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Country of origin
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13 (1 unaired)
company(s) Lynch/Frost Productions
September 8, 1990 – January 1, 1991
is a American Chronicles documentary television program which was broadcast by Fox Broadcasting Company as part of its 1990 fall lineup.
American Chronicles was produced by Mark Frost through Lynch/Frost Productions, the company that he founded with David Lynch. Featured many of the same quirky camera angles, unusual music, and a focus on violence and sexuality that were hallmarks of their ABC program, . The half-hour weekly program was narrated by Twin Peaks Richard Dreyfuss.
This program had a relatively brief run, being cancelled just over three months after its premiere, after ranking last out of 98 shows with an average household rating of 3.07.
Episodes [ edit ]
Farewell to the Flesh
Eye of the Beholder
Manhattan After Dark
This Gun's for Hire / Defenders of the Faith
After a Fashion / An American Camelot
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow / Truck Stop
Once Upon a Time (about
Hugh Hefner) The Class of '65
Diamonds are Forever (Last Day at
Comiskey Park) / The Future That Never Was Champions (Unaired in the U.S.)
International broadcasts [ edit ]
American Chronicles was aired in the United Kingdom by Channel 4 (1992), in Australia by SBS (1993), in New Zealand by TV3 (1992), in France by Planète (1992) and in Spain by TVE (1992).
References [ edit ]
Brooks, Tim and Marsh, Earle.
. The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows Miller, Craig and Thorne, John (eds.). Wrapped in Plastic, Vol. 1, No. 9, p. 9-13. Win-Mill Productions, February 1994.
Miller, Craig and Thorne, John (eds.). Wrapped in Plastic, Vol. 1, No. 13, p. 30. Win-Mill Productions, October 1994.
. Los Angeles Times, July 29, 1990. The Lynch / Frost View of America Rochlin, Margy.
. Documentary Magazine, October 1, 1990. The Unblinking Eye: David Lynch and Mark Frost Chronicle America
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