"Texas In Review"
Weekly Log -- November 19, 1956 - February 18, 1957


November 19, 1956

  1. Deer Fever – Deer Hunting-near Llano (4’58").
  2. The Player’s Padding – Football Equipment-University of Texas (5’06").
  3. Commercial - #56-6 (58").
  4. Texas A&M vs Rice – (4’12").
  5. TCU vs Texas – (4’38").
  6. Commercial - #56-3 (59").
  7. Arkansas vs SMU – (6’14").

 

November 26, 1956

  1. Harbor Pilot – Capt. C. T. McMains of Houston (6’14").
  2. Commercial - #56-2 (1’20").
  3. Out of Silence – Sunshine Cottage of San Antonio – (5’52").
  4. The Texas Turkey – Guero Turkey Trot and Turkey Test (5’52").
  5. SMU vs Baylor – (3’10").
  6. Commercial - #56-1 (1’16").
  7. Rice vs TCU – (3’50").

 

December 3, 1956

  1. Backyard Birds – Wild Bird Farm-Brownsville (3’44").
  2. Commercial - #56-11 (1’09").
  3. Bales and Belles – South Plains Maid of Cotton-Lubbock (3’00").
  4. Testimonial to a Chief – Police Chief Dellinger-Taylor (3’31").
  5. Texas vs Texas A&M – (5’29").
  6. Commercial - #56-7 (1’17").
  7. SMU vs TCU – (3’29").
  8. Baylor vs Rice – (5’03").

 

December 10, 1956

  1. Storehouse of Knowledge – Dallas Public Library (7’10").
  2. Commerical - #56-6 (58").
  3. Centenarian Celebration – Mrs. E. V. Allen’s 103rd Birthday (2’06").
  4. Picture of Health – Mobile TB Chest X-Ray Unit in Dallas (3’29").
  5. Profile of a Texas–Roy Forkner - Cotton Ginner Profile (6’38").
  6. Commercial - #55-20 (53").
  7. Wax and Fun – Candle Maker-Mrs. H. F. Witsable (2’58").
  8. Football Roundup – All Valley Football Roundup (2’36").

 

December 17, 1956

  1. Texas Water – Water Resources Problem (5’05").
  2. Commercial - #56-13 (1’08").
  3. Hero Honored – Abilene Air Force Base Dedication (3’08").
  4. Trees of Plenty – Pecan Industry (7’07").
  5. Golf for a Cause – Babe Zaharias Golf Exhibition (1’33").
  6. Commercial - #56-4 (56").
  7. Toy Lift – Convair Toy Repair (4’01").
  8. Olympic Texan – Bobby Morrow Homecoming (4’00").

 

December 24, 1956

  1. Station Wagon Santa – Santa Claus, Mr. Edwin Jackson of Elderade, Texas (3’55").
  2. Arm Chair Ambassadors – Student Conference on National Affairs at Texas A&M (2’27").
  3. Commercial - #56-10 (1’20").
  4. Flying Queens – Flying Queens Basketball Team of Wayland Baptist College in Plainview (5’12").
  5. Transplanted Tradition – Schulenburg Orphans (4’00").
  6. Flight to Freedom – Hungarian Refugees (53").
  7. Commercial - #56-7 (1’17").
  8. Humble Glee Club – (7’50").

 

December 31, 1956

  1. Gorilla Nurse – (3’22").
  2. The Playful Pogo – Pogo Stick Manufacturing (3’32").
  3. Commercial - #56-15 (1’03").
  4. Fire’s Foes – Fireman Training (8’03").
  5. Assist to Anglers – Inka Lake Fish Eradication (3’56")
  6. Commerical - #56-1 (1’16").
  7. Old Fossils, New Fad! – Dallas Archaelogical Society (5’47").
  8. Teaser: Cotton Bowl and Sun Bowl – (15").

 

January 7, 1957

  1. An Era Recalled – The Seward House-Historic Houses (5’00").
  2. Commercial - #56-6 (58").
  3. The Tree Farmer – Forestry Control (4’42").
  4. Victory in a Vial – Polio-Mass innoculation at Tyler and Dr. Henry Holle (3’43").
  5. Sun Bowl – Sun Carnival and Bowl Game (3’50").
  6. Commercial - #56-4 (56").
  7. Cotton Bowl – Cotton Bowl Game and Parade (7’00").

 

January 14, 1957

  1. Hutch to Pan – Rabbit Breeders (4’28").
  2. Commercial - #56-2 (1’20").
  3. Fixing for Spring – Boat Repair (3’56").
  4. Frio-Ghost Town – (6’52").
  5. Commercial - #56-3 (59").
  6. Buffalo – (1’28").
  7. With Rod and Reel – Bait Casting (2’04").
  8. From Common Clay – Potter-Ruth Laird (5’32").

 

January 21, 1957

  1. Trained in Texas – Drones and Skysweepers (5’02").
  2. Commercial - #56-6 (58").
  3. The Capital’s Concern – President’s Visit (2’32").
  4. Dredging a Channel – Port Manafield Dredging (3’04").
  5. Kilgore Ceramics – Ceramics Industry at Kilgore (5’56").
  6. Commercial - #56-3 (59").
  7. A Soldier Retires – Col. H. D. McGaw Retirement (3’24").
  8. Texas’ New Governor – Price Daniel Inauguration (4’36").
  9. Hereford Story Teaser – (8").

 

January 28, 1957

  1. The Uncanny Homer – Homing Pigeons (5’22").
  2. A Select Ten – Ten Outstanding Young Men (2’26").
  3. Commerical - #56-3 (5 9").
  4. Costumed Canine – (3’14").
  5. Executive Chef – Hotel Chef (4’10").
  6. Commercial – 56-1 (1’16").
  7. Executives in the Making – Jr. Achievement Trade Pair (3’09").
  8. Hereford – Hereford, Texas Story (5’22").
  9. PR Trailer - #2 (16").

 

February 4, 1957

  1. Wild Cattle Roundup – Roundup on Old Dobie Ranch (5’26").
  2. Commercial - #56-7 (1’17").
  3. La Yaleta – Yaleta Mission (2’49").
  4. Driftwood Frames – Driftwood Picture Frames (3’59").
  5. Ribbons of Black – Asphalt Story (5’44").
  6. Commercial - #56-11 (1’09").
  7. Training to Point – Bird Dog Training (6’46").

 

February 11, 1957

  1. The Badge and the Man – police profile-Robert J. Fonner of Odessa (5’58")
  2. Building Better Bodies – Physical Education in Schools (4’40")
  3. Commercial - #55-10 (1’45")
  4. It’s Done with Cotton – Taylor Bedding Company (5’02")
  5. Barbs and History – Barbed Wire Collector – H.C. McCallum of Tyler (5’12")
  6. Commercial - #55-18 (1’00")
  7. Brand Opera Festival – San Antonio Opera Season (3’41")
  8. PR Trailer - #8 (20")

 

February 18, 1957

  1. Throws and Falls – Judo Tournament (5’25")
  2. Commercial - #56-14 (1’21")
  3. Project: Engineers – Rocket Engineers (7’00")
  4. The Modern Icemen – Ice manufacturing (4’50")
  5. Commercial - #56-1 (1’16")
  6. Boy Scouts Report – Scouts report to Governor (2’50")
  7. Texas Platoon – Texas Platoon at Fort Bliss (4’20")
  8. Teaser – Buggy Collector (8")

 

     
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