program.

60 MINUTES. (1972/04/23)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; April 23, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 23 Apr 72; MP26241.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7303-7304
Interview with Viet Cong Foreign Minister, Madame Binh.

60 MINUTES. (1972/05/14)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; May 14, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 14 May 72; MP26032.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7299-7300
Discussion of President Nixon's decision to mine North Vietnamese ports.

60 MINUTES. (1972/06/18)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; June 18, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 18 Jun 72; MP26033.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7305-7306
Filmed report revealing the extent of bombing damage in North Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1972/11/26)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; November 26, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 26 Nov 72; MP26156.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7475-7476
Report on Everett Alvarez, an American POW in North Vietnam.

60 MINUTES. (1973/01/28)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1973. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; January 28, 1973.
      (c) CBS; 28 Jan 73; MP26382.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7544-7545
Report entitled "Goodbye Saigon" on Vietnamese now exiled from their
homeland. Report on the recently accomplished Vietnam peace agreement.
Interview with former President Johnson, originally aired on 5/11/71,
presented on the occasion of his death.

60 MINUTES. (1973/02/11)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1973. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; February 11, 1973.
      (c) CBS; 11 Feb 73; MP26385.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 2666-2667
Interviews with the wives of two American POW's: Mrs. Jeremiah Denton and
Mrs. Robert Purcell.

60 MINUTES. (1973/04/01)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1973. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer, Mike
Wallace; Telecast: CBS; April 1, 1973.
      (c) CBS; 1 Apr 73; MP26388.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7542-7543
Interview with former POW and anti-war activist, Naval Capt. Walter
Wilber.

60 MINUTES. (1973/06/10)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1973. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; June 10, 1973.
      (c) CBS; 10 Jun 73; MP26409.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 2664-2665
Interviews with the wives of American B-52 pilots who comment on their
husbands' attitudes toward participation in the bombing raids on Cambodia.

60 MINUTES. (1974/07/28)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1974. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; July 28, 1974.
      (c) CBS; 28 Jul 74; MP26519.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7465-7466
Segment titled "MIA Wife" reports on the status of servicemen still listed
as "missing in action" in Vietnam, and how their families cope with their
pain.

60 MINUTES. (1975/03/16)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1975. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporters: Morley Safer, Dan Rather;
Telecast: CBS; March 16, 1975.
      (c) CBS; 15 Mar 75; MP27142.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7448-7449
"Memory of Vietnam" offers a retrospective look at the Vietnam War,
featuring a comparison of the country now as opposed to ten years ago.

60 MINUTES. (1979/06/24)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1979. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporters: Morley Safer, Dan Rather,
Mike Wallace and Harry Reasoner; Telecast: CBS; June 24, 1979.
      (c) CBS; 24 Jun 79; PA41-766.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4"                                          VBA 5060
Report on the plight of South Vietnamese refugees, and the current influx
of "boat people" to the United States.

60 MINUTES. (1979/11/11).  See also 60 MINUTES (9/30/69)
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1979. Producer: Don Hewitt; Reporters: Morley Safer, Dan Rather,
Mike Wallace and Harry Reasoner; Telecast: CBS; November 11, 1979.
      (c) CBS; 11 Nov 79; PA50-861.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBA 9615
"Looking Back" is a segment which offers a Veterans Day report on three
Vietnam veterans, wounded in 1969. 60 MINUTES first reported on these
soldiers on 1969/09/30.

ABC NEWS CLOSEUP: Class That Went to War, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1977. Producer/Writer/Director: Richard Gerdau; Reporter: Steve
Bell; Telecast: ABC; December 1, 1977.
      (c) ABC; 14 Nov 77; PA74-751.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBB 3051
Study of the people of the Vietnam era which traces the lives of some of
the members of producer Gerdau's Chatham, New Jersey High School class of
1964. Class members and their families relate how the war has altered
their lives.

ABC NEWS CLOSEUP: VIETNAM REQUIEM.  See: VIETNAM REQUIEM.

ABC NEWS SPECIAL: Heroes and Heroin.
Copyright Collection
      ABC.  1971.  Prod: Av Westin. Narrators: Frank Reynolds, Howard
Tuckner, and Ron Miller; Telecast: ABC; August 21, 1971.     
      (c) ABC; 3 Aug 71; MP22911. 
      1r, 60 min., color; 16mm.                                         FDA 1706
Examines the problem of drug addiction among US servicemen in Vietnam and
among those who have returned and measures being taken to help them.
Included are films shot at a Western White House meeting on the subject
between President Nixon and his top aides.

ABC NEWS SPECIAL: When Johnny Comes Marching Home.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1971. Prod: Ernest Pendrell. Narrator: Frank Reynolds; Telecast:
ABC; September 5, 1971. 
      (c) ABC; 15 Aug 71; MP22471.
      1r, 60 min., color; 16mm.                                         FBA 1703
Report on the unemployment problems faced by returning Vietnam veterans.
Also, a look at state and federal programs designed to help them.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: American Families in Saigon.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director/Producer/Writer: Desmond Smith; Telecast; ABC;
July 1, 1967.   
      (c) ABC; 1 Jul 67; MP18808.
     1r, 60 min., b&w; 16mm.                                            FBA 8242
A look at a non-military American family living in Saigon.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Authoritative Source, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Richard Schenkel; Producer: Charles Schuman;
Narrator: Howard K. Smith;  Telecast: ABC; December 3, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 3 Dec 1966; MP16861                                      FBA 5851
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.
A top Pentagon official (Col. Roger R. Bankson) offers a briefing on the
military situation in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Battlefront in the 'Other War.'
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Executive Producer: Arthur Holch; Producer/Reporter:
Andrew Pearson; Telecast: ABC; August 19, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 19 Aug 1967; MP18815.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 1831
Report on Vietnam's An Giang Province, reveals an attempt by the US
government to win over the peasants of An Giang Province through a multi-
million dollar social and economic development project whose success has
been minimal. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Beyond the Ballots.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: David Jayne; Telecast: ABC; September 16, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 16 Sept 67; MP18818.
      1r, 30min., b&w, 16mm.                                            FBA 8132
Analyzes what the voting results of the Vietnamese presidential elections
will mean to the South Vietnamese people. Features discussion by ABC
newsmen, US Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker, and American and Vietnamese
officials.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Black and White.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy; Producer: David Jayne;
Writer/Narrator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; February 19, 1967.  
      (c) ABC; 19 Feb 67; MP16872.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5852
Examines the attitudes of blacks toward the war and their role in the
army.  Statements by Martin Luther King, Jr., Floyd McKissick, Stokely
Carmichael, Whitney Young, black residents of Mississippi, Harlem, and men
serving as soldiers in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Call to Manila, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Richard Schenkel; Producer/Writer: James
Benjamin; Narrator: Howard H. Wolf; Telecast: ABC; October 1, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 28 Sept 66; MP16379.
       1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                          FBA 5069
Reports on the Manila Conference, in which President Johnson and the
chiefs of state of all Asian nations concerned in the defense of South
Vietnam will participate.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Canada, the Sanctuary.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director/Producer/Writer: Dick Hubert; Telecast: ABC; May
27, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 27 May 67; MP18803.
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 8133
Shows how emigrating to Canada is becoming a viable alternative to those
young men who do not support the war in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Champ, Count Me Out, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy, Producer: Jack T. O'Grady, Writer:
Sandy Goodman; Narrator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; April 29, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 29 Apr 67; MP16878.
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 5853
Examines refusal of heavyweight boxing champion Muhammed Ali to be
inducted into the US Army.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Children of War.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Richard Schenkel; Writer: Sandy Goodman,
Narrator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; March 4, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 5 Nov 68; MP16874                    
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 5854
Views the lives of a few Vietnamese children and young people.  Shows how
the war has profoundly influenced their lives and how they survive.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: China Briefing.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Anchor: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; July 22, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 22 Jul 67; MP18811     
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 8134
A conference of experts on China, including Dr. A.M. Halpern and Edwin O.
Reischauer, who discuss such issues as Chinese-American foreign policy,
Taiwan, and internal Chinese politics.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Con Thien, Ten Days in Hell.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Anchor: John Scali; Telecast; ABC; October 28, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 28 Oct 67; MP18824. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 9032
Famed still photographer David Douglas Duncan presents photographs of the
battle of Con Thien.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Cost of the War.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1969. Director: Lloyd Tweedy, Producer/Writer: Charles Schuman;
Telecast; ABC; January 28, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 28 Jan 67; MP16869.
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 5855
Examines expenditures of the war and the relationship of these costs to
expenditures on the "War on Poverty." Interviews with economists, and New
York City anti-poverty commissioner, conducted by correspondents.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Deepening Dissent, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Anchor/Moderator: John Scali; Telecast; ABC; May 13, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 13 May 67; MP18801. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 8243
Discussion between Senators Henry Jackson of Washington and George
McGovern of South Dakota over the increasing division in Congress over the
war in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Duty, Honor, Country.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Mac Hemion. Producer/Writer: Desmond Smith,
Narrator: Howard K. Smith; Telecast: ABC; June 11, 1966.
      (c) ABC; 11 Jun 66; MP16372. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 5070
Leaders of the 1966 class of West Point express their opinions regarding
what kind of man chooses the career of a professional soldier.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Eyewitness.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: David Jayne; Telecast: ABC; October 14, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 14 Oct 67; MP18822 
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 5856
Two correspondents, Harrison E. Salisbury and David Schoenbrun, report on
their visits to Hanoi.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: F-111.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Narrator: Jules Bergman; Telecast: ABC; November 11, 1967.

      (c) ABC; 11 Nov 67; MP18826. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 8135
Reports on the controversial F-111 fighter bomber--its production history,
technical quality, military applications, and high cost.  

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Fighting the Gun Runners.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Producer: Sandy Goodman; Narrator: Howard K. Smith;
Telecast: ABC; October 8, 1966.  
      (c) ABC; 6 Oct 66; MP16380.
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 5071
Shows the US Navy waging war against infiltrators carrying armaments and
supplies to the enemy.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Five Ways to Beat the V.C.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Producer: Sandy Goodman, Narrator: Howard K. Smith; 
Telecast: ABC; September 17, 1966.
      (c) ABC; 17 Sept 66; MP16377. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5339
Interview with Sir Robert Thompson, former Malayan Defense Secretary, and
a leader in the twelve year struggle against Communist guerrillas there.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Front Line Chaplain.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Executive Producer: Arthur Holch; Reporter: Don North;
Anchor: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; June 3, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 3 Jun 67; MP18804 
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 8136
Presents the experiences of an army chaplain, Father Theodore Dowd,
serving with the First Brigade, First Cavalry, in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: General Maxwell Taylor--Another War, Another
Peace.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy, Producers: Jack T. O'Grady, Dave
Jayne, Narrator: John Scali. Telecast: ABC; February 25, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 5 Nov 68; MP16873. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FBA 5857
In an interview by John Scali, General Maxwell Taylor discusses peace
prospects in Vietnam and compares the war there with the Korean conflict.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Global Reflections.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Anchor: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; October 21, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 21 Oct 67; MP18823.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8137
ABC correspondents discuss the effect the war in Vietnam has on our
allies. Participants include: John Rolfson, Robert Young, Sam Jaffe, and
Frank Reynolds.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Guns and Butter, Two Views.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy; Producer: Sandy Goodman; Narrator:
John Scali, Jim Burns; Telecast: ABC; January 21, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 21 Jan 67; MP16868
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5858
Harvard economist John Kenneth Galbraith discusses the US economy, Great
Society programs, and cost of the Vietnam War.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Help Yourself to Freedom.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Richard Schenkel; Producer: Drew Pearson;
Producer/Writer: Desmond Smith; Narrator: Howard K. Smith; Telecast: ABC;
December 17, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 17 Dec 66; MP16863. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5859
Examines a pacification program at work in a hamlet near Saigon. Everett
Baumgardner, who was chief adviser to the Ministry of Revolutionary
Development, discusses future prospects for the program at work there.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Home for Christmas.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Richard Schenkel, Producer/Writer: Sandy
Goodman, Narrator: Howard K. Smith with Tom Jarriel and Nick Basso;
Telecast: ABC; December 24, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 24 Dec 66; MP16864. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5860
Scenes of family reunions in US and servicemen in Vietnam ending tours of
duty there.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Hong Kong.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Telecast: ABC; December 9, 1967. 
      (c) ABC. 9 Dec 67; MP18830.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8138
Analyzes the violent demonstrations occurring in Hong Kong as a result of
the Vietnamese conflict.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: How Europe Sees Us.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Reporters: Louis Rukeyser, John Rolfson, Ray Maloney,
Charles P. Arnot; Telecast: ABC; May 20, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 20 May 67; MP18802.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8246
Discussion and analysis of an ABC poll taken in six European nations
designed to gauge Europe's views toward the US on the subject of Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: How Much Dissent?
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1968. Narrator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; January 20, 1968. 
      (c) ABC; 20 Jan 68; MP18798. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8246
Report on increasing opposition to the draft features an ABC poll which
reveals a wide range of opinions on the rights, wrongs, and limits of
dissent. Interviews with Gen. Louis B. Hershey, Sen. Vance Hartke,
activists Jerry Rubin and William Sloan Coffin, and Dr. Benjamin Spock,
who was recently indicted for disrupting draft operations.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: How Ready the Reserves?
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer/Writer: Dick Hubert; Telecast: ABC; August 26,
1967. 
      (c) ABC; 26 Aug 67; MP18816. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8245
Films a prime combat-ready reserve brigade performing its annual two-week
active training tour. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Image, Why Europe Feels that Way.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director/Producer: Jack T. O'Grady; Telecast: ABC; June
17, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 17 Jun 67; MP18806. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8140
Four columnists from London, Rome, Paris and Bonn exchange views about
Vietnam. Participating journalists include: Gavin Young, Elario Fiore,
Claude Beaudet and Count Hans Von Finkenstein. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: In the Enemy Camp.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Richard Schenkel, Producer/Writer: Sandy
Goodman, Narrator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; February 18, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 4 Feb 67; MP16870.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5861
Presents propaganda film from North Vietnam which provides new insights
into the war. Includes an interview with Premier Pham Van Dong.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Israel Yes, Saigon, No.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Prods: David Jayne and Arthur Holch, Moderator: John
Scali; Telecast: ABC; June 24, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 24 Jun 67; MP18807.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8141
Historian Barbara Tuchman, columnist Murray Kempton, and Senator Gale
McGee discuss the seemingly inconsistent viewpoints of some Americans who
support Israel militarily, but condemn the US military presence in
Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: John Kraft Survey: Vietnam in the Polling
Booth.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Richard Schentzel, Producer/Writer: James
Benjamin, Narrator: Howard K. Smith and John Kraft; Telecast: ABC;
November 5, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 5 Nov 66; MP16857. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5862
Soldiers in Vietnam discuss their political views and pollster John Kraft
surveys effects of the war on the forthcoming 1966 elections. Current
attitudes are compared with those poll results taken from the past summer.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Key to Victory, Part 1: Know the V.C.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director/Producers: Andrew Pearson, Narrator: Howard K.
Smith; Telecast: ABC; August 20, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 15 May 66; MP16371.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5341
Outlines the combined American-South Vietnamese policy to counter the Viet
Cong strategy in the villages and rural areas.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Key to Victory, Part 2: Hearts and Minds.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director/Producer: Andrew Pearson, Narrator: Howard K.
Smith; Telecast: ABC; August 27, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 8 Aug 66; MP16374. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5073
Examines Ngo Dinh Diem's Strategic Hamlet Program and shows why it failed
to win the "hearts and minds" of the villagers.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Key to Victory, Part 3: The Rice Roots.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Producer: Andrew Pearson, Narrator: Howard K. Smith;
Telecast: ABC; September 3, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 8 Aug 66; MP16375. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5074
Presents a newly-instituted program in South Vietnam designed to show
villagers how to rebuild their homes and fend off further attacks by the
VC.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Long Pull Ahead, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Marvin Schlenker; Prods: Thomas H. Wolf, Andrew
Pearson, James Benjamin; Narrator: Howard K. Smith; Telecast: ABC; July
23, 1966. 
      (c) ABC; 7 Jul 66; MP16373.
      1r, 29 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5341
Howard K. Smith interviews Malcolm W. Brown, author of The New Face of War
about the Vietnam conflict. Correspondents Brown and Edward R. Murrow
discuss with Smith the political and military future of Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: M-16, What Went Wrong?, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1968. Director: Jules Bergman, Producer: Dick Hubert; Telecast:
ABC; January 6, 1968. 
      (c) ABC; 6 Jan 68; MP18796.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8142
In-depth look at the Army's controversial new rifle and its myriad
deficiencies, which include malfunctions caused by poor maintenance and
defective ammunition.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Navy North.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: Andrew Pearson; Telecast: ABC; November 4, 1967.

