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Green-Wood Cemetery lays claim to some of the country's most famous and infamous figures. The unlikely tourist destination ...
is being highlighted in a new exhibition. (May 13)
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Duration 1:26_________________SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York - May 2, 20131. Wide, view of the Statue of Liberty from Green-Wood Cemetery2. Wide, Wide, monument 3. Wide, Brooklyn neighborhood with Manhattan in the distance4. SOUNDBITE (English): Richard Moylan, President, Green-Wood Cemetery (transcript below)5. Close fountain 6. Wide, Cemetery7. Close, headstones with Manhattan skyline in the background8. Wide, main gate to cemetery9. Wide, statue 10. SOUNDBITE (English): Ingrid Schoener, visitor from Germany (transcript below)11. Wide, Charles Lewis Tiffany's headstone, founder of Tiffany jewelry store12. Close, Henry Chadwick's headstone, father of Baseball 13. Close, "Boss" Tweed's headstone, infamous New York politician14. Close, Bill The Butcher's headstone, inspiration for a character in "The Gangs of New York" 15. Close, Leonard Bernstein's headstone, American composure16. SOUNDBITE (English): Vicki Ploscowe, visitor (transcript below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York - May 9, 201317. Wide, cemetery exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York18. Close, map on exhibit floor19. Wide, exhibit20. Wide, aerial view of the exhibitAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York - May 2, 2013++NOTE SHOTS 21-22 has soundbite under++21. Close, civil war headstone22. Wide, civil war headstones with American flags22. Wide, cemetery23. Wide, cemetery24. Close, man and woman walking the cemetery groundsVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:BROOKLYN NEW YORK IS FAST BECOMING A TRENDY DESTINATION, BUT FOR 175 YEARS PEOPLE WERE DYING TO MOVE HERE FOR A DIFFERENT REASON. SOUNDBITE (English): Richard Moylan, President, GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY :"We were pretty much the place to be buried at the time. Irish gravitated here as did many other."THAT PLACE IS GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY LOCATED ON ALMOST 500 ACRES WITH A MILLION DOLLAR VIEW OF MANHATTAN.GREENWOOD FIRST OPENED IN 1838, AND OVER TIME THE ROLLING HILLS HAVE BECOME A LIVING MUSEUM OF SORTS.SOUNDBITE (English): Ingrid Schoener, tourist from Germany :"I'm just fascinated by cemeteries when I can get to see them."FROM THE FOUNDER OF TIFFANY'S JEWELRY STORY, TO THE FATHER OF BASEBALL, GREENWOOD HAS MORE THAN ITS SHARE OF THE FAMOUS AND INFAMOUS... INCLUDING BILL THE BUTCHER, THE INSPIRATION FOR MARTIN SCORSESE'S FILM "THE GANGS OF NEW YORK.SOUNDBITE (English): Vicki Ploscowe, visitor :" We went and visited Leonard Bernstein, Lewis Comfort Tiffany, and there are several other people here I would like to see but I just don't have the strength.... (laughs)..."TO CELEBRATE ITS MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY, GREEN-WOOD IS OPENING AN EXHIBIT AT THE MUSEUM OF the city of NEW YORK - THE HIGHLIGHT IS A MAP BUILT INTO THE FLOOR SHOWING WHERE MANY OF THE CEMETERY'S NOTABLE RESIDENTS ARE BURIED.SOUNDBITE (English): Richard Moylan, President, Green - Wood Cemetery :"The history of the country and the world can be told right through Green-Woods history."GREEN-WOOD ESTIMATES IT HAS FIVE TO TEN YEARS OF SPACE LEFT FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS, BUT YOU CAN ALWAYS VISIT THE CEMETARY FOR FREE . SIG OUT : Joseph Frederick, Associated Press, New York(****END****)