Across Indiana (1988– )
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And the Grave Is Not Its Goal/The Milkman Cometh 

A WWII enthusiast, Crown Hill cemetery, a sculpture of a Holstein cow and the vanishing milkman are the subjects of this episode.



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Episode cast overview:
Michael Atwood ...
Himself - Host
Himself - Bandleader (archive footage) (as Capt. Glenn Miller)
Joe Kremp ...
Himself - WWII Enthusiast
Charles Lindbergh ...
Himself - Pilot (archive footage)
Wayne Sanford ...
Himself - Crown Hill Cemetery
Judy Rice ...
Herself - Artist
Dave Stoelk ...
Himself - Producer
Don France ...
Himself - Milkman


"Across Indiana" introduces the viewer to Joe Kremp, a WWII enthusiast, who collects and restores such relics such as an advanced Navy trainer plane (an SNJ-5) and an anti-aircraft gun. Next, the viewer visits Crown Hill cemetery and learns about such subjects as the Victorian era's view of death and the symbolism of gravestones and statuary. "Midwest Moment" introduces Judy Rice and her socially conscious sculpture of a Holstein cow. Finally, the viewer visits Martinsville and meets a member of a dying breed: the milkman. Written by J. Spurlin

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Release Date:

9 October 1992 (USA)  »

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Title Card: Life is real! / Life is earnest! / And the grave is not its goal; / Dust thou art, to dust returneth / Was not spoken of the soul. / ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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References The Donna Reed Show (1958) See more »

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