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American Visions - The Promised Land (1996)

American Visions - The Promised Land

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The second entry in the American Visions series, this segment deals with the bridge between art and the early settlers. Brought to video by PBS, the documentary dips the viewer into the melting pot of cultural diversity by foreshadowing the ethnic enclaves that exist in America today. Such genealogical bands as the Spanish descendents in the dry and heated southwest of the country, the English on the Atlantic seaboard and the Germans in and around the state of Pennsylvania. Starring acclaimed Time magazine art critic Robert Hughes, who also penned the program, this art history lesson presents a panoramic view of the roots of American culture. ~ C. Dwayne Smith, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Documentary, Musical & Performing Arts, Special Interest
Written By: Robert Hughes
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