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Silicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance (1998)

TV Movie  -  Documentary  -  2 January 1998 (USA)
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Narrated by Walter Cronkite, this is the quintessential documentary on Silicon Valley and the emergence of a new golden age of civilization. This film visually captures the origins and ... See full summary »

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Narrated by Walter Cronkite, this is the quintessential documentary on Silicon Valley and the emergence of a new golden age of civilization. This film visually captures the origins and essence of today's technological Shangri-La: Silicon Valley. Written by Anonymous

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Producer/Director, John McLaughlin, has over 25 years of experience as a magazine publisher and trade show producer. No prior experience in film media. Inspired by Ken Burns' Civil War documentary to produce a similar work for Palo Alto's 100 year Centennial. After the Centennial Commission's initial acceptance and eventual list of restrictions to produce the film, McLaughlin went on his own with help from the Palo Alto Historical Association. See more »

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