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Silent Bridge

Description: This short student film from North Texas State University depicts a young woman walking through a rural area and being pursued by a menacing man who appears from under a bridge.
Date: 1984
Creator: Baxter, James K.
Partner: UNT Media Library

[The Blaine Dunlap Collection - Circus in Dallas]

Description: This film includes footage of a field of sunflowers, moving water flowing from a spillway, a tree's shadow reflected in the moving water, the Ross Tire Service building, an unidentified building, an unidentified young woman eating a candy bar in fast-motion, people in front of an unidentified building, footage shot from a moving automobile, people shopping at a grocery store, and people lined up to enter the Ringling Circus at the Dallas Coliseum.
Date: 1973
Creator: Dunlap, Blaine
Partner: UNT Media Library

[The Blaine Dunlap Collection - Playground]

Description: This film includes footage of two boys wrestling in a backyard, a pet dog illuminated by a lamp, a cat running down a neighborhood street, ducks at a pond, children on a slide at a playground, Dallas businesses and buildings viewed from the window of a moving bus, and neighborhood homes.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dunlap, Blaine
Partner: UNT Media Library

[The Blaine Dunlap Collection - Hit and Run]

Description: This film documents an unidentified young man pretending to be hit by a car and includes footage of the man walking down a road, footage shot from a moving automobile, the boy pretending to fall, a slow-motion death, and a car driving away.
Date: 1970~
Creator: Dunlap, Blaine
Partner: UNT Media Library

[The Ranchman's Ponder Steakhouse Home Video, No. 7 - Texas Traveler]

Description: This home movie is a home recording of a local news story by NBC-5 reporter Brett Johnson about the Ranchman's Café in Ponder. The segment from the "Texas Traveler" series features an introduction by anchor Jeff Eliasoph and interviews with restaurant customers and owner Dave Ross. The story discusses the history of the restaurant including famous visitors like John Wayne.
Date: unknown
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Partner: UNT Media Library