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Cheers Pub Boston

1920x1080 @ 25fps | .mov | 158.2MB | PHOTOJPEG

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Cheers Pub Boston

Available in

24FPSitem11801390 25FPSitem11801570 and 30FPSitem11801475

There is also a closer shot of the sign available in:
24FPSitem11801669 25FPSitem11802181 and 30FPSitem11801937


This is part of a small collection of material shot around Boston in July 2012

As far as possible we have shot material 3 times in 24,25 and 30 Frames per second to give maximum compatibility with TV standards around the World.
Boston Tea Party Ship FootageOld State House Boston FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageUSS Constitution FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageCheers Pub Boston FootageHarvard Memorial Hall FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageMassachusetts State House FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageUSS Cassin Young FootageMassachusetts State House FootageBoston Old City Hall FootageCheers Pub Boston FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageUSS Cassin Young FootageHarvard Memorial Hall FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageBoston Old City Hall FootageMassachusetts State House FootageBoston Old City Hall FootageOld State House Boston FootageHarvard Memorial Hall FootageUSS Cassin Young FootageUSS Constitution FootageOld State House Boston FootageCheers Pub Boston Footage

There is also a small selection of NTSC SD material shot in 1991 if you are looking for archive material.
People sitting together eating and talking FootageTown hall and courthouse FootageView of bottom of boat moving through water FootagePaul Revere statue and Old North Church FootageClose up of fireplace and fish on spit FootagePeople on tour boat looking at city and listening to tour guide FootageClose up of tram going past FootageWoman leaning against boat railing FootageTour guide inside boat speaking into microphone FootageTour guide talking about JFK's mother's history to woman FootageClose up of British flag and American flag FootageZoom out from sign of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library to full building FootageBrush Hill sightseeing bus passing over bridge FootageView of a quiet street FootageFront of Massachusetts State House FootageParked tour buses FootagePanning view of furniture and dining table in dining room FootageZoom out from George Washington statue FootageZoom out from Museum of Fine Arts FootageLittle boy and woman in costume at farm FootageClose ups of photographs of JFK's family FootageTour group on tour boat FootageClose up of toys next to street stall and zoom out FootageZoom out from Hancock building skyscraper next to historic building FootageZoom out from Boston Tea Party museum and ship FootageZoom in to historical Boston Tea Party tour ship FootageTour group standing on tour boat looking into Boston Navy Yard FootageBoston State House out zoom out from high angle FootageClose up of woman shopping at street stall FootageClose up of goat FootagePan across Museum of Fine Arts front FootageWoman in costume in historic reconstruction Footage

Additional Information

Clip Duration:
00:00:10
Aspect Ratio:
16:9
Looping:
No
ID:
11801570
Editorial Only
Alpha Matte:
No
Alpha Channel:
No
Model Released:
No
Property Released:
No
Location:
Boston, USA

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Keywords

2010s, Bar, Beacon Hill, Boston, Bull and Finch, Cheers, Cheers Bar, Cheers Beacon Hill, Cheers Boston, Cheers Pub, Massachusetts, Pub, TV Show, Television Show, Tourism, Tourist Attraction, color, natural lighting

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