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1939-1964 World Fairs Film Library DVD
This DVD contains a fascinating montage of mid-20th century World Fairs. Included in the films that make up this collection are the 1939 New York World's fair, the 1964 Seattle World's Fair and the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Here are all the films that make up this historical collection:The World of Tomorrow
Excellent 36 minute tour of the 1939 New York World's fair.
Audio/Visual: silent, Black & White
Run time: 36:09
Century 21 Calling (1962)
Explore the 1962 World's fair. The film offers excellent shots of a variety of the fair's exhibits, including the Bell Telephone exhibit and its phone systems of the future, the Space Needle and many other interesting views of the fair both during the day and at night.
Producer: Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions
Audio/Visual: Sound, Color
Run time: 13:56
1964 New York World's Fair Report (1961)
This film shows the planning and construction activities to convert Flushing Meadow into the home of the New York World's Fair.
Producer: Campbell Films
Audio/Visual: Sound, Black & White
Run time: 25:55
The Unisphere: Biggest World on Earth (1964)
Learn how the U S Steel Corporation designed and built the unisphere, the centerpeice of the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Producer: MPO Productions, Inc.
Audio/Visual: Sound, Color
Run time: 13:29
To The Fair (1965)
This film follows various groups of people as they experience all the magic and wonder of the fair. Its 26 minutes gives an excellent feel for all the fun and excitement that was going on every day and the events and shows that people experienced.
Of special note is that for those familiar with Disneyland, you will see many attractions at the fair that you will recognize as several attractions at Disneyland were showcased here at the fair.
Production Company: Association Films, Inc
Audio/Visual: sound, Black & White
Run time: 26:14
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