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How the states got their shapes. produced by Half Yard Productions for History. [DVD videorecording] / Season 2
Half Yard Productions.
History Channel (Television network)
Arts and Entertainment Network.
Lions Gate Entertainment (Firm)
Unger, Brian, 1965-
United States -- Boundaries -- History.
United States -- History.
Estados Unidos -- Límites -- Historia. --
Estados Unidos -- Historia. --
U.S. states -- Historical geography.
U.S. states -- Boundaries -- History.
Documentary television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Historical television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
[New York] : A&E Television Networks : Distributed by Lionsgate, 2013.
3 videodiscs (ca. 441 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Originally broadcast on television by History in 2012.
Special features: over 20 minutes never-before-seen-on-TV footage.
Host, Brian Unger.
DVD, widescreen (16x9; 1.78:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 2.0.
English dialogue; Spanish subtitles; English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH).
Disc 1. Red state vs. Blue state ; White collar vs. Blue collar ; Hatfields vs. McCoys ; Hillbilly vs. Redneck ; Bigfoot vs. aliens ; Battle of the Bible Belt ; North vs. South ; Great lakes, big states -- Disc 2. City vs. country ; Midwest vs. the rest ; Vice vs. virtue ; Is West best? ; East vs. West ; Rebels & outlaws ; Mess with Texas ; State vs. state -- Disc 3. Rich vs. poor ; Big vs. small ; The United Shapes of America (extended episode) ; Bonus footage.
Every state has a shape and every line has a story to tell. This is a quiz show about what really divides the states and how those rivalries have shaped the nation and its people. This season, Brian Unger hits the road to uncover the history hidden in our map through man-on-the-street quizzes and head-to-head competitions that reveal the surprising history of places we thought we knew.
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