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Enlightening, entertaining, and simply Michener at his best. Will not disappoint. I never thought Colorado had such a significant place in American history.Published 9 hours ago by tandem rider
Great read! Excellent characters....you'll love reading this novel!Published 4 days ago by Lady Gemini
I enjoyed this series very much. It was hard to not sit and watch it at one setting. It kept me interested on all of it.Published 8 days ago by Sheila U.
I like books that lead the reader along in a series of historic events that could describe most any town in rural America. I rate this book a five star plus.Published 8 days ago by john
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|Cattle drive segment missing?||
No it is not missing. The Dennis Weaver segments are the 2nd episode of the disc. Each disc has two episodes. Many people are getting to the end of the first episode on a disc, and when the credits come up - they think that is it. Probably because each episode is as long as a regular movie. ... Read More
Aug 24, 2008 by R. Hays | See all 4 posts
|Is It Complete?||
No the DVDs are complete. The complaints about the disks not being complete are from people who aren't clicking on the second episode on each disc. I am surprised so many people don't know how to use their DVD player. Makes me wonder if they have ever bought a DVD that had more than one... Read More
Sep 9, 2008 by Chris Meece | See all 18 posts
|Favorite part(s) of Centennial??||
1) McKeag dancing. (Both times)
2) The RJ Poteet/Nacho exchange when they first meet.
3) Hans Brumbaugh walking through his fields with his hands out talking about the ditch.
4) Anytime Elly writes about their travels to Oregon.
5) Ol O D Cleaver stories.
6) Charlotte... Read More
Aug 4, 2008 by Chris Meece | See all 17 posts
|bad aging of characters in Centennial||
One thing that occurred to me this morning too is that it was made for tv back in the 1970's and that tv sets may not have been as sharp pictured back then as they are now. I mean we have hdtv coming in now days and the scan lines of a dvd picture are about twice that of a comperable image... Read More
Aug 13, 2008 by Kindle Customer | See all 13 posts
|Quality of transfer to DVD||
I've seen part of the copy that I ordered (it came yesterday) and it appears to be very sharp and clear of picture. In fact I think it's sharper now than when it was originally shown on tv. Well worth the cost of the DVD set.
Jul 30, 2008 by Kindle Customer | See all 27 posts
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