Flowers, Lace and Steamships...
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2005 and 2009 David and Debra have produced films from many
in Europe. In each one they take a spectacular scenic walk or
visit an historic city.
These 2 films are part of a twenty-two episode "Footloose in
Europe" television series for international distribution ...see Broadcast
Original Music by Barnaby Smith
Footloose in Switzerland ~
2 films on this DVD:
Lauterbrunnental and Kleine Scheidegg...
The village of Lauterbrunnen, with Wengen and Mürren,
situated in the picture-perfect glacial valley set among lofty
snowcapped peaks, mountain meadows and over 60 waterfalls
(including the Trummelbach falls), is the base for two spectacular
Debra and David walk
high in the Bernese Oberland where stunning alpine flowers grow,
and take the cog railway from Kleine Scheidegg to the eternal snow
of the Jungfraujoch, 'Top of Europe'. Then under the shadow of the
mighty Eiger they walk down to Grindelwald with superb views of
glaciers and valleys that make this area so special. The film
features an interview with the Lauterbrunnen lacemakers, still
creating beautiful lace unique to this valley.
© Grindelwald productions
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Lucerne lies at the geographical heart of Switzerland; medieval
bridges span the river Reuss and palaces, churches and spires fill
the skyline. Debra and David walk the ancient streets and city
walls and take a nostalgic steamship cruise on its wide blue
lake, which is cradled by magnificent mountain scenery.
A visit to the world famous Swiss Transport Museum
brings together Switzerland's unique and special modes of
transport. The wonderfully inspired music in both films is
composed and performed by Barnaby Smith.
Footloose in Switzerland ©2005
Running time: 82 minutes
We consider this film to be Exempt from Classification
Reproduced as DVD-R (PAL-all regions) viewable on almost all DVD players, including overseas.
We have found with feedback from customers in USA and Canada that our films generally work on NTSC players too, with few exceptions.
...any computer with DVD software will play also