[Legislator Andy Warwick interviews fisherman Dick Eliason and pipeline worker]
Specific information noted on the original film is given here in parentheses. The film features a man (Andy Warwick) interviewing a fisherman (Dick Eliason) aboard a fishing boat, scenes of mountains and a bay, Sitka's shoreline in the distance, Alaska legislator Andy Warwick being interviewed, a man and a woman with a baby being interviewed in their home (Andy Warwick and wife Judy with reporter Larry), men talking about fisheries' issues in Alaska including the 200-Mile Limit (Andy Warwick and Dick Eliason aboard Eliason's boat), a man in a hardhat being interviewed about diesel fuel storage tanks made out of discarded sections of pipeline, and outtakes from Andy Warwick's campaign materials.
16mm film; color; sound
Fishing boatsFishingMountainsCoastlinesInterviewsPipelinesFuel tanks
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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