(Example drawing from Diners: America’s Roadside Attractions, Dec 20, 2001 by Fred Lacey)
|FADE UP EXT DINER
|MUSIC UP Buddy Holly ("Peggy Sue")|
|INT DINER CU PIES under glass||MUSIC PLAYS along with NAT SOUND|
| Counter - tilt up to MS
Waitress delivering milkshake.
CU CUSTOMER #1 in booth eating dinner - looks up
|MS DOLLY DOWN AISLE (camera passes customers in both booths)|| MUSIC & NAT SOUND UNDER NARRATOR
V.O.: Maggie’s diner, just off the New York turnpike has been serving up burgers and shakes since 1930.
|TRACKING SHOT MS WAITRESS with tray|| Maggie’s Diner hasn’t changed much in the 70 years it’s been Open.
Customers can still get friendly service,
|CAMERA FOLLOWS TRAY as she sets it down in front of a customer.||good food, and an atmosphere that takes us back to a time of innocence and youth.|
|MS WAITRESS scooping ice cream. CU MILKSHAKE MACHINE||CHUCK HAINES VO: I remember when I was eight years old, having my first milkshake.|
|CU CHUCK HAINES||I was sitting right over at that counter. I took one taste and I thought I’d died and gone to Heaven.|
|FADE TO BLACK||
|FADE UP MS SMILING WOMAN in passenger seat (b&w 1940s Ford car commercial)||MUSIC UP (1940s "Two Lovebirds")|
|MS MAN DRIVING (from same Commercial)||NARRATOR V.O.: Early in the 20th century, America began a love affair that still burns today.|
|TRACKING SHOT CAR with couple||America fell in love with the automobile.|