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us: Travelogues (Television programs)


  • This heading is used as a topical heading for works about nonfiction television programs depicting travel, peoples, and places. When used as a topical heading it is subdivided by the appropriate geographic, topical, and/or form subdivisions.

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    • us: Television travelogues
    • us: Travel television programs
    • us: Travelogs (Television programs)
    • us: Travelogues (Motion pictures, television, etc.)
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Travelogues (Motion pictures, television, etc.)
  • Sources

    • found: The Danube, 1960.
    • found: Yee, M.M. Moving image materials, 1988 (Travelogues; use for nonfiction films or video which record travels; UF: Travel films and video (Nonfiction), Travelogs)
    • found: Robertson, P. Guinness movie facts & feats, c1988 (Travelogue; the term travelogue was coined by Burton Holmes, who presented his first such movie, a 50 ft. view of St. Peter's, Rome, at Oak Park Presbyterian Church, Chicago, in 1897)
    • found: Web. 3 (Travelogue; travelog: a talk, lecture, or discourse on travel usu. with illustrations (as slides or motion pictures))
    • found: Am. heritage dict. (travelogue, also travelog: 1) a lecture illustrated by travel slides or films. 2) a narrated film about travels)
    • found: The moving image genre-form guide, 1998 (Travelogue: Nonfiction work featuring or promoting geographic or cultural location(s), often in a romanticized manner. Includes early silent scenic films; moving images that accompany "tour" lectures; travel documentaries; and sponsored work by transportation companies, travel agencies, chambers of commerce, national parks, and other entities that promote modes of transportation, resorts, vacation areas, and other locations. Note: Not necessary to also use Documentary, since that is implied by the term Travelogue)
    • found: Over Washington [VR] : an aerial celebration, c1989.
  • General Notes

    • This heading is used as a topical heading for works about nonfiction television programs depicting travel, peoples, and places. When used as a topical heading it is subdivided by the appropriate geographic, topical, and/or form subdivisions.
  • Change Notes

    • 2008-07-18: new
    • 2008-08-29: revised
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