|1986 is Record Year for Movie Making||1986 is Record Year for Movie Making||Motion pictures--Tallahassee--Florida|
Motion picture actors and actresses
Motion picture industry--Employees
1986 is Record Year for Movie Making
- Reporter Lee Mainella discusses the rising film industry in Florida, its economic effects, and how 1986 was a record-breaking year for movie making in the state. Contains footage of the Tallahassee area with the actors and crew from the box office hit Something Wild and projects film prospects in Florida for 1987.
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Abuse Hotline Update
- Lee Mainella reports on the advent of the abuse hotline--1-800-96-ABUSE--a hotline system that funnels calls through a central HRS telephone command post and takes the frustration out of filing an abuse complaint. Footage includes press conferences with Governor Bob Martinez and Head of HRS Gregory Coler.
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Education Shortfall for Construction
- Education Commissioner Betty Castor predicts a 3.5 billion dollar shortfall for school construction money over the next five years. Lee Mainella reports that Governor Bob Martinez, the legislature, and tax payers are aware of the problem but notes that education needs may have to be postponed to deal with other state concerns.
|Third Grade Class Gives Up Halloween For Disaster Victims||Third Grade Class Gives Up Halloween For Disaster Victims||Halloween|
Third Grade Class Gives Up Halloween For Disaster Victims
- Reporter Lee Mainella of the Florida News Service visits the classroom of Tallahassee third-graders at Sealey Elementary who gave up their Halloween candy and trick-or-treated for Red Cross donations to support hurricane and earthquake relief. The students, dressed in their Halloween costumes, discuss how they came up with the idea for the trick-or-treating fundraiser. They are elated when Raleigh Mackoul, the president of the state tobacco and candy association, makes a surprise candy delivery.