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Inlet Beach Convention
Revenge of the Creature
( sequel to Creature from the Black Lagoon )
made in Florida in 1954!
Revenge Pool

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Dania Marine Flea Market at Mardi Gras Casino!

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Ford Lauderdale Air Show!

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Waterfront Times - So. Fl. Nautical Newspaper

Video's made in Florida

Did you know that Florida is third in the nation for the production of films?   The Broward Library has what they call a Memory Project.

Videos are just one feature. In the link provided above, you can see scenes from movies that were filmed in Florida, and the specific place in which they were filmed. Thus, you have everything from Creature from the Black Lagoon to Frank Sinatra's Lady in Cement to Jackie's Gleason's interest in Miami, and so forth from the early 1900's to contemporary times.  Click on above to begin with some movie stills and discover further links.  Diana

Are you looking for interesting Florida locations. The above link is to which contains a "treasure trove of lesser known places, people and happenings" anywhere in Florida.  One has the ability to investigate any area in Florida, and learn about charming B&B's , historical districts, natural attributes of a location, what there is to do in that area, etc.
For example; I have visited Micanopy, Florida on the basis of their descriptions. I stayed in a Victorian house reputed to be haunted, called The Herlong Mansion. I didn't see any ghostly happenings, but local groups interested in the supernatural visit regularly. The historic district is full of buildings on the historic register, and there are interesting restaurants and places to shop for antiques. There is Indian lore, too.   I have gone to a number of charming, lesser-known towns described in this site, and have yet to be disappointed!  Diana


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