      (c) ABC; 4 Nov 67; MP18825. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8247
Reports on a day in the life of the men aboard the aircraft carrier
Constellation, stationed in the Gulf of Tonkin.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: No Man's Land, Population 2.5 Million.
Copyright Collection.
      ABC. 1967. Telecast: ABC; December 23, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 23 Dec 67; MP18832. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8143
Reports on the 2.5 million Vietnamese peasants who refuse to leave the
countryside where most of the war's battles are taking place.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: North of North Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Narrator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; July 15, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 15 Jul 67; MP18810.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8144
A young European businessman who visits China regularly narrates his
experiences and impressions.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Outlook '68.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: David Jayne; Narrator: John Scali,
Correspondents: Bill Brannigan, Lou Cioffi, Louis Rukeyser and George
Watson; Telecast: ABC; December 30, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 30 Dec 67; MP18795.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8145
Correspondents Lou Cioffi, Louis Rukeyser, George Watson and John Scali
discuss the prospects of a resolution of the Vietnam War in 1968. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: People of War.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: Arthur Holch; Narrator: Howard K. Smith;
Telecast: ABC; April 23, 1966 and Retelecast: ABC; November 18, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 18 Nov 67; MP18827.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8146
Describes conditions in the village of Hoa Binh in April, 1966. Program
repeated, with follow up, eighteen months later in ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM
WAR: People of War Revisited.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: People of War Revisited.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: Andrew Pearson; Telecast: ABC; November 25,
1967.
      (c) ABC; 25 Nov 67; MP18828.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FBA 8248 
Interviews residents of the village of Hoa Binh along the central
coastline.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Questions America is Asking.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Frank Schenkel; Producer: Jack T. O'Grady;
Correspondent: Lou Cioffi, Ray Moloney, Sam Jaffe, George Watson, John
Rofson and Louis Rukeyser; Anchor: Howard K. Smith; Telecast: ABC; January
7, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 7 Jan 67; MP16866.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5863
ABC news correspondents report on their interviews with Americans about
the war in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Rebuttal.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966.  Executive Producer: Thomas H. Wolf, Producer: Lester
Cooper, Correspondents: Keith McBee and Frank Reynolds, with Arthur
Schlesinger, Jr. and Richard Goodwin; Telecast: ABC; November 12, 1966.
      (c) ABC; 12 Nov 66; MP16858.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 1413
Howard K. Smith's opinion supporting American policy in Vietnam is
responded to by Arthur Schlesinger and Richard Goodwin, two former
assistants to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. Includes advertisements for
US Savings Bonds which calls for support of American men in Vietnam, for
the United Nations, and for giving to the United Way.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Report on the Bombing. 
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967.  Producer: Sandy Goodman; Correspondent: John Scali;
Telecast: ABC; August 12, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 12 Aug 67; MP18814.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8147
Admiral Ulysses S. Grant Sharp, Commander in Chief of all US Forces in the
Pacific explains why he believes in increased bombing of North Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Reunion, the War Classes.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: Arthur Holch; Telecast: ABC; June 10, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 10 Jun 67; MP18805.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8250
Reports on the 50 year reunion of the Amherst, Massachusetts, Amherst
College class of 1917 who faced WWI, the 25 year reunion of the class of
1942 who faced WWII, and the present graduating class of 1967 who faces
Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: ROK's: Savages or Saviors?, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: Sandy Goodman, Correspondent: Lou Cioffi;
Telecast: ABC;  September 23, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 23 Sep 67; MP18819.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8249
Reports on the role of Korean troops in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Singing Soldier, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Richard Schenkel; Producer/Writer: Sandy
Goodman; Producer in Vietnam: Andrew Pearson, Commentator: Howard K.
Smith; Telecast: ABC; December 10, 1966.
      (c) ABC; 5 Nov 68; MP16862.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5864
Presents songs written and sung by Captain Hershel Gober, stationed in
Vietnam as an adviser and known as the singing soldier.  His songs sum up
the feeling of the American soldiers and are accompanied by appropriate
scenes of the war. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: So You Want to Go to Vietnam?
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy, Producer/Writer: James Benjamin,
Comm: Bill Gill; Narrator: Frank Reynolds; Telecast: ABC; March 11, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 11 Mar 67; MP16875.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5864
Reports on the Agency for International Development's campaign to recruit
civilian volunteers for work in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Support Our Boys.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: Arthur Holch; Telecast: ABC; July 8, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 8 Jul 67; MP18809.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8148
Examines a program instituted by the people of Columbia, South Carolina
which attempts to rally support for the American soldiers in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Thai Bases, the Wraps Are Off.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: Sandy Goodman and Desmond Smith; Narrator: John
Scali; Telecast: ABC; March 18, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 16 Mar 67; MP18800.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8251
Reports on the air bases in Thailand which are being used for bombing runs
over Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Thailand, Counterattack.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy; Producer/Director: Desmond Smith;
Producer/Writer: Dave Jayne; Telecast: ABC; May 6, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 6 May 67; MP16879.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FBA 5866 
Examines America's increased military and civilian participation in
Thailand. Shows views of Bangkok, the US air bases in Thailand, and the
threatened northeast. Includes interviews with newspaper editor Kukrit
Pianon and Foreign Minister Thanat Khoman.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: This is Saigon.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director/Producer/Writer: Desmond Smith; Narrator: John
Scali; Telecast: ABC; July 29, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 29 Jul 67; MP18812.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8149
A portrait of Saigon as seen by some of the people who live there.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Uncommon Breed, An.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Narrator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; August 5, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 5 Aug 67; MP18813.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8252
Gen. David Shoup, former Marine Corps commandant and Medal of Honor winner
discusses the military's role in Vietnam, its successes and its mistakes.
Shoup, who has become an outspoken critic of Administration policy, offers
his ideas on ending the war. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Veterans, the Invisible Men.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Executive Producer: David Jayne; Producer: Sandy Goodman,
Anchor/Correspondent: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; December 16, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 16 Dec 67; MP18831.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8253
Cameras follow four GI's upon their return home, revealing readjustment
problems faced, and how they will fit into our society again. Interview
with Veteran's Administration head William Driver which focuses on
benefits and job placements.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Viet Rock, Play of Protest.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Walker Stuart; Producer: James Benjamin; Cast:
Seth Allen, Kay Carney, Shami Chaikin, Jordan Charvey, Joseph Daly;
Narrator: Howard K. Smith; Telecast: ABC;  November 26, 1967. 
      (c) ABC; 26 Nov 66; MP16860.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5867
Presents scenes of the play, Viet Rock, written by Megan Terry, which
attempts to shock people out of their acceptance of the official US
government attitudes about the origin and aims of the war.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: View From Europe, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Richard Schenkel; Producer: Jack T. O'Grady;
Reporters: George Watson, Louis Rukeyser, John Rolfson, Charles P. Arnot,
and Ray Maloney; Moderator: Howard K. Smith; Telecast: ABC; December 31,
1966.
      (c) ABC; 31 Dec 66; MP16865.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5868
Various correspondents discuss the effects of the Vietnam War on Europe
and how the war is regarded by Europeans.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: View from Hanoi, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Marvin Schlenker; Producer/Writer: Sandy
Goodman; Commentator: Howard K. Smith; Correspondent: John Rolfson, Jean
Raffaelli; Telecast: ABC; November 19, 1966.
      (c) ABC; 19 Nov 66; MP16859.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5869
Howard K. Smith conducts discussion about life in Hanoi.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: View from Thailand, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Telecast: ABC; October 7, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 7 Oct 67; MP18821.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8254
An interview with Thailand's Foreign Minister, Thanat Khoman, an adamant
anti-communist.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Visit to Hanoi, A.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967.  Correspondent: David Schoenbrun; Telecast: ABC; September
9, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 9 Sept 67; MP18817,
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8150
ABC correspondent David Schoenbrun, recently returned from a visit to
North Vietnam, reports on conditions in Hanoi, the impact of the bombing
on the country, North Vietnamese morale, and the prospects for peace.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Vote for the Future, A.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1966. Director: Lloyd Tweedy; Producers: Sandy Goodman and
Desmond Smith, Narrator: Lou Cioffi; Telecast: ABC; September 10, 1966.
      (c) ABC; 31 Aug 66; MP16376.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8150
Previews the upcoming elections in South Vietnam where 117 members will be
elected to a constituent assembly to draft a new constitution.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Votes are Cast, The.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Correspondent: Kenneth Gale, Bill Brannigan, Roger Pete,
Ted Koppel, Don North, and John Scali; Telecast: ABC; September 2, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 2 Sep 67; MP18794.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8255
Reports on the 1967 elections being held in Vietnam. Analysis of the South
Vietnamese electorate, a report on the candidates, and a look at how
election results should and should not be interpreted.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Walk Together, Talk Together.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy; Producer/Writer: Sandy Goodman;
Producer in Vietnam: Andrew Pearson; Commentator: John Scali; Telecast:
ABC; April 22, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 22 Apr 67; MP16877.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5870
Reports on South Vietnamese high school students in the US. Includes views
of exchange program students' families in Vietnam.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Wayne Morse, Advise and Dissent.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy; Producer/Writer: Dave Jayne;
Commentator: John Scali; Telecast: ABC; April 1, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 1 Apr 67; MP16876.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5871
Shows Senator Wayne Morse delivering a speech at Brown University,
debating the war with Senator John Stennis, and talking with newsman Bob
Clark. Morse, the most persistent foe of administration policies in
Southeast Asia, outlines the basis of his objection and his own policy
alternatives. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Where We Stand.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Producer: David Jayne; Correspondent: John Scali;
Telecast: ABC; December 2, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 2 Dec 67; MP18829.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8151
Interviews Walter Rostow, Assistant to President Johnson on Foreign
Affairs.

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Which Way RFK?
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Director: Lloyd Tweedy; Producer/Writer: Dave Jayne;
Anchor: John Scali; Correspondent: Bob Clark; Telecast: ABC; February 11,
1967.
      (c) ABC; 5 Nov 67; MP16871.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5872
Shows Senator Robert F. Kennedy on his just-completed European tour. ABC's
Bob Clark interviews Kennedy on the way home and appears with anchor John
Scali to examine Kennedy's views with regard to the war and speculate on
his role in negotiations. 

ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Wing Command.
Copyright Collection
      ABC. 1967. Executive Producer: Arthur Holch; Producer: (in Thailand)
Andrew Pearson; Producer: Paul Altmeyer; Correspondent: Lou Cioffi;
Telecast: ABC; September 30, 1967.
      (c) ABC; 30 Sep 67; MP18820.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8152
Interviews Colonel Robin Olds who is returning home to become commandant
of the US Air Force Academy after his 100th bombing mission.

AIR RESCUE: VIETNAM.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Air Rescue: Vietnam.

AIR WAR IN THE NORTH.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective:
      Air War in the North.

AIRWAR.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 13:
      Airwar.

AMERICA IN VIETNAM.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 01: America in Vietnam.           

AMERICA TAKES CHARGE.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: America Takes
      Charge (1965-1967).  

AMERICA'S ENEMY.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: America's Enemy
      (1954-1967).

AMERICA'S MANDARIN.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: America's
      Mandarin. (1954-1963).

AMERICAN DREAM, AMERICAN NIGHTMARE...THE SEVENTIES (Parts 1 and 2).  See:
      CBS NEWS SPECIAL: American Dream, American Nightmare...the Seventies.

AMERICAN FAMILIES IN SAIGON.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: American
      Families in Saigon.

AND NOW THE WAR IS OVER--THE AMERICAN MILITARY IN THE '70s: ONE
BILLION
      DOLLAR  WEAPON.  See: NBC WHITE PAPER: And Now the War is Over.

ANDERSON PLATOON, THE.
Gift Collection
      Kroll Agency Gift. French Broadcasting System, France. 1966-1967. 
Released by Pathe Contemporary Films in the US in 1967. Telecast: CBS;
July, 1967; Director/Writer/Narrator:  Pierre Schoendoerffer; Cast:  The
men of the 1st Platoon Company "B" 12th "Chargers," 1st Cavalry Division,
including Lieutenant Joseph Anderson.
      7r, 65 min., b&w, 35mm.                                      FGD 4556-4559
Account of day-to-day life of an army combat platoon--in the Central
Highlands/South Vietnamese combat zone--which is commanded by black
Lieutenant, Joseph B. Anderson. Follows the men as they eat, sleep, talk,
fight and die. Filmmaker Pierre Schoendoerffer had been a war
correspondent, working as a cameraman for an army film unit at Dien Bien
Phu. 

ANTHONY EDEN PROPOSALS, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam
      Perspective: The Anthony Eden Proposals.

ARE YOU LISTENING: Indochina Refugees.
Copyright Collection
      Martha Stuart Communications, Inc. 1981. Producer/Anchor: Martha
Stuart.
      (c) deposit. Martha Stuart Communications, Inc. 1981.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBC 6677
A group of Indochinese refugees, young and old, recent arrivals to the
United States and long-time residents, participate in an open discussion
of their problems, heartaches, discoveries and joys upon living in
America. Includes refugees who now live in Michigan, Vermont, Tennessee,
Rhode Island and California.

ASIA PERSPECTIVE: ELECTION DAY IN VIETNAM.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL
REPORT:
      Asia Perspective: Election Day in Vietnam.

ASSASSINATION.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode
      5: Assassination.

AUTHORITATIVE SOURCE, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: The
      Authoritative Source.
        
BASIC TRAINING.
Copyright Collection
      Frederick Wiseman. Zipporah Films, Inc. 1971. Aired by NET in
October, 1971. Producer/Director: Frederick Wiseman.
      (c) The Basic Training Company, Inc; 4 Oct 71; MP 26778.
      2r, 89 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FDA 2794-2795
Noted documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman's study of draftees and
enlisted men through 9 weeks of basic training at the US Army Training
Center at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Wiseman follows recruits' training from
their arrival as civilians to their graduation.

BATTLE FOR ASIA: (Part 1) Thailand, the New Front. 
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1966. Director/Producer: Ted Yates; Writer: Ted Yates and Robert
Rogers; Narrator: Ted Yates; Telecast: NBC; December 16, 1966.
      (c) NBC; 15 Dec 66; MP17203.
      2r, 50 min., color, 16mm.                                    FBA 6221-6222
Investigates the war against the communists in Northern Thailand and the
ancient animosities between the peoples of Southeast Asia.

BATTLE FOR ASIA: (Part 2) Laos, the Forgotten War.
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer/Writer/Narrator: Ted Yates; Telecast: NBC;
January 15, 1967.
      (c) NBC; 15 Dec 66; MP17204.
      2r, 50 min., color, 16mm.                                    FBA 6223-6224
Report on the fighting between North Vietnamese guerrillas and the Laotian
Army; Included are films of a US food drop to anti-Communist tribespeople
and of the Laotian Army using US military equipment and supplies to launch
strikes against the enemy.

BATTLE OF IA DRANG VALLEY, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Battle of
      Ia Drang Valley, The.

BATTLEFRONT IN THE 'OTHER WAR.'  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR:
      Battlefront in the'Other War'.

BECOMING AMERICAN.
Copyright Collection
      Iris Film and Video in association with the Television Laboratory at
WNET Television. 1982. Director: Kenneth Mark Levine; Prod: Kenneth Mark
Levine.
      (c) Iris Film and Video; 14 Jan 82; PA141-281.
      1r, 58 min., color, 16mm.                                         FDA 7388
Follows a Hmong refugee family from northern Laos, which awaits
resettlement in a remote refugee camp in northern Thailand, from the time
its members learn of their acceptance as immigrants to the time they are
settled in Seattle, Washington.

BEN DA, U.S.A.
Copyright Collection
      Cinemantics. 1981. Producer: David Hogoboom.
      (c) Cinemantics; 20 Sep 81; PA198-705.
      1r, 28 min., color, 16mm.                                         FBC 2433
Looks at the difficulties of assimilation in the United States for
Vietnamese refugees in the Texas Gulf Coast area.

BEYOND THE BALLOTS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Beyond the Ballots.

BITTERSWEET MEMORIES--A VIETNAM REUNION.  See: CBS REPORTS: Bittersweet
      Memories--A Vietnam Reunion.

BLACK AND WHITE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Black and White.

BLOODS OF 'NAM.  See: FRONTLINE: BLOODS OF 'NAM.

BOAT PEOPLE, THE.  See: CBS REPORTS: Boat People, The.

BOAT PEOPLE, THE.
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1979. A presentation of NBC News in association with the Office
of Film and Broadcasting of the United States Catholic Conference.
Director: Max Schindler; Executive Producer: Helen Marmor; Commentary:
Jack Reynolds; Anchor: Phil Gaines; Telecast: NBC; August 19, 1979.
      (c) NBC; 17 Aug 79; PA 65-555.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBB 2967
Discussion involving a group of panelists including US Ambassador-at-Large
Richard Clark, President Carter's Coordinator for Refugee Affairs, Rev.
Robert Drinan, S.J., Congressman from Massachusetts, and John McCarthy,
Director of Migration and Refugee Services of the US Catholic Conference.
Program concerns the presence of the US' Seventh Fleet off the coast of
Vietnam, problems of refugees en route to new lands, the unwillingness of
other countries to accept Vietnamese refugees, the problems of pirates at
sea, primitive refugee camp conditions, and proposals of where to house
refugees for processing and future citizenship.

BOMBING OF HANOI, THE.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY
WAR,
      Episode 20: The Bombing of Hanoi. 

BYRD, ROBERT.  See: MEET THE PRESS: Byrd, Robert.     

CBS NEWS COLLECTORS SERIES: Vietnam--Chronicle of a War.
Copyright Collection
      CBS Video. 1981. Narrator: Walter Cronkite; 
      (c) CBS Video; 31 Aug 81. PA114-436.
      1c, 89 min., color with b&w sequences, VHS 1/2".                  VAA 0916
An MGM/CBS home video presentation. Compilation of preexisting footage.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: American Dream, American Nightmare...the Seventies (Part
1).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1979. Executive Producer: Perry Wolff; Producer/Director:
Shareen Blair Brysac; Narrator: Harry Reasoner; Telecast: CBS; December
28, 1979.
      (c) CBS; 28 Dec 79; PA61-614.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBA 6410
First of a two-part program assessing the state of the American national
character and temperament during the past decade. The roles of three major
events--Watergate, the war in Southeast Asia and the Bicentennial--are
traced to illustrate the formation of the mood of the 1970's.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: American Dream, American Nightmare...the Seventies (Part
2).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1979. Executive Producer/Writer: Perry Wolff; Producer: Shareen
Blair Brysac; Narrator: Harry Reasoner; Telecast: CBS; December 29, 1979.
      (c) CBS; 29 Dec 79; PA61-615.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBA 6411
Second of a two-part program assessing the state of the American national
character and temperament during the past decade. The roles of three major
events: Watergate, the war in Southeast Asia and the Bicentennial are
traced to illustrate the formation of the mood of the 1970's.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Charlie Company at Home: The Veterans of Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS News. 1978. Director: Joe Gorsuch & H. Richard Mutscheler;
Producer: Bernard Birnbaum; Reporter: Bruce Morton; Telecast: CBS; January
17, 1978.
      (c) CBS, Inc.; 13 Jan 78; PA5-262.                                        
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBA 6451
A look at what has happened to eight of the men involved in CBS NEWS
SPECIAL REPORT: World of Charlie Company, The. (7/14/70), the highly
acclaimed portrait of US foot soldiers in Vietnam. Included are interviews
with the men which center on how the war affected their lives. Also
interviewed are some of the men who are currently involved with the
problems of Vietnam veterans.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Colby of the CIA.
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      CBS. 1976. Telecast: CBS; January 20, 1976.
      (c) CBS; 20 Jan 76; MP29312.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBA 1281
Profile and interview with CIA Director William Colby.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Conversation with President Nixon, A.
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      CBS. 1972. Executive Producer: Robert Wussler; Producer: Don
Richardson; Reporter: Dan Rather; Telecast: CBS; January 2, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 2 Jan 72; MP27528.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7656-7657
An hour-long interview with the President. Topics covered include the
upcoming Presidential campaign, the recent resumption of widespread
bombing of North Vietnam, the POW situation, the importance of summit
talks, etc.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Conversation with Secretary of State William Rogers, A.
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      CBS. 1969. Reporter: Eric Sevareid; Telecast: CBS; December 23, 1969.
      (c) CBS; 1969.
      1r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 0421
In an interview, Rogers comments on his close friendship with President
Nixon and on his role in the Cabinet.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Hill 943.
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      CBS. 1968. Executive Producer: Burton Benjamin; Reporter: John
Laurence; Telecast: CBS; June 4, 1968.
      (c) CBS; 4 Jun 68; MP19827.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 8892-8893
Examines lives and goals of three men of Alpha company which is attempting
to take Hill 943 in Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Lyndon Johnson Talks Politics.
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      CBS. 1972. Producer: John Sharnik; Reporter: Walter Cronkite;
Telecast: CBS; January 27, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 27 Jan 72; MP27529.
      2r, 60min., b&w, 16mm.                                       FCA 7658-7659
Lyndon Baines Johnson discusses the "art and business of politics as he
has practiced and observed it," in an interview filmed at the LBJ Library
in Austin, Texas.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Saigon.
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      CBS. 1967. Director/Producer: Beryl Fox; Narrator: Morley Safer;
Telecast: CBS; March 14, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 14 Mar 67; MP18370.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 5238-5239
Report on relations between Americans and Vietnamese. The reasons for
distrust on both sides are explored. Also featured is a roundtable
discussion of the problem of America's image and how to improve it.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Vietnam: Voices in Opposition.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1970. Reporters: Marvin Kalb, George Herman, Eric Sevareid;
Telecast: CBS; September 5, 1970.
      (c) CBS; 4 Sep 70; MP24579.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                     FBB 1421-1422 
Speakers include: Senator Frank Church, Dr. George Wald, Major General
Thomas Lane, Sam Brown and Lt. General James M. Gavin; In compliance with
an FCC ruling that the network must provide an opportunity for
Administration critics to reply to Pres. Nixon's televised statements on
Vietnam, anti-war spokespersons air their views, with CBS newsmen offering
their analysis.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Where We Stand in Cambodia.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. Producers: Sam Zelman, Bernard Birnbaum and Philip Scheffler;
Telecast: CBS; July 6, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 3 May 70; MP25090.
      2rs, 60 mins., b&w, 16mm.                                    FCA 7103-7104
Examines expansion of the war in Vietnam--attacks launched in Cambodian
territory to destroy North Vietnamese sanctuaries.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY? A Conversation with Dean
      Acheson.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1969. Reporter: Eric Sevareid; Telecast: CBS; September 28,
1969.
      (c) deposit.                                                              
      1r, 60 min., color, 16mm.                                         FBB 2526
Interview with the former Secretary of State (1949-1953). Acheson
discusses his political career, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, NATO and the
Berlin Blockade.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY? A Report from Vietnam by
      Walter Cronkite.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1968. Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; February 27,
1968.
      (c) CBS; 27 Feb 68; MP19816.
      1r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8852
Cronkite reports on his recent trip to Vietnam. Included are interviews
with General William Westmoreland, South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van
Thieu, and Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky. Gen. Donnelly P. Bolton describes
how the Viet Cong infiltrated Saigon. Also examined is the effect of
recent Viet Cong attacks on the refugee problem and pacification program.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY? Eisenhower and Bradley on
      Vietnam. 
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Producer: Burton Benjamin; Reporter: Harry Reasoner;
Telecast: CBS; November 28, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 27 Nov 67; MP19311
      1r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 9086
America's only two living five-star generals discuss the Vietnam War.
Among the topics reviewed by Dwight Eisenhower and Omar Bradley are
America's involvement in Southeast Asia, the way in which the war is being
waged militarily and the ramifications of our commitment.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY? Triangle of Conflict:
      China, Russia, and the United States. 
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1969. Director: Norman Gorin; Reporters: Bernard Kalb, Marvin
Kalb; Telecast: November 18, 1969.
      (c) CBS; 1969; MP26242.
      1r, 60 min.,b&w, 16mm.                                            FBB 2500
Examination of current relations between the three superpowers. Included
is an interview with Secretary of State William Rogers and views inside
China which feature appearances by Chairman Mao Tse-tung and Defense
Minister Lin Piao.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY? Vietnam Perspective:
      General Thieu and Uncle Sam.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Vietnam
      Perspective: General Thieu and Uncle Sam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Asia Perspective: Election Day in Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Reporter: Chet Huntley; Telecast: September 11, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 10 Sep 66; MP18349.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8280
Reports and early returns on South Vietnam's election of a 117-member
Constituent Assembly, which when elected, will draft the country's
national constitution.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Battle of Ia Drang Valley, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Producer: Sam Zelman; Correspondent: Morley Safer;
Telecast: CBS; November 30, 1965.
      (c) CBS; 29 Nov 65; MP16165.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8626
Examines the battle of Ia Drang Valley in South Vietnam, beginning Oct 19,
1965, which was a tactical success but which resulted in the highest
weekly casualties suffered by Americans in the War.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Cambodia; an American Dilemma.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1975. Producer: Hal Haley, Bernard Birnbaum; Anchor: Charles
Collingwood, Reporters: Burce Dunning, Marvin Kalb, Ike Pappas; Telecast:
CBS; March 3, 1975.
      (c) CBS; 3 Mar 75; MP29959.
      1c, 30 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBA 1171
Special report on the current situation in Cambodia. 

