Scenes following the death of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Close up views of two shot guns, 2 machine rifles, 10 automatic pistols found inside Clyde Barrow's car. Bonnie Parker's vanity box with feminine make-up items. Various license plates from different states found in the car. Scene on streets of Arcadia Louisiana, with a crowd gathered in front of the combination Furniture store and Undertaker company where the bodies of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were taken.
Retribution of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Initial part of clip is reenactment showing two of the posse members, Bob Alcorn and Ted Hinton, shooting Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker. Bob Alcorn and Ted Hinton hide in bushes and wait for the couple's car. They open fire on the car with Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker in it. Actual footage follows of the bodies of Bonnie and Clyde inside the car. Bullet holes in the car. View of two sawed off shot guns, 2 Machine rifles, 10 automatic pistols found in the back of Clyde Barrow's car. Close up view of bullet holes in windshield and door of car.
Funerals of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker. Dallas County Sheriff Smoot Schmidt seated at desk. He introduces his deputies, Ted Hinton and Bob Alcorn who were members of the posse that killed Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker. They give a brief account of the killing that took place in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Crowd enter the church to take a look at Clyde Barrow's body at his funeral. Clyde Barrow being buried at Western Heights Cemetery and Bonnie Parker in the Crown Hill Memorial Park in Dallas, Texas. Clyde Barrow's family present during Bonnie Parker's burial.
A film titled 'New Orleans' about the city of New Orleans in the United States. A boat in a swamp. A portrait of Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville (Sieur de Bienville), the founder of New Orleans. Aerial view of the city and the Mississippi River.
The city of New Orleans in the United States. View of levees and homes. Rowboats in a canal. Construction workers work on building a ship canal. A crane picks up beams, scaffolding and shoring on the side of an excavation. Boats at a dock. A sign reads 'Bienville Street landing'.
Church choir members in white robes line the sidewalk and enter St. Thomas' Parish Episcopal Church, located at 1772 Church Street, NW, in the Dupont Circle area of Washington, D.C. The President and First Lady are seen arriving in the President's 1937 Packard seven-passenger parade touring car, accompanied by several Secret Service agents, walking beside the car and others riding in a car behind. People gather along the sidewalks to get a glimpse of President and Mrs. Roosevelt. Policemen maintain cordons in front of the sightseers. The Presidential motorcade drives up to an awning-covered side entrance of the stone church. Views of the building in the background. Following the worship service, President Roosevelt poses alongside two clergy from the church (one of whom may be Howard Sargent Wilkinson called as Rector of St Thomas Parish in 1936). Mrs. Roosevelt is seen behind in a fur coat. The President uses a cane to steady himself. Later the presidential open car departs (bearing license plate with number 101). It is followed by another car carrying Secret Service agents, bearing license plate reading: "USSS" for U.S. Secret Service. (Note: The Sanctuary building of St. Thomas' Parish Church was destroyed by fire, believed to be result of arson, in 1970.)