5 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Contributor contains "Hack Swain Productions"
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Bottled Sunshine...A Juicy Story

Bottled Sunshine...A Juicy Story

Date
1968
Description
The story of Florida citrus cultivation. We see total processing at Tropicana in Bradenton. Also shows their glass plant and the Tropicana train, "the only regularly scheduled unit train in food industry history," featuring a mile of refrigerated box cars. Use of pulp as dairy feed is shown. Also see plastic juice container manufacturing and box manufacturing. Producer Tony Swain and Rose Swain, wife of cinematographer Mike Swain, are seen as airline passengers. Produced by Hack Swain Productions; sponsored by Tropicana Products.
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Deer Santa

Deer Santa

Date
n.d.
Description
In this film, "Santa's deer and their many cousins meet the happy children" at the International Deer Ranch, which is part of the Silver Springs attraction. Viewers see deer fed by hand, then explore the Florida Frontier (a nature trail) and see Santa at his winter home. The children throw coins into a flaming spring and pet baby animals in the animal nursery. Produced by Hack Swain Productions; sponsored by Florida Development Commission..
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Florida's Emerald Isle, Marco Island

Florida's Emerald Isle, Marco Island

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
This film begins with people enjoying the surf, a visit to a shell mound, and a visit to the only modern home in the island's interior. The film also examines the coco plum fruit, French mulberry plant, wild coffee plants and other plants. Viewers see locations such as Snook Haven Marina, Snook Hole, and scenes of snook fishing. An architectural model and renderings show how the island will be changed by developers. Produced by Hack Swain Productions.
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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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Phosphorus: Florida's Vital Key to a Better Future for Man

Phosphorus: Florida's Vital Key to a Better Future for Man

Date
1972
Description
This film explains the uses of phosphorus, how it is mined, and how it is processed. The producer's daughter-in-law and grandchildren are seen in one shot at the dinner table and picnicking. The producer, Hack Swain, is the mustached gentleman seen wearing a hard hat. Land reclamation is shown as well. Produced by Hack Swain; sponsored by the Florida Phosphate Council.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Bottled Sunshine...A Juicy StoryBottled Sunshine...A Juicy StoryCitrus
Citrus--Climatic factors--United States
Citrus industry
Citrus juices
Promotional films
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Deer SantaDeer SantaAmusement parks
Attractions
Holidays
Promotional films
Tourism
Wildlife
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Florida's Emerald Isle, Marco IslandFlorida's Emerald Isle, Marco IslandBeaches
Description and Travel
Plants
Promotional films
Tourism
Travel
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Ghost Hotel of Longboat KeyGhost Hotel of Longboat KeyHotels
Promotional films
Tourism
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Phosphorus: Florida's Vital Key to a Better Future for ManPhosphorus: Florida's Vital Key to a Better Future for ManAgriculture
Phosphate industry--Environmental aspects--Florida
Phosphorus
Phosphorus industry
Promotional films
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