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Post by Dwayne L. All » Tue, 07 Oct 1997 04:00:00



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>Monday tthe 6th on TLC at 8

>HISTRy and evolution of the rc

This was the first time I had seen this program about extreme machines
dealing with roller coasters. I thought it was very good. Of course,
footage and information from a couple of my fav parks CP and SFMM (im
biased) helped. I do wish someone would put a coaster program together
about some of the founding wild coaster ride designers like Prior & Church,
Traver, and Miller etc. I never get enough of looking at early designs and
past rides and parks. Maybe the History Channel would consider such a
program.

Dwayne L. Allen
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Post by CoasterP » Wed, 08 Oct 1997 04:00:00

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>>Monday tthe 6th on TLC at 8

>>HISTRy and evolution of the rc

>This was the first time I had seen this program about extreme machines
>dealing with roller coasters. I thought it was very good. Of course,
>footage and information from a couple of my fav parks CP and SFMM (im
>biased) helped. I do wish someone would put a coaster program together
>about some of the founding wild coaster ride designers like Prior & Church,
>Traver, and Miller etc. I never get enough of looking at early designs and
>past rides and parks. Maybe the History Channel would consider such a
>program.

>Dwayne L. Allen

The History Channel has already done one. I watched it in the summer. It was
 actually the program Modern Marvels. The topic was roller coasters and lasted
 for one hour. They showed great footage of all the past Trave Cyclones and on
 Miller &Baker. It was a great program.