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Animated Hero Classics: Christopher Columbus (Color, 1991, 28 Minutes)
A charming but fanciful animated children's history that follows and elaborates upon the standard American mythos of Christopher Columbus.
1492 Revisited (Color, 1991, 28 Minutes)
The 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage ot the "New World" prompted renewed controversy and debate about this momentous event. A challenging and uncompromising view of the quincentenary is offered in this art exhibition titled "Counter Colon-Ialismo". A KPBS San Diego TV production.
Hello Columbus with Mal Sharpe: Joe Cervetto (Color, 1986, 23 Minutes)
The MC for decades of San Francisco's Columbus Day Parade (now called the Italian Heritage Parade) is followed around on this date in 1986 through his home (where he transforms into Christopher Columbus), San Francisco's North Beach, the Italian food markets, the parade, the annual St. Peter's Columbus Day childrens art show, the local Bacci/Bacce ball courts (a dispute evolves about the correct spelling) and the well wishes of the many people who love and admire him.
Christopher Columbus (Black/White, 19xx, 15 Minutes)
A well staged, well produced silent movie short that dramatizes the key moments of Columbus' rise and fall.
You Are There: October 12, 1492 (Audio, 1948, 27 Minutes)
The successful voyage of the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria to the New World recieves hypothetical news coverage in an episode of the brilliant CBS News radio historical drama series that employs much the same news reporting staff that CBS employed up to and during World War II, including newscaster, war correspondent, commentator and associate of Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly, Don Hollenbeck.
The Feuding Tombs Of Christopher Columbus (Color, 1991, 23 Minutes)
The controversy that continues till the present day about the actual last resting place of Christopher Columbus' remains is here contested between the Seville Cathedral in Andalusia, Spain, and the Columbus Lighthouse in Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic.