Series of great shots recreating the Oklahoma Western Migration.
1950 (Estimated Year)
02:41:01 - 02:42:17
Master 3 - Tape 1 Recreation of the Oklahoma land rush, when homesteaders could squat on the land & make it their own. Campy exaggerated shots. Opens with a covered wagon train flanked by happy, running people. Good color. Families go by: little girls in bonnets, raising their hands. One of the wagons is filled with people and a huge bass fiddle. Man in a top hat side by side with man in a stetson. Lots of people on horseback go by camera. A crowd rushes straight toward the camera. A lone man on a pennyfarthing bicycle. CU of running feet, horse's legs and wagon wheels. Lots of horses feet. DS on more bass fiddle and people running. Sign on wagon: "The Old West Still Lives SEPTEMBER 16, 1893." Men and women on horseback follow.
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