Description: SEPTEMBER 1969 APPROXIMATELY 300 FEET OF COLOR 16MM FILM COMPILED ON TO A 7 INCH REEL. RUN TIME: 8:35 MOST OF THE FOOTAGE ON THIS REEL IS THE SAME SECOND LINE PARADE, BUT APPEARS TO BE BROKEN UP BY OTHER PARADES, ALL FEATURING THE JOLLY BUNCH. IN MOST OF THE FOOTAGE, CLUB MEMBERS ARE SEEN WEARING MATCHING OUTFITS THAT INCLUDE A BLACK SHIRT, GRAY SLACKS, AND A GRAY HAT WITH BLACK BAND. THEY CARRY DECORATED UMBRELLAS, FANS AND BASKET AND MARCH WITH THE OLYMPIA BRASS BAND . BRIEF SEQUENCES SHOW THE CLUB MEMBERS WEARINGS OTHER COLORED, MATCHING OUTFITS WHICH MAY BE DIFFERENT DIVISIONS OF THE CLUB OR A DIFFERENT PARADE DATE. ONE MAN, WEARING A PINK SHIRT AND MAROON SLACKS, IS SEEN ON HORSEBACK.
Keywords: marching band
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