The man who walked between the towers
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Special features: Bonus story:
_t Snowflake Bentley: His legacy
_g (2 min.) --
_t Pot that Juan built: About Juan Quezada based on the book by Mordicai Gerstein ; produced by Paul R. Gagne, Melissa Reilly, Michael Sporn ; directed by Michael Sporn ; produced by Michael Sporn Animation, Inc. from the book by Jacqueline Briggs Martin ; illustrated by Mary Azarian ; produced and directed by Sarah Kerruish, Paul Gagne, and Melissa Reilly story and pictures by Barbara Cooney ; directed by Paul R. Gagne, Sarah Kerruish, and Melissa Reilly ; produced by Paul R. Gagne and Sarah Kerruish from the book by Nancy Andrews-Goebel ; illustrated by David Diaz ; produced by Leigh Corra, Paul R. Gagne, Melissa Reilly ; directed by Leigh Corra Man who walked between the towers / Snowflake Bentley / Miss Rumphius / Pot that Juan built /
Man who walked between the towers: A look at the high-wire walk made by Philippe Petit in 1974 between the World Trade Center's Twin Towers in New York City, and how it is still considered one of history's most artistic crimes. Snowflake Bentley was a self-taught scientist who photographed thousands of individual snowflakes in order to study their unique formations. Miss Rumphius traveled near and far, witnessing beauty of all kinds, and went on to help make the world a more beautiful place with a simple handful of seeds. A charming rhyme describes the life's work of renowned Mexican potter Juan Quezada, and the process he uses to create his pots after the style of the Casas Grandes people.