Dirty Harry Premiere in San Francisco
Scenes from the benefit world movie premiere of Dirty Harry at Loews Theater in San Francisco, on December 22nd 1971. There are views of crowds cheering in the rain as guests arrive (including Mayor Joseph Alioto) and the film's star Clint Eastwood is seen being interviewed on a podium outside by KPIX's Rolfe Peterson. Also features members of the Progressive Labor Party protesting against the film, one of whom is carrying a sign which reads: "Cops are no pals to Clarence Johnson." Ends with Peterson listing a few of the dignitaries who showed up despite bad weather, before wrapping up the story.
Note: the source for this mp4 screener was upgraded in July 2018. From a 2K film transfer (2048 x1556) which used Digital Ice software and scratch removal to improve the picture quality obtained from the original 16mm positive film print.
- Type of material
- archival news film
- 16mm color magnetic sound film
- Rights for this video belong to
- CBS5 KPIX-TV
- Date aired
- Originally aired on
- KPIX Eye on the Bay News
- KPIX 107090-2K