Filmes Produced

1. “Weekend Warriors“. September 1958. 30 minutes, 16mm color/sound. NAS Oakland and VS-872, U. S. Naval Reserve. Documentation of a summer “cruise” deployment to NAS Sandpoint, Seattle. Transferred to 3/4″ video.

 

2. “The Changing Face“. January 1962. 17 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. News and Publications Department, Stanford University. A look at the state of the University for alumni relations. Written by Leo Geier, narrated by John Dodds.

 

3. “The Challenging Era“. September 1962. 28 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. University Relations Department, Stanford University. An updated expansion of “The Changing Face”, produced for fund-raising during the PACE campaign. Written by Leo Geier, narrated by John Dodds.

 

4. “USA-USSR International Track Classic“. March 1963. 27 1/2 minutes, 16mm  color/sound. Department of Athletics, Stanford University. A thorough, exciting documentary of this memorable sporting event. Written and narrated by Don Klein, photographed by J. Douglas Allen and Dick Keeble.

 

5. “Swimming Loops“. June 1963. 10 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Track and Field News. A series of silent loops, reduced to 8mm, on various swimming strokes for instructional purposes. Directed by Nort Thornton.

 

6. “Stanford for You“. September 1963. 15 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Department of Athletics, Stanford University. A recruiting film presenting a mixture of Stanford’s academic and athletic facilities. Written by Bob Murphy, narrated by Don Klein.

 

7. “The Last Frontier“. October 1962. 30 minutes, B&W/sound. A BBC-produced documentary for the Traveler’s Tales series from an idea, footage, and sound supplied by J. Douglas Allen.

 

8. “AirBorne Control“. December 1963. 12 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Hiller Aircraft Company/USGS. An explanation of helicopter/DME operations to plot sub-control points in topographic mapping. Written by John Straubel, narrated by Ed Brady.

 

9. “The Worlds Within“. April 1964. 21 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Atomic Energy Commission. A documentary on the purpose of SLAC and the progress of its construction. Written by Leo Geier, narrated by Ed Brady.

 

10. “Rhythmic Ball Exercises“. April 1964. 10 minutes, 16mm color/sound. An instructional film presenting a Finnish exercise/coordination program for women’s athletic departments. Written and narrated by Barbara Helsingius.

 

11. “Fabrication of the Accelerator Structure“. September 1964. 43 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Atomic Energy Commission. A detailed documentation of the construction of the two-mile-long accelerator structure.   Narrated by Fred Wilcox.

 

12. “OH-5A“. September 1964. 7 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Hiller Aircraft Company. A persuasion film for the final presentation to the U.S. Army light observation helicopter selection board. Written by George Browne, narrated by Ed Brady.

 

13. “Lennox-SCSD“. October 1964. 15 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Lennox Industries.

An interim film showing Lennox Industries’ participation in the School Construction Systems

Development (SCSD) project at Stanford University. Written and narrated by Ted Gillis.

 

14. “SLAC Girder Manufacture“. November 1964. 20 minutes, 16mm color/silent.

Stanford Linear Accelerator, Atomic Energy Commission. A historical record of the

assembly operations required for the accelerator structure’s forty-four foot support

girders.

 

15. “M.A.C. II“. February 1965. 15 minutes, 16mm color/silent. Materials Analysis Company.

A series of silent films on X-ray spectrometer assembly and operation.

 

16. “Unlimiteds“. March 1965. 28 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Harrah’s Club/Bardahl Oil

Company. A documentary of the 1964 Harrah’s Cup Unlimited Hydroplane Races at Lake

Tahoe, California. Written and narrated by Phil Cole.

 

17. “SL-4“. April 1965. 8 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Hiller Aircraft Company.

A marketing film showing the capability of the Hiller SL-4 helicopter. Written by

George Browne, narrated by Ed Brady. Also released with Spanish narration.

 

18. “SCSD“. July 1965. 28 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Educational Facilities Laboratory,

Ford Foundation. An interim presentation of the construction of the SCSD building on the

Stanford campus. Written by Christopher Arnold, narrated by Fred Wilcox.

 

19. “Marshlands“. September 1965. 11 minutes, 16mm color/sound. David Gialdini and

Gary Riopelli. A documentary of the San Francisco Bay marshlands for elementary school

distribution. Editing and final production only.

 

20. “Fences are for Those who do not Fly“. February 1966. 20 minutes, 16mm color/

sound.  A professional “home movie” for Harry Combs, showing his Sleeping Indian Ranch

in Southwestern Colorado. Edited to the music of “The Big Country”.

 

21. “Executive to Baja“. May 1966. 12 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Hiller Aircraft

Company. A soft-sell marketing film of the Hiller FH-1100 helicopter, showing its use on

an Erle Stanley Gardner expedition to Baja California. Written by John Straubel, narrated

by Ed Brady.

 

22. “Those Magnificent Men … “. May 1966. 6 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Filper Research.

A presentation to the Board of Directors on the progress of the Filper Beta 200 helicopter. Cut

to the music of “Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines”.

 

23. “The Sky is Yours“. September 1966. 27 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Produced on

speculation, television rights bought by Champion Spark Plug Company for the “Learn to Fly”

program. A presentation of the world of general aviation: who, where, when, why, and how

people fly private aircraft. Written by Bob deRoos, narrated by David McElhatton. A Chris

Award winner.

 

24. “SLAC Orientation“. May 1967. 20 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Stanford Linear

Accelerator Center, Atomic Energy Commission. An introduction to SLAC. Written and

narrated by Douglas Dupen.

 

25. “Heliporter“. May 1967. 16 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Intermountain Aviation, Inc.

A marketing film for the performance and capabilities of Intermountain’s Fairchild Hiller

heliporters. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

26. “Research and Development“. July 1967. 14 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

Intermountain Aviation, Inc. A presentation of the R&D facilities and activities at

Marana Air Park.

 

27. “The Flight of Bluebird II“. October 1967. 26 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

Piper Aircraft Company. A soft-sell marketing film of the turbo-charged Twin

Comanche, showing the adventures of six people flying around South America.

Narrated by David McElhatton. Also released with Spanish narration. Transferred

to 3/4” video.

 

28. “Fairchild Hiller Heliporter“. December 1967. 13 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

Fairchild Hiller. A shortened version of Intermountain’s “Heliporter” for Fairchild Hiller

marketing purposes.

 

29. “Beta 400“. January 1968. 6 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Filper Research. A

convention display film for the Helicopter Association of America convention.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

30. “FH-1100“. May 1968. 18 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Fairchild Hiller Corporation.

A marketing film presenting the FH-1100 helicopter from Canada to Mexico. Also

released with Spanish narration.

 

31. “Steel Bands of Friendship“. September 1968. 28 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

A report to Sr. Miguel Aleman of Erle Stanley Gardner’s trip through Mexico by railroad.

Narrated by Erle Stanley Gardner. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

32. “P.C.C.” October 1968. 8 1/2 minutes, 16mm B&W/sound. Peninsula Children’s Center.

A fund-raising documentary about autistic children. Narrated by Tennessee Ernie Ford.

Transferred to 3/4″ video.

 

33. “For the First Manned Moon Orbit“. July 1969. 16 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

Santa Clara Chorale. An inspirational documentary using NASA footage from Apollo

flights 8, 9, and 10 in juxtaposition with the 100-voice Santa Clara Chorale singing the

specially-composed work for chorale and orchestra, “For the First Manned Moon Orbit”.

Transferred to 3/4″ video.

 

34. “Coaxial Connector Contacts“. September 1969. 14 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

Raychem Corporation. A sales orientation/training film demonstrating the various tools

used to connect coaxial contacts onto coaxial cable. Narrated by Fred Wilcox.

