Street riots in British Colony, Aden, South Arabia. Buildings in the city. Students protest in a violent rally. Policeman watches them. Students carry banners written in Arabic language. Policeman fires snow bomb and tear gas. Protesters run on streets. Policemen run with rifles. Five protesters go on street.
Welcome preparations for King Faisal ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia in Washington DC. A man puts up flags of Saudi Arabia and the United States. Two men paste posters of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson and King Faisal. A military band plays. Allied flags in the background. U.S. Marine honor guard on the south lawn of White House. View from inside a helicopter over the Ellipse, with White House visible, ahead. U.S. Army trumpeters line the balcony of White House and trumpet fanfare as King Faisal's car arrives at the White House. A drum roll sounds as he steps from his car. The King shakes hands with the President, who stands at edge of drive to personally greet him. The President escorts King Faisal along a red carpet to a stage on the south lawn of the White House. The military band plays. The soldiers salute. President Johnson speaks into a microphone and greets King Faisal with traditional greeting in Arabic. He then talks about U.S. relations with Saudi Arabia. People applaud after the welcome speech. King Faisal replies and expresses gratitude. Scenes of a welcoming parade in the streets of Washington, DC. A sign reads 'His Majesty King Faisal'. U.S. soldiers march and a band plays. People line sidewalks to see and to welcome the King. Military units parade. The King rides in a limousine with two Secret Service Agents standing on the rear of the car. He arrives at Blair House, directly across from the Old Executive Office Building and adjoining White House. . He is greeted an official from the City who presents him the "keys to the City."
Several highlights from the 1967 Senior Bowl football game. A crowd fills the sold-out Ladd Peebles Stadium, in Mobile Alabama, for the Senior Bowl game, matching all star football players from the North and the South. Oregon State's Bob Grim is seen running the ball to pick up 25 yards. North's Quarterback hits Iowa State's Eppie Barney for a touchdown, with 1:13 remaining in the 3rd period. South quarterback Terry Southal, of Baylor, passes to Louisiana State's Dick Redding for a touchdown at the 13:12 mark of the 4th quarter. North's Bob Grim takes handoff and runs from the 40 yard line until pushed out of bounds at the South's 15 yard line. Nebraska's Harry Wilson runs the ball for a touchdown in the 4th Quarter. North beats the South 35 to 15.
(Note:The final North tally came at the very end of the game with a pass from BYU's Virgil Carter to Nebraska's Pete Tatman. Bubba Smith of Mich. State was a monster on Defense and won the MVP award.)
King Faisal ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia during a visit to Washington DC. View of the White House with Army trumpeters lining the balcony and other welcoming personnel in place. King Faisal's motorcade enters the White house drive. The king steps from his car and is greeted by President Johnson. Secretary of State, Dean Rusk is also seen. President Johnson escorts King Faisal to a podium on the South Lawn, where they and Secretary Rusk, with several other officials, stand for formal welcoming ceremony. The trumpeters on the White House balcony sound a fanfare. Crowd is seen lining the White House driveway. U.S. soldiers, from the Old Guard, begin firing a 21 gun salute with field artillery guns. The Saudi flag is seen. President Johnson and King Faisal review formations of U.S. military personnel, drawn up on the south lawn. They are guided by an officer from the Old Guard.
A Formal State Dinner for King Faisal of Saudi Arabia during his visit to Washington DC. An honor guard of U.S. Marines lines the driveway of the the White House. Each Marine, in succession, presents arms, as the King's limousine proceeds slowly up the drive to the mansion. President Johnson, in white dinner jacket, greets King Faisal as he steps from his car. Inside, a Color Guard precedes the President and the King, as they make their way into the dining room. Entertainment follows the dinner, on the South lawn. A band plays. The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps, performs, in Colonial uniform. The sky is lit up with fireworks. Guests applaud from the South Portico of the White House.
Opening scene shows a man being roughed up by a group of men in an alleyway. A slate comments (in French) that when nations are bellicose, an assassination can cause a world war. Next, a slate shows picture of the world and states (in English) "One murder may start a world war." Another slate (in French) states that In 1914, while Europe's armies and fleets were more powerful than they had ever been, the nephew of the Emperor of Austria (Archduke Ferdinand) was assassinated. A front page is shown of newspaper, "Journal De Geneve" carrying the story. Next scene is a view of the city of Sarajevo. The ancient Emperor's Mosque dominates the scene. A slate appears asking Where is Sarajevo? It is followed by a map of Europe in 1914, which zooms in on Austria and Serbia and identifies and labels Sarajevo,in Austria, close to the Serbian border. Slates (in French) says Austria accused Serbia of War and other nations enter the melee. Animated World map shows the nations getting involved, starting with the German Empire in 1914, including its African colonies, and then successively showing Russia, France, Belgium,Great Britain, Japan, and the Ottoman Empire. Map advances to 1915, showing the Italian empire, Bulgaria,and Central Arabia. In 1916 it adds Portugal, Roumania. Next, the U.S.A. is added in, 1917, along with Central and South America, Greece, Siam, and China. Finally, the slate shows the war ending in 1918. Slate shows Armistice Day, the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th Month (November), with time shown on hands of Big Ben in London.