New York World’s Fair Memories Of 1964

2560. NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR MEMORIES OF 1964 (1963/1964-USA). PARTIAL COLOR. Two films: one made just before the fair opened in 1964; the other made just after the opening.
1. WORLD’S FAIR REPORT (1963). Lowell Thomas interviews Robert Moses, the force behind the fair, about the wonders coming to Flushing Meadows. We take a tour of the various exhibits under construction and preview a fair that Mr. Moses predicts will be bigger and better in every way.
2. TO THE FAIR (1964) COLOR. Everyone is coming to the New York World’s Fair, and here is a tour of the major pavilions you won’t want to miss! A nostalgic look backward for everyone who had the chance to attend, a fascinating glimpse of our mid-1960’s expectations of the future.
54 minutes total. Documentary