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Campaign '66: Vietnam and the Elections.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Executive Producer: Av Westin; Correspondents: Roger Mudd,
Harry Reasoner, Daniel Schorr; Telecast: CBS; May 20, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 20 May 66; MP17809.
              2r, 60 mins., b&w, 16mm.                             FBA 8281-8282
Examines the effect of the war on upcoming US local and statewide
elections.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Christmas in Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Director: Joe Gorsuch; Producer: Bernard Birnbaum;
Reporter: Charles Kuralt; Telecast: CBS; December 28, 1965.
      (c) CBS; 28 Dec 65; MP16785.
      1r, 28 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6284
The story of Sgt. Ralph Bosalet's third platoon of the first division,
third brigade in Vietnam during Christmas week.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Councils of War, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Correspondents: Walter Cronkite, Marvin Kalb, Peter
Kalischer, Roger Mudd, and Eric Sevareid; Telecast: CBS; February 8, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 7 Feb 66; MP17817.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 8285-8286
Highlights of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearings on Vietnam. 

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Court Martial of William Calley, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Executive Producer: Ernest Leiser, Correspondent: Bruce
Morton, Telecast: CBS; March 29, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 29 Mar 71; MP25092.
      1r, 30 min., b&w; 16mm.                                           FCA 7092
Special report on the verdict (guilty) of Lt. William Calley, the
commanding officer at My Lai.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Escalation in Vietnam; The Rogers Testimony.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Executive Producer: Ernest Leister, Correspondent: Charles
Collingwood, Telecast: CBS; April 17, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 17 Apr 72; MP26501.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 2484
Report on Secretary of State William P. Rogers' appearance before the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee earlier in the day.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Four Navy Deserters, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Producer: Don Hewitt, Correspondents: Martin Agronsky and
Peter Kalischer, Telecast: CBS; December 30, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 30 Dec 67; MP19784.
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".VDA 0163   Examination of why four men deserted the Navy during
the
Vietnam War.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Fulbright: Advice and Dissent.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Producer: William Small, Correspondents: Martin Agronsky,
Eric Sevareid, Telecast: CBS; February 1, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 30 Jan 66; MP17819.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 8287-8288
Senator J. William Fulbright of Arkansas comments on the war in Vietnam
from his position as Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Indochina 1975: The End of the Road?
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1975. Executive Producer: Leslie Midgley; Producer: Bernard
Birnbaum; Hal Haley; James Clevinger; Anchor: Charles Collingwood;
Telecast: CBS; April 4, 1975.
      (c) CBS; 4 Apr 75; MP29960.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBA 1292
Assessment of gains made by Communist forces in South Vietnam and
Cambodia, a look at the plight of refugees in both countries and a short
history of the Indochina conflicts.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Lodge on Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Reporters: Eric Sevareid and Marvin Kalb; Telecast: CBS;
January 8, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 7 Jan 67; MP19320.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FBA 8837 
The US Ambassador to Vietnam, Henry Cabot Lodge, is queried on a number of
topics, including the possibility of Chinese intervention in Vietnam,
Hanoi's reaction to US peace proposals and the effects and repercussions
of the bombing of Hanoi.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Morley Safer's Vietnam: A Personal Report.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Producer/Writer/Reporter: Morley Safer; Telecast: CBS;
April 4, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 2 Apr 67; MP19327.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 9090-9091
Safer offers his personal impressions after two years covering the Vietnam
War. Included is a tour of Saigon and interviews with Gen. William C.
Westmoreland and a GI who complains about dissent at home.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Paris: The Peace Game.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1968. Telecast: CBS; December 17, 1968.
      (c) CBS; 17 Dec 68; MP20331.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FBA 9515 
Report on the current Vietnam peace talks situation.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Requiem for the Vietnam Unknown. 
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1984. Anchor: Dan Rather; Reporter: Bob Schieffer; Telecast:
CBS; May 28, 1984.
      (c) CBS; 28 May 84; PA 227-997.
      2c, 74 min., color, 3/4".                                    VBB 9085-9086
Coverage of the memorial services at Arlington National Cemetery for the
"unknown serviceman" of the Vietnam War. Features coverage of the ceremony
at Arlington Cemetery, including an address given by President Ronald
Reagan, interspersed with commentary by Rather and comments from Vietnam
veterans, ceremony observers, and military officers.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: People of Vietnam, The: How They Feel About the
War.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Reporter: Charles Collingwood; Telecast: CBS; March 21,
1967.
      (c) CBS; 20 Mar 67; MP19325.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8943
Survey of South Vietnamese public opinion conducted by CBS News to gauge
their attitudes toward US participation in the war, the war itself, Ho Chi
Minh and the Viet Cong. Included are interviews with pollster Herb Ableson
and Phon Anh of the Center for Vietnamese Studies.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Episode 1. President in Asia, The. Eve of Manila
      Conference.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Telecast: October 23, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 23 Oct 66; MP18362.
      1r, 30 min, b&w, 16mm.                                            FBA 8294
The first of six reports CBS offered which examined President Johnson's
trip to Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Episode 2. President in Asia, The. The Conference
      at Manila.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Telecast: CBS; October 25, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 24 Oct 66; MP18363.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 8291-8292
The second of six reports CBS offered which examined President Johnson's
trip to Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Episode 3. President in Asia, The. Vietnam Visit.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Telecast: CBS; October 27, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 27 Oct 66; MP18364.
      1r, 30 min, b&w, 16mm.                                            FBA 8298
The third of six reports CBS offered which examined President Johnson's
trip to Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Episode 4. President in Asia, The. Thailand,
      Sensitive Ally.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Telecast: CBS; October 29, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 29 Oct 66; MP18365.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8296
The fourth of six reports CBS offered which examined President Johnson's
trip to Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Episode 5. President in Asia, The. Thailand to
      Malaysia.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Telecast: CBS; October 30, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 30 Oct 66; MP18366.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8297
The fifth of six reports CBS offered which examined President Johnson's
trip to Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Episode 6. President in Asia, The. The
      Correspondents Report.
      Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Telecast: CBS; November 1, 1966. 
      (c) CBS; 1 Nov 66; MP18367.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FBA 8293 
The sixth of six reports CBS offered which examined President Johnson's
trip to Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Problems of Peace, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1981. Director: Steve Besner; Producer: Mark Kramer; Writer:
Paul Fischer; Narrator: Dan Rather; Reporter: Diane Sawyer; Telecast: CBS; 
June 30, 1981.
      (c) CBS; 30 Jun 81; PA 119-868.
      1c, 34 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBB 5595
Examines the problems of Vietnam from the post-war perspective of 1981.
Uses footage shot by Erik Durschmied, a Canadian independent producer.
Segments include an examination of the "re-education" camps at Ha Te and
on Saigon's Tu Do Street. Includes comments by former South Vietnamese
Premiere Nguyen Cao Ky, now at home in Los Angeles. Also offers an
analysis of tensions between China and Vietnam, and the Vietnamese
reliance upon the Soviet Union for advisors and supplies.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: Air War in the North.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Producer: Philip Scheffler; Reporter: Bill Stout;
Telecast: CBS; February 14, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 13 Feb 67; MP19322.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 8843-8844
Examination of the effectiveness of bombing raids on North Vietnam.
Included are interviews with General William Westmoreland, Admiral Ulysses
S. Sharp, and newsmen Harrison E. Salisbury and Harry Ashmore, who
recently surveyed bomb damage in North Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: General Walt's Report, the
      Marines in I Corps.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Producer: Paul Greenberg; Anchor: Mike Wallace; Reporters:
John Hart, Murray Fromson; Telecast: CBS; May 16, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 15 May 67; MP19329.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8841
Interview with Lt. General Lewis W. Walt, commander of III Marine
Amphibious Force. Topics discussed include the recent heavy fighting in
the I Corps zone and the social and economic problems in the region.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: How We Can Win.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Reporters: Walter Cronkite, Peter Kalischer, and Harry
Reasoner; Telecast: CBS; August 16, 1965.
      (c) CBS; 16 Aug 65; MP16782.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 6168-6169
Reporters in panel discussion with Generals Maxwell Taylor and Earle
Wheeler. Discussion of how the US can fight a jungle war and produce a
traditional victory.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: The Anthony Eden Proposals.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Reporter: Charles Collingwood; Telecast: CBS; May 31,
1966.
      (c) CBS; 31 May 67; MP17807.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8302
Conversation with British Statesman Anthony Eden, now Earl of Avon and
former joint chairman of the 1954 Geneva Conference. Eden discusses the
current situation in Vietnam and reflects on events in the 12 years since
the signing of the Geneva Accords, which resulted in the French withdrawal
from Indochina.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: The Decisions.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Reporters: Peter Kalischer, Alexander Kendrick, and Harry
Reasoner; Telecast: CBS; August 9, 1965.
      (c) CBS; 9 Aug 65; MP16781.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 6166-6167
Reporters conduct a panel discussion with Secretary of State Dean Rusk and
Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, who are questioned about Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: The Johnson-Ho Chi Minh
Letters.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Executive Producer: Leslie Midgely and Don Hewitt;
Announcer: Charles Collingwood; Reporter: Roger Mudd; Commentator: Eric
Sevareid; Telecast: CBS; March 21, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 21 Mar 67; MP19326.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FBA 8942 
Traces "the anatomy of a peace move" by examining the newly revealed
correspondences initiated by President Johnson with Ho Chi Minh regarding
terms for peace in Vietnam.  Includes statements by President Johnson.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: The Ordeal of Con Thien.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Producer: Benjamin Burton; Reporter: John Laurence;
Telecast: CBS; October 1, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 30 Sept 67; MP19333.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 9085
Report on the battle of Con Thien.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: The Senate Hearings and the
War.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Reporters: Eric Sevareid and Roger Mudd; Telecast: CBS;
February 18, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 17 Feb 66; MP17816.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 8303-8304
A summary of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearings on Vietnam.
Included are taped highlights of the testimony of: David E. Ball,
Administrator of the Agency for International Development; retired Gen.
James M. Gavin; George Kennan, former US Ambassador to the USSR; Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, former US Ambassador to South Vietnam; and Secretary of
State Dean Rusk.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: The UN and the War
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Reporters: Richard C. Hottelet, Eric Sevareid, Charles
Collingwood; Telecast: CBS; February 6, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 6 Feb 66; MP17818.
      2r, 60 min, b&w, 16mm.                                       FBA 8305-8306
Discussion with leading UN diplomats regarding their attitudes toward
America's policies in Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: Winning the Peace.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Reporters: Richard C. Hottelet, Marvin Kalb, and Harry
Reasoner; Telecast: CBS; August 23, 1965.
      (c) CBS; 23 Aug 65; MP16783.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                               FBA 6170-6171       
Discussion with Secretary of State Dean Rusk, UN Ambassador Arthur
Goldberg, and Presidential Assistant McGeorge Bundy about the necessity of
understanding the United States' involvement in Vietnam and the nature and
integrity of the committment.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Today: The Problems of Peace.  See: CBS
      NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: The Problems of Peace. 

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam: A Plan for Peace.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Executive Producer: Ernest Leiser; Correspondent: Dan
Rather; Reporters: Marvin Kalb, Phil Jones, Bruce Morton, Bob Schieffer;
Commentator: Eric Sevareid; Telecast: CBS; January 25, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 25 Jan 72; MP26507.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 2515
Update on recent developments at the Paris peace talks. Reports on
President Nixon's peace plan which calls for withdrawal of all US forces
from Southeast Asia within six months and new South Vietnamese elections,
in exchange for a cease-fire and return of all American prisoners.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam: Eric Sevareid's Personal Report.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Producer: Leslie Midgley; Narrator: Eric Sevareid;
Telecast: June 21, 1966. 
      (c) CBS; 19 Jun 66; MP17806.
      1r, 30 min, b&w, 16mm.                                            FBA 8301
Eric Sevareid gives his view of the war in Vietnam. 

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Westmoreland on Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Reporters: Charles Collingwood, Morley Safer; Telecast:
CBS; December 27, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 27 Dec 66; MP18351.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8307
Gen. William C. Westmoreland, commander of the US forces in Vietnam, is
interviewed at his Saigon headquarters on matters of US military policy.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: What Price Peace?
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Executive Producer: Leslie Midgley; Correspondent: Charles
Collingwood; Telecast: CBS; October 29, 1972.
      (c) CBS; 29 Oct 72; MP27155.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7620-7621
Examines the costs of the Vietnam War in terms of US military and economic
involvement. Traces various proposals and plans for peace and questions
the impact and/or permanence any peace settlement may have.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Where We Stand in Indochina.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1970. Director: Norman Gorin; Producer: Philip Scheffler,
Bernard Birnbaum; Correspondent: Charles Collingwood; Telecast: CBS; June
30, 1970.
      (c) dep. CBS. 
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                     FBB 2491-2492 
Report on the status of US actions and policy concerning Vietnam, Laos and
Cambodia, the increasing opposition at home, conflicts between Congress
and President Nixon, and on recent military activity in Southeast Asia.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Where We Stand in Vietnam (Part 1).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Telecast: CBS; October 24, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 23 Oct 67; MP19334.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 5735-5736
First of two reports on US policies in Southeast Asia. This report focuses
on the military aspect of our involvement in Vietnam.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Where We Stand in Vietnam (Part 2).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1967. Telecast: CBS; November 7, 1967.
      (c) CBS; 6 Nov 67; MP19335.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                     FCA 5737-5738 
Second of two reports on the US position in Southeast Asia. Examines South
Vietnamese politics and the pacification programs and stabilization of the
central government.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: World of Charlie Company, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1970. Director: James Clevenger; Executive Producer: Ernest
Leiser; Producer: Russ Bensley; Reporter: John Laurence; Telecast: CBS;
July 14, 1970.
      (c) CBS; 13 Jul 70; MP25095.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 7115-7116
Report on the activities of one infantry company--the Second Battalion of
the 28th Infantry, or Charlie Company--in Vietnam during a three-month
period.

CBS REPORTS: Bittersweet Memories--A Vietnam Reunion.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1981. Correspondent: Bill Moyers; Telecast: CBS; December 12,
1981.
      (c) CBS; 12 Dec 81; PA131-495.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4"                                          VBB 9960
In response to a Newsweek cover story which visited the veterans of
Charlie Company 13 years after their service in Vietnam, CBS Reports
hosted a reunion of the Second Battalion of the 28th Infantry/Charlie
Company in a small Florida town. Shown are the initial greetings among
veterans, and stories told in the group, and discussions of the image of
the Vietnam veteran in the American conscience, and how these veterans and
their wives have adapted since the war.

CBS REPORTS: Boat People, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1979. Director/Producer/Writer: Andrew Lack; Writers: Ed
Bradley, Howard Stringer; Reporter: Howard Stringer; Telecast: CBS;
January 16, 1979.
      (c) CBS; 16 Jan 79; PA27-438.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                       VBA 7747  
Report on the plight of thousands of homeless Vietnamese refugees stranded
along the coasts of Malaysia and Southeast Asia and an examination of US
policies concerning these people.

CBS REPORTS: POW's: Pawns of War, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Director: James Clevinger; Producer: Ernest Leiser;
Anchor: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; June 2, 1971.  
      (c) CBS; 21 Jun 71; MP26883.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 2547-2548
Investigation into government and private efforts to free the 450
Americans held in Indochina. Included are films of POW's in North
Vietnamese camps, interviews with some POW wives and released POW's, and
with Defense Secretary Melvin Laird and Senator Frank Church.

CBS REPORTS: Peace and the Pentagon. 
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1974. Executive Producer: Burton Benjamin; Producer: John
Sharnik, Isaac Kleinerman; Reporter: Bob Schieffer; Telecast: CBS;
September 6, 1974.
      (c) CBS; 5 Sep 74; MP26513.
      2r, 60 min., color, 16mm.                                    FBB 2474-2475
Examination of the role of the American military, its goals, and why it
costs so much to achieve them. Also, a look at the year-old all-volunteer
Army and the controversy over US forces stationed in Europe.

CBS REPORTS: Selling of the Pentagon, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1971. Executive Producer: Perry Wolff; Producer: Peter Davis;
Reporter: Roger Mudd; Telecast: CBS; February 23, 1971.
      (c) CBS; 22 Feb 71; MP23152.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FDA 1875 
A critical examination of the Pentagon's public relations activities.
Included are films of Pentagon-sponsored public relations events and
interviews with Pentagon spokesmen. By Peter Davis, the award winning
producer of HEARTS AND MINDS.

CBS REPORTS: The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1982. Director/Writer/Producer: George Crile; Executive
Producer: Howard Stringer; Correspondent: Mike Wallace; Telecast: CBS;
January 23, 1982.
      (c) CBS; 23 Jan 82; PA136-516.
      2c, 90 min., color, 3/4".                                    VBB 1305-1306
CBS correspondent Mike Wallace investigates deliberate suppression of
enemy strength by US Army (especially Gen. William Westmoreland) during
the Vietnam War. General Westmoreland filed suit against CBS followng the
broadcast of this report. PBS presented INSIDE STORY #303: Uncounted
Enemy/Unproven Conspiracy in response to this report.

CBS REPORTS: Timetable for Vietnam, A.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1969. Executive Producer: Ernest Leiser; Producer: Bernard
Birnbaum; Anchor: Charles Collingwood; Reporters: Don Webster, George
Syversten; Telecast: CBS; December 2, 1969.
      (c) CBS; 1 Dec 69; MP23018.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 3016-3017
Report on the progress of the "Vietnamization" of the Vietnam War focusing
on whether the South Vietnamese Army will be able to continue its battle
against North Vietnam and the Viet Cong after the withdrawal of US forces.
Includes interviews with: South Vietnamese President Thieu, Vice President
Ky, President Nixon, and Secretary of State William Rogers.

CBS REPORTS: Viet Cong, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1968. Executive Producer: Charles Collingwood; Producer: James
B. Faichney; Reporter: Bernard Kalb; Telecast: CBS; February 20, 1968.
      (c) CBS; 20 Feb 68; MP19820.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 8870-8871
Examination of the ideology and people who make up the Viet Cong, the most
faceless enemy the US has ever fought.  Included are films shot behind
Viet Cong lines, a look at Viet Cong terrorism and interviews with
captured Viet Cong cadres.

CBS REPORTS: Vietnam: Deadly Decision, The.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1964. Producer: Leslie Midgley; Reporters: Charles Collingwood,
Bernard Kalb, and Peter Kalischer; Telecast: CBS; March 31, 1964.
      (c) CBS; 31 Mar 64; MP14376.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FCA 2245-2246
Traces the history of political uprisings in Vietnam since the close of
World War II and describes the effectiveness of American aid in South
Vietnam.

CBS REPORTS: Vietnam: the Other War.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Director: Joe Gorsuch; Producer: Bernard Birnbaum;
Reporter: Charles Collingwood; Telecast: CBS; April 12, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 12 Apr 66; MP16788.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBA 6160-6161
View of the other war being waged in Vietnam--the struggle for the loyalty
of the Vietnamese people. Interviews with Ambassador Lodge, General
Westmoreland and others show US tactics and problems.

CBS REPORTS: Where We Stand.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1972. Executive Producer: Burton Benjamin; Producer: Vern
Diamond; Anchor: Charles Collingwood; Reporter: Robert Schakne; Telecast:
CBS; May 16, 1972.
      (c) deposit CBS; 
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                      FBB 2531-2532
Examination of America's position and image on an international plane.
Areas covered include Vietnam, diplomacy and foreign policy, and the arms
race. Retired General James M. Gavin is the guest.

CALL TO MANILA, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Call to Manila,
           The.

CAMBODIA AND LAOS.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: Cambodia and Laos.

CAMBODIA: AN AMERICAN DILEMMA.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Cambodia:
an
      American Dilema.

CAMPAIGN '66: VIETNAM AND THE ELECTIONS.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT:
      Campaign '66: Vietnam and the Elections.

