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23:00; color; sound, V-241 DA144; S.1239
This is a rough work film for a WFSU-TV special on Malcolm Johnson, a Tallahassee civic leader and longtime journalist with the Tallahassee Democrat. Mr. Johnson discusses his decision to retire from full-time journalism and work instead at his hobby of smithing silver and pewter jewelry. He is shown in his shop with some of his materials, in the woods, at an awards ceremony and at the Tallahassee Democrat offices. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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