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11:02; color; sound and silent; V-188 BA245; S.1239
An elderly gentleman stands beside several grapevines he has planted and describes the different types of grapes he produces. He recounts tending fruit trees and grapes as a small child and remarks that he planted the vines because he enjoys making jelly, wine and preserves, which he sells or gives to friends. In the next segment, a young man at Florida State University demonstrates his athletic prowess with a "Loco-Ball," an object that resembles a cross between a hacky sack and a shuttlecock. He kicks the "Loco-Ball" and bounces it off of his chest in exciting slow-motion footage. The segment ends with silent footage of Sol Carroll, the #1 FSU fan, at home playing with his dog and proudly displaying a photo album filled with news articles praising his team spirit. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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