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9200 113th St. North
Seminole Fl. 33772
Jan 13, 2019 1:30 pm.
FBS member Lisa Bradberry is a Tampa Bay native and a graduate of Eckerd College in St. Petersburg. She is a lifelong movie buff with a special interest in movies made in Florida during the silent film era and during the early talkies era. As a film scholar, Lisa has received research credits or acknowledgements in a number of books, and has been interviewed on television programs such as Pinellas Past, Inside Pinellas, and Florida Crossroads. Lisa’s presentation will cover the history of film companies that traveled from the northern and Midwest states to Florida to make silent films during the winter months. Her presentation covers actors such as Theda Bara, Rudolph Valentino, Oliver Hardy, and W. C. Fields, who starred in films in Florida early in their careers before becoming famous. Her presentation also covers the role Florida played in early talking feature films.
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