5 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Geographic Term contains "France"
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Coral Gables: The Global City of the Future

Coral Gables: The Global City of the Future

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film starts with a man navigating his yacht through a typical Coral Gables neighborhood with large houses on canals, swimming pools and docked boats behind each. He gets home, greets the kids, has a quick shower, gives the wife a peck on the lips, and then he is on a jet to Paris. The host/narrator then pitches his neighborhood from the streets of Paris. He continues the narration from London, Latin America and New York City, and then returns home. Then, various CEOs tell why they and their companies moved to Coral Gables. Throughout, the film shows scenes of "the good life," education, industry, culture and entertainment. Produced by Associated Filmmakers International.
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Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University: The 100 Before the World/Les Cents Devant Le Monde

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University: The 100 Before the World/Les Cents Devant Le Monde

Date
1989
Description
In this film, Florida A&M University is the sole representative of the United States in France's 200th Bastille Day Parade in Paris. This film covers FAMU's participation in the parade from day one. It shows the band practicing, sightseeing, interacting with other participants, and participating in the parade. Dr. Foster, the band's creator and director, is interviewed throughout the film.
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FLORIDA SHOWCASE ABROAD

FLORIDA SHOWCASE ABROAD

Date
1963
Description
A Greyhound bus serves as a display of information on Florida at the LeMans auto race in France.
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FLORIDA SHOWCASE: BUS STORY

FLORIDA SHOWCASE: BUS STORY

Date
1963-11-14
Description
This film tells how a Greyhound bus was provided to FDC to showcase Florida. There are scenes of the bus in Minneapolis, MN and Augusta, ME. Another bus was shipped from Jacksonville to Europe. Viewers see the bus at the LeMans race in France. Produced by FDC.
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Jai-Alai: The Fastest Game

Jai-Alai: The Fastest Game

Date
1978
Description
This film has an introduction by Pat McCann, Executive Director of the National Association of Jai-Alai Frontons. This film has lovely photography of the Basque region of Spain and France and tells how jai-alai is a way out of the traditional life. It tells about the origin of the sport, the making of the basket (cesta) and the ball (pelota), and how the game is played. The first US game was played in Miami in 1926. Produced by Tel-Air Interests.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Coral Gables: The Global City of the FutureCoral Gables: The Global City of the FutureBoating
Description and travel
Economic conditions
Promotional films
Tourism
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Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University: The 100 Before the World/Les Cents Devant Le MondeFlorida Agricultural and Mechanical University: The 100 Before the World/Les Cents Devant Le MondeBastille Day
African American history
Historically black colleges and universities
Marching bands
Promotional films
Travel
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FLORIDA SHOWCASE ABROADFLORIDA SHOWCASE ABROADAutomobile racing
Greyhound buses
Promotional films
Travel
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FLORIDA SHOWCASE: BUS STORYFLORIDA SHOWCASE: BUS STORYAutomobile racing
Greyhound buses
Promotional films
Travel
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Jai-Alai: The Fastest GameJai-Alai: The Fastest GameGambling-Florida
Jai-alai
Promotional films
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