Highway Through Time
KRON-TV documentary film from 1965, narrated by Art Brown, featuring a journey along California State Route 1, from Capistrano Beach (Orange County) along the Pacific coastline up to Leggett in Mendocino County. Includes views of: Laguna Beach; Los Angeles; Malibu; Santa Barbara; Gaviota Tunnel; Pismo Beach; Morro Rock; Morro Bay; San Simeon; Big Sur; Mission Trail; Carmel; Monterey; Half Moon Bay; Golden Gate Park; Presidio; Golden Gate Bridge; Sausalito; Muir Beach; Stinson Beach; Duncans Cove; Fort Ross; Mendocino; Fort Bragg; dune buggies; surfing; abalone fishing; Vandenberg Air force Base and lighthouses. This film was written and produced by Bob Anderson, directed by Vern Louden and edited by Marie Looney. It also opens with a brief introduction by the General Manager of KRON-TV: Harold P. See.
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Added to Bay Area Television Archive on December 26, 2011.
- Originally aired on: KRON-TV
- Date aired: 1965
- Recording medium: 16mm color, optical sound film
- Rights for this video belong to: KRON-TV
- Duration: 26:04
- Type of material: documentary film