CANADA, THE SANCTUARY.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Canada, the
      Sanctuary.

CHAMP, COUNT ME OUT, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: The Champ,
      Count Me Out.

CHANGING THE GUARD.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 18: Changing the Guard.

CHARLIE COMPANY AT HOME: THE VETERANS OF VIETNAM.  See: CBS NEWS
SPECIAL:
      Charlie Company at Home: The Veterans of Vietnam.

CHILDREN OF WAR.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Children of War.

CHINA BRIEFING.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: China Briefing.

CHRISTMAS IN VIETNAM.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Christmas in Vietnam.

CLASS THAT WENT TO WAR, THE.  See: ABC NEWS CLOSEUP: Class That Went to
      War, The.

COLBY OF THE CIA.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Colby of the CIA.

CON THIEN, TEN DAYS IN HELL.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Con Thien,
      Ten Days in Hell.

CONVERSATION WITH DEAN ACHESON, A.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: A
      Conversation with Dean Acheson.

CONVERSATION WITH PRESIDENT NIXON, A.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: A
      Conversation with President Nixon.

COST OF THE WAR.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Cost of the War.

COUNCILS OF WAR, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Councils of War, The.

COURT MARTIAL OF WILLIAM CALLEY, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT:
Court
      Martial of William Calley, The.

DAYS OF DECISION.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 6: Days of Decision. 

DEAN RUSK.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Man of the Month: Dean Rusk.

DEATH OF DIEM, THE.  See: NBC WHITE PAPER: Vietnam Hindsight (Part 2).

DECISIONS, THE. See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: The
      Decisions.

DEEPENING DISSENT, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Deepening
      Dissent, The.

DIEM'S WAR--OR OURS? See: EYEWITNESS: Diem's War--or Ours?

DIEN BIEN PHU.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode
      26: Dien Bien Phu. 

DR. THOMAS A. DOOLEY.
Gift Collection
      KETC-TV St. Louis. 1960. National Educational Television and Radio
Center.
Producer: Parker Wheatley; Anchor: Spencer Allen.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                  FBA 4582 FCA 2390
Dr. Thomas Dooley, founder of two hospitals in Laos and co-founder of a
voluntary organization dispensing free medical aid to millions in
underdeveloped countries, answers questions about his work in Laos, his
views on the image of America in Southeast Asia, American foreign aid to
Asia, and communism in Asia.

DOCTOR SPOCK AND HIS BABIES.
Copyright Collection
      Herman J. Engel. 1970.
      (c) Herman J. Engel; 2 May 70; PA 170-500.
      1r, 27 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBC 0223
Documents Dr. Benjamin Spock's anti-war activities, showing Spock speaking
before various audiences.

DRAFTEE, THE.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Man of the Month.

DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Duty, Honor,
      Country.

EARLY HOPES. See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode
4:
      Early Hopes

EISENHOWER AND BRADLEY ON VIETNAM.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WHO?
WHAT?
      WHEN? WHERE? WHY? EISENHOWER AND BRADLEY ON VIETNAM.

END OF AN EMPIRE.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: End of an Empire.

END OF THE TUNNEL, THE.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: The End of
      the Tunnel (1973-1975.)

ESCALATION IN VIETNAM: THE ROGERS TESTIMONY.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL
      REPORT: Escalation in Vietnam: The Rogers Testimony.

EYEWITNESS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Eyewitness.

EYEWITNESS: Diem's War--or Ours?
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1961. Director: Bob Quinn; Prods: Leslie Midgley, John Sharnik;
Commentary: Walter Cronkite, Peter Kalischer, Robert Pierpoint; Telecast:
CBS; December 29, 1961.
      (c) CBS; 29 Dec 61; MP12544.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 2515
Discusses war in South Vietnam and American commitment. Describes fighting
conditions, lack of interest in the war and little support for the
government of President Ngo Dinh Diem.

EYEWITNESS: Our War in Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1962. Reporters: Charles Collingwood and Peter Kalischer;
Telecast: CBS; November 30, 1962.
      (c) CBS; 30 Nov 62; MP13257.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 2539
Examines extent of US presence and commitment in South Vietnam in November
of 1962, where 11,000 American troops are engaged as advisers in assisting
the South Vietnamese forces against Viet Cong guerrillas. Scenes of
fortified hamlets, Central Highlands and interviews with President Diem
and Madame Nhu.

EYEWITNESS: Yanks in Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1962. Director: Vern Diamond; Producer: Leslie Midgley, John
Sharnik; Reporters: Charles Collingwood, and Peter Kalischer; Telecast:
May 11, 1962.
      (c) CBS; 11 May 62; MP12749.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FCA 2578 
Discusses American assistance to South Vietnam as of May 1962. Describes
training of South Vietnamese by American advisors, strategy of the Viet
Cong, and possibilities for eventual victory.

F-111.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: F-111

FACE OF WAR, A.
Copyright Collection
      Feature Film Corp. of America and Commonwealth United Releasing
Organization, Inc. 1967. Director/Producer: Eugene S. Jones.
      (c) Commonwealth United Releasing Organization,Inc.; 28 Dec 67; LP
35450.
      9r, 72 min., b&w, 35mm.                                      FGC 2014-2018
Filmed on patrol with the Mike Company, Third Battalion, 7th Marine
Regiment, a unit in Vietnam. The film's intent, in revealing the life of
the group over 97 days in 1967, is to reflect the "truths of the war as
experienced by the foot soldier."

FAREWELL TO FREEDOM.
Copyright Collection
      WCCO Television. Indiana University Audiovisual Center. 1981.
Producer/Writer: Greg Pratt.
      (c) WCCO-TV Minneapolis; 15 Sep 81; PA 186-555.
      1c, 55 min., color, 3/4".                                        VBC 4259 
While one Hmong refugee waits in a Thai camp, his nephew tries to adjust
to a life in the US that is very different from his native Laos, in this
examination of the plight of former American allies and the US response to
their needs.

FETE DE FLEURS I.  alternate title: FETE DE FLEURS A SAIGON.
French Collection
      La Societe Lumiere/Paris. 1901. 
      1r, 36 sec., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 5142
Part of the Library of Congress' Cinematheque Francaise Film Collection,
this short--on a reel with 58 other Lumiere films--presents views of a
parade in Saigon with flower covered carriages and floats.

FIGHTING THE GUN RUNNERS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Fighting the
      Gun Runners. 

FINAL OFFENSIVE.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 24: Final Offensive.

FIRE ON THE WATER.
Copyright Collection
      Robert Hillmann Associates/Cinergy Films. 1982.
Producer/Director/Writer: Robert Hillmann. 
      (c) Robert Hillmann Associates; 1 Aug 82; PA 229-739.
      2r, 57 min., color, 16mm.                                    FBC 0726-0727
Looks at the conflict between Vietnamese refugees and native Texas shrimp
fishermen along the Gulf coast and their reactions to the fear that there
will not be enough shrimp to go around for both groups.

FIREPOWER.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 11:
      Firepower.

FIRST VIETNAM WAR, THE.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: The First
      Vietnam War (1946-1954).

FIVE WAYS TO BEAT THE V.C.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Five Ways to
      Beat the V.C.

FOUR NAVY DESERTERS, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Four Navy
      Deserters, The.

FRANCE IN VIETNAM.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 2: France in Vietnam.
        
FRANK: A VIETNAM VETERAN.
Copyright Collection
      WGBH Educational Foundation. 1981. Director/Producer: Fred Simon;
Producer: Vince Canzoneri, and Fred Simon.
      (c) deposit; WGBH Educational Foundation; 1981.
      1c, 48 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBC 7742
A Vietnam War veteran's monologue describing the horrors of his
experience.

FRONT LINE.
Purchase Collection
      Filmakers Library, Inc. 1981. With the Assistance of the Australian
Film Commission, and the Tasmanian Film Corporation; Director/Producer:
David Bradbury; Assoc Producer: Bob Connolly; Narrator: Richard Oxenburgh.
      1r, 55 min., color, 16mm.                                         FDA 8513
Award-winning chronology of the Vietnam War as seen through the eyes of
Australian war correspondent Neil Davis. Davis chronicles his observations
on the front line of the Vietnam War from 1964-1975.

FRONT LINE CHAPLAIN.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Front Line
      Chaplain.

FRONTLINE AMERICA.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 15: Frontline America.

FRONTLINE: BLOODS OF 'NAM.
Copyright Collection
      Wayne Ewing Films for the PBS series FRONTLINE. 1986.
Director/Producer: Wayne Ewing; Writer: Wallace Terry.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation; 20 May 86; PA 339-425.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBE 9474
Although black soldiers accounted for only ten percent of the total number
of Americans in the Vietnam War, they accounted for 23 percent of the
casualties. This film is based on Wallace Terry's best-selling oral
history of black soldiers in Vietnam, Bloods. Terry's interviews are
incorporated in the film, which opens as veterans address a class of high
school students about their own experiences in Vietnam. Interviews with
veterans are combined with a reunion of two men who had been imprisoned
together, and address the fight against discrimination in the military,
and on the home front.

FRONTLINE: REMEMBER MY LAI.
Off-Air Collection
      A production of England's Yorkshire Television. 1989. Recorded from
broadcast by WETA-TV, Channel 26, Washington, D.C. Director: Kevin Sim;
Producers: Kevin Sim and Michael Bilton; Anchor: Judy Woodruff; Narrator:
Will Lyman; US Telecast: PBS; WETA-TV; May 23, 1989.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBG 1187
On March 15, 1968, the US Army Infantry's "Charlie" Company landed by
helicopter at the Vietnamese village of My Lai; four hours later the
village and its residents were virtually extinct. This retrospective
examines the impact of My Lai on the American soldiers who participated in
the attack, and on the survivors, and residents of My Lai today. The film
opens with contemporary scenes of basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia,
juxtaposed with images of the villagers of My Lai today. Outlined are the
history of Charlie Company leading up to the massacre at My Lai, and the
plan of attack for that day. Included are interviews with Ron Haeberle
(Army photographer), Hugh Thompson (a helicopter pilot who carried fleeing
My Lai civilians to safety), Harry Stanley (an infantryman who disobeyed
Lieutenant Calley's orders), General Kenneth Hodson (former US Army
prosecutor), and others, including villagers of My Lai who witnessed the
attack.

FULBRIGHT: ADVICE AND DISSENT.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Fulbright:
      Advice and Dissent.

GENERAL MAXWELL TAYLOR--ANOTHER WAR, ANOTHER PEACE.  See: ABC
SCOPE: THE
      VIETNAM WAR: General Maxwell Taylor--Another War, Another Peace.

GENERAL WALT'S REPORT: THE MARINES IN I CORPS.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL
      REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: General Walt's Report: The Marines in I
      Corps.

GLOBAL REFLECTIONS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Global Reflections.

GREAT BRANCHES, NEW ROOTS--THE HMONG FAMILY.
Copyright Collection
      Hmong Film Project. 1983. Producer/Director: Rita Claire LaDoux;
Writer: Nancy Haley.
      1r, 42 min., color, 16mm.                                         FCB 1496
Documents the life of the Hmong community in Minneapolis-St. Paul,
focusing on the adaptations to Western culture that are transforming the
framework of Hmong traditions.

GUERRILLA (Parts 1 and 2).  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Guerrilla.

GUERRILLA, GUERRE D'INDOCHINE.
French Collection
      La Librarie Hachette et Societe Nouvelle Pathe Cinema. 1975. 
Director/Producer: Marie-Louise Darrien and Marc Ferro.
      1r, 14 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBC 2377
This film is told from the point of view of the Vietminh. It presents the
Vietminh's perception of their relations with the French, guerrilla
tactics, and the Vietnamese strategy of victory. Includes footage from the
bombing of Haiphong in 1946 to the battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954. In
French. 

GUERRILLA SOCIETY, THE. See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY
WAR,
      Episode 9: The Guerrilla Society.

GUNS AND BUTTER, TWO VIEWS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Guns and
      Butter, Two Views.

HEARTS AND MINDS.
Copyright Collection
      Rainbow Pictures Corporation. 1974. Dist. by Warner Brothers.
Director: Peter Davis; Producer: Bert Schneider.
      (c) Rainbow Pictures Corporation; 20 Dec 74; LP 44710.
      12r, 110 min., color, 35mm.                                 FGC 9385-9391 
Oscar-winning documentary featuring extensive interviews with various
figures involved in the conduct of the Vietnam War. Peter Davis also
produced CBS REPORTS: THE SELLING OF THE PENTAGON. Traces US involvement
in Vietnam. Interviews range from top commanding officers such as William
Westmoreland to ordinary foot soldiers.

HELP YOURSELF TO FREEDOM.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Help Yourself
      to Freedom.

HEROES AND HEROIN.  See: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: Heroes and Heroin.

HILL 943.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Hill 943.

HO CHI MINH.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Man of the Month.

HO-CHI-MINH, MISE EN CAUSE DU SYSTEME COLONIAL (1883-1945).
French Collection
      La Librarie Hachette et Societe Nouvelle Pathe Cinema. 1975. 
Director/Producer: Marie-Louise Darrien and Marc Ferro.
      1r, 14 1/2 min., b&w, 16mm.                                       FBC 2376
This film expresses the point of view of the colonized people, and implies
that the colonizers and the colonized have difficulty communicating and
living with one another, despite good-intentions to the contrary. Only Ho
Chi Minh and his companions speak in the film. In French.

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Home for Christmas.

HOMEFRONT USA.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: Homefront USA.

HONG KONG.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Hong Kong

HOW EUROPE SEES US.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: How Europe Sees Us.

HOW FAR HOME--VETERANS AFTER VIETNAM.
Copyright Collection
      Northern Light Productions in cooperation with the Vietnam Era Media
Fund and with the support of Valley Filmworks, Inc. 1983. Director: Bestor
Cram; Producer: Scott Robart.
      (c) Northern Light Productions; 7 Aug 83; PA248-080.
      1r, 29 min., 16mm.                                                FBC 2405
Made during the dedication of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in 1982, this
film explores the different experiences of a number of veterans since the
war.

HOW IT BEGAN.  See: NBC WHITE PAPER: Vietnam Hindsight (Part 1).

HOW MUCH DISSENT? See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: How Much Dissent?

HOW READY THE RESERVES? See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: How Ready the
      Reserves?

HOW TO FIGHT A GUERRILLA WAR.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: How to Fight
a
      Guerrilla War.

HOW WE CAN WIN.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective: How we
      Can Win.

IMAGE, WHY EUROPE FEELS THAT WAY.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR:
Image,
      Why  Europe Feels that Way.

IN THE ENEMY CAMP.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: In the Enemy Camp.

IN THE YEAR OF THE PIG.
Copyright Collection
      The Monday Film Production Company. 1968. Released by New Yorker
Films. Director/Producer: Emile de Antonio; Executive Producer: Moxie
Schell. 
      (c) The Monday Film Production Company; 25 Oct 68; MP25818.
      3r, 101 min., b&w, 16mm.                                     FCA 7586-7588
Documentary filmmaker Emile de Antonio examines the Vietnam War from the
period of French occupation through US military involvement. Incorporates
footage from international sources which integrates statements by
political and military leaders, educators and journalists from both sides.

INDOCHINA 1975: THE END OF THE ROAD? See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT:
      Indochina 1975: The End of the Road?

INDOCHINA REVISITED: A PORTRAIT BY JEAN DESPUJOLS
Copyright Collection
      Coconut Grove Productions. 1984. Director: Phillip Thomas; Producer:
Timothy M. Pugliese.
      (c) Centenary College of Louisiana, Meadows Museum of Art; 23 Feb 84;

      1r, 28 min., color, 16mm.                                         FBC 2432
Examines Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos in the late 1930's through the
artwork, journals, and music of Jean Despujols. Utilizes the humanistic
aspects of geography, religion, and anthropology to illustrate diverse
groups and the complexity of life in the region.

INDOCHINESE IN AMERICA, THE.  See: POSTSCRIPTS TO WAR: The Indochinese in
      America.

INSIDE STORY: #303: UNCOUNTED ENEMY/UNPROVEN CONSPIRACY.
Copyright Collection
      Panavideo/Public Broadcasting Corporation. 1983. Director: Chet
Lishawa; Producer: Rose Economou; Narrator: Hodding Carter; Telecast: PBS;
April 21, 1983.
      (c) The Press & the Public Project, Inc.; 407 Deposit
      1c, 26 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBE 8135
Examines the controversial 1983 CBS documentary CBS REPORTS: The Uncounted
Enemy: A Vietnam Deception, which alleged that General William
Westmoreland had been involved in a conspiracy to deceive the government
and the US public about enemy troop strength in Vietnam.

INSIDE STORY: VIETNAM: OP. ED. Pt. 1 & 2.
Copyright Collection
      Panavideo Productions, Inc. 1985. Anchor: Arthur Miller.
      (c) Panavideo Productions. 1985.
      2c, 85 min., color, 3/4".                                    VBE 8133-8134
The 13-part PBS series VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY was criticized by a
second documentary produced by a group called AIM, or Accuracy in Media,
called TELEVISION'S VIETNAM (Parts 1 and 2). This program presents both
sides of the controversy, including the major charges made by the AIM film
about the Vietnam series and a response to those charges from the
producers of VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. The program includes
highlights of the original program, the background of the funding of the
AIM documentary, PBS's position on why it decided to broadcast the
original program, as well as a discussion with members of the AIM group
and PBS representatives.

INTEGRATION IN THE MILITARY.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Integration in
      the Military.

INTERVIEWS WITH MY LAI VETERANS.
Copyright Collection
      Laser Film Corporation. 1970.
      (c) Laser Film Corp.; 17 Dec 70; MP 21787.
      1r, 22 min., color, 35mm.                                         FGC 6229
Interviews with 5 American soldiers who were among the troops that
massacred Vietnamese civilians.

ISRAEL YES, SAIGON, NO.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Israel Yes,
      Saigon, No.

JOHN KRAFT SURVEY: VIETNAM IN THE POLLING BOOTH.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE
      VIETNAM WAR: John Kraft Survey: Vietnam in the Polling Booth.

JOHNSON-HO CHI MINH LETTERS, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam
      Perspective: The Johnson-Ho Chi Minh Letters.

KEY TO VICTORY, PART 1: KNOW THE V.C.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR:
      Key to Victory, Part 1: Know the V.C.

KEY TO VICTORY, PART 2: HEARTS AND MINDS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM
      WAR:      Key to Victory, Part 2: Hearts and Minds.

KEY TO VICTORY, PART 3: THE RICE ROOTS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM
WAR:
      Key to Victory, Part 3: The Rice Roots.

KNOW YOUR ENEMY THE VIET CONG.  See: WHY VIETNAM and KNOW YOUR
ENEMY THE
      VIET CONG

LBJ GOES TO WAR.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: LBJ Goes to War
      (1964-1965).

LEGACIES.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: Legacies.

LODGE ON VIETNAM.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Lodge on Vietnam.

LONG PULL AHEAD, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Long Pull Ahead,
The.

LYNDON JOHNSON TALKS POLITICS.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Lyndon Johnson
      Talks Politics.

M-16, WHAT WENT WRONG?, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: The M-16,
      What Went Wrong?

MARCHING ALONG TOGETHER AGAIN.
Copyright Collection
      American Legion. 1983.
      (c) American Legion; 9 Feb 83; PA175-370.
      1c, 30 min., color, 1/2" VHS.                                     VAA 4074
In coverage of the five-day National Salute to Vietnam Veterans, this
production of the American Legion addresses the issue of the widespread
neglectful treatment of Vietnam veterans in America upon their return from
the war, the nation's current renewed attention to the veterans, and the
rifts and questions raised by the war. 

MEET THE PRESS: Ball, George W.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1962. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; May 13, 1962.
      2r, 2000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                      FRA 7219-7220
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm op sdtrk.                                      FRA 7221
The Under Secretary of State discusses of the Seventh Fleet's presence
near Laos and increased concern about tensions in the surrounding area.

MEET THE PRESS: Ball, George W.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; April 2, 1967.
      2r, 2000 ft., 60 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                      FRA 3313-3314
      2r, 2000 ft., 16mm neg. sdtrk.                               FRA 3315-3316
Discussion of international sentiment towards the United States' position
on the bombing of North Vietnam. Panel of five foreign journalists
question former US Undersecretary of State Ball.

