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Pageant of the Masters
Alternative Title
Dan Duling (Scriptwriter 1981 - present)
OC Public Libraries
Gilliom, Jon
Zehdar, Ziba
Duling, Dan
Date Created and/or Issued
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OC Public Libraries
California Revealed from Orange County Public Libraries
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Dan Duling, scriptwriter (1981 - present) on the origin and evolution of Laguna Beach's Pageant of the Masters tableaux vivants (living pictures) festival and how the Pageant became the world class event it is today.
Recorded in Laguna Beach for OC Stories.
California Preservation Service (CAPS)
moving image
Laguna Beach Pageant of the Masters
Time Period
Laguna Beach (Calif.)
Orange County Public Libraries
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