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Description: A travelogue about Acapulco, Mexico in the early 1960s
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Clip #: TFA-197B
Length: 23:24
Year: 1963
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: Central America
Country: Mexico
City: Acapulco
Subject: Beaches
Original: 16mm
1960s, Mexico, Acapulco, Anna Jane Sitton talking about picking Acapulco as ultimate vacation spot, Acapulco cityscape, harbor, Anna Jane Sitton disembarking plane via rolling stairs and shaking hands with Hilton Assistant Manager, airport terminal, jeep taxi driving up to hotel, men helping Anna Jane Sitton out of jeep taxi, hotel manager shaking hands with and talking to Anna Jane Sitton, hotel jeep taxis, Anna Jane Sitton unpacking in hotel room, Anna Jane Sitton in bikini standing on balcony and looking at view, bellhop driving jeep taxi one handed and holding tray of drinks in other hand, Anna Jane Sitton swimming in private swimming pool, outdoor hotel swimming pool, Emi Fors dress shop, Anna Jane Sitton speaking with Emi Fors about clothes, Anna Jane Sitton feeding burro, La Quebrada cliff diver, Diego Rivera fresco, flying Voladores, Danza de los Voladores, Anna Jane Sitton shopping for clothes and jewelry from street vendors, hotel porter notifying Anna Jane Sitton of phone call, sunset over sea, Villa Vera Racquet Club, Anna Jane Sitton talking to Teddy Stauffer poolside, Anna Jane Sitton taking tennis lesson from club pro Miguel Rodriguez, Aku-Tiki Restaurant Club, Anna Jane Sitton sitting with car racer Count Gino Rossi and Designer / Architect Dick Meyers at poolside table and talking, warrior god of Hawaii tiki, tiki of the Luau, water god tiki, international sailboat regatta, Anna Jane Sitton talking with Manager of Acapulco Yacht Club Señor Contreras and female sea captain on sailboat about regatta, Anna Jane Sitton boarding Teddy Stauffer's yacht, Anna Jane Sitton talking with fashion model Jane Lynn on boat deck, sailboat regatta, Dolores del Río presenting award to sailboat regatta winner, people at table applauding, Anna Jane Sitton talking about visiting La Barra, Barra de Potosi, Anna Jane Sitton taking horse-drawn carriage ride with Assistant Commissioner of Tourist Office on Alemon Bouelvard, San Diego Fort, bay, Mexican Naval Base, Anna Jane Sitton meeting Commander, Anna Jane Sitton touring Rio Papaloapan warship with Commander, Playa la Condesa morning beach, man serving fresh oysters to Anna Jane Sitton and man seated on beach, Anna Jane Sitton and assistant manager eating "Acapulco style" oysters, powerboat on river, La Barra, Barra de Potosi, women washing clothes in river, fisherman throwing net out to water, fisherman using small fish catch as bait for fishing shark, Our Lady of Guadalupe festival, people in traditional clothing on boats, villagers carrying virgin through city street, Acapulco, Church in Zocolo, children in traditional clothing, woman holding bunch of balloons, religious ceremony, cityscape, Anna Jane Sitton in bikini getting up from beach chair and putting on bathing cap, Anna Jane Sitton swimming in outdoor hotel swimming pool, Anna Jane Sitton paddling in boat, Anna Jane Sitton and women horseback riding on beach, fashion shoot on beach with photographer taking pictures of model dressed in bikini sitting on beach, man selling Serape on beach, Anna Jane Sitton talking with rug vendor about Serape, cityscape, Anna Jane Sitton playing drum and marching with school children on street, bay

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