"AUTHENTIC OIL DERRICK--
Modern U.S. Section
Alongside the colorful and exciting 'Happy
Motoring Highway" a working drilling rig is
'spudded in' on the site of a future boom town."
Maybe this oil derrick was authentic for some era of drilling.
However, it didn't belong in the "modern" section
even in the 1960s.
Indian Villiage Trading Post -- Six Flags Over Texas
A small part of one of the finest collections of Indian bead-
work and authentic Indian arts and crafts in the world on
display in the Indian Village Trading Post."
"Hoop Dancer -- Indian Village
Joe Thundercloud Famous Hoop Dancer
'San Ildefonso Pueblo Indian'
This young brave, performing the colorful and difficult hoop
dance, is one of many Indian dancers performing at the
Indian village at Six Flags Over Texas."
"Indian Villiage -- Six Flags Over Texas
Billy Huntinghorse -- Kiowa Indian
Famous Great, great grandson of Santana
(White Bear) famous Kiwa Chief."
"STAR MALL AND DANCING WATERS
Smartly dress Six Flags marching band begins morning
parade around the star mall past the beautiful 75' display
of Dancing Waters. Waving proudly in th breeze are the
flags of the six nations that have flown over Texas during its
Right to left: Splain (1512-1821), France (1685-1690), Mexico
(1821-1836), Republic of Texas (1836-1845), Confederacy
(1861-1865), U.S.A. (1865-to the present)."
"GRINNING SKULL-- Confederate Section
Mysterious Skull Rock stand guard on the island
where Pirate Jean Lafitte and his buccaneers buried
a king's ransom, or so the legend goes. Today
adventurers can explore this island here at
fabulous Six Flags Over Texas.
"SIX FLAGS OVER TEXAS
AND THE FAVULOUS SKY HOOK
The world's most exciting sky-ride towners nearly
200 feet over the busy Boom Town streets filled
with happy people."
"THE SKY HOOK -- BOOM TOWN
Theworld's most exciting and ramatic sky-ride
now rises nearly 200 feet over fabulous SIX
FLAGS OVER TEXAS."
Guests who ride through the Spee-Lunker Cave at
Six Flags Over Texas, witness the gaily covered,
clearly animated spee-lunkers as they cavort and
entertain in their elfish way. Here, spee-lunker
musicians serenade visitors as they float by in
one of the "Bull Boats" that wind their way
through the mystic, water propelled ride.
THE FABULOUS "SPEE-LUNKER STRING-CHOIR"
SIX FLAGS over TEXAS
Here are a few of the colorful stalagmite-headed
cave dwellers who inhabit the mysterious Spee-
"SHOWTIME -- CRAZY HORSE SALOON
Visitors to Six Flags Over Texas relive the days
Of gas footlights and greasepaint as they enjoy
an old-fashioned songfest in the Crazy Horse
Saloon." Note that the show features neither gaslights nor greasepaint.
"CADDO INDIAN WAR CANOES --
A thrilling chase with the Indian guides and
visitors doing their own paddling is a high point
of any visit to SIX FLAGS OVER TEXAS"
Something tells me calling this "the highlight of any visit"
might not be that appealing to eveyone."
"COLORFUL PIERRE'S TREASURES
French Section -- Six Flags Over Texas
Here are displayed a wide variety of souvenir
items in teh gem-stone and semi-precious stone
category. The colorful day of the pirate Jean
LaFitte is brought to mind by this colorful array
of sparkling treasure."
"Colorful mariacha groups, performing the lilting
songs of Old Mexico, stroll through the Mexican
Section of Six Flags Over Texas."
"OVER FRENCH TERRITORY -- French Section
Visitors inside historic old Fort St. Louis at Six
Flags Over Texas pause to watch the magnificent
'Astrolift' cars passing overhead."