Hurricane Janet hits Mexico. An officer loads relief material on a United States Navy HUP 2 helicopter. People on top of a Mexican hut submerged in water. A portion of the city of Tampico. The helicopter parked in a street as many Mexicans gather around it.
Hurricane Janet hits Tampico, Mexico. Mexican men unload C rations boxes from a helicopter. People grouped around United States Navy HUP 2 helicopters. People stand against a truck as they wave. People loaded on a truck in the background. A flooded village with submerged houses. A partly flooded roadway. Cows and horses stranded on a patch of high ground. Stacks of inundated small factories protrude from the water.
A documentry 'The Story of a Mexican Gusher' visualizes different stages in oil production in Mexico. A political map of Mexico shows Tampico and the distance between Tampico and New Orleans. Men cut through jungles, cross rivers and make roads to bring equipment into the Mexican oil region. Men cut trees in a jungle using machetes and axes. Men at work in an open area. Smoke rises in the background. A barge goes across a river. A jeep on a road built in a jungle. An oil company's railroad. Men work on the company pipeline near the railroad. A camp hospital in a jungle clearing to the south of the Panuco River. Cable tool method of drilling is practiced. Men do 'spudding in' by drilling a hole. Machinery in operation. After the spudding in a cable is 'hitched on' to a 'walking beam'. Men lower a casing at Ebano to drill out oil. A derrick.
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.
Hurricane Janet hits Mexico. An officer loads gear aboard a United States Navy HUP 2 helicopter. The cockpit of the helicopter as it is in flight. On the flight deck of United States ship Saipan, several people stand near the HUP 2 helicopter. The helicopter takes off. A sunset in the background with men on the flight deck of Saipan. Saipan underway at sea as a HUP 2 helicopter goes in for landing on its deck. A jetty extends from the mainland. Sunken ship next to the jetty.
Opening scene shows U.S. President Ronald Reagan holding a little girl, and then standing with officials and Secret Service agents, as he prepares to enter a car. Closeup of him smiling. Closeup of President Reagan signing his autograph for spectators in a crowd. Next, Reagan and his wife Nancy are seen on November 4, 1980 waving to supporters at the Century Plaza Hotel, celebrating his election victory as the 40th U.S. President. The President elect says a few words of thanks to them. Views of the crowd cheering. Adopted son, Michael Reagan holds his son Cameron as he and his wife, Colleen Reagan, join Ronald and Nancy Reagan on the stage, followed by daughter Patricia Reagan and son Ron Reagan. The crowd cheers the President elect and his family. At this point the film begins showing images about Ronald Regan's life, starting with baby pictures; his parents; Tampico, Illinois, where he was born; Dixon, where he is seen in a school picture and with boyhood friends. A photograph of "Dutch" Reagan President of his High School Class. Reagan in photo with other members of the Eureka College football team, in Eureka, Illinois. The seal of the college. Pictures of Reagan with college classmates and teammates. Reagan posing in bathing suit when he was swimming team coach. Young Reagan, after graduation, as a sports announcer, sitting at a microphone labeled: "WHO" in Davenport, Iowa. The broadcasting tower of that radio station. A Track and field event taking place. Reagan posing with a pipe in his mouth, at the WHO radio station in Des Moines, Iowa. A baseball game in progress before a full stadium of spectators. In 1937, a Chicago baseball team is seen boarding a ship to a Spring training camp in California. (Narrator states Reagan accompanied them.) Aerial view of buildings at the First National Studios (home of Warner Brothers) in Hollywood. Ronald and Nancy Reagan, circa 1952, being applauded at a gathering when he was President of the Screen Actors Guild. Views of Reagan in U.S. Army uniform. A U.S. Army C-47 aircraft taking off from a field under attack, with fires burning and smoke rising (possibly during Japanese December 7, 1941 attack on installations in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii). U.S. Airmen standing on a ramp next to a Douglas C-47B-1-DL transport aircraft (tail number: 43-16145). What appears to be a ViP version of a B-50 aircraft parked on a ramp with an honor guard at the stairway. Ronald Reagan, in uniform, signing up for active duty. Later, Captain Reagan, U.S. Army Air Forces, is seen with other uniformed men at a gathering in Warner Brothers studios. The entrance of Paramount Pictures studios in Hollywood. A large group of studio employees walking between buildings. Reagan speaking, as President, of the Screen Actors Guild, at an outdoor gathering. Actor Robert Young and film industry executives stand nearby. Reagan, as Chairman of the Motion Picture Industry Council, addresses a dinner gathering of that organization. He is also seen testifying before he House Committee on Un-American activities Committee (HUAC) on October 23, 1947.