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TREX Program
Museum of Florida History
500 S. Bronough St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250
(850) 245-6400 (850) 245-6433 fax
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Beaches, Creatures, and Cowboys: Florida Movie Posters

  • General Description
    Fifty pieces including reproduction movie posters, lobby cards, handbills, and title introduction text panel.
  • Space Required
    170 to 190 linear feet of wall space, depending on layout.
  • Shipping Crates
    (4 crates total)
    1 @ 61"h x 20"w x 40"l
    1 @ 26"h x 19"w x 26"l
    1 @ 61"h x 32"w x 41"l
    1 @ 62"h x 32"w x 41"l
  • Shipping Weight
    1386 lbs. total
  • Security Requirements
  • Exhibit Rental Fee
  • Suggested LayoutMinimum suggested requirement is 170 to 190 linear feet of wall space depending on layout

Flipper Bill Pickett, The Bull-Dogger

This exhibit presents a selection of colorful, eye-catching posters that advertised films.

Movie producers have been making films in Florida almost since the dawn of the industry. For a short time in the early twentieth century, Florida even rivaled California as a place for movie making.

The posters and lobby cards in this exhibit depict some of Florida's most famous films from the early 1920s to the present.