SENTIMENTAL REFLECTIONS SERIES 8 SPRING EDITION - DVD
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. We have chosen to eliminate the year from our descriptions to avoid this confusion. Make your choices from the Sentimental Reflections series based on content, not on date or season.
The Spring 2011 Edition offers a unique look at the origin of the Jeep, including historic footage during World War II, and how the vehicle's versatility helped it become an American icon. We also take you to Key West, Florida, a popular respite for presidents and writers alike due to the breathtaking views of the water and the abundant sunshine. Plus, see how an artist's idea to put pianos on street corners has entertained crowds in cities around the world.
COVER STORY70 Years of Jeeps: The Jeep celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2011. Historians weigh in on how the vehicle that was made right before World War II maintains its popularity today.
SCENIC AMERICAHuntington Beach, South Carolina: Huntington Beach State Park in South Carolina is our ocean front vantage point for some glorious scenes of the Atlantic in early spring.
ON A MUSICAL NOTECommunity Pianos: Hundreds of pianos are appearing on street corners in cities around the globe. The goal of the "Play Me I'm Yours" exhibit is for the public to share the love of music.
OFF THE BEATEN PATHKey West, Florida: Key West, Florida is the southernmost point in the continental United States. The community offers a unique blend of history and culture for tourists of all ages.
TIME CAPSULEAmerican Sign Museum: The American Sign Museum displays hundreds of unique signs that are often the identity of a community. It also explores the history of the sign industry in America, dating back to the early 1900's.
SEASONAL FEATURECheraw, South Carolina Festival: We travel to Cheraw, one of the oldest towns in South Carolina, to take in the sights and sounds of the annual Cheraw Spring Festival.
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