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Brownsville 2014 Round-Up Reel

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  •  Footage from 1914 of the Snake King of Brownsville, W. A. King 
  •  1960 government film about Padre Island 
  •  Home movie capturing the Brownsville-Matamoros border 
  •  Universal newsreel from 1936 about flooding along the Gulf Coast 
  •  Antonio Ramirez performs in 2003 
  •  Home movie footage of a visit by Senators Ralph Yarborough and Walter Mondale 
  •  Charro Days Fiesta from the 1940s 
  •  Home movie capturing a trip to Port Isabel in 1971 
  •  Confederate Air Force Show in 1968 
  •  Universal newsreel from the 1930s about a nine-year-old lion tamer 
  •  Induction ceremony for the 2004 Texas Conjunto Music Hall of Fame 
  •  Home movie from 1958 capturing fishing trips in Port Isabel 
  •  Out ‘N About with Jimmy Medelin 
  •  Port Isabel in the 1940s 
  •  Universal newsreel from 1967 about one of the worst floods in the state’s history 
  •  Home movie footage of a trip to the Rio Grande Valley in 1976 
  •  Eddie Lucio, Jr. speaks at a family reunion in 1989  
 
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This compilation reel highlights the array of footage shot in Brownsville made available through the Texas Archive of the Moving Image. It was shown during the Texas Film Round-Up in Brownsville in 2014.