 

35. “Total Air Support for Remote Operations“. October 1969. 26 1/2 minutes,

16mm color/sound. Intermountain Aviation, Inc. A corporate capability film showing

Intermountain’s aircraft and capability spectrum under actual operating conditions

from Mexico to Alaska’s North Slope. Later re-edited to 22 minutes and reduced

to Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

36. “A Total Spectrum of Diversified Competence“. November 1969. 9 1/2 minutes,

16mm color/sound. Intermountain Aviation, Inc. A comedy of errors collected while

filming past productions. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

37. “The Flight of Bluebirds II“. June 1970. 14 minutes, 16mm color/sound. A documentary

of the wedding of Kathryn and Linden Blue at Palmilla, Baja California, presented to the Blues

as a wedding gift. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

38. “Summer School at SRI“. August 1970. 14 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound. Stanford

Research Institute. An unusual documentary about children and computers. Photographed

by Bill Harris, written and narrated by Adrienne Kennedy.

 

39. “Colorado and Western Properties Corporation“. March 1971. 25 minutes, 16mm

color/sound. A financial public relations film presenting the corporate holdings and future

plans of Neal and Linden Blue.

 

40. “The Six or Seven Lives of Erle Stanley Gardner“. May 1971. 52 1/2 minutes,

16mm color/sound. A television special produced on speculation, presenting the dynamic

life of the famous mystery writer. Written by Robert deRoos. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

41. “Quality Without Compromise“. October 1971. 23 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound

and Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. A corporate

capability film documenting Evergreen’s aircraft and crews operating from California

to Alaska. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

42. “Helicopter Operations in Forest Management“. November 1971. 17 1/2 minutes,

16mm color/sound and Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. A

sales promotion film presenting Evergreen’s capability in all phases of forest management

operations. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

43. “Learjet Country“. September 1972. 14 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound and Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Gates Learjet Corporation. A corporate image film presenting the

integrity built into Learjet aircraft. Narrated by David McElhatton. Transferred to 3/4”

video.

 

44. “Caribou“. November 1972. 8 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound and Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Intermountain Aviation, Inc. An aircraft capability film

demonstrating three different operations performed in one day by Intermountain’s

Caribou: cargo dropping, passenger hauling, and smokejumping. Narrated by

David McElhatton. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

45. “Twin Otter“. November 1972. 9 minutes, 16mm color/sound and Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Intermountain Aviation, Inc. An aircraft capability film

showing passenger and cargo hauling to Indian Creek, Idaho, for a float trip down

the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Narrated by David McElhatton. Transferred

to 3/4” video.

 

46. “Safety First“. December 1972. 14 minutes, 16mm color/sound and Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. An instructional film to teach

personnel how to operate safely around helicopters. Narrated by David McElhatton.

Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

47. “Quality With Compromise“. December 1972. 5 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. A collection of goofs and other humorous scenes filmed

during past productions.

 

48. “Raychem in Response“. February 1973. 16 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound and

Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Raychem Corporation. A corporate capability film

presenting the complete spectrum of production, marketing, and research and development.

Narrated by Robin King. Also with German and Spanish tracks.  Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

49. “A Man, a Plane, and a Dream“. March 1973. 28 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound.

Piper Aircraft Corporation. The story of Elgen Long’s record-making flight around the

world over both poles in a Piper Navajo. Photographed by Elgen Long and J. Douglas

Allen. Narrated by David McElhatton. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

50. “Marana Air Park“. May 1973. 16 1/2 minutes, 16mm color/sound and Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Intermountain Aviation, Inc. A facility film about the many

support functions and capabilities of Marana Air Park. Narrated by David McElhatton.

Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

51. “Helicopter Logging“. May, 1973. Twelve minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Evergreen Helicopters. A marketing film showing

S-64 and S-61 helicopters performing logging operations. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

52. “Learjet World“. September 1973. 20 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A corporate capability

film presenting current Learjet models operating in the United States, Europe, and South

America; and introducing the new Learjet model 35/36. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

53. “Learjet Age“. September 1974. 19 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A corporate capability

film showing the series 35/36 as an available product, extending the Learjet family of

aircraft. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

54. “Evergreen Helicopters: Total Capability“. January 1975. 19 minutes. 16mm color/

sound and Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. A corporate

capability film presenting Evergreen’s complete spectrum of aviation support operations

throughout the world.  Narrated by David McElhatton. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

55. “Cargomasters to the World“. February 1975. 16 1/2 minutes. 16mm color sound and

Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Alaska International Air, Inc. A corporate capability

film documenting AIA’s Hercules C-130 operations in Alaska, the Middle East, and Africa.

Narrated by David McElhatton. Transferred to 3/4” video.

 

56. “A Plane for All Reasons“. October 1975. 20 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A marketing film on the

Models 24, 25, and 35. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

57. “Evergreen Helicopters: Heavy Lift“. December 1975. 20 minutes. 16mm color/sound

and Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. A marketing film on the

heavy lift capabilities of the spectrum of Evergreen’s helicopters. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

58. “Neverseen Helicopters“. December 1975. 7 minutes. 16mm color/sound and videotape.

Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. A spoof using documentation footage of past operations.

 

59. “Evergreen Helicopters: Total Support for Petroleum Operations“. January 1976.

15 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape.

Evergreen Helicopters. A helicopter marketing film aimed at the petroleum industry.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

60. “The Learjet Way“. April 1976. 16 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A product development

and support film showing the emphasis Learjet puts into research and development.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

61. “Partners in Progress“. May 1976. 15 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound and Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Alaska International Industries. A corporate capability film showing

Alaska International Air, Alaska Construction, and Weaver Brothers Trucking. Narrated by

David McElhatton.

 

62. “The Flight of 200Y“. September 1976. 28 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A documentation of the

record-setting flight of the Learjet 36 flown around the world by Arnold Palmer, Jim Bir,

and Bill Purkey. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

63. “Rosenbalm Aviation“. November 1976. 18 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound.

Rosenbalm Aviation, Inc. A marketing film presenting the cargo hauling capabilities

of Rosenbalm Aviation. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

64. “Evergreen International“. April 1977. 18 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Evergreen International Air. A marketing film

showing the complete spectrum of aircraft passenger and freight hauling capabilities of

Evergreen. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

65. “Learjet Country ’77“. September 1977. 16 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A corporate capability

film presenting the status of Gates Learjet. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

66. “The Longhorn Learjets“. June 1978. 21 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. An introduction to

Learjet models 28 and 29. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

67. “Freedom“. September 1978. 9 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A very soft-sell

emotional experience involving Learjets 25 and 35 cut to the music of John Denver’s

“The Eagle and the Hawk”; and a Learjet 35 in Arizona’s spectacular scenery cut to

the music of Tomita’s “Firebird”. Aviation and Space Writers Motion Picture Award.

Transferred to 2″ video, dubbed to Betacam and 3/4″ video.

 

68. “Longhorn Newsreel“. September 1978. 4 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound and

Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes. Gates Learjet Corporation. An NBAA newsreel

showing recent developments at Learjet. Narrated by David McElhatton. Transferred to

3/4” video.

 

69. “Learjet 55: Elevator Assembly“. January 1979. 7 hours. Gates Learjet Corporation.

A 3/4” videotape training presentation of each step in the production of a Learjet 55

elevator assembly.

 

70. “12:26.7“. April 1979. 12 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound and videotape. Gates Learjet

Corporation. A documentation of the Learjet Model 29 setting four world’s records with

Neil Armstrong at the controls. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

71. “Total Aviation Support“. May 1979. 21 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Office of Aircraft Services, Department of the

Interior. A public relations film on the support operations of OAS, documenting interesting

and unusual flight operations in the continental United States, Alaska and Hawaii.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

72. “Longhorn 50 Series: First and Second Flights“. June 1979. 10 minutes. 16mm

color/sound, Super 8mm in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet

Corporation. A record of the first and second flights of the Learjet Model 55, with

observations by the test pilot aboard.

