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Home movies from the Bell clan offer a great look at family life in 1950s Gatesville. This footage follows the Bell’s as they visit family in North Carolina and tour the Blue Ridge Parkway
This home movie captures scenes of a wedding reception in a family home. The cake is cut before the bride, groom, and their guests dance the night away. Following are scenes from the next day, when the happy newlyweds and their family do the twist and other dances in their living room.
Miscellaneous footage of southern California in the 1950s, including San Diego Bay and Santa’s Village in Lake Arrowhead.
To be logged.;Home movies shot at Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco, 1939-40.;ends with nice shot of woman approaching camera, walking down street, looks like Hollywood, California.
This home movie captures scenes of the Ayalas visiting extended family in Austin. In the living room, family members perform varying dance moves for the camera – from a goofy, somewhat spastic performance from a young man to a teenage girl performing choreographed dance steps. Images of Barton Springs Pool are also included.
Some great shots of 1930s Los Angeles and Hollywood, including night neon shots in Hollywood.;title: Glimpses of Los Angeles and Hollywood;American flag flying;Hollywood, probably from Griffith Observatory;LS Griffith Observatory from lower hill;Hollywood street (perhaps Vine) seen from high point;Oblique high-angle shot Los Angeles City Hall tower;Trick photo of Hollywood building rotating and cutting to similar […]