Well, this is now untrue, Because, I've had a clean copy for 2 years in my collection. So, I quickly grabbed out the DVD-R I had the film on and uploaded it. Enjoy!
Also, the 58 second clip is not very well ripped with the audio coming from a speaker with a microphone in front of it. My copy was clearly ripped in a more archival setting. Resulting in my copy being higher quality. Also, The film from my rip is less deteriorated. The only problem with my footage is the colors being softer due to deterioration. The audio is also slightly quieter and muffled along with some noise. But, Having the film in any better quality from the 58 second clip is better than nothing.