Associated Press Earning a Living the Hard Way
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One wirephoto released by Associated Press date August 7, 1963. Shows a biplane flying low to the ground towards a building as people flee. The embedded press release states that Frank Tallman, a stunt pilot, is skimming the top of the factory for the opening scenes of a movie entitled "The Carpetbaggers." The extras in the foreground scatter in a scene where the tycoon, played by George Peppard, plays a trick on his workers.
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