The Pendleton Round-Up, a rodeo in Pendleton, Oregon. Grand entry parade and Indians in tribal regalia. Spectators sitting in the stadium. In bucking contest, horse riders come out from the chute and perform on ground. Cattle come out from chute. Several riders fall down on the ground from the cattle.
The Pendleton Round Up rodeo in Pendleton, Oregon. Men dressed as Native American Indians in colorful headgear ride on horses at the rodeo. Men ride horses as one of them falls from a horseback. A bull hits a contestant. The contestant on the ground. The bull hits another contestant.
Pendleton round-up rodeo in Pendleton, Oregon. Native American Indian horse riders takes a round of the track in native dresses. Native American Indians walk on track. Cow boys during bareback riding. Cowboys during bull riding. They fall and bulls run over them. Audience watch from stands. Man falls from a bull and bull runs around the ground.
Native American Indian dancers including some youth perform at a 3 day Jamboree and rodeo event in Pendleton , Oregon. Native American Indian men and women arrive on horseback at Pendleton Rodeo. They are dressed in traditional Indian regalia. Crowd cheers in stand as rodeo is underway. Cowboys ride bucking horses. Cowboy Joe Chase emerges from stable 3 riding famous horse named War Paint. Chase falls to the ground, "tossed like salad" in the words of the narrator. A cowboy jumps from a horse to a bull and wrestles the bull to the ground.
World War II scenes of German Stuka dive bombers in operation. U.S. B-25 bomber in flight, and views of firestorms from Allied incendiary bombing of Axis targets. Scenes of the "Operation Firestop" project in 1954-55, in California. U.S. Forest Service and other agencies cooperate in a one-year project headquartered at Camp Pendleton, California. Aerial views of Camp Pendleton area, in Southern California. A modified Grumman TBM Avenger torpedo bomber in flight discharges water from its torpedo bays. Men installing fabric water container into the bomb bay of the TBM. The aircraft seen in low level pass, dropping water contents onto field. Cropduster pilot Floyd Nolta, seen flying his Stearman biplane over California landscape, and then taxiing in to park, after landing. On the ground, we see how he modified his airplane to release water from a hopper in its bottom. On August 13, Vance Nolta flies the Stearman on multiple sorties, dropping water on a fire in the Mendecino Forest. Nolta filling his water tank from a hose at Willow Airport, and dropping water from the air, above the fire. View at Willow Airport, of 7 Stearman and N3N airplanes modified for aerial firefighting. Views of these aircraft dropping chemically treated water from the air. TBM aircraft equipped with 400 gallon tanks drop water from the air. PBY flying boat seen in flight. A B-26 bomber passing low and dropping chemically treated water. A Navy Mars flying boat passing overhead as it drops water from a 7000 gallon tank.
Circa-1990 aerial flyover of Disneyland, in Anaheim, California, followed by brief vintage footage of Walt Disney in an office in 1955, introducing Disneyland and showing a giant map of the theme park on his wall. Shots of July 1955 opening ceremony are presented along with shots of the Disneyland 35th anniversary celebration. Ronald Reagan is seen at both events. President Ronald Reagan in 1990 seen congratulating the park on it anniversary. Then a flashback shot to 1955, with actor Ronald Reagan leaning over a balcony of Main Street in Disneyland and talking about the opening celebration. Cutting back to 1990, Roy E. Disney is seen unveiling a plaque at the anniversary celebration. Scene shifts back to 1955, with Walt Disney welcoming visitors to Disneyland during its opening celebration, and a view of a plaque unveiled at the park's opening. In 1990 footage, Roy Disney notes that no one except Walt could have predicted the success of Disneyland. Views of visitors at contemporary Disneyland enjoying a teacup ride and on the Splash Mountain log flume ride, followed by scenes with colored confetti falling at the 35th anniversary celebration.