‘Tulsa A to Z’ Makes Great Holiday Gift

What makes Tulsa so special? There are so many things that producer Jack Frank decided to feature 26 of them, in alphabetic order of course, in “Tulsa A to Z,” the latest show in the highly acclaimed Tulsa History Series.

From the Admiral Twin Drive-In to the racing legend Jack Zink, this fun-filled show features the unique charms of Tulsa and its colorful history. Shown are oilmen Tate Brady and Bill Skelly, historic eateries like Nelson’s and White River Fish Market and some long-lost 1940s photographs taken by Howard Hopkins.

The show also looks at Route 66 icons such as the Meadow Gold sign and the old Eleventh Street Bridge, fun stories about the Golden Driller, the Building, the Perryman Cemetery, Creek Council Oak Tree and the Old Lady on Brady.

Other of Jack Frank’s documentaries include Fantastic Tulsa Films Volume 1 (2006), Fantastic Tulsa Films Volume 2 (2007) and Tulsa Deco (2008).

“Tulsa A to Z” is available on at www.TulsaFilms.com and SpiritBank locations, www.spirtbank.com, QuikTrip stores, Borders, Steve’s Sundry, Tulsa Treasures and Dwelling Spaces.

Updated 12-14-2009

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