 

73. “It’s About Time“. September 1979. 13 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. An institutional soft-

sell film on the advantages of business jet travel. Music by Catherine Grow, narrated by

David McElhatton.

 

74. “The True Companion“. June 1980. 8 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A persuasion

film about the Learjet 35 as the Air Force CTA trainer. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

75. “Special Missions Learjets“. July 1980. 10 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. An aircraft capability

film on the advantages of using the Learjet 35/36 as a special missions aircraft.

 

76. “A Learjet Future“. September 1980. 16 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm

in Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A corporate capability

film showing current Learjet models, introducing the Learjet 55, and presenting new Learjet

facilities. Music by Catherine Grow, narrated by David McElhatton.

 

77. “A Matter of Time“. October 1980. 14 minutes. 16mm color/sound, Super 8mm in

Fairchild 70 cassettes, and videotape. Evergreen International Air. A corporate capability

film showing the range and depth of fixed-wing and helicopter aircraft support capabilities.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

78. “Learjet Safety of Flight“. April 1981. 30 minutes. 16mm color/sound. Gates Learjet

Corporation. A compilation of footage from many sources for use in the Learjet “Checklist

’80” program.

 

79. “J.E.T.“. September 1981. 12 minutes. 16mm color/sound and videotape. Jet Electronics

and Technology Incorporated. A corporate relations film on the products and capabilities of

J.E.T. Music by Catherine Grow, narration by David McElhatton.

 

80. “Lear Fan: Aircraft of the Future“. September 1981. 10 minutes. 3/4″ videotape

production from 35mm Astrovision and 16mm transferred to 3/4” video. Lear Fan Limited.

An introductory film to the new Lear Fan. Music by Catherine Grow, narration by David

McElhatton.

 

81. “Lear Fan: The Facts“. January 1982. 15 minutes. 3/4” videotape production from

16mm and 35mm transfers. Lear Fan Limited. A comprehensive marketing film for the

Lear Fan, showing all of its unique features. Music by Catherine Grow, narration by

David McElhatton.

 

82. “Learjet: Standard of Excellence“. September 1982. 14 minutes. 16mm color/sound

and videotape. Gates Learjet Corporation. A corporate relations film presenting the latest

developments at Learjet. Music by Catherine Grow, narrated by David McElhatton.

 

83. “New Horizons“. September 1982. 10 minutes. 16mm color/sound and videotape.

Beech Aircraft Corporation. A non-verbal look at the past, present, and future of

Beechcraft, cut to music by Catherine Grow.

 

84. “Clay Lacy Aviation“. September 1982. 8 minutes. 3/4” videotape production from

available tapes and 35mm Astrovision. Clay Lacy Aviation. A marketing film showing the

FBO, charter, and Astrovision capabilities of Clay Lacy Aviation. Narrated by Fred

Hamilton.

 

85. “The Efficiency of Quality“. May 1983. 13 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound and

videotape.  Beech Aircraft Corporation. A public relations film stressing the military use

of Beech aircraft and services. Music by Catherine Grow, narration by Scott Beech.

 

86. “News Release NBAA 1983“. September 1983. 15 minutes. 16mm color/sound and

videotape. Beech Aircraft Corporation. The first announcement of Starship One by Linden

Blue. Produced for the NBAA in Dallas on October 2, 1983. Lip sync with Linden Blue,

music by Catherine Grow.

 

87. “Into the Future“. September 1983. 13 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound and videotape.

Beech Aircraft Corporation. A corporate capability film showing the facilities, products,

and services of Beechcraft. Music by Catherine Grow, narrated by David McElhatton.

 

88. “Starship One“. September 1983. 4 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound as well as 1”

ideotape production. Beech Aircraft Corporation. A dramatic presentation of Starship

One from Astrovision taken on its eighth flight, cut to music by Catherine Grow.

 

89. “N66FE“. September 1983. 6 minutes. 3/4” videotape production from 35mm

Astrovision.  Clay Lacy Aviation. A glamorous presentation of Learjet 35 N66FE

inflight at sunset, cut to stock music.

 

90. “Beech 997A Target Missile“. April 1984. 10 minutes. 3/4” videotape production.

Beech Aerospace. A documentation of the BQM-PI target missile competition for the

U.S. Navy at Pt. Mugu, California. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

91. “Time“. September 1984. 16 1/2 minutes. 16mm color/sound and videotape. Beech

Aircraft Corporation. An institutional persuasive film presenting the advantages of

turboprop business travel. Music by Catherine Grow, narration by David McElhatton.

 

92. “Starship Newsreel“. September 1984. 10 minutes. 16mm original and 1” videotape

production. Beech Aircraft Corporation. A look at the Starship program for the 1984

NBAA. Written by Mike Potts, narrated by Karl Berg.

 

93. “Starship Newsreel: The Future Evolving“. May 1985. 12 minutes. 16mm and

35mm Astrovision cinematography and 1” videotape edit. Beech Aircraft Corporation.

Written by J. Douglas Allen and Mike Potts, narrated by David McElhatton. A Starship

program update for the Paris Air Show 1985.

 

94. “Prescott Pusher“. August 1985. 12 minutes. Betacam videotaping, 1” videotape edit.

Prescott Aeronautical. Written by J. Douglas Allen and Steve Caine, lip sync sound by

Linden Blue. A marketing film of the Prescott Pusher aircraft for the Oshkosh, Wisconsin

1985 EAA air show.

 

95. “Starship Newsreel: The Future Evolving“. September 1985. 12 minutes. 16mm

cinematography, 1” videotape edit. Beech Aircraft Corporation. Written by J. Douglas

Allen and Mike Potts, narrated by David McElhatton. A revised update of the Starship

program for the NBAA convention 1985.

 

96. “Starship Newsreel: The Future Evolving“. December 1985. 12 minutes. 16mm

cinematography, 1” video-tape edit. Beech Aircraft Corporation. Written by J. Douglas

Allen and Mike Potts, narrated by David McElhatton. A final revised update of the Starship

program prior to first flight in 1986.

 

97. “Charlie Bell – Cowboy“. February 1986. 26 minutes. 3/4” and Betacam videotaping

by J. Douglas Allen. Square House Museum, Panhandle, Texas. Post production by

Bernetta Communications, Amarillo, Texas.

 

98. “Serenity“. June 1986. 13 minutes. Betacam videotaping and Betacam to 1” video

editing. A “home movie” for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taubman of their home in Atherton,

California, cut to the music of “Songs of the Seashore”.

 

99. “Sierra Pacific“. June 1986. 17 minutes. 16mm cinematography and Betacam

videotaping. 16mm A&B roll editing, transfer to 1″, and video editing from 3/4″,

Betacam, and 1”.  Sierra Pacific Airlines. A corporate capability presentation.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

100. “GA Technologies“. September 1986. 10 minutes. Betacam videotaping and

editing. GA Technologies. A corporate capability video of the wide spectrum of GA

Technologies.  Narrated by David McElhatton. Also with Chinese, and Japanese narration.

 

101. “HTGR History“. September 1986. 10 minutes. Betacam videotaping and editing.

GA Technologies. A review of high temperature, gas-cooled reactor development.

Narrated by David McElhatton. Also with Chinese and Japanese narration.

 

102. “MHTGR“. September 1986. 10 minutes. Betacam videotaping and editing. GA

Technologies. A marketing videotape about the modular HTGR nuclear reactor.

Narrated by David McElhatton. Also with Chinese and Japanese narration.

 

103. “Fuel Manufacturing“. September 1986. 5 minutes. Betacam videotaping and

editing.  GA Technologies. A videotape to demonstrated the procedures involved in the

manufacture of nuclear fuel for the modular HTGR. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

104. “Into the Future“. November 1986. 12 minutes. Betacam videotaping and editing.

