SENTIMENTAL REFLECTIONS SERIES 9 WINTER EDITION - DVD
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Sentimental Reflections travels the country to produce the video series that celebrates America's heritage in story, scenery and song. The 45-minute DVD is released each Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter.
These videos are about America and Americans, as we are and as we were. They offer unique glimpses of Americana.
Each edition of Sentimental Reflections includes six regular segments: Cover Story, Scenic America, On A Musical Note, Off the Beaten Path, Time Capsule & a Seasonal Feature.
"We travel the country to create each edition," said James P. Delaney, Executive Producer of Sentimental Reflections. "We always strive for a lively variety of features to continually present entertaining and informative programs for our viewers."
The Sentimental Reflections series is an annual production: four DVDs are published each year, Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter, and each is dated with the year, to give each a unique designation. So,for example, there is a Summer 2010 edition and a Winter 2011 Edition. The year of the edition generally has nothing to do with the contents. A selection from Autumn 2009 can be as timely and relevant as the most recent production. Make your choices from the Sentimental Reflections series based on content, not on date or season.
Our travels for the Winter Edition take us to Hershey, Pennsylvania where Milton Hershey built an entire town around his chocolate factory in the early 1900s. A lively cajun band is featured for the On A Musical Note segment. For Scenic America, we showcase the spectacular beauty of nature throughout the state of Utah. Click here to read a news release on the Winter 2012 Edition.
|COVER STORY: The Hershey Story Museum in Pennsylvania is where visitors learn how Milton Hershey built an entire town around his chocolate factory in the early 20th century. This segment explores Hershey's popular chocolate products and his vision for the community he created.|
|SCENIC AMERICA: Towering mountains and deep canyons help define Utah's distinctive landscape. Featured locations include the Colorado River near Moab and Red Canyon in the southern part of the state. ON A MUSICAL NOTE: The accordion and the fiddle are the lead instruments for the Bruce Daigrepont Cajun Band. The unique sound and upbeat tempo of the music helps to attract regular crowds in New Orleans, where the band regularly performs..|
ON A MUSICAL NOTE: The accordion and the fiddle are the lead instruments for the Bruce Daigrepont Cajun Band. The unique sound and upbeat tempo of the music helps to attract regular crowds in New Orleans, where the band regularly performs.
|OFF THE BEATEN PATH: Among the few structures that survived Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi, Mississippi is the 1850s-era lighthouse. It's now a symbol for the state of Mississippi and the region, the focus for our travel feature.|
|TIME CAPSULE: The world's first commercial satellite, TELSTAR, generated quite the buzz when it was first launched in the summer of 1962. We look back on the historic mission that also produced a hit song that topped the charts at the time.|
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