MEET THE PRESS: Brooke, Edward W.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 13,
1966.
      1r, 1000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                           FRA 3165
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 3166
The Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts discusses the
Republican party's policy positions regarding the war in Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Bundy, McGeorge.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; April 4, 1965.
      1r, 1000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                           FRA 7591
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7592
The Special Assistant to the President (Johnson) for National Security
Affairs discusses his recent "fact-finding trip" to South Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Bundy, McGeorge.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 20,
1966.
      1r, 1000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                           FRA 3167
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 3168
Upon Bundy's return from South Vietnam and his resignation after 5 years
as a top adviser to Presidents Johnson and Kennedy, he discusses the role
of General Ky, US expectations of the General, and Senator Robert
Kennedy's position concerning the inclusion of Viet Cong representatives
in "a share of power and responsibility" in a negotiated settlement.

MEET THE PRESS: Bundy, McGeorge.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; December 25,
1966.
      1r, 1000ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                            FRA 3269
      1r, 1000ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                         FRA 3270
Now President of the Ford Foundation, former Special Assistant to the
President for National Security Affairs Bundy discusses his article in the
current issue of Foreign Affairs which discusses "raising the cost of
aggression" in North Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Bunker, Ellsworth, and Westmoreland, William C. 
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 19,
1967.
      1c, 60 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0326
      2r, 2000 ft., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                               FRA 3380-3381
      2r, 2000 ft., 16mm, neg sdtrk.                               FRA 3382-3383
Ambassador Bunker and General Westmoreland discuss South Vietnamese
sentiment concerning the Vietnam War and the people's commitment to the
war.

MEET THE PRESS: Bunker, Ellsworth.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1970. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; May 10, 1970.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg.)                                    FRA 5176
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 5177
Discussion of "Vietnamization" policy and US troop withdrawal with
Ambassador Bunker.

MEET THE PRESS: Byrd, Robert.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1972. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; December 31,
1972.
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0322
The Democratic Senator from West Virginia discusses his opposition to
cutting off funds for military operations in Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Carmichael, Stokely; King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther;
      McKissick, Floyd B.; Meredith, James H.; Young, Whitney M.; and
      Wilkins, Roy.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 21, 1966.
      3r, 90 min., 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3225-3227
      3r, 3000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                              FRA 3228-3230
In this "Civil Rights Special," Civil Rights movement leaders discuss
questions of the black soldier's role in the Vietnam War and on the
homefront.

MEET THE PRESS: Chaffee, John H., and Hoff, Philip H.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 14,
1965.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7655-7656
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7657
The Democratic Governor of Vermont (Hoff) and the Republican Governor of
Rhode Island (Chaffee) give their responses to a three week tour of South
Vietnam, conducted by the National Governor's conference.  Issues raised
include: the "guns or butter" argument, bombing, and casualty count
policies.

MEET THE PRESS: Chaffee, John H.; Resor, Stanley R.; and Seamans, Robert
      C., Jr.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1969. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; December 7,
1969.
      1r, 1000 ft., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                    FRA 5119
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm., neg, sdtrk.  FRA 5120 The Secretary of the Navy (Chaffee), the
Secretary of the Army
(Resor), and the Secretary of the Air Force (Seamans) discuss the enormous
pre-trial publicity concerning the investigation and Court Martial trial
proceedings concerning Lieutenant William Calley and the My Lai massacre.

MEET THE PRESS: Church, Frank; Goodell, Charles E.; Laird, Melvin R.; and
      Wheeler, Earle G.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1970. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; June 4, 1970.
      2r, 2000 ft., 60 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                      FRA 5814-5815
      2r, 2000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                              FRA 5186-5187
In this "Special Edition" episode, the Democratic Senator from Idaho
(Church), the Republican Senator from New York (Goodell), the Secretary of
Defense (Laird), and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (General
Wheeler) discuss the South Vietnamese withdrawal from Cambodia.

MEET THE PRESS: Clark, Ramsey.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 18,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3408
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                                   FRA 3409
The Attorney General of the United States discusses the indictments
brought against Dr. Benjamin Spock and other Vietnam War dissenters at
home.

MEET THE PRESS: Diem, Bui.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 29,
1967.
      1r, 1000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                           FRA 3281
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                                   FRA 3282
The Ambassador to the United States from the Republic of Vietnam discusses
prospects for peace and negotiations between South Vietnam and North
Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Dodd, Thomas J.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1962. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 25,
1962.
      1r, 1000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                           FRA 7236
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm., sdtrk.                                       FRA 7237
The Democratic Senator from Connecticut discusses the Kennedy
Administration's operations in South Vietnam, US relations with China and
comparisons between South Vietnam and Korea.

MEET THE PRESS: Dodd, Thomas J.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; May 2, 1965.
      2r, 2000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                      FRA 7625-7626
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm., sdtrk.                                       FRA 7627
The Democratic Senator from Connecticut comments on his recent tour of
Vietnam and his perception of impending US victory there; comments on
possible negotiations with North Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Dominick, Peter H.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; April 2, 1967.
      1r, 1000 ft., 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                           FRA 3311
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                                   FRA 3312
The Republican Senator from Colorado discusses the financial costs of the
war in Vietnam, and the recent indications pointing toward escalation of
the war effort.

MEET THE PRESS: Ford, Gerald R., and Laird, Melvin R.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 8, 1967.
      1r, 1051 ft., b&w, 16mm (neg).                                    FRA 3273
      1r, 1051 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 3274
                                                                        FBB 3951
The House Minority Leader (Ford) and the Chairman of the House Republican
Conference (Laird) discuss the costs in "men and money" of the Vietnam War
and what the Republican party's policy is, regarding the war.

MEET THE PRESS: Fulbright, J. William.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1961. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; April 30, 1961.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7141
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 7142
The Democratic Senator from Arkansas and Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee discusses the "communist drive which threatens to
overrun the Southeast Asian Kingdom of Laos," and other points of struggle
involving communist forces.

MEET THE PRESS: Fulbright, J. William.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; March 14, 1965.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7593-7594
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7595
The Democratic Senator from Arkansas and Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee discusses whether or not the Johnson Administration is
consulting congressional leaders on foreign policy decisions.

MEET THE PRESS: Fulbright, J. William.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 24,
1965.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7658
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7660
The Democratic Senator from Arkansas and Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee discusses the Department of Defense and the CIA's
influence in determining US policy in Vietnam. 

MEET THE PRESS: Fulbright, J. William.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 22,
1967.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3279
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 3280
The Democratic Senator from Arkansas and Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee discusses his stance regarding the Johnson
administration's policy in Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Fulbright, J. William.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 21,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3398
      1r, 1000 ft., neg, sdtrk.                                         FRA 3399
The Democratic Senator from Arkansas and Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee discusses the Johnson Administration's bombing policy
in North Vietnam and possibilities for peace negotiations; the Senator
also questions the honesty of the Johnson Administration in discussing
these issues with the American public.

MEET THE PRESS: Fulbright, J. William.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1970. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; March 8, 1970.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5145
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                                   FRA 5146
The Democratic Senator from Arkansas and Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee discusses North Vietnamese influence in Laos and
Thailand.

MEET THE PRESS: Fulbright, J. William.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1973. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 18,
1973.
      1r, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0335
The Democratic Senator from Arkansas and Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee discusses his opposition, being voiced in Congress, to
the Nixon administration's plan to provide American aid to help rebuild
North Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Galbraith, John Kenneth.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1961. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 12,
1961.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7193
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 7194
The United States' Ambassador to India comments on the "menace in
Southeast Asia" and the struggle "in helping the South Vietnam government
to remain independent and to liberalize itself and provide a better life
for its people."

MEET THE PRESS: Galbraith, John Kenneth.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; June 4, 1967.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7867
      1r, 1046 ft., 16mm.                                               FRA 7868
The National Chairman for Americans for Democratic Action evaluates the
Johnson administration and compares the violence in the Middle East to the
situation of US military commitment and aggression in Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Goldwater, Barry.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; June 13, 1965.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7632-7633
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7634
The Republican presidential candidate discusses what the United States'
objectives should be in Vietnam--a "negotiated peace" or a military
victory.

MEET THE PRESS: Harriman, W. Averell.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1969. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 26,
1969.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5031
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 5032
The chief US negotiator for peace in Vietnam discusses recent negotiations
with the North Vietnamese in Paris.

MEET THE PRESS: Humphrey, Hubert H.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 25, 1968.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 3466-3467
      2r, 2000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                              FRA 3468-3469
In this "Special Edition" the Vice President discusses the Johnson
Administration's bombing policy in North Vietnam and his own positions
regarding the war.

MEET THE PRESS: Kennedy, Robert F.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; December 5,
1965.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FBA 9353
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FBA 9354
The Democratic Senator from New York discusses questions of how much
President Johnson should be consulting Congress with regard to Vietnam and
especially concerning budgetary allotments for the military. Also
considered is the question of whether or not the bombing of North Vietnam
should be halted.

MEET THE PRESS: Ky, Nguyen Cao.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1970. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 29,
1970.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5239
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5240
The Vice President of the Republic of Vietnam discusses "Vietnamization,"
US troop withdrawal, and the possibility of continued war with the North
Vietnamese.

MEET THE PRESS: Laird, Melvin R.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1970. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 22,
1970.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5141
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                                   FRA 5142
The Secretary of Defense discusses President Nixon's Commission on an all-
volunteer force (The Gates Commission), the Nixon Doctrine, the
Administration's bombing policy, and the withdrawal of US troops from
Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Laird, Melvin R.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1971. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 14,
1971.
      1r, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0301
On the Secretary of Defense's return from his fourth trip to South Vietnam
he offers his reactions to President Nixon's recent troop withdrawal
announcement and speaks about North Vietnamese military strength build-up.

MEET THE PRESS: LeMay, Curtis E.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 13,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 7208
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5001
      1r, 1045 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5002
The retired US Air Force General and American Independent Party Vice
presidential candidate discusses the Vietnam War as the issue of paramount
importance in the upcoming presidential elections.

MEET THE PRESS: Lodge, Henry Cabot.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1964. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 15,
1964.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7558-7559
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg, sdtrk.                                   FRA 7560
A discussion of terrorist tactics/warfare in South Vietnam and the need
for American and South Vietnamese forces "to organize the totality of the
civilian population" there in order to achieve victory.

MEET THE PRESS: Lodge, Henry Cabot.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; May 23, 1965.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7628
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7629
The former US Ambassador to South Vietnam discusses US troop increases and
the possibilities/problems and implications of a potential "military
victory" in the Vietnam War.

MEET THE PRESS: Lodge, Henry Cabot.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; September 17,
1967.
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0328
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3364
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3365
The US's Ambassador-at-large discusses his support of President Johnson's
policy in Vietnam, including the possibility of bombing stoppage by the US
military forces there.

MEET THE PRESS: Long, Russell B.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 28,
1965.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7604-7605
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7606
The Democratic Senator from Louisiana discusses US' bombing policy in
North Vietnam, and the issue of whether or not the US should increase
aggressive/offensive military initiatives.

MEET THE PRESS: Mansfield, Mike.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1964. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 9, 1964.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 4228
      1r, 16mm, sdtrk.                                                  FRA 7526
The Democratic Senator from Montana discusses whether or not an
international peace conference could or would take place to discuss
settlement of the Vietnam War.

MEET THE PRESS: Mansfield, Mike.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 3, 1965.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7582
The Democratic Senator from Montana and Senate Majority Leader questions
the possibilty of victory in the Vietnam War; included in the discussion
are questions concerning the overthrow of the Diem regime, and United
States bombing policy in North Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Mansfield, Mike.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 29,
1967.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 6003
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3376
      1r, 1015 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3377
The Democratic Senator from Montana and Senate Majority Leader discusses
his proposed resolution which calls for UN action concerning the Vietnam
War.

MEET THE PRESS: Mansfield, Mike.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1969. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; March 30, 1969.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 7845
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5051
      1r, 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                             FRA 5052
The Democratic Senator from Montana and Senate Majority Leader discusses
the Johnson administration's negotiations with the North Vietnamese and
what new peace initiatives may be open to President Nixon. 
      
MEET THE PRESS: McCarthy, Eugene J.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 11,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 7848
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3406
      1r, 1045 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3407
The Democratic Senator from Minnesota discusses the Johnson
administration's stance regarding peace negotiations with North Vietnamese
leaders.

MEET THE PRESS: McGovern, George.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 11, 1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 7843
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3460
      1r, 1090 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3461
The Democratic candidate for presidential nomination responds to questions
that his campaign centers almost entirely on the issue of the war in
Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: McGovern, George.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; December 29,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 3956
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5023
      1r, 1060 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5024
The Democratic Senator from South Dakota discusses his proposal which
would start bringing American troops home from Vietnam before the end of
the Johnson administration. 

MEET THE PRESS: McGovern, George and Hughes, Harold E.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1969. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; July 6, 1969.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 7877
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5079
      1r, 1045 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5080
The Democratic Senator from South Dakota (McGovern) and the Democratic
Senator from Iowa (Hughes) discuss the Democratic party's platform
regarding the Vietnam War and including proposals for the withdrawal of US
troops.

MEET THE PRESS: Ngo Dinh Nhu, Madame.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1963. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 13,
1963.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7448
An interview with the wife of the brother of the President of South
Vietnam, who acts as his political counselor, a member of the South
Vietnamese National Assembly and is acting chief of the women's military
organization there.

MEET THE PRESS: Nixon, Richard M.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 23,
1966.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 7844
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3251
      1r, 1076 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3252
The Republican presidential candidate of 1960 discusses American
involvement in the Vietnam War as an issue in upcoming elections.

MEET THE PRESS: Nixon, Richard M.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 3,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 4227
      1r, 1050 ft., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                    FRA 5007
      1r, 1050 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5008
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0296
The Republican Presidential candidate responds to President Johnson's
bombing pause in Vietnam and the possible political motivations behind
such a move.

MEET THE PRESS: O'Brien, Lawrence F.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; September 15,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3474
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3475
The chairman of the Democratic National Committee discusses Hubert
Humphrey's presidential campaign and the effect of the Johnson
administration's policies in Vietnam on his chances of electoral success. 

MEET THE PRESS: Rogers, William P.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1969. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 12,
1969.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5105
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5106
The Secretary of State discusses progress toward peace in Vietnam, the
Paris peace negotiations, and the problems of US troop withdrawal.

MEET THE PRESS: Rogers, William P.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1972. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; April 30, 1972.
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0310
The Secretary of State discusses renewed US diplomatic activity regarding
Vietnam peace negotiations in Paris.

MEET THE PRESS: Romney, George.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 13,
1966. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3257
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3258
The Republican Governor of the state of Michigan discusses the 1968
presidential campaign and President Johnson's policies regarding the
Vietnam War.

MEET THE PRESS: Romney, George.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 15,
1967.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3372
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3373
The Republican Governor of Michigan discusses the Johnson administration's
credibility, and the problems of US troop withdrawal from Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Rostow, Walter W. 
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1962. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; May 6, 1962.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7252-7253
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 7254
The chairman of the Policy Planning Council at the Department of State
discusses recent developments in Laos and South Vietnam with regard to the
extent and purpose of US military commitment there.

MEET THE PRESS: Rostow, Walter W.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; July 9, 1967.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3346
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3347
The Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
discusses the status of US military operations in Vietnam in light of
General William Westmoreland's remarks that US troops are winning the war.

MEET THE PRESS: Rusk, Dean.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1964. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 30, 1964.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7530
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 7531
The Secretary of State responds to Senator Goldwater's call for a "full,
frank revelation of what our basic policy in Vietnam is"; discussion of
the Saigon regime's stability and the US role there.

MEET THE PRESS: Rusk, Dean.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 23,
1966.
      1r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                            FDA 894
      2r, 2000 ft., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                               FRA 3151-3152
      2r, 2000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                              FRA 3153-3154
The Secretary of State is interviewed by four Western European journalists
regarding the US role in Vietnam and other nations' perceptions of the
recent bombing halt by US military forces there.

MEET THE PRESS: Rusk, Dean.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; April 16, 1967.
      1r, 60 min., 16mm. (neg)                                          FRA 3320
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3321
The Secretary of State discusses recent anti-war demonstrations in the US
and the strength of Communist forces throughout the world.

MEET THE PRESS: Rusk, Dean, and McNamara, Robert S.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 4,
1968.
      1r, 60 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0307
      1r, 2000 ft., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                               FRA 3402-3403
      1r, 2000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                              FRA 3404-3405
The Secretary of State (Rusk) and the Secretary of Defense (McNamara)
respond to questions concerning the Tet Offensive by North Vietnamese
forces; included is a discussion of current conflicts in North Korea.

MEET THE PRESS: Schlesinger, James R.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1973. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 26, 1973.
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0312
The Secretary of Defense discusses reports of fighting between the North
Vietnamese and their Cambodian allies.

MEET THE PRESS: Shriver, Sargent.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1970. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; April 5, 1970.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 5166
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5167
The former US Ambassador to France responds to questions concerning the
openess of US communication with France, French calls for an international
conference with China, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, and President Nixon's
Vietnam policies.

MEET THE PRESS: Shriver, Sargent.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1972. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 13, 1972.
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0259
The Democratic candidate for the vice presidency discusses the possibility
of a coalition government in Vietnam, and discusses the status of
negotiations regarding the war.

MEET THE PRESS: Shultz, George, and Rogers, William P.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1972. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 5,
1972.
      1r, 60 min., color, 2".                                          VDA 0352 
The Secretary of the Treasury (Schultz) and the Secretary of State
(Rogers) address questions as to why taxes are such a dominant issue in
the upcoming election, in contrast to the Vietnam War.

MEET THE PRESS: Smith, Ralph Tyler, and Stevenson, Adlai E., III.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1970. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; September 13,
1970.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 4120
      1r, 1044 ft., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                    FRA 5221
      1r, 1044 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 5222
The Republican Senator from Illinois (Smith) and the Democratic Senator
from Illinois (Stevenson) discuss their opposing viewpoints on a range of
political issues, including "Vietnamization."

MEET THE PRESS: Spock, Dr. Benjamin, and Coffin, Jr., William Sloan.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 28,
1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3400
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3401
Both men respond to their recent indictments by a Federal grand jury on
charges of conspiring to encourage violations of the draft law.

MEET THE PRESS: Stevenson, Adlai.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1964. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; December 13,
1964.
      3r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                           FRA 7574-7575-7576
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 7577
The United States Representative to the United Nations discusses whether
it would be feasible for the UN to help find a solution to the situation
in Vietnam, and how far the US is willing to go in the war effort.

MEET THE PRESS: Stevenson, Adlai.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; June 27, 1965.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7643-7644
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7645
The United States' representative to the United Nations discusses the role
of the UN in pressuring for peace talks in Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Stevenson, Adlai E., III.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1971. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; September 5,
1971.
      1c, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0324
The Democratic Senator from Illinois discusses the recent election in
South Vietnam and Stevenson's charge that President Thieu's victory was
fixed.

MEET THE PRESS: Sullivan, William H.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1973. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; January 28,
1973.
      1r, 30 min., color, 2".                                           VDA 0355
The Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
discusses reports of continued fighting in Saigon, despite the cease fire.

MEET THE PRESS: Taylor, Maxwell D.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1968. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; March 31, 1968.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3422
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3423
The Special Consultant to the President and President of the Institute for
Defense Analysis discusses an upcoming speech of President Johnson's, and
possibilities for a change in the administration's strategy in Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Taylor, Maxwell D.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1965. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; August 8, 1965.
      2r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                FRA 7664-7665
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, sdtrk.                                        FRA 7666
The United States' Ambassador to South Vietnam, on his return from service
there, discusses the problems apparent in Vietnam (military and political)
and the challenges posed by guerrilla warfare; discusses the possible
length of the war.

MEET THE PRESS: Thieu, Nguyen Van.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; September 10,
1967. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3362
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3363
The Lieutenant General and President-elect of the Republic of Vietnam
discusses possible routes to halt bombing and begin peace negotiations.

MEET THE PRESS: Wallace, George C.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1969. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; November 30,
1969.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 7963
      1r, 1044 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 7964
The former Governor of Alabama is interviewed upon his return from a
"fact-finding" visit to South Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Wheeler, Earle G.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; February 26,
1967.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3296
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3297
The US General and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff discusses
differences between his and Secretary of Defense McNamara's views on the
effectiveness of bombing North Vietnam.

MEET THE PRESS: Yew, Lee Kuan.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Producer: Lawrence Spivak; Telecast: NBC; October 22,
1967.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 0407
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm. (neg)                                     FRA 3374
      1r, 1000 ft., 16mm, neg. sdtrk.                                   FRA 3375
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore discusses US military
power and bombing policy in North Vietnam, as well as the UN General
Assembly's call for an unconditional halt of the bombing.