CMX Corporation. A videotape to show the steps between original cinematography and

a final video presentation, beginning with Astrovision photography of the SR-71 “Blackbird”;

film processing and transfer to 1″ video; a 3/4″ window dub; off-line, and CMX on-line

editing, and the final simulated commercial.

 

105. “Modular HTGR Experience Base“. March 1987. 15 minutes. Betacam videotaping

and editing. GA Technologies. A compilation of technology basic to the design of the modular

HTGR. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

106. “MHTGR” (short version). April 1987. 2 minutes. Betacam editing. GA Technologies.

A condensation of the modular HTGR video for distribution to TV stations. Narrated by

David McElhatton.

 

107. “Valsan“. May 1987. 15 minutes. Betacam videotaping and editing. Valsan Corporation.

A marketing presentation to promote Valsan modifications to owners of Boeing 727 aircraft.

Lip-sync with Bob Wagenfeld.

 

108. “NPR: New Production Reactor“. September 1987. 15 minutes. Betacam videotaping

and editing. GA Technologies. An informational film to promote the use of the modular HTGR

concept as a new production reactor. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

109. “Beechjet“. September 1987. 13 minutes. Betacam videotaping and editing, Astrovision.

Beech Aircraft Corporation. A marketing videotape to sell the Beechjet. Narrated by David

McElhatton.

 

110. “Beechcraft: Where New Ideas Take Flight“. September 1987. 10 minutes. Betacam

videotaping and editing, Astrovision. Beech Aircraft Corporation. A sales presentation to the

Beechcraft marketing force at the 1987 NBAA. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

111. “Helium Circulator Technology“. December 1987. 13 minutes. Betacam videotaping

and editing. GA Technologies. A video presentation documenting the experience base of the

modular HTGR helium circulator. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

112. “NPR Target Technology“. December 1987. 8 minutes. Betacam videotaping and editing.

GA Technologies. A video presentation to explain the viability of the modular HTGR as a new

production reactor as a result of target technology. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

113. “Friendship One” (crew version). March 1988. 78 minutes. Betacam videotaping,

Super Beta 1 editing. Friendship Foundation. A preliminary edit for the crew reunion of

Friendship One.

 

114. “Friendship One” (museum version). March 1988. 45 minutes. Betacam videotaping,

Super Beta I editing. Friendship Foundation. A presentation for Clay Lacy’s address at the

Museum of Flight.

 

115. “Friendship One“. May 1988. 74 minutes. Betacam videotaping and editing. Friendship

Foundation. An overview of the Friendship One record-breaking flight around the world for

kids. Edited from videotape shot by J. Douglas Allen, PM Magazine, Episode Inc, KTLA TV,

and Seattle and Wichita TV newscasts.

 

116. “General Atomics“. May 1988. 8 1/2 minutes. General Atomics. GA Technologies’

corporate capability presentation, edited for Russian viewing with a Russian narration

and GA logos.

 

117. “Predator“. May 1988. 3 1/2 minutes. Betacam, VHS, and Video-8 photography.

General Atomics. A presentation of the Predator aerial delivery system for the 1988

Air/Space Show at San Diego’s Brown Field. Narrated by J. Douglas Allen.

 

118. “Groundhog“. June 1988. 8 1/2 minutes. Video-8 photography bumped to Betacam for

editing. General Atomics. A marketing presentation for a low level nuclear waste disposal

system. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

119. “Canadian River Group“. July 1988. 6 hours. Video-8 documentation of surveyor Daryl

Schine presenting his views on surveying the Canadian River from Plemons to the Pampa Bridge

for the Texas Land Office.

 

120. “LAFORZA“. August 1988. 15 minutes. Betacam photography and editing. LAFORZA

Automobiles, Inc. Presenting the new LAFORZA automobile to prospective dealers. Narrated

by David McElhatton.

 

121. “LAFORZA ITALY“. September 1988. 13 minutes. Betacam photography and editing.

LAFORZA Automobiles, Inc. A documentation of the LAFORZA paint line at Pininfarina

in Torino, Italy, cut to the music of Vivaldi.

 

122. “Amelia“. January 1989. 11 hours. Betacam documentation of the undersea mapping of a

search area near Howland Island in the Pacific Ocean aboard a Scripps Institution vessel.

 

123. “General Atomics“. August 1989. 13 1/2 minutes. Betacam photography and editing.

General Atomics. A corporate capability video up-date presenting the wide range of

activities at General Atomics, including fission, fusion, super-conductivity, and manufacturing.

Narration by David McElhatton.

 

124. “Valsan/Federal Express“. September 1989. 6 minutes. Betacam documentation and

editing of the Valsan re-engine modification of a Federal Express Boeing 727 by Dynair

Corporation.

 

125. “Sequoyah“. October 1989. 8 minutes. Betacam photography and editing. Sequoyah

Fuels Corporation. A corporate capability video presenting the steps involved in

converting raw uranium ore into uranium hexafluoride. Narration by David McElhatton.

 

126. “Scottish Safari“. December 1989. 2 hours. Photographed in Video 8, edited in Super

Beta 1. A documentary edited from six hours of material shot on vacation in England and

Scotland in May, 1989.

 

127. “Dede and Mark are Married“. January 1990. 2 1/2 hours. Photographed in Video

8, edited in Super Beta 1. A wedding gift for Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brown of San Diego.

 

128. “Cryofracture“. February 1990. 7 1/2 minutes. General Atomics. A marketing

presentation for the demilitarization cryofracture process developed by General Atomics.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

129. “Fusion“. April 1990. 7 minutes. General Atomics Fusion Department. A video

presentation to bring the ITER Stage II to UCSD in San Diego. Narrated by David

McElhatton.

 

130. “Bodo and Zdenka“. 15 minutes. A momento of Bodo and Zdenka Bondzio’s trip

to the U.S. in March, 1990. Shot on Hi-8 and edited on Super Beta I enhanced. Cut to

music, transferred to VHS PAL for viewing in Germany.

 

131. “CLA90“. October 1990. 15 minutes. Clay Lacy Aviation. A marketing video for the

1990 NBAA in New Orleans. Original material in Hi8 and 3/4”. On-line to Betacam.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

132. “ITER-EDA“. February 1991. 10 minutes. Department of Interior. A promotional

video of the San Diego area to influence the ITER/EDA selection committee to chose San

Diego for its Phase II site. Photographed with Hi8. Off-line with Hi8, bumped to Betacam

SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by Timi Gustafson.

 

133. “Dorothea Winkelmeyer“. February 1991. 20 minutes. A nostalgic remembrance

of Dorothea’s visit to the Bay Area. Shot and edited in Hi8, transferred to PAL.

 

134. “MHR“. March 1991. 12 minutes. General Atomics. An in-depth look at the Modular

Helium Reactor and its inherently safe features and advantages. Original material in Hi8 and

Betacam, off-line with Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David

McElhatton.

 

135. “Luft-Bodo“. February 1991. 17 minutes. A humorous review of Bodo Bondzio’s

Seattle visit for a Lufthansa Astrovision shoot. Shot and edited in Hi8, transferred to PAL.

 

136. “Julie and Mark“. April 1991. Two hours. The wedding of Julie Wahlig and Mark

Allen.  Original in Hi8, edited on Hi8, transferred to VHS.

 

137. “UAV“. May 1991. 7 1/2 minutes. General Atomics. A look at the unmanned air vehicle

activities of General Atomics’ Advanced Technologies Division. Original material in Hi8, 8mm,

and 3/4”. Edited with Hi8. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

138. “Against All Odds“. May 1991. 10 minutes. Children’s Health Council. A fund-

raising presentation for the Children’s Health Council of Palo Alto. Shot in Hi8, off-line

in Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by Timi Gustafson.

 

139. “NPR“. September 1991. 13 1/2 minutes. General Atomics. A description of

features which can make the New Production Reactor inherently safe. Original material

in Hi8, Betacam, and D2. Off-line with Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

140. “Advanced Technologies“. September 1991. 13 1/2 minutes. General Atomics

Advanced Technologies. A capability video for the Advanced Technologies Division of

General Atomics.  Original material in Hi8 and Betacam. Edited with Hi8, bumped to

Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

141. “Tritium Production Capability“. November 1991. 9 1/2 minutes. General

Atomics.  An explanation of the program to prove the Modular High-Temperature

Gas-Cooled Reactor’s capability to produce tritium. Original material in Hi8, Betacam,

and D2. Off-line with Hi8. Bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by

David McElhatton.

 

142. “Prowler“. June 1992. 10 minutes. General Atomics Advanced Technologies.

A promotional video for the GA unmanned air vehicle. Shot and edited in Hi8.

 

143. “Magic Edge“. June 1992. 7 minutes. Magic Edge. An interim video to demonstrate

the Magic Edge experience to stockholders at the annual meeting. Shot and edited in Hi8.

 

144. “G2W“. September 1992. 9 minutes. Aviation Partners, Inc. A promotional video for

a winglet kit approved for the Grumman Gulfstream II. Astrovision footage edited to music.

 

145. “Parentmaking Educators’ Training Program“. October 1992. 6 hours. Children’s

Health Center. A training video to help educators teach parents how to raise their children.

Shot and off-lined in Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to Betacam SP.

 

146. “Luft-Bodo“. November 1992. 25 minutes. A humorous capture of Bodo Bonzio’s

visit to Seattle for a Lufthansa Astrovision shoot. Shot and edited in Hi8, dubbed to VHS

PAL.

 

147. “Sam Hanks“. November 1992. 2 hours. A remembrance of the life of Sam Hanks,

Indy race driver. Edited in Hi8 from video taken by Clay Lacy and Scott Patterson.

 

148. “Sierra Pacific“. November 1992. 25 minutes. Sierra Pacific Airlines. A corporate

capability video on Sierra Pacific’s flight operations for Morris Air. Shot and edited in Hi8.

 

149. “Plutonium Burning: The Non-Proliferation Opportunity“. January 1993. 17

minutes.  General Atomics. A video to inform members of Congress about the Modular

Helium Reactor’s potential to dispose of warhead plutonium while generating electricity.

Shot and off-lined in Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David

McElhatton.

 

150. “Cryofracture“. February 1993. 10 minutes. General Atomics. An up-date of the

cryofracture capability of General Atomics to destroy weapons. Shot and off-lined in Hi8,

bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

151. “GT-MHR“. April 1993. 13 minutes. General Atomics. A video introducing the

concept of the Gas Turbine Modular Helium Reactor. Shot and off-lined in Hi8, bumped

to Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

152. “401K“. September 1993. 45 minutes. Sierra Pacific Airlines. An information video

about the “401K” retirement plan to show employees outside the Tucson area. Shot and

edited in Hi8.

 

153. “Select Comfort Focus Group“. September 1993. 1 hour. B&B Associates.

Documentation of a focus group discussion of improvements to the Select Comfort

air mattress. Shot and edited in Hi8.

 

154. “Celebrating the Past; Building the Futures“. September 1993. 36:30. Children’s

Health Center. A large-screen inspirational presentation for the Past Presidents’ Banquet,

consisting of a series of interviews recorded in Hi8 and DAT audio with nostalgic interludes

edited to music. Hi8 off-line, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to Betacam SP.

 

155. “Law School Class of 1958 35th Reunion“. October 1993. 2 hours. Stanford

Alumni Association. A memoir of the 35th reunion of the Stanford Law School Class of

1958.  Recorded with 2 Hi8 cameras and DAT audio, edited in Hi8.

 

156. “GNAT-750“. December 1993. 10 minutes. General Atomics Advanced Technologies.

A video to influence the selection of GA’s GNAT-750 unmanned air vehicles for the Tier 1

program. Shot and edited in Hi8.

 

157. “Astrovision“. January 1994. 45 minutes. Clay Lacy Aviation. A marketing video for the

Astrovision air-to-air camera system, compiled from Astrovision footage taken over the years

and edited to Capital HiQ music. Hi8 off-line, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to Betacam

digital. Extended to 1 hour June 1994.

 

158. “Song Without Words“. March 1994. 13 1/2 minutes. A tribute to Andrea Segovia by

the classical guitarist Ray Reussner. Shot in Hi8 with 3 cameras, audio by Nagra DAT.   Still

pictures and video lighting by Ron May. Off-lined in Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line

to Betacam digital.

 

159. “Dexter ’91“. May 1994. 2 hours. A record of Diana and Philip Dexter’s 1991 visit to

California. Photographed and edited in Hi8, transferred to VHS PAL.

 

160. “Canadian River“. May 1994. 2 hours. An aerial record of the Canadian River area

under dispute with the State of Texas. Photographed in Hi8 from a helicopter, edited in Hi8,

copies in VHS.

 

161. “Advanced Technologies“. June 1994. 13 minutes. General Atomics Advanced

Technologies. A corporate capability video about defense-related activities. Shot in

Hi8, off-lined in Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David

McElhatton.

 

162. General Atomics“. July 1994. 13 minutes. General Atomics. A revised corporate

capability video covering the width and breadth of General Atomics’ products and

competence. Shot in Hi8 and Betacam, off-lined on Hi8, transferred to Betacam SP

for on-line to D2. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

163. “Islay“. November 1994. 3 hours, 15 minutes. A nostalgic documentary about four

days on the Isle of Islay in June 1994, during which 73 friends of Noddy and Graham

Broadbridge and Linn and David Bean celebrated Noddy and Linn’s 50th birthdays and

Graham and Noddy’s 25th anniversary. Recorded in Hi8, edited to Betacam SP, copies

in NTSC and PAL.

 

164. “Operations“. November 1994. 7 minutes. Aeronautical Systems, Inc. A presentation

of ASI’s GNAT-750 and Predator unmanned air vehicles for briefing purposes. Shot and

off-lined in Hi8, bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2.

 

165. “Predator Rollout“. September 1995. 45 minutes. Aeronautics Systems, Inc.

Documentation of ASI’s rollout of the Predator UAV at El Mirage, California.

Recorded in Hi8 with 2 cameras and DAT audio. Off-line in Hi8, bumped to

Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

166. “UAV“. November 1994. 10 minutes. Aeronautical Systems, Inc. An overview

of unmanned air vehicles produced by ASI. Shot and off-lined in Hi8, bumped to

Betacam SP for on-line to D2. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

167. “A Talk with Dr. Edward Teller“. February 1995. 45 minutes. General Atomics.

An interview of Dr. Edward Teller by Linden Blue regarding the state of nuclear power

in the world today. Recorded in Hi8 with 3 cameras and DAT audio.  Off-line in Hi8,

bumped to Betacam SP for on-line to D2.

 

169. “General Atomics” March 1995. 10 minutes. General Atomics. Off-line Hi8

PCM transfer of Vietnamese narration to match English narration. Transfer to VHS

NTSC and PAL for presentation at General Atomics in San Diego.

 

170. “Moya is 80!“. March 1995. 1 hour. A documentation of the gathering of Moya

Lear’s friends and fans to celebrate her 80th birthday. Photographed in Hi8.

 

180. “Power Play“. June 1995. 1 hour. Documentation of Robert Kent’s baseball season.

Photographer and edited in Hi8.

 

181. “Audissey” January 1996. Two hours. A docudrama of our trip from Texas to Palo Alto

in the summer of 1996 with Frank and Fran Rodriquez. Shot and edited on Hi8.

 

182. “In the Road!” January 1996. 30 minutes. Pheasant hunting with Rudi and Scott Brewster,

edited to music and lip-sync. Photographed and edited in Hi8.

 

183. “Spectrum Fanjet“, version #1. February 1996. Four minutes. Photographed and edited in

Hi8 with English narration for Linden Blue and the Colorado Jet Center.

