|Clip Title||Kirks' Camera: Opening Credits, 1976 |
|Clip Summary||Montage of people, landscapes, animals, and images from nature in foreign and Pacific Northwest (U.S.) locations used to introduce Kirks' Camera television show. |
|Duration||1 min., 59 sec. |
|Digital Format||Video |
|Original Source Title||Kirks' Camera |
|Original Source Summary||Monthly television show produced by Ruth and Louis Kirk for the Clover Park Educational District and aired on KCPQ-TV, Lakewood, Washington |
|Participants/Performers||Kirk, Louis G.|
Kirk, Ruth E.
|Notes||Images of a tall masted ship, sand dunes in a desert, Arctic exploration, Japanese women preparing to dive for pearls, a Pacific Islander man drinking from a cup, people in a canoe, intercut with images of the filmmakers using their equipment. |
Title of clip supplied by cataloger.
|Subjects (LCSH)||Kirks' camera (Television program)|
Kirk, Louis G.
Kirk, Ruth E.
Motion picture cameras
|Genres (LCSH)||Travelogues (Television programs)|
Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
|Location Depicted||Mexico--Baja California (Peninsula); Japan; Oceania; United States--Alaska; United States--Northwest, Pacific |
|Date Created||1976 |
|Digital Collection||Special Collections Moving Image Collection |
|Order Number||MV0036 |
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|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division |
|Repository Collection||Ruth and Louis Kirk Moving Image Collection, PH Coll 1000, VC 86 |
|Repository Collection Guide||To view the finding aid for this collection, see: http://digital.lib.washington.edu/findingaids/permalink/KirkRuthLouisMovingImageCollectionPHColl1000/ |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Digital streaming QuickTime video file made from DVCAM master, by Special Collections at UW Media Center, Odegaard Library, on May 29, 2009, using Quick Time, version 7.6. |
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