MEKONG WITH WILLIAM SHAWCROSS, THE.
Off-Air Collection
      RKO Pictures; BBC-TV; Australia Broadcasting Co.; Churchill Films,
1985. Narrator: William Shawcross. Recorded off-air: WETA Channel 26 in
Washington, D.C.
      1c, 57 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBD 7079
William Shawcross travels along the Mekong river, through Vietnam and
Cambodia, to see how the cities and villages are faring after the Vietnam
War. From the BBC series,  RIVER JOURNEYS.

MORLEY SAFER'S VIETNAM: A PERSONAL REPORT.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL
REPORT:
      Morley Safer's Vietnam: A Personal Report.   

NATURE: PEACOCK'S WAR.
Taped off-air broadcast of WETA, Channel 26 in Washington, D.C. Producers:
Robert McBride and Anne S. McBride; Writers: Robert McBride and Thomas
Marcyes; Anchor: George Page; Telecast: PBS; 1988. 
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                        VBF 8485 
Profile of Vietnam veteran Douglas Peacock, a former Army medic, who is
now a forest ranger in Montana, and has devoted most of his life since the
war to attempts to save the grizzly bear from extinction. As a maverick
spokesman and self-appointed guardian of wilderness and its defining
symbol, the grizzly bear, Peacock has become a minor folk hero.

NAVY NORTH.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Navy North.

NBC NEWS PRESENTS: Mary Martin--"Hello Dolly 'Round the World"  Also: Mary
      Martin--"Hello Dolly 'Round the World".
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Producer: Lucy Jarvis; Telecast: NBC; February 7, 1966.
      (c) NBC; 21 Jan 66; MP16410.
      1r, 53 min., color, 16mm.                                          FDA 354
Pictures the international tour of "Hello, Dolly!" as a cultural exchange
show, and its special trip to entertain the fighting forces in Vietnam.

NBC NEWS PRESENTS: THE BOAT PEOPLE. see: BOAT PEOPLE, THE.

NBC NEWS SPECIAL: Vietnam: The Home Front.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Director: Robert Priaulx; Producer: Chet Hagan; Narrator:
Frank McGee; Telecast: NBC; April 1, 1966.
      2c, 60 min., b&w, 3/4".                                    VBE 3331-3332  
Report on how the American people look at the Vietnam War. Included are
discussions with private citizens, members of Congress critical of US
policy, films of anti-war demonstrations and of a National Council of
Churches meeting protesting the war.  Also, a look at the draft, GI wives,
the war's effect on the economy and at reactions of GI's to dissent and
debate at home.

NBC REPORTS: Sins of the Fathers, The.
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1973. Producer/Writer: Robert Northshield; Telecast: NBC; June
19, 1973.
      (c) NBC; 6 Jun 73; MP24253.
      2r, 60 min., color, 16mm.                                    FDA 1773-1774
Examines problems of racially mixed children in Vietnam whose American
G.I. fathers have gone home. 

NBC WHITE PAPER: And Now the War is Over--The American Military in the
      '70s: One Billion Dollar Weapon.
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1973. Telecast: NBC; February 13, 1973.
      (c) NBC; 13 Feb 73; MP24629.
      1r, 60 min., color, 16mm.                                         FDA 1822
Examines US committment to military spending in a time of peace and the
role nuclear weapons and their development is going to play in the future.

NBC WHITE PAPER: And Now the War is Over--The American Military in the
      '70s: If You Want Us to Stand Down, Tell Us.
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1973. Director: Darold Murray; Producer: Alvin Davis; Reporter:
Floyd Kalber; Telecast: NBC; January 30, 1973.
      (c) NBC; 30 Jan 73; MP24628.
      2r, 60 min., color, 16mm.                                    FDA 1823-1824
Deals with nuclear weapons.

NBC WHITE PAPER: Vietnam Hindsight (Part 1): How it Began. 
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1971. Producer: Fred Freed; Telecast: NBC; December 21, 1971.
      (c) NBC; 20 Dec 71; MP24040.
      1r, 60 min., color, 16mm.                                         FDA 1662
First of two reports on the history of US involvement in Vietnam which
cover the period from January 1961 to the summer of 1963, focusing on
actions of the Kennedy Administration that caused the US to become
involved in Southeast Asia. This first report deals with Kennedy's
decision to save the faltering Diem regime and the eruption of the
Buddhist crisis. Featured are recollections of Gen. Maxwell Taylor, George
Ball, Walter Rostow, and Dean Rusk.

NBC WHITE PAPER: Vietnam Hindsight (Part 2): The Death of Diem.
Copyright Collection
      NBC. 1971. Producer: Fred Freed; Reporter: Floyd Kalber; Telecast:
NBC; December 22, 1971.
      (c) NBC; 20 Dec 71; MP24041.
      1r, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 16mm.                      FDA 1663
Second of two reports on Vietnam focuses on the ineffectual Diem
government and US complicity in his assassination in the summer of 1963.
Included are interviews with Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., John Kenneth
Galbraith, Roger Hilsman, and Roswell Gilpatric.

NEW MARINE, THE.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: The New Marine. 

NIPPON NEWS. No. 12. (1940/08/26).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5215  
Includes footage which examines the situation in French Indochina (Hanoi);
France, having surrendered to Germany and Italy, prohibited on 20th June
the transportation of goods through Indo-Chinese territory for the aid of
Chiang Kai-shek at the request of the Japanese government, and approved
the dispatch of an observation corps, headed by Major-General Nishihara.

NIPPON NEWS. No. 18. (1940/10/08).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5218  
Includes footage which examines Japanese troop advancement into French
Indo-China upon the conclusion of Japan-France Military Accord.

NIPPON NEWS. No. 21. (1940/10/30).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5220  
Includes footage which shows the Matsumiya Financial Mission reaching
Hanoi for negotiations.
   
NIPPON NEWS. No. 31. (1941/01/07).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5228  
Includes a segment which shows a Sumo wrestling tournament by occupation
troops in French Indochina.

NIPPON NEWS. No. 35. (1941/02/04).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5233  
Includes footage documenting the cease-fire agreement signed between
Thailand and French Indochina over a boundary conflict (Saigon).

NIPPON NEWS. No. 36. (1941/02/10).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5233  
Includes footage which shows the opening of a Tokyo meeting which is set
to arbitrate enforcement of the Thai-French Indochina cease-fire
agreement.        

NIPPON NEWS. No. 49. (1941/05/13).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5243  
Includes a segment which shows the Thai-French Indochina Boundary
Demarcation Treaty being signed (in Tokyo) and one in which Lieutenant-
General Sumita of the Japanese Inspector Corps visits French Indochina
and, specifically, the Hongay Coal Mine there.

NIPPON NEWS. No. 244. (1945/02/01).
Japanese Collection
      Japanese Newsreel.
      1r, b&w, 16mm.                                                  FAB 5285  
Includes footage which examines the American naval task force presence in
South China waters, and the bombing of Saigon by the Americans in French
Indochina on January 12th, 1945.

NO MAN'S LAND, POPULATION 2.5 MILLION.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM
WAR:
      No Man's Land, Population 2.5 Million.

NORTH OF NORTH VIETNAM.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: North of North
      Vietnam.

ORDEAL OF CON THIEN, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam
      Perspective: The Ordeal of Con Thien.

OUR WAR IN VIETNAM.  See: EYEWITNESS: Our War In Vietnam.

OUTLOOK '68.   See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Outlook '68.

P.O.W.: THE ROAD TO RESISTANCE (Part 2).  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY:
      P.O.W.: The Road to Resistance.

POW'S: PAWNS OF WAR, THE.  See: CBS REPORTS: The POW's: Pawns of War.

PARIS: THE PEACE GAME.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Paris: The Peace
      Game.

PEACE AND CONSEQUENCES.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY
WAR,
      Episode 21: Peace and Consequences. 

PEACE AND THE PENTAGON.  See: CBS REPORTS: Peace and the Pentagon.

PEACE IS AT HAND.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: Peace is at Hand
      (1968-1973).

PEACOCK'S WAR.  See: NATURE: PEACOCK'S WAR.

PEOPLE OF VIETNAM: HOW THEY FEEL ABOUT THE WAR, THE.  See: CBS NEWS
      SPECIAL REPORT: The People of Vietnam: How They Feel About the War.

PEOPLE OF WAR REVISITED.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: People of War
      Revisited.

PEOPLE OF WAR.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: People of War.

PHANS OF JERSEY CITY, THE.
Copyright Collection
      Howard Street Productions. 1979. Director: Stephen L. Forman, and
Dennis Lanson; Producer: Stephen L. Forman, and Abbie Frank.
      (c) Howard Street Productions. 1979.
      1r, 50 min., color, 16mm.                                         FDA 6685
A woman relates her family's last days in their native Saigon. Explores
their odyssey as they relocate to the US.

POSTSCRIPTS TO WAR: The Indochinese in America.
Copyright Collection and Off-Air Collection
      Recorded off-air from WETA-TV Channel 26, Washington, D.C. 1987.
Executive Producer: Louis Massiah; Producer: Geoffrey O'Connor; Directors:
Quang Nguyen, Geoffrey O'Connor, Andrew Tkach; Narrator: Franz Russel;
Telecast: PBS WETA-TV; April 2, 1987.
      (c) 407 deposit; Geoffrey E. O'Connor; 22 Jul 85;
      1c, 30 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBD 4655
      1c, 30 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBE 5596
This film focuses on the adjustment process of five Indochinese refugees
who are attempting to start new lives in America. The film opens with
footage from n Naturalization luncheon, and further examines church
sponsorship programs, work conditions for refugees who find employment,
and the bitterness of American laborers toward refugee workers. The
program centers on refugees who have relocated in the state of
Pennsylvania. Refugees interviewed include a former farmer, a Buddhist
monk, and a former pharmacy owner.

PRISONERS OF WAR.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 22: Prisoners of War.

PROGRAM FOR VIETNAM VETERANS AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO SHOULD CARE,
A.
Copyright Collection
      WTTW Chicago. 1986. Director: Michael Lorentz; Producer: Michael
Hirsh; Moderator: Charles Haid.
      (c) WTTW Chicago; 22 Apr 86; PA 303-583.
      2c, 88 min., color, 3/4".                                    VBF 4157-4158
In roundtable discussion format, several Vietnam veterans reveal their
painful experiences during and after the war. "All we want is to be human
and live like everyone else," notes one participant.

QUESTIONS AMERICA IS ASKING.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Questions
      America is Asking.

REBUTTAL.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Rebuttal. 

REMEMBER MY LAI.  See: FRONTLINE: REMEMBER MY LAI.

REPORT ON THE BOMBING.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Report on the
      Bombing.

REQUIEM FOR THE VIETNAM UNKNOWN.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT:
Requiem
      For The Vietnam Unknown.

REUNION, THE WAR CLASSES.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Reunion, the
      War Classes.

RIVER JOURNEYS #102: The Mekong with William Shawcross.  See: MEKONG WITH
      WILLIAM SHAWCROSS, THE.   

ROK'S: SAVAGES OR SAVIORS?, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: ROK'S:
      Savages or Saviors?, The.

ROOTS OF A WAR.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: Roots of a War.

RUNNING THE RED BLOCKADE.
Exchange Collection
      RKO-Pathe; Produced in cooperation with the French Information
Service and the French Army Photographic Service. 1953. Writer: Dudley
Hale; Narrator: Peter Roberts.
      1r, 8 min., b&w, 35mm.                                            FEA 1124
A photographic record of a train trip across war-torn Indochina. Describes
the precautions taken to protect passengers and freight on a six-train
convoy, the clearing of a roadblock during the journey, and the repulse of
an attack of Communist guerrillas. An RKO-Pathe Screenliner.

SAIGON.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Saigon.

SELLING OF THE PENTAGON, THE.  See: CBS REPORTS: Selling of the Pentagon,
The.

SENATE HEARINGS AND THE WAR, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam
      Perspective: The Senate Hearings and the War. 

SIEGE.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 14:
Siege.

SINGING SOLDIER, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Singing Soldier,
The.

SINS OF THE FATHERS, THE.  See: NBC REPORTS: The Sins of the Fathers)

SIXTY MINUTES.  See: 60 MINUTES at beginning of alphabetical listing.

SO YOU WANT TO GO TO VIETNAM? See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: So You
Want
      to Go to Vietnam?

SOLDIERING ON.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode
      17: Soldiering On.

SOLDIERS IN HIDING.
Copyright Collection
      Filmworks, Inc., 1984. Director: Malcolm Clarke; Producer: Japhet
Asher; Originally shown on the Home Box Office program: "America
Undercover."
      (c) Filmworks, Inc.; 15 Nov 84; PA 276-084.
      1c, 58 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBD 7055
Focuses on the lives of six Vietnam veterans and their families who are
living or have lived in the wild.  They discuss the circumstances of why
they cannot return to society.

SOUTHEAST ASIA: LANDS AND PEOPLES. 
Instructional
      Coronet Instructional Films. 1947. Educational Collaborator: Joseph
E. Spencer.
      1r, 14 min., color, 16mm.                                         FBA 1471
Explains that Burma, Thailand, Malaya, and Indochina are sources of such
vital world products as rubber, oil, tin, teak, and rice. Shows typical
incidents in the life of a farm family of Thailand, emphasizing the
importance of rice, and providing a closer view of the people of Southeast
Asia. 

SOUTHEAST ASIA: LANDS AND PEOPLES. 
Copyright Collection
      Coronet Instructional Media. 1976.
      (c) Coronet Instructional Media, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 8 Nov
76;       MP31570.
      1r, 16 min., color, 16mm.                                         FAB 2323
Revised edition of SOUTHEAST ASIA: LANDS AND PEOPLES from 1947, as
described above.

SOUTHEAST ASIA: VIETNAM, CAMBODIA, LAOS.
Copyright Collection
      Coronet Instructional Materials, a division of Esquire, Inc. 1973.
      (c) Coronet Instructional Materials; 18 Jan 73; MP23682.
      1r, 20 min., color, 16mm.                                         FBB 1699
Gives a geographic overview of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, and points out
political and cultural factors that prevail there. Explains that although
the people of North and South Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos have much in
common, there are differences in human use of the land.

SPOTLIGHT ON INDO-CHINA.
Gift Collection
      20th Century-Fox Film Corporation. 1949. Released for educational
purposes by Teaching Film Custodians, 1941.
      1r, 9 min., b&w, 16mm.                                            FAA 4726
A travelogue of French Indochina during the early years of World War II,
emphasizing how little even war disturbs the customs of these ancient
people. Shows Hindu, French, and Chinese influences in Saigon, the
rebuilding of the Burma road, the ruins of Angkor-Wat, the fishing
industry, the production of rice, temple life, and symbolic carvings and
decorations.

SUPPORT OUR BOYS.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Support Our Boys.

SUPPORT OUR MEN IN VIETNAM.
Gift Collection
      We Supported Our Men in Vietnam, Inc. 1987. Narrator: Jack McCarthy.
      1c, 120 min., b&w, 1/2" VHS.                                      VAA 8776
Documents the "Support our Men in Vietnam" parade on Fifth Avenue, New
York City, May 13, 1967.

SURRENDER.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 25:
      Surrender. 

TAMING OF THE MEKONG.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Taming of the Mekong.

TELEVISION'S VIETNAM. (Part 1)
Copyright Collection
      Accuracy in Media. 1984. Associate Producers: W.E. Crane, and Ron
Nickell; Directors: Douglas Pike, and W.E. Crane; Narrator: Charlton
Heston.
      (c) Accuracy in Media; 26 Jun 84; PA 319-873
      1c, 58 min., color, 1/2" VHS.                                     VAA 8839
The first of a two part analysis examining alleged "journalistic errors"
recorded during the war and transmitted to the American public thereafter.
Examines media's "involvement in and effect on domestic politics" further
complicating "the turmoil that was Vietnam." Part One charges that PBS'
landmark 13-part series, VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY, is "seriously
flawed" and "contributes to historical misunderstanding," of the war.

TELEVISION'S VIETNAM. (Part 2)
Copyright Collection
      Accuracy in Media. 1984. Associate Producers: W.E. Crane, and Ron
Nickell; Directors: Douglas Pike and W.E. Crane; Narrator: Charlton
Heston.
      (c) Accuracy in Media; 26 Jun 84; PA 319-873
      1c, 58 min., color, 1/2" VHS.                                     VAA 8846
Part two of this two-part series explores in detail "media distortion"--
transmutations which "brought about our loss of the war," due to
misrepresentative images and television's inability to "handle
complexity."

TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, THE.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND
DAY
WAR.

TET.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 15: Tet.

TET.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: Tet.

THAI BASES, THE WRAPS ARE OFF.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Thai
      Bases, the Wraps Are Off.

THAILAND, COUNTERATTACK.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Thailand,
      Counterattack.

THIS IS SAIGON.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: This is Saigon.

TIMETABLE FOR VIETNAM, A.  See: CBS REPORTS: A Timetable For Vietnam.

TOWN MEETING OF THE WORLD:  Alt. title: CBS REPORTS: Town Meeting of the
      World.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Directors: Vern Diamond and Av Westin; Producer: Arthur D.
Morse; Correspondent: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; July 10, 1965.
      (c) CBS; 3 May 65; MP19314.
      2r, 60 min., b&w, 16mm.                                     FBA 8923-8924 
International statesmen discuss the situation in Vietnam via the Early
Bird satellite.

TRAIL, THE.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 10:
      The Trail.

TRIANGLE OF CONFLICT: CHINA, RUSSIA, AND THE UNITED STATES.  See: CBS
NEWS
      SPECIAL: WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY? TRIANGLE OF CONFLICT:
CHINA,
      RUSSIA, AND THE UNITED STATES.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Air Rescue: The Making of Men (Part 1).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Director: Peter Poor; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
Narrator: Richard Witkin; Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS;
January 2, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 9 Jan 66; MP16484.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6129
Shows servicemen in training for various rescue missions. Includes
parachute jumping, medical training, fire fighting, helicopter work, and
sea and underwater rescue.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Air Rescue: Vietnam (Part 2).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Director: Peter Poor; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
Narrator: Burton Benjamin; Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS;
January 9, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 9 Jan 66; MP16469.
      1r, 28 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6130
Shows rescue crews and equipment in action in Vietnam, picking up men from
the jungles and the sea, providing emergency medical assistance, and
fighting fires.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: End of an Empire.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1962. Executive. Producer: Burton Benjamin; Producer: Isaac
Kleinerman; Writer: Robert Shaplen; Telecast: CBS; April 15, 1962.
      (c) CBS; 11 Apr 62; MP12438.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 3652
Describes the history of France's loss of French Indochina to the
communists, from 1945 to the battle of Dien Bien Phu.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Guerrilla (Part 1).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1961. Director: Peter Poor, Wade Bingham; Producer: Isaac
Kleinerman; Writer: Walter Wager; Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast:
CBS; November 12, 1961.
      (c) CBS; 8 Nov 61; MP12440.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 3667
Discusses the role of American guerrillas and shows the training of these
men in the arts of guerrilla and counter-guerrilla warfare at Fort Bragg,
North Carolina.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Guerrilla (Part 2).
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1963. Director: Wade Bingham; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
Narrator: Burton Benjamin; Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS;
September, 1963.
      (c) CBS; 8 Nov 61; MP12440.
      1r, 28 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 3668
Shows the men of the American special forces as well as officers of the
Vietnamese rangers as they train Vietnamese troops in guerrilla warfare.
Describes the tactics and weapons used by the Vietnamese Communists.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: How to Fight a Guerrilla War.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Producer: Isaac Kleinerman; Narrator: Earle Luby;
Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Correspondent: Dan Rather; Telecast: CBS;
February 6, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 24 Feb 69; LP16472.
      1r, 28 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6123
Presents Great Britain's successful fight against Communist guerrillas in
Malaya. Shows how the country has gradually been won from the Communists
by the use of protected villages, anti-guerrilla troops, and extensive
economic development. Rather interviews former Malayan Defense Secretary
Sir Robert Thompson about the reasons for success in Malaya and the
problems of Vietnam.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Integration in the Military.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Director/Writer: Earle Luby; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; April 3, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 30 Mar 66; MP16480.
      1r, 28 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6122
Shows how integration has been accomplished in the military on the
battlefield, in Vietnam, at work, and in the social life of the base.
Presents the still-present problem of off-base segregation, both in Saigon
and in the United States.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Man of the Month: Dean Rusk.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Director: Peter Poor; Executive Producer: Burton Benjamin;
Producer: Isaac Kleinerman; Writer/Reporter: Marvin Kalb; Telecast: CBS;
October 31, 1965.
      (c) CBS: 27 Oct 65; MP16485.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6138
Dean Rusk discusses his concept of the role of US Secretary of State.
Includes interviews with Rusk's friends and family.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Man of the Month: Ho Chi Minh.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Producer: Isaac Kleinerman; Narrator: Bernard B. Fall;
Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; January 30, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 26 Jan 66; MP16471.
      1r, 28 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6124
Traces Ho Chi Minh's fight for an independent Vietnam from the time he
petitioned President Wilson at the Versailles Concords to conflict with
the United States. Shows Ho's image as a benevolent uncle and emphasizes
his popularity with his people.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Man of the Month: The Draftee.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Director: Peter Poor; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
Narrator: Burton Benjamin; Reporter: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; April
17, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 13 Apr 66; MP16482.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6139
Follows a draftee from the time he is selected by his draft board through
basic training. Draft board members in Topeka, Kansas, and Representative
Thomas B. Curtis of Missouri give their opinions of the current draft
system.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: P.O.W.: (Part 1) Korea. 
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1961. Producer: Burton Benjamin; Writer: S.L.A. Marshall;
Narrator: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS.
      (c) CBS; 1 Jan 61; MP10961. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 1489
Describes the controversial role of American prisoners of war in Korea
where they were unprepared by their training to cope with an enemy that
ignored the Geneva conventions and applied any pressure, including
torture, to force the prisoners to confess to such crimes as germ warfare.
Includes interviews with both collaborators and resistors.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: P.O.W.: (Part 2) The Road to Resistance. 
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1961. Producer: Burton Benjamin; Writer: S.L.A. Marshall;
Narrator: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; January 8, 1961. 
      (c) CBS; 5 Jan 61; MP10962.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 1490
Describes the controversial manner in which the Armed Forces hope to
resist modern interrogation methods. Shows a mock political interrogation
designed to familiarize the American soldier with such methods.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Taming of the Mekong.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1965. Director: Willard Van Dyke; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
Writer: Richard C. Hottelet; Narrator: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS;
March 14, 1965.
      (c) CBS; 14 Mar 65; MP15934.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5192
Describes the project of the United Nations Commission for Asia and the
Far East in which Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and South Vietnam--the four
countries of the lower Mekong River--are working cooperatively to control
and harness the power of the river.

