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Huell Howser is a Actor American born on 18 october 1945 at Gallatin (USA)

Huell Howser

Huell Howser
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Birth name Huell Burnley Howser
Nationality USA
Birth 18 october 1945 at Gallatin (USA)
Death 7 january 2013 (at 67 years) at Palm Springs (USA)

Huell Burnley Howser (October 18, 1945 – January 7, 2013) was an American television personality, actor, and voice artist best known for hosting California's Gold, his human interest show produced by KCET in Los Angeles for California PBS stations. The archive of his video chronicles offers an enhanced understanding of the history, culture, and people of California.

Biography

Howser lived in the historic El Royale apartments in Los Angeles, California and also had homes in Palm Springs and Twentynine Palms.

Howser mentioned that he was a Methodist during his episode covering the Nevada County Fair on California's Golden Fairs.


Volcano House
Howser purchased the 1,800-square-foot (170 m) Volcano House, situated on a volcanic cinder cone just outside of Barstow, along with 60 acres (24 ha) of desert and a man-made lake, in 2003. In 2010, Howser put his unusual Newberry Springs, California, residence (the "Volcano House," 34°51′05″N 116°33′25″W / 34.851354°N 116.557045°W / 34.851354; -116.557045) on the market for $750,000. In June 2012, The Panther, a student-run newspaper for Chapman University announced that Howser had donated the Volcano House to the school.

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Filmography of Huell Howser (1 films)

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Winnie the Pooh, 1h3
Directed by Stephen J. Anderson, Don Hall
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Mise en scène d'un ours, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Jim Cummings, Tom Kenny, Bud Luckey, Craig Ferguson, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Huell Howser
Roles Backson (voice)
Rating71% 3.595833.595833.595833.595833.59583
The film is based on three stories found in the Milne books. Two stories are from Winnie-the-Pooh: "In Which Eeyore Loses a Tail and Pooh Finds One" and "In Which Piglet Meets a Heffalump". The other story is found in The House at Pooh Corner: "In Which Rabbit Has a Busy Day and We Learn What Christopher Robin Does in the Mornings". Some elements, such as the gang thinking that Christopher Robin has been captured by a monster, are based on events from the film Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin.