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Broken Beauty: The Ballad of Block D

Main Speaker(s): David Helwig. Kingston Waterfront Plot D. Video takes place after the last piece of Kingston's waterfront was purchased for commercial development. Video was filmed on the first day of development, highlighting the natural beauty of the area soon to be destroyed with narration by Helwig.

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Kingston Arts Council 4 - Wizard of Oz/Grand, Man on Street interviews, Kingston Symphony Rehearsal/Grand

Main Speaker(s): Betty Gauntlet, Karen Ellis, Bill Tate, several children. Begins with clips from a theatre production of The Wizard of Oz at the Grand Theatre in Kingston. Afterward Gauntlet, Ellis, Tate, and several children are asked about their thoughts on the show, and the arts in Kingston. After that clips from a rehearsal of the Kingston Symphony are played.

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Yachting: Days 1-4

Location: Lake Ontario. Begins with an overhead shot of the Portmouth Olympic Harbour in Kingston with the label 'Day 1' before cutting to raw footage of the different sailboat races that happened that day, each labelled with the boat class and track name. Cuts to another overheard shot before showing a still picture of a sailboat with the label 'Kingston, Ontario'. Afterward come footage of Day 2 following the exact same format as Day 1, beginning with an overhead shot before cutting to raw footage of some of the races and ending with a still shot of several seconds. Footage of Day 3 is then shown in the same format. Footage from Day 4 is also shown. Video contains on-screen notes which wouldn't be seen by a viewing audiencee, such as a green box advising 'repeat follows' and a countdown from 1 minute to feed time.

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1994-2004 Celebrating the Decade - Stauffer Library: Memories of the October 28, 1994 Dedication

Main Speaker(s): Alan Green, Dr William Leggett, Bob Rae, Paul Wiens. Location: Stauffer Library. Video is footage of the grand opening of Stauffer library. Green gives a speech after which he calls up Dr Leggett takes the podium who thanks everyone for their work and funding for the library. Rae then talks about the importance of the library to the public. Brief speeches are given by representatives from the Stauffer foundation and the National Library. Paul Wiens talks about the library from a librarian's perspective, while . Edith Wiens sings opera songs between a few of the speeches. John Meisel gives another speech, then Dick Stackhouse and David Barr assist Green with cutting the ribbon to open the library. Video ends with Edith Wiens singing several songs.

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Tradition of Excellence: School of English

Main Speaker(s): David Baird.Edited video narrated by Baird to advertise Queen's University. A re-edit of the original Tradition of Excellence, this time specifically for the Department of English. The video contains footage and audio from the original, but cut down from 16 minutes to 7. The video also features different music than the original.

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