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: The New Marine.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1961. Director: Peter Poor; Producer: Burton Benjamin; Writer:
Craig Gilbert; Narrator: Walter Cronkite; Telecast: CBS; March 12, 1961.
      (c) CBS; 9 Mar 61; LP19163.
      1r, 27 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FCA 1486
Describes the training required to become a member of a US Marine
reconnaissance company, which requires that each man be an expert
parachutist and frogman, whose mission is the clandestine gathering of
information behind enemy lines. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: Woman Doctor in Vietnam.
Copyright Collection
      CBS. 1966. Director/Writer: Earle Luby; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
Reporters: Walter Cronkite, Morley Safer, and Peter Kalischer; Telecast:
CBS; March 20, 1966.
      (c) CBS; 20 Mar 66; MP16478.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 6131
Presents Dr. Pat Smith who runs a hospital for Montagnards near Kontum,
Vietnam. Shows her treating patients and performing operations.

UN AND THE WAR, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective:
      The UN and the War. 

UNCOMMON BREED, AN.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Uncommon Breed,
An.

UNCOUNTED ENEMY, THE.  See: CBS REPORTS: The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam
      Deception.

UNCOUNTED ENEMY/UNPROVEN CONSPIRACY.  See: INSIDE STORY: #303:
UNCOUNTED
      ENEMY/UNPROVEN CONSPIRACY.

UNEASY ALLIES.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode
      8: Uneasy Allies.

UNSUNG SOLDIERS, THE.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY
WAR,
      Episode 23: The Unsung Soldiers.

VETERANS, THE INVISIBLE MEN.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Veterans,
      the Invisible Men.

VIET CONG, THE.  See: CBS REPORTS: Viet Cong, The.

VIET ROCK, PLAY OF PROTEST.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Viet Rock,
      Play of Protest.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 1: America in
Vietnam.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film.       
      1r, 60 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FDA 5683
An overview, as a one-hour preview of the series, of America's shifting
motivations and priorities in Vietnam.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 2: France in Vietnam.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7581
The French Indochina war to the eve of Dien Bien Phu.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 3: Dien Bien Phu.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7582
One of history's pivotal battles, triggering 20 years of American
involvement in Vietnam.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 4: Early Hopes.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7583
US support of President Ngo Dinh Diem and his early successes.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 5: Assassination.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7584
The assassination of Ngo Dinh Diem and an examination of Washington's
role.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 6: Days of Decision.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7585
President Johnson's war--his crucial decisions to bomb the North and to
commit American combat troops to the South.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 7: Westy's War.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7586
The United States' decision to switch from the defensive and to assume
military command of the war.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 8: Uneasy Allies.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min, b&w and color, 16mm.                                  FBB 7587
The impact of the huge American military presence on the cultural and
political life of South Vietnam.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 9: The Guerrilla
Society.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7588
An overview of North Vietnamese leadership and society, which had never
known peace.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 10: The Trail.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7589
A view of the strategically critical Ho Chi Minh Trail during the period
of  maximum communist infiltration.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 11: Firepower.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7590
A study of US military operations and tactics at the period of maximum
troop involvement.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 12: The Village War.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
       1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                FBB 7591
The tug-of-war for the hearts and minds of the South Vietnamese.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 13: Airwar.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7592
Assessment of history's most concentrated air-bombardment.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 14: Siege.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                FBB 7593 
The 77-day siege of Khe Sanh.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 15: Tet.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                FBB 7594 
The Tet Offensive as the watershed of the war.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 16: Frontline
America.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r. 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7595
The American public division over Vietnam.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 17: Soldiering On.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7596
The battlefield conditions and morale of American troops in the late
stages of the war.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 18: Changing the
Guard.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7597
Vietnamization--the US hands back the war to South Vietnam.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 19: Wanting Out.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7598
President Nixon's determination to obtain peace through pressure.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 20: The Bombing of
Hanoi.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7599
A day by day account of the December 1972 bombing of Hanoi.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 21: Peace and         
Consequences.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7600
A history of the search for peace throughout the entire period of the war.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 22: Prisoners of War.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7601
The controversy surrounding American prisoners of war in North Vietnam.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 23: The Unsung
Soldiers.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7602
The readjustment from jungle to mainstreet of 2.8 million Vietnam-era
veterans.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 24: Final Offensive.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7603
The chronology of events from the start of the communist offensive to the
domino collapse of South Vietnam's cities.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 25: Surrender.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7604
The fall of Saigon and the chain of blame in the final days.

VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 26: Vietnam Recalled.
Purchase Collection
      Bonaventure Productions/Co-produced by Informational Television
Productions Limited and Cinequity Funding, Inc., (Canada). CBC-TV. 1980.
Producer: Ian McLeod; Writer/Interviewer: Peter Arnett; Telecast:
Syndicated/various dates. (in Washington, D.C. on WTTG Metromedia in a one
hour episode and six two hour episodes, from May 24-May 30, 1982.)
      (c) 1980 TDW Copyright Holding, Ltd. no (c) reg. on film. 
      1r, 30 min., b&w and color, 16mm.                                 FBB 7605
Where they are now--post-war life and views of the key interviewees of the
TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR series.

VIETNAM.
Gift Collection
      Col. G.B. Jarrett. 1966/1967. US Department of Army.
      1r, 10 min., color, 16mm.                                         FRA 4727
Shows air-supply operations, including "The Hallmarks" squadron, tank
operations, bombing runs and USAF airfield operations. Includes scenes of
a Canadian pilot and plane joining US forces on a mission.

VIETNAM: A PLAN FOR PEACE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam: A Plan
      for Peace.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 1: Roots of A War.
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Judith Vecchione; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-572.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8741 
Despite cordial relations between American intelligence offficers and
Communist leader Ho Chi Minh in the turbulent closing months of World War
II, French and British hostility to the Vietnamese revolution laid the
groundwork for a new war.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 2: The First Vietnam War (1946-
1954).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Judith Vecchione; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-575.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                      VBC 8742
The French generals expected to defeat Ho Chi Minh's Vietminh guerrillas
easily, but after eight years of fighting and $2.5 billion in US aid, the
French lost a crucial battle at Dien Bien Phu--and their Asian empire.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 3: America's Mandarin (1954-1963).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Elizabeth Dean; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-592.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8743 
To stop the spread of Communism in Southeast Asia, America replaced France
in South Vietnam--supporting autocratic President Ngo Dinh Diem until his
own generals turned against him in a coup that brought political chaos to
Saigon.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 4: LBJ Goes to War (1964-1965).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Austin Hoyt; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-587.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8744 
With Ho Chi Minh determined to reunite Vietnam, Lyndon Baines Johnson
determined to prevent it; with South Vietnam on the verge of collapse, the
stage was set for massive escalation of the undeclared Vietnam War.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 5: America Takes Charge (1965-
1967).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Andrew Pearson; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-586.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8745 
In two years, the Johnson administration's troop build-up dispatched 1.5
million Americans to Vietnam to fight a war they found baffling, tedious,
exciting, deadly and unforgettable.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 6: America's Enemy (1954-1967).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Martin Smith; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-591.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8746 
The Vietnam War as seen from different perspectives; by Vietcong guerillas
and sympathizers; by North Vietnamese leaders; by rank and file, and by
Americans held prisoner in Hanoi.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 7: Tet, 1968.
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Austin Hoyt; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-595.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8747 
The massive enemy offensive at the Lunar New Year decimated the Vietcong
and failed to topple the Saigon government, but led to the beginning of
America's military withdrawal.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 8: Vietnamizing the War (1968-
1973).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Martin Smith; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-593.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8748 
President Nixon's program of troop pull-outs, stepped-up bombing and huge
arms shipments to Saigon changed the war, and left GI's wondering which of
them would be the last to die in Vietnam.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 9: Cambodia and Laos. 
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Martin Smith; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-594.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8749 
Despite technical neutrality, both of Vietnam's smaller neighbors were
drawn into the war, suffered massive bombing, and, in the case of
Cambodia, endured a post-war holocaust of nightmare proportions.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 10: Peace is at Hand (1968-1973).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Martin Smith; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-576.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8750 
While Americans and Vietnamese continued to clash in battle, diplomats in
Paris argued about making peace, reaching an accord that, after more than
four years, proved to be a preface to further bloodshed.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 11: Homefront USA.
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Elizabeth Dean; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-577.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8751 
Through troubled years of controversy and violence, US casualties mounted,
victory remained elusive and American opinion moved from general approval
to general dissatisfaction with the Vietnam War.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 12: The End of the Tunnel (1973-
1975).
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Elizabeth Dean; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-574.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8752 
South Vietnamese leaders believed that America would never let them go
down to defeat--a belief that died as North Vietnamese tanks smashed into
Saigon on April 30, 1975, and the long war ended with South Vietnam's
surrender.

VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. Episode 13: Legacies.
Copyright Collection
      A co-production of WGBH Boston with Central Independent Television,
UK and Antenne-2, France, in association with LRE Productions. 1983.
Producer/Writer: Richard Ellison; Telecast: Syndicated/various dates.
      (c) WGBH Educational Foundation: 15 Apr 83; PA242-573.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w sequences, 3/4".                     VBC 8753 
Vietnam is in the Soviet orbit, poorer than ever, at war on two fronts;
America's legacy includes more than a half million Asian refugees, 2.5
million Vietnam veterans, and some questions that will not go away.

VIETNAM: AN AMERICAN JOURNEY.
Copyright Collection
      Producer: Robert Richter. 1978.
      (c) Robert Richter; 1978.
      2r, 88 min., 16mm.                                           FCB 0947-0948
The first film made in Vietnam by Americans since the end of the war.
Covers the length of Highway 1, from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, in a
portrait of current civilian rehabilitation.

VIETNAM ASSIGNMENT.
Copyright Collection
      American National Red Cross. 1968.
      (c) Amercian National Red Cross; 1968; MP17665
      1r, 8 min., color, 16mm.                                          FAA 6595
Follows a Red Cross man in Vietnam as he carries out an assignment to
locate and send a serviceman to the United States in time of emergency.
Includes scenes of servicemen's clubs and a hospital ship. Shows
clubmobile girls entertaining troops unable to visit the clubs.

VIETNAM BRIEFING.
Transfer from US Navy.
      Directorate for Armed Forces Information and Education, US Department
of Defense, 1966. Hearst Metrotone News.
      (c) deposit
      1r, 19 min., b&w, 16mm.                                          FBA 6387 
A summary of military activities in Vietnam in the spring and summer of
1966. Shows Operations Orange, Lincoln, Lexington, and Crazy Horse.
Includes remarks from President Johnson's Memorial Day speech.

VIETNAM--CHRONICLE OF A WAR.  See: CBS NEWS COLLECTORS SERIES: Vietnam--
      Chronicle of a War.

VIETNAM: DEADLY DECISION, THE.  See: CBS REPORTS: Vietnam: Deadly
Decision, The.

VIETNAM EPILOGUE.
Copyright Collection
      Hearst Metrotone News, a division of the Hearst Corporation.
      (c) Hearst Metrotone News; 7 May 73; MP24144
      1r, 16 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBB 2193
A chronology of US involvement in Indochina from the fall of Dien Bien Phu
in 1954 to the cease-fire agreement in 1973.

VIETNAM: ERIC SEVAREID'S PERSONAL REPORT.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL
REPORT:
      Vietnam: Eric Sevareid's Personal Report.

VIETNAM: HOME FRONT, THE.  See: NBC NEWS SPECIAL: Vietnam: Home Front,
The.

VIETNAM MEMORIAL.
Copyright Collection
      York Productions, Inc. 1983.
      (c) York Productions; 30 May 83; PA 268-241.
      1r, 56 min., color, 16mm.                                         FDA 8597
In November 1982, 150,000 people gathered in Washington, D.C. for the
National Salute to Vietnam Veterans. This film examines the events and
emotions of the five-day tribute, culminating with the dedication of the
Vietnam Veterans' Memorial.

VIETNAM: OP/ED--AN INSIDE STORY.  See: INSIDE STORY: VIETNAM: OP. ED.     
Pt.
1&2)

VIETNAM PERSPECTIVE.
Copyright Deposit
      Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation. 1985.
Director/Producer/Writer: Dennis S. Johnson.
      (c) Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation; 26 Mar 85. 
      1r, 32 min., color, 16mm.                                         FBC 0746
Gives a chronology of foreign involvement in Southeast Asia, highlighting
America's participation in the Vietnam War. Presents footage from the
Kennedy and Johnson years, to the Nixon administration's reorientation of
US-Asian policy.

VIETNAM: THE OTHER WAR.  See: CBS REPORTS: Vietnam: The Other War.

VIETNAM: THIS WAS THE VIETNAM WAR.
Copyright Collection
      Kukler Film Productions. 1983. 
      (c) Michael A. Kukler; 3 Mar 83; PA 169-453.
      1c, 60 min., color, 1/2" VHS.                                    VAA 8001 
Scenes of the Vietnam War from 1967 to 1970. Personal, home-movie footage
of scenes of the Vietnam War, shot and narrated by Michael A. Kukler.
Footage includes segments--and Kukler's commentary--about operations of
each of the Armed Forces, Saigon, and the Hue massacre. 

VIETNAM: UNFINISHED BUSINESS.
Off-Air Collection
Taped off-air broadcast of WETA, Channel 26 in Washington, D.C. Telecast:
Syndicated; 1984.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBB 9812
Vietnam veterans and their family members discuss their attitudes
concerning the war and how their lives were changed by their war
experiences. Included are discussions of each veteran's belief that the
war would be an "adventure" which would make them mature adults, to the
disillusionment and disappointments they encountered, both on the
battlefield and upon their return home.

VIETNAM: VOICES IN OPPOSITION.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Vietnam: Voices in
      Opposition.

VIETNAM, PICKING UP THE PIECES.
Copyright Collection
      Downtown Community Television Center, Inc. 1978.
Director/Producer/Narrator: Jon Alpert; Producer: Keiko Tsuno.
      (c) Downtown Community Television Center, Inc.; 1978.
      1c, 60 min., color, 3/4".                                        VBB 8323 
Takes the viewer on a tour of Vietnam two years after the withdrawal of
American military forces. Brief interviews reveal the nation in the midst
of change. Government programs promote homesteading by the urban poor,
while former prostitutes, drug addicts and former enemies are reeducated.
Also shows reconstruction efforts on the collective farms, in schools, and
in industries.

VIETNAM RECALLED.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 26: Vietnam Recalled.

VIETNAM RECONSIDERED: A VETERAN'S PERSPECTIVE.
Copyright Collection
      Northern Light Productions. 1986. Director/Producer: Bestor Cram.
      (c) Northern Light Productions; 18 Feb 88; PA 367-336.
      1r, 15 min., color, 16mm.                                         FBC 2077
Documents a former soldier's return to Vietnam 16 years after he fought
there. The film centers on Thomas Vallely, an ex-Marine. Invited back to
Vietnam, he engaged in a diplomatic venture which ultimately brought him
face-to-face with the "enemy." The film captures their discussions and
efforts to find new common experiences with each other. Filmed in Hanoi,
Hue, DaNang and Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).

VIETNAM REQUIEM. 
Copyright Collection
      ABC and Direct Cinema Limited, Else, Couturie & Korty, Inc. 1982.
Producer/Director/Writer: Jonas McCord and Bill Couturie.
      (c) Else, Couturie & Korty, Inc; 15 Jul 82; PA 197-714.
      1c, 58 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBD 1356
Five men, each decorated for valor in Vietnam, are interviewed from prison
where they are now serving time for crimes committed since their return
from the war. Makes the case that a disproportionate number of Vietnam
veterans have wound up in prison because of war experiences.

VIETNAM--TALKING TO THE PEOPLE.
Copyright Collection
      Downtown Community Television Center. 1985. Director: Jon Alpert;
Producers: Steve Friedman, and Jon Alpert.
      (c) Downtown Community Television Center; 20 Mar 87; PA 336-855.
      1c, 120 min., color, 3/4".                                        VBE 9065
Looks at the operations at a Vietnamese prison camp; examines the Orderly
Departure Program, by which American officials interview and process the
applications of thousands of Vietnamese awaiting visas to the US. The
filmmakers revisit many individuals they had filmed just after the fall of
Saigon, and note that Vietnam cannot forget America because the mark our
country has made there is indelible.

VIETNAM TODAY: THE PROBLEMS OF PEACE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT:
      Vietnam Today: The Problems of Peace.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1966/05/01)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Garrick Utley; Telecast:
NBC; May 1, 1966.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                           VBE 3333
Report on airmobile operations in South Vietnam, focusing on how
helicopters are being utilized as troop transports, supply vehicles,
ambulances and armored weapons.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1966/07/24)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Garrick Utley; Telecast:
NBC; July 24, 1966.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                           VBE 3334
Featured is a North Vietnamese film on the air war's effect on Hanoi.
Senator John Stennis discusses Tactical Air Command losses and films
illustrate the actions of US air bases and air carriers in South Vietnam. 
Also, a report on the 20,000 US servicemen in Thailand, nearly all of whom
are involved in the air war against the North.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT: (1966/09/04) (Special Edition:) Summer War, The.
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Dean Brelis; Telecast:
NBC; September 4, 1966.
      1c, 60 min., b&w, 3/4"                                            VBE 4000
Special hour-long examination of what American troops have been
accomplishing during the summer monsoon season, centering on the military
actions they undertook. The conclusion reached is that nothing has really
changed over the summer. North Vietnamese infiltration continues;
pacification efforts are going slowly; Viet Cong guerrillas are still
active; and more Americans will go to Vietnam.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1966/10/02) Fulbright Position, The. 
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Dean Brelis; Telecast:
NBC; October 2, 1966.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                           VBE 3335
The entire program is devoted to an interview with Senator J. William
Fulbright, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a vocal
critic of US policy in Vietnam. He agreed to the interview for the
opportunity to fully state his position and he discusses his reasons for
opposing the war and what he thinks the US should do to resolve the
conflict.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1966/12/10)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1966. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Ron Nessen; Telecast:
NBC; December 10, 1966.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                          VBE 4001 
Reporter Howard Tuckner, home from Vietnam for a short while, discusses
the failure of ARVN troops to capture the Viet Cong stronghold of Long An
and the attitudes of ARVN officers toward their men. Includes interviews
with Senator Paul Douglas, Rep. Thomas Curtis and economists Walter Heller
and Alan Greenspan on the war and on the current budget crisis.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1967/01/28)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Ron Nessen; Telecast:
NBC; January 28, 1967.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                           VBE 3336
Featured are interviews with Sen. Henry Jackson and Rep. Melvin Laird on
President Johnson's budget proposals and a filmed report on South
Vietnamese Premier Ky's recent trip to Australia and New Zealand.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1967/02/18)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Bill Ryan; Telecast: NBC;
February 18, 1967.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                          VBE 3337 
A look at the end of the Tet truce and a report on the failure of peace
hopes in London where Soviet Premier Kosygin met with British Prime
Minister Harold Wilson.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1967/02/25)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Bill Ryan; Telecast: NBC;
February 25, 1967.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                           VBE 3338
Featured are reports on Operation Junction City and Operation Stone. Also
an interview with an Army lieutenant whose company sustained heavy losses
in action against the Viet Cong.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1967/03/04)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Bill Ryan; Telecast: NBC;
March 4, 1967.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                           VBE 3339
Films and analysis of Sen. Robert Kennedy's speech advocating less
military force in Vietnam and outlining a three-point plan for peace.
Commenting on Kennedy's speech are Senators John Stennis and Everett M.
Dirksen and Secretary of State Dean Rusk. Also, films of Operation
Junction City.

