Local call number: V-216 EA039; S. 1239
Title: [Dragons of Paradise, Part I]
Date of film: December 5, 1977
Physical descrip: color; sound; Original film length: 28:20.
General note: This film is part one of a two-part program on Florida alligators. The film describes how the alligator survived for millennia, only to be hunted to near extinction in the 20th century. Several of Florida’s authorities on alligators, including Dr. Archie Carr of the University of Florida, Tommy Himes, David Deets of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission and alligator expert Ross Allen, provide enlightening information on Florida’s most famous and least understood native resident. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Series: WFSU-TV Films, 1960-1989
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