8 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Tarpon fishing"
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A PARADISE OF SPORT

A PARADISE OF SPORT

Date
n.d.
Description
This film begins with duck and quail hunting on the St. Lucie River. Then it shows shell collecting on the beach, snook and tarpon catches in shallows, and tarpon fishing offshore. Schools of mullet and some large tarpon leap from the water as shark fins slice the water. Then the film shows fishing for sailfish in deeper waters. Produced by E.W. Dutton; sponsored by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce.
Collection
A Very Special Place

A Very Special Place

Date
1969 (circa)
Description
Anita Bryant and her husband go fishing off Marathon in the Keys. She puts on her makeup while hooks are baited. Throughout the film, they drink Coca-Cola and she pitches Tupperware. She lands a tarpon. The film shows Seven Mile Bridge. Produced by Florida Development Commission.
Collection
Fishin' Fun in Sarasota County

Fishin' Fun in Sarasota County

Date
1950 (circa)
Description
This film has good shots of the Sarasota city waterfront, bridges and Venice jetties. It shows surf fishing off Englewood, bass fishing on the Myakka River, wade fishing in the shallows of Lemon Bay and tarpon fishing in the Gulf. It also shows fishing for sailfish in the Gulf with a nice tail-walking sequence. Produced by Capt. Marty Foster at Florida Film Studios Inc., Sarasota. Sound quality is not great.
Collection
FISHING FOR FUN

FISHING FOR FUN

Date
1950 (circa)
Description
This film is all about sport fishing. It starts out in Northern Michigan, then goes to a lake in New Jersey. Then, the action moves to Miami, showing fishing for sailfish in the Atlantic. Viewers also see bonefishing in the flats offshore and tarpon fishing in the mangroves along the Everglades. Some amazing leaps are seen. This is a good example of 1950s narration. The narrator exclaims to the people on camera, the fish and the audience with slang phrases, exhortations and clever comments.
Collection
Fishing Off Boca Grande

Fishing Off Boca Grande

Date
1950 (circa)
Description
This film has scenes of sport fishing off Boca Grande. Footage includes cabin cruisers, tarpon, fiddler crabs and a Seaboard Coastline train arriving at Boca Grande Station.
Collection
Florida Gulf Coast Holiday

Florida Gulf Coast Holiday

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
This film begins in Pensacola. Viewers see Fort Pickens, Blue Angels and the Naval Air Station. The film moves to Panama City, where viewers see people frolicking in the surf and teens with a guitar. In Tallahassee, the film shows Apalachee Parkway toward the Old Capitol, FSU and Killearn Gardens State Park (now Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park). Viewers see Rainbow Springs' "submarine boats" and Weeki Wachee. At Tarpon Springs, a diver puts on a suit and jumps in. Also shown are Tampa Bay hotels, fishing party boats, tarpon fishing, horse and dog races, jai-alai, baseball spring training, golf, boating and skiing. The film also shows Cypress Gardens, Busch Gardens, Sarasota's Horn's Cars of Yesterday and Sarasota Jungle Gardens. Viewers see the Ringling Brothers Circus in Venice, the Edison Home in Fort Myers and the Caribbean Gardens in Naples. Produced by Beckley Films and FDC; sponsored by Eastern Airlines and FDC.
Collection
FLORIDA SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE

FLORIDA SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE

Date
1955 (circa)
Description
This film shows fishing in the Gulf, the Atlantic and among mangroves near Key Largo. Viewers see snook, tarpon and bonefish. It also shows quail hunting with dogs. While hunting, the men use horses and a Willys Jeep outfitted with seats on the roof and on the front fenders. There is also bass fishing from a canoe on Rainbow River. They visit Everglades National Park and fish along the coast for tarpon. This was filmed in Kodachrome. The head section is missing.
Collection
Silversides the Tarpon

Silversides the Tarpon

Date
1957 (circa)
Description
This film shows tarpon fishing near Islamorada from a small outboard boat. The fish are magnificent. The editing is rough and the narration by the filmmaker is "home movie" style. It has wonderful photography, including a glimpse of a great white shark. Produced by E.W. Dutton.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
A PARADISE OF SPORT A PARADISE OF SPORT Boating
Fishing
Hunting
Mullet
Promotional films
Recreation
Sailfish
Sharks
Snook
Tarpon fishing
Tourism
Wildlife
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A Very Special PlaceA Very Special PlaceBoating
Fishing
Promotional films
Tarpon fishing
Tourism
Travel
Wildlife
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Fishin' Fun in Sarasota CountyFishin' Fun in Sarasota CountyBass fishing
Boating
Bridges
Fishing
Promotional films
Sport fishing
Tarpon fishing
Tourism
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FISHING FOR FUN FISHING FOR FUN Boating
Fishing
Promotional films
Sport fishing
Tarpon fishing
Tourism
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Fishing Off Boca GrandeFishing Off Boca GrandeBoating
Fishing
Promotional films
Seafood industry
Sport Fishing
Tarpon fishing
Tourism
Trains
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Florida Gulf Coast HolidayFlorida Gulf Coast HolidayBlue Angels (Flight squadron)
Boating
Circuses
Fishing
Gambling-Florida
Horse racing
Hotels
Major League Baseball
Promotional films
Tarpon fishing
Tourism
Water sports
Water skiing
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FLORIDA SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE FLORIDA SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE Bass fishing
Fishing
Horses
Hunting
Tarpon fishing
Quail
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Silversides the Tarpon Silversides the Tarpon Boating
Fishing
Home movies
Recreation
Sharks
Tarpon fishing
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