Sample Video Clips

Welcome to the Family Legacy Video Theatre™!

Here you can enjoy sample clips from some of the many custom personal legacy videos created by Family Legacy Video® – and imagine what Family Legacy Video® can do for you!

Video Clips

We Had A Dreary Passage

George Tullock emigrated from Scotland to the U.S. in 1839. In this video biography clip, George’s great-granddaughter and a narrator reading from George’s diary describe his journey.
Running Time: 5 min. 54 sec.

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I Thoroughly Enjoyed Being A Port Commissioner

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Isabelle Lamb began her remarkable life on a farm in Quebec, Canada. She pursued a business career that led her to the presidency of an international company. She also became the first woman elected as a port commissioner for the Port of Grays Harbor – a story she recounts here.
Running Time: 8 min. 6 sec.

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American Mining Hall of Fame 2015

Each year, the American Mining Hall of Fame, sponsored by the Mining Foundation of the Southwest, inducts a group of mining pioneers. The 2015 inductees were introduced at the awards banquet via this video – a great example of how Family Legacy Video’s expertise extends from individuals and families to foundations, businesses, and other organizations.
Running Time: 8 min.

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Charlie Thomas: Collector

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Charlie Thomas made his fortune as an automobile dealer. Now he collects the cars he couldn’t afford when he was just starting out. In this excerpt from his personal video biography, he shows off his favorites.
Running Time: 10 min. 13 sec.

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A Fair Experience

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Fresh out of high school, Marion Jones and a friend travel from Michigan to New York City to experience the wonders of the 1939 World’s Fair – and to enjoy a “Big Apple” experience.
Running Time: 2 min. 50 sec.

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A Toad Story

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Brothers Pren & Will Sawyer share a childhood memory revolving around their family’s summer home and a basket of toads. This is an example of a two-camera shoot with a “live TV” feel.
Running Time: 2 min. 41 sec.

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Bombs Away

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Charlie Wilson flew through perilous skies over Europe as a lead B-17 pilot during WWII – and lived to talk about it. Here he describes what happened during a typical bombing mission.
Running Time: 3 min. 4 sec.

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December 8, 1941

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Connie Wilson was a young girl when she awoke to the sounds of Japanese bombs falling on her native Philippines. Decades later, her memories of that day are as vivid as ever.
Running Time: 1 min. 18 sec.

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Hometowns

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Wilma & Bill Hansen grew up in Ohio and shared happy memories of their childhood towns. A two-camera shoot with a “live TV” feel, this clip includes the custom opening created for the Hansens’ video biography.
Running Time: 5 min. 34 sec.

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Questing for Quinine

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In 1941, Len Asher and his partner set out to make their fortunes in Peru. WWII intervened and the U.S. Army picked them to locate the special trees needed to produce the anti-malarial drug, quinine. Here, Len tells the story.
Running Time: 7 min. 23 sec.

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Uncle Mike

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The Rosen family elders swapped stories about family members who emigrated from Lithuania. Uncle Mike, it turns out, left quite an impression. This was a three-camera shoot. The clip includes the video’s custom opening.
Running Time: 6 min. 49 sec.

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Welcome to the World

We all have to start somewhere, and this is how it was for Mary-Lou and Dick Palmer. This is an example of how two separate interviews can be combined into one narrative.
Running Time: 2 min. 49 sec.

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