"One of the sights of San Francisco. A 50-foot slide is used by the bathers, who toboggan down its slippery surface in all positions. The bathers are clad in black trunks, making fine ... See full summary »

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"One of the sights of San Francisco. A 50-foot slide is used by the bathers, who toboggan down its slippery surface in all positions. The bathers are clad in black trunks, making fine contrast with the flesh tints." Written by Edison Catalog

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Suntro Baths, No. 1 (1897)
17 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Suntro Baths, No. 1 (1897)

Since there's a "No. 1" in the title, here's a film that was shot various times. This one here basically takes place at a pool where a bunch of people are going down a large water slide. There are at least a dozen people who go down the slide one after another so safety obviously wasn't an issue. It certainly appears that the "action" was staged so that the movie could be filmed and for the most part it's slightly entertaining. Again, there's nothing ground-breaking going on but it gives you a real view of what these water parks looked like back in the day as well as what people wore to them.


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