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XVIth Olympiad: Melbourne, Australia, 1956

Date produced: 1956

Filmmaker(s):

H. Lee Hansen

Description:

Documentary covering the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia.


Northlands Cruise

Date produced: 1962

Filmmaker(s):

H. Lee Hansen

Description:

"Sailing around Alaska." UC San Diego Library.


Balkans, The

Date produced: 1968

Filmmaker(s):

H. Lee Hansen

Description:

"Travel through the Balkans." UC San Diego Library.


Around South America

Date produced: 1957

Filmmaker(s):

H. Lee Hansen

Description:

Travelogue that visits tourist destinations across several countries in South America.


Sky-Land Trails of the Kings

Date produced: 1940

Filmmaker(s):

David Brower

Richard Leonard

Description:

Subtitled: a story of happy days in Kings Canyon National Park.


Oliver Twist

Date produced: 1940

Filmmaker(s):

David Bradley

Description:

David Bradley's amateur feature film adaptation of Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist.


Family Camping Through 48 States - Part II

Date produced: 1961

Filmmaker(s):

Robbins Barstow

Description:

"During five summers from 1957 to 1961, the five-member Barstow family of Wethersfield, Connecticut, set out to visit all 48 of the then United States of America on a series of month-long camping trips. Part II showcases "America's Wonderlands" with 18 National Parks and other exciting attractions in the great Northwest and Southwest." Archive.org


Family Camping Through 48 States - Part I

Date produced: 1961

Filmmaker(s):

Robbins Barstow

Description:

"During five summers from 1957 to 1961, the five-member Barstow family of Wethersfield, Connecticut, set out to visit all 48 of the then United States of America on a series of month-long camping trips. Part I includes seeing famous sites from "America's History" in 24 Eastern, Northern, and Southern states." Archive.org


Building of “Conny”, The

Date produced: 1975

Filmmaker(s):

Robbins Barstow

Description:

"In 1975, Connecticut made the sperm whale its official state animal, as a symbol of conservation. The following year, a group of volunteers from the Connecticut Cetacean Society spent over 5,000 hours building a life-size, 60-foot, ferro-cement model of a male sperm whale, on the grounds of the Children's Museum in West Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Director of the project was Robbins Barstow, who filmed this dramatic, home-made documentary." Archive.org


Touring Paris with Two Grandchildren

Date produced: 1992

Filmmaker(s):

Robbins Barstow

Description:

"In September 1992, Robbins Barstow and his wife Meg, of Wethersfield, Connecticut, USA, celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary by spending ten days visiting their son David and his family in Paris, France. Their two grandchildren, Geoffrey and Suzanna, showed them the sights of the city of lights, including the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Grand Opera House, and the Louvre." Archive.org


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