|David of Sarasota||David of Sarasota||Amusement parks|
David of Sarasota
- 1950 (circa)
- This film shows the complex of buildings in Sarasota that includes the Ringling Art Museum, Asolo Theater, Museum of the Circus and the Ringling Home. Viewers also see the Players Community Theater; Florida West Coast Symphony Orchestra; Sarasota Concert Band; local schools; Sarasota High School; Sailor Circus; Ringling Brothers Circus; Emmett Kelly; artists Ben Stahl, Thornton Outes and Sid Solomon; author John D. McDonald and historian Arnold Toynbee. The film also shows outdoor recreation. Produced by Leroy Crooks; sponsored by Sarasota County Chamber of Commerce.
|FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY HISTORY (Part 7) ||FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY HISTORY (Part 7) ||Ceremonies |
Florida State Seminoles (College sports teams)
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY HISTORY (Part 7)
- 1980 (circa)
- This film shows synchronized swimming, the Flying High Circus, theater, cheerleading, dance, views of campus, an interview with President Sliger and graduation ceremonies. Produced by WFSU-TV.
|T MINUS 15 AND COUNTING ||T MINUS 15 AND COUNTING ||Art |
T MINUS 15 AND COUNTING
- 1965 (circa)
- This film shows Florida schools, including elementary schools, high schools and colleges. It describes new techniques, special help for Cuban refugees, Seminoles and the disabled. The film features marine biology, computers, electronics, educational television, physical education and the Sarasota High School's Sailor Circus. It also shows vocational education, Future Farmers, oyster cultivation, music, theater and art. It shows architecture of various campuses and ends with a speech by Floyd T. Christian, State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The missile launch referred to in the title is figurative. Produced by Coronado Studios; sponsored by the Florida Department of Education.
|WILLIAM SAROYAN INTERVIEW/ EDDIE DOWLING TRIBUTE||WILLIAM SAROYAN INTERVIEW/ EDDIE DOWLING TRIBUTE||Acting|
WILLIAM SAROYAN INTERVIEW/ EDDIE DOWLING TRIBUTE
- 1970 (circa)
- A WFSU-TV reporter interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning author William Saroyan. His play, "Time of Your Life," was in performance at Florida State University to serve as part of a tribute to Eddie Dowling, a renowned theater actor and director. Produced by WFSU-TV.