Shows group of unidentified objects in the sky. A group of about ten to twelve UFOs. Objects proceed in westerly direction.
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.
Turkey's ambassador to the UN, Salim Sarper, strikes a gavel, while seated at the delegate's table of the UN Security Council in New York, United States. Israeli delegate, Abba Eban is seen chatting with others. Abba Eban with British UN delegate, Sir Pierson Dixon, to his left. Scene of council room.
On Utah and Mormonism (LDS or Latter Day Saints). Dramatization of the Mormon migration, showing large wagon train crossing prairies and wagons, horses, and cowboys crossing a river; scenes of snow covered mountains as people continue westward; view of people overlooking Salt Lake City valley. Mormon people farming, locust attack on farms and people massed together beating down locusts with shovels. Depiction of seagulls arriving in mass to destroy the locusts. Elevated view of Salt Lake City including Mormon Temple, Temple Square, and Utah State Capitol building in the mid 1940s. View of Fort Douglas building in Utah. Sign on board reads 'Separation Center Fort Douglas'. U.S. Army soldier at the separation center in Fort Douglas after his return from duty in World War 2. Army corporal receives a certificate that reads 'United States Army Honorable Discharge'. U.S. Army Corporal with his wife.
Views of various structures and objects after being exposed to atomic explosive test shot "Apple 2" during U.S. Army Exercise Desert Rock VI. A wooden frame house splintered by the blast. A low concrete structure, relatively intact. An overturned Army vehicle. An unsheltered low-wing monoplane, number NG 489851, with skin stripped from its horizontal stabilizer and wing tips. A P-47 aircraft appearing relatively intact. A badly damaged two-wheel trailer. A relatively unscathed auxiliary power unit on a stabilized trailer. Vehicles reduced to rubble. Radar unit and accompanying truck and power unit, seemingly OK, but dish antenna may be damaged. Three soldiers stand around an M2HB heavy machine gun knocked from its stand. A B-29 bomber sits on a ramp with a sign in front of it warning of radiation. A ground crewman sprays the bomber down with a pressure hose to decontaminate it by washing off radioactive particles. A soldier rides a jeep out to check radiation readings on a vehicle that had been exposed. Troops walk back from ground zero and undergo personal cleaning with brooms and checks by geiger counters. A soldier being checked, including his boots. Soldiers sweeping dust from M48 tanks used in the exercise. A soldier being "interviewed" by another, about means of coping with atomic weapons on the battlefield. A formation of soldiers marching, led by one carrying a Corps of Engineers Guidon with the number 14 on it.
[Note: According to the U.S. Department of State, Office of the Historian, from February 18 to May 15, 1955, the United States conducted Operation Teapot, a nuclear test series at Yucca Flat and Frenchman Flat on the Nevada Test Site in the continental United States. During the test period 14 nuclear shots and 1 non-nuclear shot were detonated. Several thousand scientific, military (army, air force, navy, marines), and civilian contract personnel participated in the organization, planning, and execution of the test series. Military exercises undertaken during and following the shots took place under the name Desert Rock 6.]