A woman on Market Street (outlined) during the Castro Street Fair.
A building that was demolished several weeks after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, I believe in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco
A building during demolition several weeks after the 1989 earthquake. I believe it was on 5th, 6th, or 7th Street about two blocks south of Market Street in San Francisco.
Smashed cars at 6th between Bluxome & Townsend. People died in some of these vehicles when bricks came down en mass and crushed them.
Workmen repairing sidewalks in the Marina, several weeks after the 1989 earthquake damaged much of the neighborhood.
"The 1990 Tourist Guide to San Francisco" was a satirical title of a video made showing some of the damage done within the city during the October 1989 7.0 Loma Prieta earthquake.
Though most of the world sat for several days watching the wealthy Marina neighborhood on fire and collapsed, other areas of San Francisco were also hit, though generally not as dramatically or as much as the Marina.
In addition to some footage from the hard hit Marina district, the video also included some footage showing the wooden structures propping up the Central Freeway, damage south of Market Street, damage to St. Dominic's Catholic Church in Pacific heights, and the building on Sixth Street between Bluxome and Townsend where five people were killed when a brick facade collapsed onto the sidewalk and street.
Videos with an asterisk (*) are available for viewing courtesy of the Internet Archive.
The Detaxilification of Quemalt Aite (1992)
(sketched out: never produced)
The Last Time Dennis Saw Iowa (2005)
(see also: "Red Meat and Red Jell-O")
►The 1990 Tourist Guide to San Francisco (1990)
Sturm in der Deutschstunde (1992)
A Tour of San Francisco (1987)
(the very first "movie")