3 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject - Person is exactly "Swain, Hack"
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CARIBBEAN GARDENS

CARIBBEAN GARDENS

Date
1950 (circa)
Description
This film starts with a singing introduction written by John McGhee (see orange juice song at the end of "Leading the Parade," BA081) with organ accompaniment by Hack Swain. It shows the birds and flowers featured at this attraction in Naples. Produced by Stephen T. Briggs at Solana Studios (Naples).
Collection
Ghost Hotel of Longboat Key

Ghost Hotel of Longboat Key

Date
n.d.
Description
Two young travelers explore the ruins of a hotel that was never completed. Begun by John Ringling, it was to have been called the Ritz-Carlton. The pair look over the ruins and see other parts of Longboat Key. The male is Tony Swain, son of producer Hack Swain. Hack Swain is also the narrator of the film. The hotel was torn down shortly after the film was made and now is the site of Arvida's Longboat Key Club. Produced by Hack Swain Productions.
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TODAY SHOW: FLORIDA SEGMENTS

TODAY SHOW: FLORIDA SEGMENTS

Date
1963
Description
This is a series of segments of the "Today Show" where a weather report is given (in winter), followed by Hugh Downs reading from a script about Florida as FDC footage is shown. A booklet is also offered by writing to Tallahassee. Each segment focuses on one aspect of Florida life. The segments include art and culture, fun in the sun, and wildlife. In the segment on Florida agriculture and seafood, producer Hack Swain and his wife Marie are seen dining in a seafood restaurant. The footage is all Kinescope. Produced by NBC Television; sponsored by FDC.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
CARIBBEAN GARDENS CARIBBEAN GARDENS Attractions
Gardens
Promotional films
Tourism
Zoos
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Ghost Hotel of Longboat KeyGhost Hotel of Longboat KeyHotels
Promotional films
Tourism
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TODAY SHOW: FLORIDA SEGMENTS TODAY SHOW: FLORIDA SEGMENTS Agriculture
Art
Beaches
Promotional films
Recreation
Seafood industry
Tourism
Wildlife
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