 

184. “Come Fly with Me“. September, 1996. Ten minutes. A demo tape of the quality of the

XV-1000 digital Sony camera, produced for Tom Zwemke of Cessna Citation after a

Citation X Astrovision shoot. Edited to the music “Come Fly With Me”.

 

185. “Beyond and Back of Beyond“. October 1996. 4 1/2 minutes. A summary of our

vacation visit with Helen and Ben Shattuck and Stuart Quigg, shot in mDV and the first video

edited with the Plum non-linear computer editing system on the Gateway Pro-200 with

Windows 95.

 

186. “Kate and Bill“. November 1996. Two hours. A documentary of Bill Scott’s wedding to

Kate, and the following reception. Videotaped with the VX-1000 in mDV and computer edited,

then mastered to Hi8.

 

187. “On the Road!“. December 1996. One hour. A documentary of quail hunting in Texas

with Rudi and Gordi Brewster and Pope and Joan Atkins. Shot in mDV and computer edited.

 

188. “Rise … to the Occasion“. December 1996. 7 minutes. A video Christmas Card for Rise

Ochsner of her painting exhibit at Robert Mondavi Winery. Videotaped in mDV and computer

edited.

 

189. “Fansler’s Friends“. February 1997. 5 minutes. A stop motion animation of wooden

figures, cut to music for Teresa McWilliams for sales promotion. Videotaped in mDV and

computer edited.

 

190. “ASI Systems Video“. March 1997. Ten minutes. An orientation video about the ASI

Predator UAV. Shot in mDV and computer edited. Aeronautical Systems, Inc.

 

191. “SPARES“. March 1997. Thirteen minutes. A documentary on the General Atomics

“SPARES” program to catalogue and maintain spare parts for the U.S. Air Force’s F-16

aircraft. Shot in mDV and computer edited. Produced by Teri Sgamatto for General Atomics.

 

192. “Tribute to Segovia“. April 1997. Ten minutes. A Classic Arts Network presentation

of the classical guitarist Ray Reussner. Shot in mDV and computer edited.

 

193. “Jumo“. August 1997. Eight minutes. A promotional video on the Jumo diesel engine

as an aircraft engine. Shot in mDV and computer edited for Linden Blue and General Atomics.

 

194. “SETP“. August 1977. Four minutes. A video on the Predator for screening at the

Society of Experimental Test Pilots. Produced for Aeronautical Systems, Inc.

 

195. “Clay Lacy Aviation ’97.   September, 1997.  Twenty minutes.  A marketing video of

Clay Lacy Aviation’s capabilities, to present at the 1997 NBAA convention.  Shot in Hi8 and

mDV and computer edited.

 

196. “The Blue Angels“. October 1997. One hour. A documentary of the Blue Angels

demonstration during Fleet Week in San Francisco. Shot in mDV and computer edited.

 

197. “Homage to Segovia“. October 1997. Ten minutes. A Classic Arts Network presentation

of new footage by classical guitarist Ray Reussner. Shot in mDV and computer edited.

 

198. “Spectrum Fanjet“. October 1997. Four minutes. A re-edited version of “Spectrum

Fanjet”, version #1, with up-dated footage and a Chinese narration. Produced for Linden

Blue and the Colorado Jet Center.

 

199. “Home on the Range“. December 1997. One hour and forty-five minutes. A documentary

of our vacation at the Texas ranch in July of 1997. Shot in mDV and computer edited.

 

200. “The Beverley Project“. January 1998. Twelve minutes. A promotional video on ISL

uranium mining to inform Australian television audiences about the environmentally

beneficial method of in-situ leach mining. Produced for Heathgate Resources, a

division of General Atomics, to promote acceptance of their Beverley Project uranium

mining site.

 

201. “Spectrum Fanjet“. January 1998. Four minutes. Yet another up-dated version of

“Spectrum Fanjet”, this time with a Russian narration. Produced for Linden Blue and

the Colorado Jet Center.

 

202. “Come Fly With Me“. January 1998. Four minutes. Astrovision scenes of Barron

Hilton’s Cessna Citation inflight west from ABQ, computer edited to the music

“Come Fly With Me”. Produced for Clay Lacy.

 

203. “Friendship One“. February 1998. Thirty-five minutes. A re-edit of the original

Friendship One” (an hour and fifteen minutes long), for showing at the tenth reunion

of the record breaking flight at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.

 

204. “Boeing 737“. February 1998. Four minutes. Astrovision footage of a Boeing 737-600,

a Boeing 737-700, and a Boeing 737-800 in formation over central Washington, computer

edited to Vivaldi’s “Four Season’s”. Produced for David Longridge at Boeing Aircraft

Company.

 

205. “Astrovision ’98“.  March, 1998.  Seven minutes.  A marketing video for Clay Lacy

Aviation on the Astrovision system, including aerial footage taken through the system over

the last twenty-five years.  Edited to “Asturias”, by I. Albeniz, played by classical guitarist

Ray Reussner.

 

206. “The Bulls Championship“.  March, 1998.   Fifty-five minutes.  A documentary on

Steven Kent’s championship basketball game. Produced for the team members and parents.

 

207.  “Team Together Championship“.  March 1998.   One hour.  A documentary of

Robert Kent’s championship basketball game.  Produced for the team members and parents.

 

208.  “Friendship One“.  April 1998.   Twenty-seven and a half minutes.  A re-edit of

“Friendship One” for television format.  Produced for the Friendship Foundation for television

broadcast.

 

209.  “Friendship One 10th Reunion“.  April 1998.   One hour and seventeen minutes.

Documentation of the tenth anniversary reunion of the Friendship One Flight Around the

World for Kids, held at Seattle’s Museum of Flight on Tuesday, April 21st.  Produced for

the Friendship Foundation.

 

210.  “Bellair Block Party 1997“.  May, 1998.   Twenty-one minutes.  Documentation

of the 1997 block party held annually on Bellair Way.  Produced for presentation at the

1998 block party for the residents of Bellair Way.

 

211.  “Hedy McAdams – Teaching Nine of her Dances“.  May, 1998. Fifty-eight and

a half minutes.  An instructional video for line dancing.  Produced for dance instructor

Hedy McAdams.

 

212. “Zuni Frescos“.  May, 1998.  Forty minutes.  A documentary of the fresco Kachina

art in the Old Zuni Mission in Zuni, New Mexico.  History of the mission and the artwork by

Ken Seowtewa. Discussions with artist Alex Seowtewa.  Produced for Alex Seowtewa and

his family.

 

213.  “Mission San Antonio de Padua“.  June 1998.   Four minutes.  An art piece with

video of the Mission San Antonio de Padua near King City, California, edited to “Capricho

Catalan” by I. Albeniz, played by classical guitarist Ray Reussner.  Produced for Classic

Arts Television.

 

214. “First Flight“.  June 1998.  Four and 1/2 minutes.  Astrovision of the Boeing 737-800’s

first flight with Aviation Partners, Inc. winglets, May 29, 1998.  Edited to “Sonatina Allegretto”

by F. Moreno Torroba, played by classical guitarist Ray Reussner.  Produced for Boeing

Business Jets.

 

215.  “Cirrus Makes Aviation History“.  June, 1998.   Five minutes.  Astrovision of the Cirrus

parachute deployment and recovery at Thermal, California on June 24, 1998.  Edited to “Granada”,

by I. Albeniz, played by classical guitarist Ray Reussner.  Produced for Cirrus Design Corporation.

 

216.  “SETP ’98.”  July, 1998.  One minute.  A selection of ASI production and flight scenes cut

to music to present at the Society of Experimental Test Pilots meeting.  Produced for Aeronautical

Systems, Inc.

