Huell Howser with Poppies

Classic Huell: Cat Litter

In this classic Videolog, Huell visits a cat litter mine and factory.



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Warner Brothers

Huell gets a behind-the-scenes tour of this historic lot, where many Hollywood classics were filmed.

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Fountains

Huell takes a tour of some of L.A.’s most beautiful fountains. Marlene Gordon of The Next Stage Tours shows Huell five of the most spectacular.

 

 

 

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Candelas Guitars

Huell spends a day with the Delgado family and takes a tour of their guitar shop in East L.A. where they have been making and repairing guitars for three generations.

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Menudo

Huell spends day at Juanita’s, where he finds out everything you ever wanted to know about menudo (tripe). Huell ends the day with a nice bowl of menudo at El Rancho Mexican Restaurant in Colton.

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Glass Museum

Huell gets a wonderful tour of the Historical Glass Museum in Redlands. The museum is housed in a 1903 Victorian home and is filled with beautiful glassware. 

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Soul Food

Huell visits two “Soul Food” restaurants in the L.A. area with Aleane Fitz-Carter. Huell visits Dulans which says it’s the “Best Southern Cooking in Los Angeles.” We’ll also get to take a look at M&M Cafe Mississippi Home Cooking who says they are the “Best food in Town.”

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Artists

Huell visits with Milford Zornes and Guillermo Bert, two L.A. artists with very different styles. We’ll go to both artists studios and get a peak at their work. 

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Road Trip

Tehachapi

Join Huell as he tries to get to Tehachapi, only to keep stumbling across many road side gems like: a movie set built in the middle of the desert, a lake with no water, the Antelope Valley Indian Museum, and the Mojave airport -- filled with hundreds of aircraft from all over the world, including a MiG Fighter. Finally, Huell arrives in Tehachapi to visit with Betty Stokoe and her backyard full of railroad signals.

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Remembering

Huell remembers two very special people who made a big difference in the lives of many southern Californian’s. David Falconer was the Choir Master at St. James Church and also responsible for restoring the church organ. David was tragically killed in an armed robbery. Ethel Sherard A.K.A. the scrabble lady, was one of our favorite VIDEOLOG subjects who recently passed away. We’ll watch the old show and get an update from her daughter.

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Lane Victory

Huell spends the day on the WW II victory ship the Lane Victory. A wonderful group of volunteers has restored this ship and Huell gets to go along on an actual cruise. 

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Griffith Observatory Special

Huell takes a special look at the restoration of The Griffith Observatory. Built in 1935 and serving space curious Angelenos and the greater scientific community for almost 70 years, the Observatory required significant remodeling and expansion when it was closed for renovations in 2002. With the restoration completed, this scientifically vital and historically significant architectural landmark re-emerges to serve well into the 21st Century. In this special one-hour episode Huell takes an insider’s tour with Griffith Observatory director Dr.

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Dairy Farm

Huell spends the day at a family run dairy farm in Chino.

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Iron Garden

Meet Anna Jorgenson and her daughters in the small town of Idyllwild, where Anna’s husband created an entire garden from objects made of iron.

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Twentynine Palms Murals

Huell visits the desert community of Twentynine Palms and takes a very special tour of the seven historical murals commissioned by the Action Council for Twentynine Palms.

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DWP Power Plant

Huell tours San Francisquito Canyon at historic DWP Power House #1 built in 1911. It is an original part of the L.A. Aqueduct and is still used today. 

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Persimmon Lady

Meet Esther DeBar, who is 88-years-old and the proud owner of a 90-year-old persimmon tree which grows in the back yard of her L.A. home.

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C & K (Greek Deli)

Huell visits a Greek deli called C & K.

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Road Trip

Tahoe Corner

Find out where Huell sets his California flag this time, as he boats out onto Lake Tahoe and finds another corner of California. Along the way he makes stops at Camp Richardson, the Tallac Historic Site, The Red Hut Cafe and learns about the mission of The League to Save Lake Tahoe.

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Little Tokyo Food

Huell travels back to Little Tokyo with his friend to re-visit two Japanese establishments that are sure to whet your appetite, the Mitsuru Cafe and the Mikawaya Bakery. The first adventure was in 1997 and after ten years, there is a new generation carrying on some wonderful family traditions.

