Rick Moulton's folder on Nora_Raid6 is 150.91 gigs. It contains a mixture of old footage that Rick shot for his Aiken film, Vermont's George Aiken, and new footage that Peter Kent shot for him for the Vermont Movie, and footage that Nora Jacobson shot of Rick and his parents, for the Vermont Movie. The Aiken footage (recycled for The Vermont Movie) includes interviews with Rutland Herald editor Bill Porter, Frank Bryan, Charlie Morrissey (US legislature historian?), Don Richie, Jim Jeffords on the floor of the US Senate, Greg Sanford, Pierce's store in Shrewsbury, Helen Thomas,, Mallory, archival footage from the 1950s of Rutland, Vermont landscape and farmers. Also the complete Aiken film, as dv. The footage shot for The Vermont Movie includes Jeffords' aide Susan Boardman, and a few stills.Also contains a final cut pro project.
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