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The Palin Bree Collection, no. 6 - Road Trip Through the American West

Palin Bree

Silent | c. 1940-1949

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  •  Entrance sign  
  •  Mountain view 
  •  Signs for Old Monarch Pass 
  •  Sign for 'Utah Old Faithful Geyser' 
  •  Turkeys 
  •  Temple  
  •  Welcome sign for Idaho 
  •  Men in hats 
  •  Ship on the lake 
  •  Sign for the Oregon Trail 
  •  Bridge 
  •  Oregon Trail sign again 
  •  Playing by the water 
  •  Cabins 
  •  Ivy covered house 
  •  NBC Building 
  •  Sign for Tom Breneman's Dancing and Fine Food 
  •  Signs for Morocco and the Canada Club 
  •  Grand Canyon 
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A scenic road trip through the western U.S. includes stops in Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Oregon, California, Arizona, and New Mexico. Highlights include breathtaking views of mountain ranges, a stop at Monarch Pass, and frolicking at the beach. Home movies occupy an enormous part of our Texas film heritage. Since the 1920s, popular formats like 16mm, 8mm, Super 8 and video have captured our private events and public moments and helped us channel our creative impulses as amateur filmmakers. But they do more than just document our lives: our home movies continually reveal what we consider to be valuable, significant and worth sharing with others.