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In commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution, Director Michael Cerny completed a series of sixty-second stories presented by well-known Texans that recall the many exceptional accomplishments made by other Texans. Enjoy this clip featuring Austin native Ricardo Chavira (Desperate Housewives) as he shares the remarkable story of Lionel Lopez, who helps people living in Colonias in South Texas.
In commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution, Director Michael Cerny completed a series of sixty-second stories presented by well-known Texans that recall the many exceptional accomplishments made by other Texans. Enjoy this clip featuring Dallas native Owen Wilson as he recounts the life of "Blind" Willie Johnson, a gospel blues singer and guitarist. Made by Michael Cerny.
In commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution, Director Michael Cerny completed a series of sixty-second stories presented by well-known Texans that recall the many exceptional accomplishments made by other Texans. Enjoy this clip featuring Alvin native Nolan Ryan, former Major League Baseball pitcher as he relates the very personal story of how something "Made in Texas" launched a Hall of Fame...
In commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution, Director Michael Cerny completed a series of sixty-second stories presented by well-known Texans that recall the many exceptional accomplishments made by other Texans. Enjoy this clip featuring Midland native Laura Bush as she shares the remarkable story of George Dawson, who learned to read at 98.
In commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution, Director Michael Cerny completed a series of sixty-second stories presented by well-known Texans that recall the many exceptional accomplishments made by other Texans. Enjoy this clip featuring North Richland Hills native Logan Henderson (Big Time Rush) as he recounts the history of the wild mustangs, who were once living symbols of the old west.
In commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution, Director Michael Cerny completed an extensive film series of twenty-one Texas history tid-bits. Everything is bigger in Texas, including the history, so just sit back and enjoy this sneak peek featuring Texas native Jim Parsons as he discusses the discovery of oil at Spindletop.
Yes you heard right. Summer supports renewable energy. Its the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution and director Michael Cerny has shot a film series of 21 small Texas history clips.Summer -- who is a San Antonio native -- celebrates the development of Wind energy in Texas.
In commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the Texas Revolution, Director Michael Cerny completed an extensive film series of twenty-one Texas history tid-bits. Everything is bigger in Texas, including the history, so just sit back and enjoy this sneak peek featuring Dallas native Luke Wilson as he discusses the incredible achievements of Texan automotive designer Carroll Shelby
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