VIETNAM WEEKLY REPORT. (1967/03/17)
NBC Collection
      NBC. 1967. Director: Gerald Polikoff; Producer: George Murray;
Writers: Ron Steinman, Walter Littell; Narrator: Bill Ryan; Telecast: NBC;
March 17, 1967.
      1c, 30 min., b&w, 3/4".                                           VBE 3340
Featured are films of Henry Cabot Lodge in Saigon, as he prepares to leave
his post as US ambassador there; portions of President Johnson's speech in
Nashville; an interview with historian Henry Steele Commager; and of a US
Army patrol in the Delta area of South Vietnam.

VIETNAMESE DANCES.
Copyright Deposit.
      Lovina, Incorporated. 1975. Republic of Vietnam.
      (c) Lovina, Inc.; 20 Oct 80; PAu 312-814.
      1c, 90 min., color, 1/2" VHS.                                     VAA 3673
Includes the historical background, cultural significance and performance
of 14 Vietnamese dances. The dances range, in type, from the "Dance of the
Phoenix," which represents "a peaceful era" to the "Fishermen Dance" and
the "Thai Dance" which each celebrate natural phenomena, to the "Fighting
Dance of the Bahnar," which depicts the valiant fighting spirit of the
Bahnars.

VIETNAMESE JUNK NAVY, THE.
Transfer from US Navy.
      Directorate for Armed Forces Information and Education, US Department
of Defense, 1966.
      1r, 8 min., b&w, 16mm.                                            FAA 6483
Shows combined US and Vietnamese patrols along the coast of South Vietnam.
Demonstrates the training for these patrols and explains how they help
prevent North Vietnamese infiltration by sea.  

VIETNAMESE TRAINING REPORT.
Gift Collection
      From Col. G.B. Jarrett. Army Pictorial Center. 1967.
      1r, 6 min., color, 16mm.                                         FRA 4720 
A silent film compilation of Army unit footage which shows airlift, radio,
and heavy artillery operations being performed.

VIETNAMIZING THE WAR.  See: VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY: Vietnamizing
      the  War (1968-1978).      

VIEW FROM EUROPE, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: View From
Europe,
      The.

VIEW FROM HANOI, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: View from Hanoi,
The.   

VIEW FROM THAILAND, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: View from
Thailand, The.

VILLAGE WAR, THE.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR,
      Episode 12: The Village War.

VISIT TO HANOI, A.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Visit to Hanoi, A. 

VOTE FOR THE FUTURE, A.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Vote for the
Future, A.

VOTES ARE CAST, THE.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Votes are Cast,
The.

WALK TOGETHER, TALK TOGETHER.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Walk
      Together, Talk Together.

WANTING OUT.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode
      19: Wanting Out.

WAR AT HOME, THE.
Copyright Collection
      A Catalyst Films/Madison Film Company Production. 1979. Directors:
Glenn Silber and Barry Alexander Brown; Animation: George Allez, and Mike
Smith.
      (c) Catalyst Films/Madison Film Company. 1979.
      3r, 105 min., color, 16mm.                                  FCB 0322-0324 
A depiction, through newsreel and TV footage, of how racism and war
affected the town of Madison, Wisconsin, and especially students at the
University of Wisconsin, from 1963-1973. Includes interviews with many of
the principal participants in the anti-war movement in Madison. 

WAR SHADOWS.
Copyright Collection
      Jody Eisemann. 1979. Producer/Director/Writer: Jody Eisemann.
      (c) Jody Eisemann. 1979.
      1c, 25 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBC 8130
About the use and effects of Agent Orange during and after the Vietnam
War.

WARRIORS' WOMEN.
Copyright Collection
      Dorothy Tod Films. 1981. Director/Producer: Alan Dater and Dorothy
Tod.
      (c) Dorothy Tod; 22 Sep 81; PA 117-719.
      1r, 27 min., color, 16mm.FBB 9233 Examines the political and moral implications of the
war on the
wives of Vietnam veterans. Concentrates on the characteristics of/problems
resulting from Delayed Stress Syndrome and the unresolved problems,
related to war, which veterans face.

WAYNE MORSE, ADVISE AND DISSENT.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR:
Wayne
      Morse, Advise and Dissent.

WESTMORELAND ON VIETNAM.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Westmoreland on
Vietnam.

WESTY'S WAR.  See: VIETNAM 1945-1975: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode
7:
      Westy's War.

WHAT PRICE PEACE?  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: What Price Peace?)

WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME.  See: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: When Johnny
Comes
      Marching Home.

WHERE WE STAND.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE Vietnam War: Where We Stand.

WHERE WE STAND.  See: CBS REPORTS: Where We Stand.

WHERE WE STAND IN CAMBODIA.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: Where We Stand in
Cambodia.

WHERE WE STAND IN INDOCHINA.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Where We
Stand
      in Indochina.

WHICH WAY RFK? See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Which Way RFK?)

WHILE BRAVE MEN DIE...
Copyright Collection
      Newscope. 1966. Directors/Narrators: Donald C. Bruce, Fulton Lewis,
III.
      (c) Newscope; 1966; MP 15916.
      1r, 30 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 5732
Describes the increasing number of protests and demonstrations in the
United States supporting the Communist position in Vietnam. Discusses
various organizations such as the Students for a Democratic Society and
the Progressive Labor Party which are in the demonstrations, and shows
views of draft-card burning ceremonies, of a demonstration in Washington
on August 7-9, 1965, and of a march on Washington on November 27, 1965.

WHY VIETNAM and KNOW YOUR ENEMY THE VIET CONG.
opyright Collection
      SJK Productions. 1987. Producer/Writer: Charles B. Hutter.
      (c) SJK Productions; 2 Sep 87; PA 351-075.
      1c, 60 min., color with b&w segments, 1/2".                       VAA 9803
WHY VIETNAM (1965) is a Department of Defense compilation film which
"offers the official US policy for our involvement in Vietnam." KNOW YOUR
ENEMY THE VIET CONG includes an historical overview of the French, United
States and other countries' occupation of Vietnam. Utilizes captured
propaganda newsreels seized during Operation Junction City in Tay Ninh
Province by elements of the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Reports on Viet Cong
activity in South Vietnam. These two government films were combined for
home-video packaging and sales. 

WHY VIETNAM?
Exchange Collection
      US Department of Defense, 1965. Presented by the Directorate for
Armed Forces Information and Education.
      1r, 32 min., b&w, 16mm.                                           FBA 8966
This Department of Defense film "offers the official US policy for our
involvement in Vietnam." Also repackaged as part of the home video
compilation, WHY VIETNAM and KNOW YOUR ENEMY THE VIET CONG.

WHY VIETNAM? Part 1: THE ROOTS OF US INVOLVEMENT--THE ROLE OF THE
PRESS.
Copyright Collection
      Churchill Films. 1987. Director/Writer: Joe Domanick.
      (c) Churchill Films. 
      1c, 55 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBF 4593
In remarks excerpted from a conference held at the University of Southern
California, involving 80 participants--journalists and historians
including Arthur Miller, William Appleman Williams, Vietnam Veterans of
America president Robert Miller, Harrison Salisbury, David Halberstam,
Keyes Beech, Morley Safer, Frances Fitzgerald, and William Shawcross--who
trace the roots of US involvement in Vietnam, and debate the press'
influence on national attitudes about the conflict. Archival and news
visuals are interspersed with speakers' addresses, as the first program
illuminates reporters' forthright political stands against their country's
policy.

WHY VIETNAM? Part 2: THE VETERANS, THE VIETNAMESE, THE LESSONS.
Copyright Collection
      Churchill Films. 1987. Director/Writer: Joe Domanick.
      (c) Churchill Films. in process.
      1c, 40 min., color, 3/4".                                         VBF 4594
In part 2, based on a conference held at the University of Southern
California to examine the origins and consequences of US involvement in
Vietnam, war veterans and refugees speak about their insights and
experiences regarding the war. The voices of Vietnamese immigrants are
incorporated along with more reflections by some of the professional
speakers, as noted in WHY VIETNAM? Part 1. 

WING COMMAND.  See: ABC SCOPE: THE VIETNAM WAR: Wing Command. 

WINNING THE PEACE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective:
Winning the Peace.

WOMAN DOCTOR IN VIETNAM.  See: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Woman Doctor in
Vietnam.

WORLD OF CHARLIE COMPANY, THE.  See: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: World of Charlie
Company, The.

YANKS IN VIETNAM.  See: EYEWITNESS: Yanks in Vietnam.

Index

Accuracy in Media 38, 55 Acheson, Dean 23 Agency for International Development 16, 28 Agent Orange 71 Air Force 18 air rescue 18, 56 air war 61 airmobile operations 68 Ali, Muhammed 9 Alpha Company 22 American Legion 39 An Giang Province 9 Anderson, Joseph B. 19 anti-war movement 6, 7, 22, 25, 41, 47, 50, 71, 72 Arlington National Cemetery 25 art 5, 22, 37 ARVN 69 Ball, David E. 28 Ball, George W. 39, 51 Bankson, Roger 8 Baumgardner, Everett 12 Beech, Keyes 72 Binh, Madame 6 blacks 9, 19, 35, 40, 57 Bolton, Donnelly P. 23 bombing 6, 7, 15-18, 21, 22, 25, 27, 36, 39, 40, 42-47, 49, 50, 52, 54, 62, 64, 65 Bradley, Omar 23 Brooke, Edward W. 39 Brown University 18 Brown, Malcolm W. 13 Bundy, McGeorge 39 Bunker, Ellsworth 9, 40 Byrd, Robert 21, 40 Calley, William 24, 35, 40 Cambodia 7, 23-25, 29, 37, 41, 48, 50, 55, 58, 65 Canada 6, 9 Carmichael, Stokely 9, 40 Chaffee, John H. 40 Charlie Company 21, 29, 30, 35 Chatham, New Jersey 8 Chiang Kai-Shek 51 China 10, 14, 23, 27, 41, 48, 52 Church, Frank 40 CIA 21 Cioffi, Lou 14, 15, 17, 18 civilians, South Vietnamese 26, 51, 68 civilians, US 8, 12, 15, 16 Clark, Ramsey 41 Coffin, William Sloane 12 Colby, William 21 Commager, Henry Steele 70 Con Thien 10, 28 Constellation, USS 14 Cronkite, Walter 22-24, 27, 30, 33, 56-58 Curtis, Thomas B. 58, 69 dance 70 Davis, Neil 35 Davis, Peter 30, 36 de Antonio, Emile 37 Delayed Stress Syndrome 71 Denton, Jeremiah, Mrs. 7 deserters 6, 24, 25 Despujols, Jean 37 Diem, Bui 41 Dien Bien Phu 19, 36, 57, 59, 64, 67 Dirksen, Everett 70 dissenters 10, 12, 18, 25, 41, 50 Dodd, Thomas 41 Dominick, Peter H. 41 Dong, Pham Van 13 Dooley, Thomas 32 Douglas, Paul 69 Dowd, Theodore 11 draft 5, 6, 12, 17, 23, 48, 50, 58, 72 draft resisters 5, 6, 12, 50, 72 Driver, William 16 drugs 8, 68 Duncan, David Douglas 10 Durschmied, Erik 27 Eden, Anthony 27 Eisenhower, Dwight D. 23 elections, South Vietnam 6, 9, 13, 18, 23, 28, 49 elections, US 24, 44, 46, 48 Europe 12, 17, 30 F-111 10, 11 First Brigade, First Cavalry 11 Fitzgerald, Frances 72 Ford, Gerald R. 41 Fort Benning 35 Fort Bragg 57 Fort Knox 19 French Indochina 19, 25, 27, 29, 30, 37, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57, 59 Fulbright, J. William 25, 41, 42, 69 Galbraith, John Kenneth 11, 42, 43 Gates Commission 43 Gavin, James M. 22, 28, 31 Geneva Accords 27 Gober, Hershel 15 Goldberg, Arthur 28 Goldwater, Barry 43 Goodell, Charles E. 40 Goodwin, Richard 15 Greenspan, Arthur 69 guerrillas 11, 20, 33, 54, 57, 64, 69 Haeberle, Ron 35 Halberstam, David 72 Halpern, A.M. 10 Hanoi 10, 17, 25, 51, 52, 62, 65, 66, 68 Harriman, W. Averell 43 Hartke, Vance 12 Hersh, Seymour 5 Hershey, Louis B. 12 Hmong 20 Ho Chi Minh 26, 27, 36, 57, 58, 64 Ho Chi Minh City See: Saigon Ho Chi Minh Trail 61 Hoa Binh 14 Hodson, Kenneth 35 Hoff, Philip H. 40 Hong Kong 12 Hongay 52 Hue 67, 68 Hughes, Harold E. 45 Ia Drang Valley 24 Israel 13 Jackson, Henry 10 Jaffe, Sam 11, 15 Japan 51 Japan-France Military Accord 51 Johnson, Lyndon B. 6, 7, 9, 15, 18, 22, 26-28, 39, 42-47, 49, 60, 64-67, 69, 70 Kempton, Murray 13 Kennan, George 28 Kennedy, John F. 15 Kennedy, Robert F. 18, 43 Khe Sanh 61 Khoman, Thanat 16 King, Martin Luther, Jr. 9, 40 Kontum 59 Korea 41, 48, 58 Korean troops 15 Kraft, John 13 Laird, Melvin 40, 41, 43, 44 Lane, Thomas 22 Laos 20, 29, 31, 32, 34, 37, 39, 41, 42, 47, 48, 55, 58, 65 Lodge, Henry Cabot 25, 31, 44, 70 Long An 69 Long, Russell B. 44 M-16 14 Madison, Wisconsin 71 Malaya 55, 57 Malaysia 26, 30 Manila 9 Manila Conference 9 Mansfield, Mike 44, 45 Mao Tse Tsung 23 Marines, US 5, 27 Martin, Mary 50 Matsumiya Financial Mission 52 McCarthy, Eugene 5, 45 McGee, Frank 5 McGee, Gale 13 McGovern, George 10, 45 McKissick, Floyd 9, 40 McNamara, Robert 47 Mekong River 50, 58 Meredith, James H. 40 MIA's 7 Mike Company 34 Miller, Arthur 72 Miller, Robert 72 Morse, Wayne 18 Murrow, Edward R. 14 My Lai 5, 24, 35, 38, 40 National Salute to Vietnam Veterans 39, 67 Navy, US 11, 14, 24, 25 Ngo Dinh Diem 13, 33, 51, 60, 64 Ngo Dinh Nhu, Madame 33, 46 Nguyen, Cao Ky 43 Nguyen, Van Thieu 23, 31, 49 Nishihara 51 Nixon, Richard 6, 8, 22, 28, 29, 31, 42, 44, 46, 48, 62, 65, 67 North Vietnam 6, 7, 13-15, 17, 22, 27, 31, 39-45, 50, 52, 63 O'Brien, Lawrence F. 46 Olds, Robin 18 Operation Crazy Horse 66 Operation Junction City 69, 70, 72 Operation Lexington 66 Operation Lincoln 66 Operation Orange 66 Operation Stone 69 pacification program 12, 23 peace talks 18, 25, 28, 41, 43, 46, 48, 49, 65 Peacock, Douglas 50 Pentagon 8, 30 Piao, Lin 23 polls 12, 13, 26 POW's 7, 22, 30 Progressive Labor Party 72 Purcell, Robert, Mrs. 7 Reagan, Ronald 25 refugees 8, 18-21, 25, 30, 34, 36, 53, 66, 68, 72 Reischauer, Edwin O. 10 reserves 12 Resor, Stanley R. 40 Rogers, William P. 22-24, 31, 46, 48 Rolfson, John 11, 12 Romney, George 46, 47 Rostow, Walter 18, 47 Rubin, Jerry 12 Rukeyser, Louis 12, 14, 17 Rusk, Dean 27, 28, 47, 48, 51, 57, 70 Safer, Morley 5-8, 22, 23, 25, 29, 59, 72 Saigon 8, 16, 22, 25, 27, 29, 34, 49, 52, 53, 55, 57, 63-68, 70 Salisbury, Harrison 10, 27, 72 Schlesinger, Arthur 15 Schoendoerffer, Pierre 19 Seamans, Robert C., Jr. 40 Seattle, Washington 20 Senate Foreign Relations Committee 24, 25, 28, 41, 69 Sevareid, Eric 22-25, 27, 28 Seventh Fleet 21, 39 Sharp, Ulysses S. Grant, Adm. 15 Shoup, David 16 Shriver, Sargent 48 Shultz, George 48 Smith, Ralph Tyler 48 songs and music 15 South Carolina 16 South Vietnam 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 17, 23-25, 28, 31, 33, 39-42, 44, 46, 47, 49, 55, 58, 60, 62-64, 66, 68, 70, 73 Soviet Union 27, 28 Spock, Benjamin, Dr. 12, 33, 41, 48 Stennis, John 18 Stevenson, Adlai 48, 49 Stevenson, Adlai E., III 48, 49 Strategic Hamlet Program 13 students 18, 35, 71, 72, 75 Students for a Democratic Society 72 Sullivan, William H. 49 Taiwan 10 Tay Ninh Province 72 Taylor, Maxwell 11, 27, 28, 49, 51 Terry, Megan 17 Terry, Wallace 35 Tet Offensive 48, 62 Thailand 16, 17, 20, 26, 42, 52, 55, 58, 68 Thompson, Hugh 35 Thompson, Robert, Sir 11 Tonkin Gulf 5, 14 Tuchman, Barbara 13 United Nations 28, 45, 48, 50 unknown serviceman 25 Vallely, Thomas 68 Van Dong, Pham 13 Versailles Concords 58 Veteran's Administration 16 veterans 5, 8, 16, 21, 25, 29, 35, 37-39, 53, 54, 63, 66-68, 71, 72 Viet Cong 6, 13, 23, 26, 31, 33, 39, 69, 72 Viet Rock 17 Vietminh 36, 64 Vietnam Veterans Memorial 37 Vietnamization 6, 31, 40, 43, 48, 62 Wald, George 22 Walt, Lewis 27 Watson 14, 15, 17 West Point 10 Westmoreland, William C. 23, 25, 27, 29-31, 36, 38, 40, 47 Wheeler, Earle 40, 49 Wilber, Walter 7 Wilkins, Roy 40 Wilson, Harold 69 wives, service 7, 30, 50, 71 Yew, Lee Kuan 50 Young, Whitney 9, 40

Appendix 1: the Embassy of South Vietnam Collection

With the fall of the South Vietnamese government on April 30, 1975, officials at the Embassy of the former Republic of Vietnam in Washington, D.C. were left with the hurried task of closing and dismantling the embassy. In the process, 527 reels of 16mm film were given to the Library of Congress. All were produced in South Vietnam. Although some of the films were received in multiple copies, the collection is mainly comprised of unique items which fell into four categories:

  1. newsreels; the largest category, each about 10 minutes long, spanning the 1960's; about half have english-language narration.
  2. short documentaries; primarily a series entitled VIETNAM DOCUMENTARY, produced by the Freedom Films company in the mid 1950s; each about 10 minutes long.
  3. overt or "hard" propaganda; of varying lengths; mostly from the 1960s.
  4. miscellaneous/unedited/unidentified footage; about 17 items.

The collection has been fully inventoried. But because the collection is yet uncataloged, the in-house inventory of all titles in alphabetical order serves as the only access point. Because so many of the titles may exist only in the Library of Congress, they have been designated "archival prints" and as such may not be screened until viewing copies are made. At this date, about 100 of the titles are viewable.

A thorough description of the South Vietnam Collection, its contents, condition, and historical background can be found in Sarah Rouse's article, "South Vietnam's Film Legacy," in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. v. 6, no. 2 (1986), 211-222.

Ms. Rouse is a film and television cataloger in the Division. Copies of her article are kept in the Motion Picture and Television Reading Room.

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