|The picture shows this Original 1966 8mm Color Film Of A New Hampshire To Arizona Road Trip With (2) Narrated Audio Tapes and the Metal Canisters the film comes in.|
The film fills 5" of the 7" reel it is on. It is approximately 200 feet of film. This Historic film was very nicely made by an amateur film maker between September to October of 1966. It is not a copy and it is never before seen footage! It begins in New Hampshire and ends up out west to Arizona with stops on the way. Unless there is a film I don't have or no filming was done, there is a gap between N. H. and the midwest. At the end there is a bit back in New Hampshire when they arrived back home. He covered a lot of interesting things with his movie camera. I watched the movie and took some notes of most of the sites I saw or recognized on it. The film includes at least those things on the long list below (in the order seen). You can copy the below list to include with the film:
Billboard Signs, Route 66 signs, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Museum, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Scenic Views, Coconino National Forest, Marker Plaques, The Grand Canyon, Many Panoramic and Scenic Views, Jerome Ghost Town, Down Town Scenes, Old Coca Cola Sign, Boot Hill Cemetary With Graves, Saloon, Old Barber Shop, Old Sheriff Office / Jail, Painted Desert, Airstream Trailer, Scenic Views, Train, Cattle & Cowboys, Colorado, Colorado Springs, Kansas, Back to New Hampshire, New Hampshire Foliage, 6,600 Miles Traveled.
THE AUDIO TAPES
I had purchased an entire box of films and audio tapes from the elderly man who had made them and everything was labeled or marked. Anyway, some of the films in the lot had audio narration tapes that were synchronized with the films and others had background music that played with the films. Included here are two of those tapes that go with this film. He and his Wife talk in detail of all of the locations that are on the film. I only listened to part of it and I heard some music on it between scenes as well. These are included with the film.
The film has clear images, plays well and is in mint as made condition. This film can be reproduced and sold. Remember, this is never before seen film footage and has been stored away all these years!