 

217.  Happy Anniversary, Ursula and Richard.  August, 1998.   Nineteen minutes.  A

compilation of twelve years of video edited to “Four Seasons” by Vivaldi as a tribute to the thirtieth

anniversary of Ursula and Richard Tracy.

 

218.  Clay Lacy Aviation ’98.  October, 1998.   Twenty minutes.  An update of the 1997

NBAA marketing video for Clay Lacy Aviation for the 1998 NBAA convention in Las Vegas.

 

219.  Astrovision ’99.  October, 1998.   Seven minutes.  An update of “Astrovision ’98” for

presentation at the 1998 NBAA convention in Las Vegas.

 

220.  “Whirly Girls.  November, 1998.   Twenty-five minutes.  A video for a presentation by

Jean Tinsley to an American Helicopter Society audience at Ming’s Restaurant in Palo Alto, CA,

on November 17, 1998.

 

221.  VBITS ’99, sequence #1.  March, 1999.   Two minutes fifty seconds.  Fawcette

Technical Publications.  An introductory video preceding the keynote speech on the opening

day of the VBITS ’99 conference at the Marriot Hotel in San Francisco, California on

March 2, 1999.

 

222.  VBITS ’99, sequence #2“.  March, 1999.   Two minutes fifty seconds.  Fawcette

Technical Publications. An introductory video preceding the welcome to the second day of

the VBITS ’99 conference at the Marriot Hotel in San Francisco, California on March 3, 1999.

 

223.  VBITS ’99, sequence #3.  March, 1999.   Two minutes fifty seconds.  Fawcette

Technical Publications. An introductory video preceding the welcome to the final day of the

VBITS ’99 conference at the Marriot Hotel in San Francisco, California on March 4, 1999.

 

224.  Alice in Wonderland.  June, 1999. One hour and twelve minutes.  A documentation

of the La Entrada musical production “Alice in Wonderland”.  Produced for my grandson Steven.

 

225.  SETP ’99.  July, 1999.  One minute.  General Atomics’ Aeronautics Systems, Inc.

A current selection of production and flight scenes cut to music for presentation at the Society

of Experimental test Pilots 1999 annual meeting.

 

226.  “Spring Creek Airshow“.  July, 1999.  Four and one-half minutes.   A documentation

of an acrobatic air show over the Spring Creek ranch house in Texas by Dr. Stephen Shoop

in his Marchetti airplane.  Produced for Dr. Stephen Shoop.

 

227.  “Borger Flying“.  July, 1999.  Twelve minutes.  A collection of historical 16mm

footage transfered to video of flying in 1942-1944 at Harnegal Field in Borger, Texas,

with fly-in breakfasts at the Allen Ranch.  Produced for Michaela Shoop to present at

the Borger Airport Air Show, August 1999.

 

228.  “Cecilia Chiang“.  September, 1999.   Fifteen minutes.  A montage of still photographs

edited to “Sentimental Journey”, followed by selected cuts from her 70th birthday party ten

years ago.  A gift to Cecilia Chiang at her 80th birthday party on September 18, 1999 at

Shanghai 1930 in San Francisco.

 

229.  “Bar Pilots Helicopter Support“.  September, 1999.  Nine minutes.  Evergreen

Helicopters, Inc.  A marketing video presenting the helicopter delivery of Columbia River

Bar Pilots to and from ships offshore.

 

230.  “Wright Award Presentation“.   December, 1999.  Five minutes forty-eight seconds..

Evergreen International Aviation.  A multi-screen presentation in two sections: “Sentimental

Journey“, three minutes eleven seconds of still pictures of famous people with Delford M. Smith,

Chairman of the Board of Evergreen International Aviation, cut to the music of “Sentimental

Journey”; and “Aircraft Serving Humanity“, two minutes thirty-seven seconds of the condensed

history of Evergreen International Aviation. Produced in honor of of the 1999 Wright Award

presentation to Delford M. Smith.

 

231.  “VBITS 2000“.  January, 2000.  Two minutes, thirty-seven seconds.  Mark Allen, Global

Staging, Inc.  An opening multi-screen video to wake up the audience at the opening day of the

VBITS conference at the San Francisco Marriot Hotel.  San Francisco and VBITS scenes cut

to up-beat music.

 

232. “Evergreen International Aviation“.   January, 2000.  Twenty-five minutes.  Evergreen

International Aviation.  A corporate capability video presentation introduced at the Helicopter

Association International in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 24-26, 2000, cut to music with subtitles.

 

233.  “Evergreen International Aviation 2000“.   March, 2000. Twenty-five minutes.

Evergreen International Aviation.  A corporate capability video presenting all of Evergreen’s

individual companies, as well as the Wright Award Presentation.  Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

234.  “LYNX SAR“.  April, 2000.   Seven minutes.  General Atomics.  A marketing video of the

LYNX synthetic aperture radar.   Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

235.  “Evergreen Helicopters“.   April, 2000. Three minutes, fifty-three seconds.  Evergreen

International Aviation.  A marketing video of Evergreen Helicopters, including an overview of

Evergreen International Aviation. Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

236.  “Evergreen International Airlines“.   April, 2000.  Four minutes, fifty-two seconds.

Evergreen International Aviation.  A marketing video for Evergreen International Airlines,

including an overview of Evergreen International Aviation.  Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

237.  “Evergreen Air Center“.   April, 2000.   Two minutes, thirty-seven seconds.  Evergreen

International Aviation.  A marketing video for the Evergreen Air Center at Marana, Arizona,

including an overview of Evergreen International Aviation.  Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

238.  “Evergreen Aviation Ground Logistics Enterprises“.   April, 2000. Three minutes,

fifty-one seconds.  Evergreen International Aviation.  A marketing video for Evergreen Aviation

Ground Logistics Enterprises (EAGLE), including an overview of Evergreen International Aviation.

Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

239.  “Evergreen Sales and Leasing“.   April, 2000.  Three minutes, forty-six seconds.

Evergreen International Aviation.  A marketing video for Evergreen Sales and Leasing (EASL),

including an overview of Evergreen International Aviation.  Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

240.  “Quality Aircraft Services“.   April, 2000.  Four minutes, thirty seconds.  Evergreen

International Aviation. A marketing video for Quality Aircraft Services, including an overview

of Evergreen International Aviation.  Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

241.  “Evergreen Agricultural Enterprises“.   April, 2000.  Three minutes, forty-five seconds.

Evergreen International Aviation.  A marketing video for Evergreen Agricultural Enterprises,

including an overview of Evergreen International Aviation.  Narrated by David McElhatton.

 

242.  LYNX.  April, 2000. Seven minutes.  General Atomics, Advanced Technologies Division.

A marketing video presenting General Atomic’s new LYNX Synthetic Aperture Radar. Narrated

by David McElhatton.

 

243. “Sears Tower Heavy Lift“. One hour. June, 2000.  Evergreen International Aviation.

Documentation of the heavy lift by an S-64 Skycrane of a new HDTV antenna to the top of

the Sears Tower in Chicago, the tallest building in the United States.

 

244.  “TRIGA”  July, 2000.   Seven minutes.  General Atomics. An informatiive CD to present

to the Princess of Thailand, describing TRIGA nuclear reactors around the world and the facts

concerning the one being constructed in Thailand.  Thai narration.

 

245.  “Bill Scott is 50“.  One hour.  A documentation of Bill Scott’s 50th birthday party.

 

246. “La Entrada Class of 2000 Graduation“.   Two hours, five minutes.  Documentation

of the graduation dance and ceremony of the La Entrada Class of 2000, starring Robert Kent.

 

247. “Lewis and Clark“.  Forty-five minutes. Documentation of the La Entrada play, Lewis

and Clark, with Steven Kent.  Videotaped by Denise Allen.

 

248.  “The Spruce Goose Move“.   Twenty-six minutes.  Evergreen International Aviation.

