A Lot of Good Stuff
A KRON-TV production from 1967, presented by PG&E as an expression of San Francisco "home town pride." Includes scenes of "The Guide" (Bobby) and "The Guest" (Tony) wandering around San Francisco and taking in the sights. These include: Golden Gate Bridge; The Palace of the Legion of Honor; San Francisco Museum; Coit Tower (and views of the murals inside); a construction site; Golden Gate Park (with ducks and the Japanese Tea Garden); the DeYoung Museum; a sailing ship at dock; theatre rehearsals by The New Shakespeare Company and The Interplayers; the War Memorial Opera House; the Palace of Fine Arts; San Francisco Zoo and the California Acdemy of Science and the Planetarium. Ends with a point-of-view cable car ride. This film was written and produced by Bob Anderson and directed by Merle Ellis. It also opens with a brief introduction by the General Manager of KRON-TV Harold P. See.
Tags: cable cars, california acdemy of science, coit tower, construction sites, deyoung museum, ducks, golden gate bridge, golden gate park, harold p. see, japanese tea garden, kron 512, merle ellis, new shakespeare company, palace of fine arts, sailing ships, san francisco museum, san francisco planetarium, san francisco zoo, swans, theatre rehearsals, the interplayers, the palace of the legion of honor, war memorial opera house
Added to Bay Area Television Archive on February 27, 2013.
- Originally aired on: KRON-TV
- Date aired: 1967
- Recording medium: 16mm color optical sound film
- Rights for this video belong to: Young Broadcasting of San Francisco, Inc.
- Duration: 26:16
- Type of material: special program