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Detroit [videorecording] : remember when / Detroit Educational Television Foundation
Alternate Title Motor City memories and hometown traditions [videorecording]
American dream and the automobile [videorecording]
[United States] : DPTV Media, c2009
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  F574.D4 D5511 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject Detroit (Mich.) -- History
Detroit (Mich.) -- Social life and customs
Physical Description 1 videodisc (111 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD
Note Title from container
Originally produced in 1996
Originally broadcast on public television
Credits Written and produced by Mark Nathanson ; directed by Jim Woods
Performer/Participant Narrated by Chris Felcyn
Summary Unearths Detroit's history and explores its musical legacy, architecture, politics, sport legends, and landmarks. Part 1: Motor City memories and hometown tradition features Detroit traditions that live on through rare film, old photographs, and fond memories. Includes Belle Isle; Vernor's soda fountain; Jefferson Beach; and Edgewater Park. Part 2: The American dream and the Automobile celebrates the city that put the world on wheels with rare footage, family collections, and media archives
Contents Detroit remember when I: Motor City memories and hometown traditions [videorecording] -- Detroit remember when II: the American dream and the automobile [videorecording]
Alternate Author DPTV Media
Detroit Educational Television Foundation (Firm)

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