Across Indiana (1988– )
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Winchester Hula/Das Deutsche Haus Revisited/Where Heaven Sheds Its Purest Light 

Enthusiasts of Hawaiian music, the Athenaeum of Indianapolis, the confusing names of Indiana towns and Hoosier prairies are the subjects of this episode.


(as David Stoelk)


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Episode cast overview:
Michael Atwood ... Himself - Host
Dirk Vogel ... Himself - President, Aloha Club
Arthur Jones ... Himself - Aloha Club Member
Leonard T. Zinn ... Himself - Steel Guitar Recording Artist
Bud Tutmarc ... Himself - Son of Inventor
Warren Slavin ... Himself - 'Hula' Composer
Mary Jones ... Herself - Owner, 'D&J's' Restaurant
Jess Bishop ... Himself - Aloha Club Member
William Selm ... Himself - Exec. Dir., Athenaeum Foundation
Carl Sputh Jr. ... Himself
Eric Pumroy ... Himself - Special Collections, IUPUI
Rich Gotshall ... Himself - The Indianapolis Star
Bill Brink ... Himself - Prairie Lover
Lee Casebere ... Himself - Dept. of Natural Resources


"Across Indiana" reveals that Winchester, Indiana, is the unlikely location for the annual convention of the Aloha International Annual Steel Guitar Club, whose members include Hawaiian music enthusiasts from around the world. Next, the viewer visits the German House (later re-named the Athenaeum) of Indianapolis. "Midwest Moment," guest-hosted by Rich Gotshall of the Indianapolis Star, lists the confusing number of Hoosier towns that have the same, or similar, names. Finally, the host, Michael Atwood, looks at Hoosier prairies and the Shiloh Cemetery. Written by J. Spurlin

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2 October 1992 (USA)  »

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