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Home movie - a visit to the Miami Sequarium, early 1960's
POV audience bleachers - white dolphins jumping out of the water for hand held treats. Various dolphin tricks at the oceanarium.
Penguin exhibit, sea otters swimming around, spinning and standing up in the water. CU sea otter looking through chain link fence.
Woman sitting on a fake alligator posing for the camera
Shots of various critters at the Miami Seaquarium - a large green lizard, people feeding the peacocks, peacock with its feathers spread open.
Seaquarium worker standing above large pool and throwing food into the water as dolphins start jumping up, swim backwards, and spin for the audience.
Next segment. Int. shots family at home. Little boy showing off a toy saw from the Handy Andy Tool Set.
Two older women and man, most likely grandmas and grandpa, sitting watching as little boy plays with new toys.
WS family seated on couch with little boy in cowboy hat and holding a football. A bunch of new toys spread out on coffee table in front of them.
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