From the '36 Centennial Expo to the JFK Assassination to the SMU Death Penalty, Hundreds of Short Moments and Memories
Which, as it turns out, is but a fraction of a fraction of the available-for-licensing local look-sees: A "Dallas" search turns up some 560 clips, ranging from old news reports (most about the SMU death penalty) to a recap of the Georgia-SMU Cotton Bowl game on December 31, 1966, to slow-mo and time-lapsed and aerial glimpses at local landmarks (including this 27-minute-long rotating spin from high atop Reunion Tower taken in '02) to W.A. Criswell talking to the First Baptist congregation about how in-attendance President Gerald Ford refused to grant Playboy an interview. Here's one Peter thought Schutze would enjoy: newsreel footage capturing Trinity River flooding in the 1950s.
Stayed up till just past 1 this morning going through these. Didn't make it halfway through. In other words: Just the film fest with which to fill your long Memorial Day weekend.