Audrey Hepburn - Gardens Of The World

Release Date: 04 April 2011 | Certificate: Exempt
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The enchanting Miss Audrey Hepburn is your personal guide to the world s most sumptuous, stunning and spectacular gardens in this Emmy Award-winning series. Gardens of the World was filmed on location around the world, including:- Claude Monet s garden at Giverny; George Washington s Estate at Mount Vernon; the ancient moss temple garden Saiho-ji in Kyoto Japan; gardens at Mottisfont Abbey, Tintinhull House, Chilcombe Garden, Hidcote Bartram Village and Hidcote Manor in England; the Keukenhof Garden and the Tulip Fields of Lisse in the Netherlands, Villa Pancha in the Dominican Republic; Giardini di Ninfa and Villa Gamberaia in Italy; La-Roseraie de L Haÿ-les-Roses, Chateau de Courances, Jardin du Luxembourg, and Jardin du Luxembourg in France. The 8 episodes explore:- Roses & RoseGardens Formal Gardens Tulips & Spring Bulbs Country Gardens JapaneseGardens Flower Gardens Tropical Gardens Public Gardens & Trees The Complete Series on 2 dvd s This was the last production Audrey filmed before she died on the 20th January 1993 The series was Directed by Bruce Franchini and following Audrey s illness in 1992, Michael York stepped in as co-narrator.
Release Date: 04 April 2011
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification
Catalogue No: 132731