Documentation of moving the HK-1 “Spruce Goose” Flying Boat from temporary storage

at Evergreen to its new home at the Captain Michael King Smith Evergreen Aviation

Educational Institute on September 16, 2000.

 

249.  “A Walk Down Mammary Lane“.   Fifteen minutes.  A momento of the last weekend

of the year 2000, spent with the Shoops (Steven, Michaela, and Caelan), Steve’s sister Pamela

and her husband Terry Sweeney, and Steve’s mother Julie and her husband Bill Bergin at the

Bergin’s home in Mendocino.

 

250.  “Spring Creek Ranch … December 2000“. Thirty-one minutes. Documentation of a visit

to the Texas ranch with Roberta Miller and Lee Gates, including turkey-watching, antelope-chasing,

trap-setting, cattle-feeding, quail-hunting, and coyote-calling.

 

251.  The Rose Garden“.   Twenty-five minutes.  A documentation of the rose garden at Bobbi

and Guy Blase’s “Lalalink” home at Gualala, California, with Bobbi explaining the many individual roses.

Edited to lip-sync and music about roses.

 

252.  The Austin Powers Party.   Thirteen and a half minutes.  A memory preservation of the

Austin Powers party hosted by Tom and Jeanette Ramies, Glen and Jill Howard, and Andy and

Debbie Rachleff for 16 couples as a fund-raising event for the Portola Valley School District.

Edited from 231 individual .btm files scanned from 4X6 prints, to selected music from the sixties,

directed by Jeanette Ramies, music selection by Glen and Jill Howard.

 

253. Paul Bowen.  July, 2001.   Four and 1/2 minutes. Still photographer Paul Bowen

performing in the tail gunner’s position of a B-25, cut to the music of “Those Magnificent

Men in Their Flying Machines”.

 

254. Flight.  August, 2001.   Fifteen minutes.  A selection of some of the most memorable

Astrovision scenes photographed by J. Douglas Allen over the past 25 years, edited to music

into three sections: general aviation, military, and airlines.

 

255. Tucson Dove Hunt 2001.   September 2001.  Forty-five minutes.  Documentation

of the annual dove hunt in Tucson, Arizona starring Stuart Quigg, Mark Allen, Robert Kent,

Nigel Taverner, Mark Thorsrud, Bill and Sharon Demmons, Al and Jeanne Kirkland, Dan

and Michelle Harmony and family, J. Douglas Allen, and a cast of hundreds.  Highlighting the

once-in-a-lifetime downing of a dove by Mark Allen with his shotgun barrel.

 

256. Spring Creek School 101th Anniversary.   September 2001.  Forty-six minutes.

A documentation of the 101th anniversary of the founding of Spring Creek School in Hutchinson

County, Texas.

 

257.  The Six or Seven Lives of Erle Stanley Gardner.   October 2001. Fifty-two minutes.

A TV documentary of the life of the famous mystery writer and creator of Perry Mason, Erle

Stanley Gardner.  Written by Robert deRoos, produced by J. Douglas Allen.  A video re-edit

from recently transfered Betacam Digital from the ECO original of the 16mm motion picture

first edited in May, 1971.

 

258.  Merry Christmas.  December 2002. Two hours. A compilation of the best Christmas

video collected since 1978.

 

259.  The Evergreen Legacy.   January 2002.  Six minutes.  Evergreen historical footage

edited to a sound track provided by Evergreen Aviation for an awards ceremony for Delford Smith.

 

260.  Happy 50th Anniversary, Gar and Audrey.   February 2002.  Twenty-six minutes.

A presentation of still pictures and video edited to old sentimental music honoring fifty years of

marriage of Gar and Audrey Thorsrud.

 

261.  A Man, a Plane, and a Dream.   March 2002.  Twenty-eight minutes.  A re-make

of the 1976 16mm motion picture produced for Piper Aircraft about Elgen Long’s flight around

the world in a Piper Navajo. Edited from scene-by-scene video transfer from the original ECO

to Digital Betacam.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

262.  In Honor of Cecilia Chiang.   March 2002.  One hour twenty-four minutes.

A documentation of the dinner in tribute of Cecilia Chiang by the San Francisco Chinese

American School.  Videographed with a Sony DSR-PD-150 and edited in Adobe

Premiere 6.0.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

263.  General Atomics 2002.   April 2002.  Nine minutes.  A corporate capability

presentation of General Atomics including footage taken to date.  Narrated by David

McElhatton.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

264.  Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 717″.  May 2002.  Nine minutes.  Astrovision

footage of a Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 717 flying around the Hawaiian Islands in April

2001.  Edited to Hawaiian music. Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

265.  JARAMIES unveiled.  June 2002. Fifty-eight minutes.  A documentation

of the party at the Portola Valley Garage on June 1, 2002, unveiling the art of Jeanette

Ramies.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

266.  Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 767.   June 2002.  Nine minutes.  Astrovision

footage of a Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 767 flying around the Hawaiian Islands in May

2002.  Edited to Hawaiian music.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

267.  Cece and Jim“.  July 2002. One hour, ten minutes.  Documentation of the marriage

of Cece Blase and Jim Fleischman at the home of Guy and Bobbi Blase in Palo Alto,

California.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

268.  Reunion.  September 2002.   One hour, twenty minutes.  Documentation of the 53rd

reunion of the Pampa High School Class of 1949 at Pampa, Texas.

 

269.  Doug is 70!  October 2002.   One hour, fifteen minutes.  A documentary of the 70th birthday for

Douglas Allen at Bistro Don Giovanni in Napa Valley.  Video by Denise Kent.   Edited by Douglas Allen.

Mastered to mDV and DVD.  X-rated.

 

270. Temecula Valley Museum Erle Stanley Gardner Mystery Weekend.  November 2002.

One hour twenty minutes.  Documentation of this event for the Board of Directors of the museum.

 

271.  An Evening With Sam Hicks.   November 2002.  One hour twenty minutes.  An audio CD of

the “yarns” of Sam Hicks … mountainman, hunter, outfitter, bronkstomper … and the right hand man

of famous mystery writer Erle Stanley Gardner.

 

272.  Irish Odyssey.  March 2003.  Fifty-six minutes.  A documentary of Denise and Hal Kent’s visit

to Ireland in February 2003.  Video by Denise Kent.  Edited to Irish music by Douglas Allen and Denise

Kent.  Mastered to mDV and DVD.

 

273.  Menlo Atherton Big Band Dance 2003“.   March 2003.  One hour fifty-one minutes.  A

documentary of the Big Band music of the Menlo Atherton High School Band, directed by Frank Moura,

on March 7, 2003.  Produced for Robert Kent.  Video and editing by Douglas Allen.  Mastered to mDV

and DVD.

 

274.  M.A. vs Woodside JV Lacrosse.   May 2003.  One hour and twenty-five minutes.  A

documentation of the final lacross game of the 2003 season, starring Robert Kent.   Video by

Douglas Allen, edited by Douglas Allen.  Mastered to mDV and DVD.

 

275. Amelia Earhart Discovery.  June 2003.  Nine minutes.  A marketing presentation for the

Amelia Earhart Discovery LLC to encourage investors to participate in the next phase of the search

for Amelia Earhart’s airplane.  Edited by Douglas Allen.  Narrated by Dan Odum.  Produced for Elgen

Long and the Amelia Earhart LLC..  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

276.  TPR Fashion Show.  June 2003.  One hour and six minutes.  A documentary of The Peninsula

Regent’s 2003 Fashion Show on May 15, 2003.  Hosted by Mary Quinlan.  Video by Douglas Allen and

Hanafi Doud.  Edited by Douglas Allen.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.

 

277.  TPR Memorial Day.  June 2003.  Four minutes.  Capturing the essence of The Peninsula Regent’s

Memorial Day celebration on May 26, 2003, hosted by Mary Quinlan.  Video by Douglas Allen, editing by

Douglas Allen.  Mastered in mDV and DVD.