Richard Nixon speaking to Congress in Washington, D.C., after his trip to Moscow. Eliot Richardson, Tip O'Neill, John Mitchell, Thomas Eagleton, Walter Mondale, Edward Muskie, Hubert Humphrey, and Ted Kennedy are sitting in the chambers along with unidentified congressmen and reporters.
Andy Russell and Eileen Barton standing in front of a stage curtain. Russell is holding a microphone and looking forward with a loving expression. Barton is holding Russell's suit jacket with one hand and raising a fist in the air while looking forward with a surprised expression.
Leon Jordan with an unidentified man and woman standing on a wooden walkway somewhere in Europe. A stall with corrugated roofing is behind the mon the walkway. Leon is holding a jacket under his arm and is blowing smoke.
Danny Kaye performing with a band featuring Benny Goodman playing clarinet, Tommy Dorsey playing trombone, Charlie Barnet playing saxophone, Louis Armstrong playing trumpet and Lionel Hampton playing vibraphone in a still shot from the film "A Song Is Born" Kaye is holding one arm up and smiling.