Clinton Library orientation theater

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The Clinton Library orientation theater at the Clinton Library features a twelve minute film about the life and political career of Bill Clinton. The film, produced by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, utilizes footage shot for Clinton's 1992 and 2000 Democratic Convention videos.

The orientation theater is surrounded by a collection of presidential campaign photographs, a 1992 campaign exhibit, political buttons from both the 1992 and 1996 campaigns, and the sunglasses Clinton famously wore while playing the saxophone on the Arsenio Hall Show. The sunglasses ended up in the pocket of James Carville after the show and were thought to be lost. Carville later donated them to the library.


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