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Somewhere There Must Be an Island

Don Stokes

Sound | 1970s

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  •  The Grand Bahama Hotel 
  •  Sailing and fishing 
  •  Golf 
  •  Nightlife 
 
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This industrial film advertises the Grand Bahama Hotel. It highlights the amenities at the hotel, such as the clubs, ballrooms, boats, and golf course, as well as available activities at the hotel, like dining, shooting, horseback riding, and shopping.
Formed in 1965, Bill Stokes Associates (later to be known as The Stokes Group) was a Dallas-based production company that made industrial and promotional films for a range of clients spanning from Mary Kay Cosmetics to the United States Navy. In 1966, Bill Stokes Associates provided sound stage and production services for the film 1967 Bonnie and Clyde. Bill Stokes has been honored by the Dallas Producers Association with a Film Pioneer Award.