1. Woo: The Motion Picture Trailer


    from Great Eye Films / Added

    One band travels to Colorado, what happens next is beyond your wildest imagination. Woo: The Motion Picture, coming soon to a screen near you.

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    • Welcome to Colorado Kristine


      from WillisVision / Added

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      A short video made for Kristine Scheller, so she can survey prospective living arrangements in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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      • The Young Life Story


        from Young Life Archives / Added

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        Young Life promotional film from the early-1950s designed to tell the story and purpose of Young Life. It features Colorado Springs High School and includes footage of downtown Colorado Springs and the Garden of the Gods. It also promotes the Young Life Ranches: Star Ranch, Silver Cliff Ranch, and Frontier Ranch. Notable persons featured include: the founder of Young Life, Jim Rayburn, and Bob Mitchell, Gil Dodds, Andrew "Goldbrick" Delaney, and Donn Moomaw. Written by Orien Johnson, filmed by Bob Mitchell, music by Olin Terry, and narrated by Jes Box.

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        • Joe Howard Intro


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          An introduction to Joe Howard and Colorado Springs

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          • Judy Makes A Date


            from Young Life Archives / Added

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            Young Life's Frontier Ranch, Buena Vista, Colorado. After 1951. Color with Sound. Features Jim Rayburn, John Miller, Bob Mitchell, Orien Johnson, Phil McDonald, Kay Servatius and the Ashmolian Marching Band.

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            • A Day at Star Ranch


              from Young Life Archives / Added

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              Full color silent film promoting Young Life's Star Ranch, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Probably filmed in 1950. Also has scenes from Silver Cliff Ranch near Buena Vista, Colorado. Jim Rayburn, Bob Mitchell, Tom Bade, and Frog Sullivan. Also scenes from the Pikes Peak Region - Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds, Seven Falls, Cheyenne Canyon.

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              • Make Mine Colorado


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                Frontier Ranch promotion film. Black and White. Probably made in the early 1950s. See Jim Rayburn on horseback and Goldbrick cooking up a Wrangler's Breakfast! Also features the Rary Mountain Boys performing at Frontier.

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                • Garden of the Gods


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                  Sunrise time lapse at Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, CO

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                  • Bigwigs & Benefactors of the Pikes Peak Region: Howbert vs. Waite and American Indians & Tourism


                    from PPLD TV / Added

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                    William G. Thomas: Howbert, Waite, & the Ladies: The Colorado Gubernatorial Election of 1894 Characterized by those who knew him as a quiet, modest man whose positive contributions to Colorado Springs and El Paso County were eclipsed only by Gen. William Jackson Palmer, Irving Howbert has been either largely ignored or roundly vilified by many modern local historians primarily because of his stubborn defense of the actions of the Colorado Volunteer Cavalry at Sand Creek. Sand Creek notwithstanding, Irving Howbert was a man of many accomplishments whose abundant contributions to regional politics, business, culture, and natural environment helped build Colorado Springs. This presentation will also discuss one of his most interesting achievements, and one that he was most proud of, his role in the defeat of Populist Governor Davis H. Waite in the 1894 election. Erinn M. Barnes: Unwitting Benefactors: American Indians & Tourism in the Pikes Peak Region No stranger to the bloody and often brutal process of Indian removal, the Pikes Peak region had made it clear in the years following the gold rush that American Indians were not welcome residents. By 1867, the vibrant native populations along the Front Range had been forced far from home, most to reservations in Oklahoma and Montana. Conspicuously and purposefully absent from the region, American Indians reemerge in earnest around the turn of the century; not as residents, but as objects of tourism. This paper will examine the latent tension of this seemingly contradictory relationship, and the American Indian’s role as unwitting benefactors of the region’s tourist economy.

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                    • February


                      from Sean Leonard / Added

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                      From Colorado, Georgia, and Louisiana a few clips from February. Iphone6 and c100

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