Earlier this week, Miami International Airport shared a very short pattern of the longer reels of film clips now displaying on old-fashion flight show video display units in Concourse F on the airport.
The reels have been put together through the Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives at Miami Dade College and the reel full of celebrities arriving at MIA from the 1950s via the Eighties is specially amusing to observe.
Looks for Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner, Liberace, Ed Sullivan, Susan Hayward, The Beatles, Bob Hope, Jane Mansfield, Eleanor Roosevelt, Spiderman, Sylvester Stallone, and Elizabeth Taylor, among others.
By showing this reel of clips – and the other beneath, “We are hoping that passengers and airport group of workers could be thrilled to see how the airport and metropolis appeared years ago. It’s a real deal with to ponder, thru those snap shots, that Miami has a long records of aviation and airports, specifically while you recollect that Miami is a surprisingly younger town – based in 1896,” stated Gendry Sherer, MIA Fine Arts and Cultural Affairs Director, “Also, I assume it’s quite enjoyable to look for instance the Beatles, Frank Sinatra and these kind of different celebrities arriving and departing from MIA, however most thrilling is just seeing everyday humans at the airport or seeing families experience a day on the beach – regular activities locals and vacationers nonetheless enjoy today.”