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  • Owner: NBC News
  • Clip Name: 5115747755_s08
  • Date: 7/15/04
  • Title: Today's Style: Fashion Bus
  • Production Unit: TDY
  • Media Type: AS
  • Media ID: NY-TDY-20040716-0001
  • Ardome ID: 1100100612207457022
  • Hit Time: 09:14:58
  • NA
  • Duration: 00:04:09;00
  • Location: London, England
  • Era: 2000s
  • Short Description: Today's Style: Fashion Bus
  • Long Description:
    Al Roker visits the fashion bus in London, England

    9:14:58 (ej= 4:09)
    EXT DAY LONDON, ENGLAND
    BRIEF CUTS: Vehicles and storefronts.

    INT
    MS: Designer Barry Laden looking at clothing on a rack.

    EXT DAY
    MS: A storefront with a sign that reads, "The Barry Laden Showroom."
    BREIF CUTS: A bus driving on the street.
    MS: NBC News' Al Roker and Laden walking towards the bus.

    INT
    MS: Roker and Laden walking on the bus.

    EXT DAY
    LOW WS: The bus driving over a bridge.

    INT
    REAR MS: A woman looking at clothing on a rack.

    INT
    MS: A woman driving a bus.

    EXT DAY
    WS: A bus driving on the road.

    INT
    MS: In interview, Laden says, (partially in VO) "It's just one of those crazy moments when I really wanted to being the fashion to the people because we had one store and we had people calling and e-mailing asking, can you come to our town and we are not able to open stores all over the place so I thought let's convert to bus."
    MS: Women walking up a staircase.
    MS: In interview with Roker, Laden says, "Absolutely right, we're just moving today to keep you on your toes."

    EXT DAY
    BRIEF CUTS: The bus driving though the streets.

    INT
    MS: In interview with Roker, Laden says, (partially in VO) "I think so. I thought if it's going to be a bus and it's going to be the London fashion bus it has to be a double-decker bus. Plus you can get a lot on a double-decker bus. Floor space?"
    MS: A woman looking at herself in a mirror.
    MS: In interview with Roker, Laden says, (partially in VO) "?Change your clothes, anything. We could even live on the bus."

    EXT DAY
    LOW WS: The bus driving across London Bridge.

    INT
    MS: In interview with Roker, Laden says, "The first time we traveled over south bridge to go somewhere, there were loads of tourists and they started photographing the bus instead of the tower so I knew that we were doing something right."

    EXT DAY
    MS: People walking on the street.

    INT
    MS: A woman driving a bus.
    MS: Seen from the interior of the bus, the road.
    MS: Roker yelling inside the bus.
    MS: Seen from inside the bus, cars ont eh road.

    EXT DAY
    MS: In interview with Roker, Laden says, "It takes a little bit of time because you can imagine that people are not used to getting onto a bus to do their shopping. In fact there were a couple of old ladies who got on and asked, 'Is this the number 73?'"

    INT
    BRIEF CUTS: Clothing and advertisements.
    MS: A woman trying on a hat.

    EXT DAY
    MS: People lined up outside of the bus.
    MS: in interview with Roker, an unidentified woman says, "Yes. Once."
    MS: in interview with Roker, an unidentified woman says, "Yes I have. I think it's great."
    MS: Roker says, "Cheerio."

    INT
    BRIEF CUTS: Women looking at and trying on clothing.

    EXT DAY
    MS: Panning shot from Roker speaking to people on the street, a woman hides her face.

    INT
    MS: In interview, a voice off camera says, "To be honest it's just nice to get clothes that you know are just a little bit different and that you know everybody won't be wearing them.

    EXT DAY
    MS: In interview, an unidentified woman says, "I've never shopped on a bus before in my life. I don't think many people have. I have yes. Never. No. I don't think I've ever paid money on a bus other than to pay the driver.

    INT
    MS: Roker speaking to an unidentified man.
    MS: Roker reporting on camera.

    EXT DAY
    MS: An unidentified woman modeling a jacket and Roker dancing.

    INT
    BRIEF CUTS: People looking at clothing, clothing and people trying on clothing.
    BRIEF CUTS: Roker trying on clothing.

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