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Backroads of Montana. [videorecording] / [Episode 25], Two Dot to Fishtail

by Chambers, Gus; Ekness, Ray; Marcus, William; Twiggs, John; Montana PBS; KUFM (Television station : Missoula, Mont.); University of Montana--Missoula.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Missoula, Mont. : The University of Montana, c2006Description: 1 videodisc (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: Two Dot to Fishtail.Subject(s): Video recordings for the hearing impaired | Nightclubs -- Montana -- Great Falls | Knifesmiths -- Montana -- Missoula | Senior centers -- Montana -- Harlowton | Fishtail (Mont.) -- HistoryHost, William Marcus.Summary: "In this episode we stop at one of Montana's legendary night-clubs, The Sip & Dip in Great Falls, complete with the piano stylings of Pat Sponheim. We also visit a knife maker in Missoula; Montana's oldest general store in Fishtail; and the Wheatland Senior Citizen's Center in Harlowton - which has been a source of strength for its director Irene Schuchard. The program originates from Two Dot, Montana."--website.
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Music, Bruce Anfinson.

Host, William Marcus.

"In this episode we stop at one of Montana's legendary night-clubs, The Sip & Dip in Great Falls, complete with the piano stylings of Pat Sponheim. We also visit a knife maker in Missoula; Montana's oldest general store in Fishtail; and the Wheatland Senior Citizen's Center in Harlowton - which has been a source of strength for its director Irene Schuchard. The program originates from Two Dot, Montana."--website.

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