I should point out that captains may run their cockpits a little differently from what you are seeing in the video.
This is what G says:
In the P2V-7, all the throttles and such are on the overhead panel. From left to right they are: Fuel mixture levers; Recip throttles; Jet throttles. The prop lever is a single lever behind the recip throttles and you can't see it in this video. The two round things attached to the front of the recip throttles that look like bicycle hand grips are the reversing levers for the props. They are used after landing to help slow the plane on the runway.
On the P2V-5, all this stuff is down on the center console.
Here's what I can see. There are verbal commands in there that we can't hear, so this is based on what I see:
:06 - CP takes jet throttles as P lines up on runway centerline.
:10 - P does last minute checks to be certain the props & mixtures are up tand the boost pumps are on high. The boost pump switches in the -7 are on the overhead panel.
:12 - CP advances jet throttles to 100%, calls "Jets up". P advances
recip throttles to T.O. power (determined by alt and temp)
During this time, the P is steering down the runway with the hydraulic steering tiller (nose wheel steering) on his left side panel. CP is holding the yoke down to keep the nose wheel on the ground for steering. He is also calling out speeds as they accelerate.
:45 - P takes the yoke in both hands whenever he feels he has sufficient rudder authority to let go of the tiller. CP takes over the recip throttles.
:56 - CP or P calls "Positive rate" (refers to rate of climb), P calls for gear up, CP throws the gear handle with his left hand. P takes the recip throttles.
1:06 - P calls for Meto Power (Maximum except Take-off), CP pulls prop lever back to climb power. P sets recip throttles to climb MP.
1:24 - CP reduces jets to METO power.
That's about it. The Pilot flies the plane, looking out the window. The co-pilot is scanning the gauges constantly, looking for proper temperatures and pressures on a host of things.