KPIX documentary film written and produced by Lee Mendelson in c1965, which is subtitled 'The Eyewitness Story of San Francisco's Earthquake and Fire of 1906'. Narrated by Van Amburg and former San Francisco News Reporter Ed Gleeson, this film uses personal voiceovers from survivors, photographs and archival film to portray this natural disaster that hit San Francisco on April 18th 1906. It goes onto describe what happened over the next few days. These narrators are listed in the end credits as: Harold Zellerbach; Rudolf Schubert; Sylvan Lisberger; Daniel E. Koshland; Chingwah Lee; Mrs. Henry R. Braden; David Beronio; Mrs. Naomi Wise; Henry Smith; Alex Wolfen and Joe Frank. Also features an earthquake re-enactment sequence made by Wm. Hindle. This film was edited by R.E. Pusey , Jr. and directed by Dick Williams.
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