Backes says that the image on the left is from a film, that it's a frame from the film, but this is just getting weirder and weirder.
How'd the frame on the right get so much shadow? It looks to me like it was deliberately faked-in, which is easy enough to do. I guess they didn't want us to get too good a look at Lovelady. And why did Lovelady stand next to the west column on a low step when Doorman was standing on the top level in the center of the doorway? What, did he forget where he was? And what's the deal with taking a picture of somebody taking his picture?
Now let's take a close look of that guy in the sun.
So, let me get this straight. You're saying that guy was this guy?
Are you sure? Do you really want to go with that?
And what about these two?
You really think they are the same guy? But wait: let's compare him to the black and white version.
How come the black and white image on the right is so much better quality? So much clearer and crisper and sharper and more in focus? Backes provided the frame on the left, and it stinks. If that's the quality of the film, how was the much better image on the right derived? How could they make something so good from something so bad? Is there a better version of the color frame on the left somewhere?
The whole Lovelady situation with CBS is looking and smelling even worse than before. It's a stinking cesspool.