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Rose Lady

Huell spends the day with Miriam, a.k.a. “The Rose Lady”. For thirteen years she has picked a beautiful bunch of roses and taken them to her local post office. Her roses are exquisite and the people love her daily visits. 

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Museums

Huell updates and combines two older shows. First up is The Grier Musser Museum which is a turn-of-the century historic Queen Anne house which displays fascinating antique collections. Then Huell stops in at the Historical Glass Museum in Redlands.

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Forest Photographer

Spend the day with Roy Murphy who’s been photographing the Angeles National Forest for the past 40 years. Huell goes deep into the heart of the magnificent mountain range that is our backyard.

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Santa Monica Seafood

Huell visits the Santa Monica Seafood Co. in Santa Monica a family owned and operated business for 50 years. The Cigliano family gives Huell a special tour of the facilities and teaches him about the bounty they harvest from the sea.

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Metrolink

Huell ran into a very nice lady in a camera store who told him how much she enjoyed riding the Metrolink every day and invited him to come along. Huell and Luis ride from Montclair to L.A. and meet some wonderful people along the way. 

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California's Golden Parks

William S. Hart Park and Museum

In this episode, Huell visits the historic William S. Hart Park and Museum in Newhall.

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California's Gold with Huell Howser

Music Video

Huell's television first! Will it be a hit or will dogs be howling all over our viewing area? Will Huell be the next recording star to come out of Nashville?

Well, after his visit to the Musicians Institute, Huell was so inspired that he grabbed the mic and recorded his own version of "California, Here I Come" accompanied by the students who also produced the rock video.



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California's Golden Parks

Hetch Hetchy

Before it was dammed in the early 1900s, John Muir called it more beautiful than Yosemite Valley itself. And now, in a one-hour special, Huell travels to this historic and spectacular place to document its past and talk about its future.

 

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Alcatraz Gardens

There have been gardens on the island of Alcatraz since the days of the Civil War. People have always found a way to coax things of beauty from this windswept and desolate place. Inmates of the “Rock” found it especially nice to get out in the fresh air and tend to the gardens.

After many years for neglect, the Gardens Conservancy and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area have begun a multi million-dollar restoration of the gardens. Huell gets a special look at this almost forgotten part of our history.

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California's Gold with Huell Howser

La Grange

Huell travels to the small town of La Grange to see an amazing part of our states history. The Tuolumne Gold Dredge sits abandoned right of the highway and is an incredible site. Huell and some local historians visit the dredge and the now virtual ghost town that was once home to the many workers that kept this behemoth running around the clock in search of gold.

 

 

 

 

 

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California's Golden Parks

Leo Carrillo Ranch

Once owned by famous Hollywood move star Leo Carrillo, Los Quiotes is a 27-acre historic park in the lovely town of Carlsbad. It contains and protects many of the original historic structures and outbuildings associated with Leo Carrillo’s use of the ranch. This ranch was Leo’s way to escape the hustle and bustle of Hollywood and a place for he and his wife to “get away”. This beautiful ranch eventually fell off the radar and was almost lost forever, until a group of concerned citizens stepped in.

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Michael Adams

Huell travels north to the Yosemite Valley to meet up with Michael Adams. Michael is the son of Ansel Adams, arguably our countries most famous photographer. They travel through the valley and learn about why this place was so important to Ansel. Huell gets some very personal insight into the mind of Ansel and also learns about the family's early history in Yosemite. The backdrop to this adventure is as good as it gets.

 

 

 

 

 

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Road Trip

Jamestown

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California's Golden Parks

Shasta

Shasta City is located six miles west of Redding. During the California gold rush it was the “Queen City” of California’s northern mining district prospering from 1850-1890. Huell Howser visits Shasta State Historic Park, a reminder of the area’s gold rush legacy with brick ruins of a once thriving gold rush shopping district and a courthouse museum filled with original artifacts from the era.   

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Rain Bird

In this episode of California's Gold, Huell explores the history of Rain Bird, a sprinkler manufacturer with a remarkable history beginning with a Glendora citrus farmer named Orton Englehart, who invented the first impact sprinklers in the 1930s. Rain Bird also demonstrates their latest in sprinkler technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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