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Cheers Pub Boston

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Cheers Pub Boston

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

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.
Old State House Boston FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageUSS Constitution FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageCheers Pub Boston FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageHarvard Memorial Hall FootageMassachusetts State House FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageUSS Cassin Young FootageBoston Old City Hall FootageMassachusetts State House 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.
Close up of woman looking up at something FootageClose up of fireplace and fish on spit FootagePackages being dropped into and pulled out of sea FootagePan up from traditional building next to mirrored Hancock building skyscraper FootageMoving car traffic beside tram line FootageClose up of tram going past FootageTour guide inside boat speaking into microphone FootageWoman sitting and taking photos on tour boat FootageTour guide talking about JFK's mother's history to woman FootageThe Boston Tea Party Ship FootageZoom out from approaching tram FootageZoom in to buildings and park from tower window FootageGranary Burying Ground and Franklin obelisk FootageClose up of British flag and American flag FootageZoom out from door to whole building of John F. Kennedy National Historic Site FootageTour guide talking about JFK's parents history to woman FootageParked tour buses FootagePanning view of furniture and dining table in dining room FootageMan standing on tour boat FootageMoving car traffic beside empty tram line FootageGranary Burying Ground FootageView from sidewalk of passing cars FootageOld Town Trolley tour bus driving past FootageZoom out from Boston Tea Party museum and ship FootageOld Town Trolley tour bus driving away FootageCouple of a boat tour in Boston FootageHorace Mann statue in front of Massachusetts State House FootageClose up of goat FootagePan across Museum of Fine Arts front FootageView from tour boat of financial district FootageShot of Citgo sign over busy roads FootageBoston Park Footage

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Boston, USA

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