Huell Howser travels around California looking for interesting stories about the state's rich history, cultural diversity, landmarks, natural wonders, amazing people and points of interest, especially lesser known and out-of-the-way places.
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Huell Howser ...  Himself - Host 335 episodes, 1991-2016
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Huell Howser travels around California looking for interesting stories about the state's rich history, cultural diversity, landmarks, natural wonders, amazing people and points of interest, especially lesser known and out-of-the-way places.

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It's a fine example... of California's Gold. See more »

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Huell Howser approached Wells Fargo Bank to sponsor "California's Gold" when he first came up with the concept for the show. Wells Fargo agreed to sponsor the program with the stipulation that all thirteen PBS stations in California at the time would have to agree to broadcast it. Howser personally approached the thirteen stations and they all agreed to air the new show. See more »

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Referenced in Roseanne: Lose a Job, Winnebago (1993) See more »

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I never get tired of this show
2 October 2005 | by alecton99See all my reviews

I've been watching this show since I was 16 years old, I'm 22 now. I don't actually live in California, but the show is so well done that the wide angles, the correct iris apertures, even the audio really makes you feel like you're on a school trip everyday going to a different place.

Huell Howser has really made his homework on informing the world about the interesting overlooked places in California.

What I like most about the show, is that Huell acts as if he was a typical tourist, like most of us, and asks the exact questions we would ask, I always like the modern and practical perspective he gives to the show. That element of surprise he gives to the places he visits really gives a punch to the real amazement I would have if I'd be visiting there.

Huell Howser!! You Rock!!!!!!!


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