Peabody Award winning KPIX film documentary from 1962, narrated by Marshal 'J', about the building of the Golden Gate Bridge, from November 4th 1930 (voter approval to begin work) to May 27th 1937 (the official opening). Includes a detailed history of the bridge's construction using voiceover from workers involved, photographs, newspaper clippings and archival footage from the 1930s. The Executive Producer for this film was Ray Hubbard, direction is from Mark Hathaway and the song 'Bridge Buildin' Man' was written and sung by Sheldon Fay and Colon Brown Jr., with lyrics by Lee Mendelson.
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