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Coach - Party - Cleveland

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Film Identifier: F.2012-03-0367
Run Time
0h 2m 22s
Format
16mm
Color
B&W
Sound
Silent
Date Produced
1960s
Abstract
This film shows the Koza brothers and company attending a possible get together in Cleveland, circa late 1960s.
Description
In the film’s opening scene, Frank Koza and his two brothers, Roland and Thomas, are present at a gathering inside a home, with another unidentified man and three women sitting around a table. The scene is filled with leisurely conversation, smoking, laughter, and relaxed prayer, possibly before a meal. In the following scene, Albina drinks beer at the kitchen table and talks to a younger woman who may be Thomas' wife, Frances Louise Drury. Roland's wife, Phyllis R. Vacha Cass, may also be featured in the film's beginning scene. The film concludes with two non sequitur shots - one of a hot dog hanging from an overhead fan’s pull string followed by a close-up of Roland as he makes comical expressions while smoking a cigarette.
 
Main Credits
Koza, Frank (is filmmaker)
Actors, Performers and Participants
Koza, Frank (is participant)
Koza, Roland (is participant)
Koza, Thomas (is participant)
Koza, Albina (is participant)
Genre
Family
Related Place
Cleveland (represents)