Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Travel & Adventure

Visits Across America Series

Visits Across America Series

America has so many wonderful places to visit - and this on-going series will introduce viewers to a number of special ones.
Total Programs in Series: 5 (30 - 90 minutes)
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Altitude Destination: Crested Butte, Colorado

Altitude Destination: Crested Butte, Colorado

Crested Butte, Colorado, is one of those incredibly beautiful Rocky Mountain towns that is always exciting to visit; there's something going on here all the time. Nicknamed "Colorado's Last Great Ski Town," it's world famous as a destination for skiing, snowboarding and mountain biking, with championship sporting events Click for more


The Bridges of Madison County and Winterset

The Bridges of Madison County and Winterset

This memorable tour presents the history behind the world famous Bridges of Madison County, location of the famous book and movie; also we visit the North River Stone Schoolhouse, Winterset, the birthplace of John Wayne, the Madison County Courthouse, and Clark's Tower. Produced by Chip Taylor. 99/09DE IJSCA Click for more


Discover Nashville, Tennessee

Discover Nashville, Tennessee

Charlie Chase, of TV's Crook and Chase, welcomes viewers to Music City, USA, home of the Grand Ole Opry, the Tennessee State Museum, Ft. Nashboro, the "Hermitage," Ryman Auditorium, and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Produced by Nashville Video Productions. 99/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


  

The Heart of San Francisco

The multi-award-winning producer and travel lecturer Sandy Mortimer once again performs her cinematic magic as she guides viewers through one of America's most picturesque cities, San Francisco. Not only does she capture the city's iconic images, from the Golden Gate Bridge, Cable Cars, Golden Gate Park, Fisherman's Click for more


Legends of Louisiana

Legends of Louisiana

From the important archeological site, Poverty Point, to the Ante-bellum plantations outside Baton Rouge, the legends include Gov. Huey Long, author Erskine Caldwell, artist Clyde Connell and blues musicians Tabby and Jesse Thomas, as well as a "Voodoo" drugstore and the Festival of Lights. Next to New Orleans' Aquarium, Click for more





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