Thanks to Rob
First the " blue plane" video that I have talked about a lot here is not some obscure video from some documentary. This video was one of the very early clips of the second plane, shown by CNN and CBS. The very striking deviation of the plane approach to the tower from other videos is therefore all the MORE striking.
I remember on the day of 9/11, watching CNN, and they played a clip of the 2nd hit over and over, and I was never quite sure which clip it was. But now I am fairly sure it was the "blue plane" clip. It IS very captivating video, showing the incoming plane very dramatically, with a great view of the ensuing explosion.
The blue plane video must have been taken from a helicopter from the angle, and this brings up another interesting point. ALL the early news footage of the second plane is from helicopters; I think there are four major 2nd hit clips that were shot from helicopters. Somewhat oddly though, none of these helicopters were got footage from the south of the WTC, and thus none of them got footage showing the plane directly stirke the building. The clips of the plane going into the building only showed up later-- such as Evan Fairbanks' video.
Interestingly, the clip of the guy in the street saying no plane hit the building, it was a bomb, was in this first 30 minutes. Actually, that makes sense as there was so much chaos early on, and the news wasn't as tightly controlled as it was later, no doubt.
Most amusing was the segment from the Pentagon, where they were saying "there's three different versions of what happened at the Pentagon-- a plane crash, a helicopter crash and both a plane and helicopter crash", then they go on to say "military counter-intelligence is now confirming it was a plane that crashed".
Gotta love it.