Alaska Film Archives

[KTVF news stories, commercial outtakes, hang-gliding]
[KTVF news stories, commercial outtakes, hang-gliding]
Some segments of film contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on original film are given here in parentheses. This film contains outtake scenes from local Fairbanks commercials (title of segment is "Bloopers") (undated) (sound), views of a Winnebago vehicle equipped with broadcast gear and advertisements for Jim Thompson Ford driving around Fairbanks (segment is titled "Mini Winnie") (undated) (sound), time-lapse views of KTVF staff at work (segment is titled "Our Staff") (undated) (silent), a bride and groom, humorous scenes of a man on skis, an interview with a man at a softball game (untitled and undated segment) (silent and sound), and hang-gliders attempting to get airborne (August 27, 1975) (sound).
[KTVF commercial out-takes]
[KTVF commercial out-takes]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. Footage includes several segments of commercials for Tesco Lighting Center (one film segment was labeled "Alaska Press Club Category 37: Tesco Lighting Center: Entrant Gary B. Miller, Chief Photographer KTVF"), a sign for the Bentley Mall, several scenes used in commercials for The Book Bin, commercial out-takes for a pocket pager system (one is labeled "Randy - car"), a segment labeled "Austin Ward, Graphics" containing drawings of the pipeline terminal in Valdez, scenes used in commercials for Mt. McKinley Mutual Savings Bank, Ford dealer Ralph Seekins introducing a new car dealership in Fairbanks and explaining that it is not cheaper to buy a new automobile in Seattle or San Francisco, scenes used in commercials for Jackovich Tractor Equipment Company, Fairbanks Security Service, and Compeau's, scenes of people demonstrating snow blowers, security alarms, snowmachines, and a Bushman tracked vehicle, out-takes from a Mt. McKinley Mutual Savings Bank commercial, a man being interviewed about fire protection and insurance (identified in notes accompanying film as "Insurance Specialist Charlie Parr"), mechanics working on cars (scenes for "Pioneer Chevron" commercial), Ford dealer Ralph Seekins talking about the Ford Pinto Pony for the Jim Thompson Ford dealership, scenes used in commercials for Kobuk Tesoro stations, First Federal Savings and Loan, a radio station, and Sig Wold Storage and Transfer, Inc.