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This DVD Box Set allows you to relive the Golden Age of Skiing - from 1940s in Sun Valley, to the birth of hot-dog skiing in the 1970s. This is one of the best ski film collections you can buy! Seven Classic ski films on 6 DVD's. Run time: Approximately 5 hours.
Downhill in Montana DVD. This DVD details the early days of skiing in the Treasure State of Montana and Yellowstone Park by Stan Cohen. Run Time 96 Min.
Spirit of a Classic - The Story of Mad River Glen DVD gives the chronological order of events of the ski resorts evolution. Color. 45 minutes. Copyright: The Mad River Glen Cooperative.
The story of the 10th Mountain Division. From intense training in the Colorado Rockies to the spectacular night combat climb of Riva Ridge in Italy. Running time 72 minutes, in Color and Black & White. Price listed is for VHS version, click the image & chose from VHS or DVD.
Legends of American Skiing DVD follows the evolution of Alpine skiing from its rough-and-tumble days in the High Sierras in the mid-1800's to the 1936 winter Games when skiing first became an Olympic sport. A film by Rick Moulton. Released in 1982. It is a 2-Disc Set
Passion for Snow travels through over 100 years of United States ski history with a focus on the many contributions of Dartmouth College to the industry of snow sports. Runtime 62 mins.
This documentary captures the evolution and can-do spirit of the National Ski Patrol while offering a wonderful perspective on winter sport in North America. 30 minutes long.
The Last Ridge brings the extraordinary 10th Mountain legacy to life, from the uphill battles they faced during World War II, to the remote corners of troubled Afghanistan where they patrol today, as the most deployed military division in the U.S. Army. Running time is approximately 56 min. Bonus Material: 45 Minutes
This DVD takes you back to the days when winter sports were huge in Northeastern USA, like Stowe, North Conway, Lake Placid & Woodstock. It shows the downhill skiing boom of the 60's, the lure of cross-country touring in the 70's, the rediscovery of the telemark turn, the birth of snowboarding, and the roots of the extreme skiing movement.
If you watch a newscast today, listen to the radio or a podcast then you are benefiting from the work of broadcasting pioneer Lowell Thomas, who arguably established personality-driven journalism. Film by Rick Moulton, runtime 85 mins.
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