The Innocent Fair

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KPIX-TV documentary film from 1962, which is described in sub-title as: "A nostalgic visit to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco 1915." Features nitrate film footage of the exposition shot in 1915 (which was discovered by Associate Producer Lee Mendelson in 1961, in a Tiburon antique store) and voice over reflections on it's legacy by Walter Johnson. Includes scenes featuring pageants, parades, architecture, a promotional film for the exposition and views of: The Palace of Fine Arts; The Fountain of Energy; The Palace of Machinery; The Tower of Jewels; President William H Taft; Fatty Arbuckle; Art Smith; Charlie Chaplin; Henry Ford; Thomas Edison; Luther Burbank and Mabel Normand. This film was written and produced by Ray Hubbard, edited by R.E. Pusey and the piano music was played by Gregory Hubbard.

Originally aired on
KPIX-TV
Date aired
1962
Recording medium
16mm, b&w optical sound film
25:19
Rights for this video belong to
CBS5 KPIX-TV
Type of material
documentary film
Identifier
KPIX 146816
Views
5713

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Saw the Innocent Fair in the early 60's on S.F> Pageant an excellent

local KPIX show. Remembered the dare-devil pilot with the flare

encrusted bi-plane. What a piece of film. Too bad local production

has sunk to nothing-except the IF IT BLEEDS IT LEADS "NEWS".

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