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  1. Agent Ranjid Rettet Die Welt

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    Sprachen (Tonformat): Deutsch (Dolby Digital 2.0/5.1)
    Untertitel für Hörgeschädigte: Deutsch
    Ländercode: 2
    Extras: Making of, Interviews u. a.
  2. Agent Ranjid Rettet Die Welt
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    Agent Ranjid Rettet Die Welt

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    Technische Angaben:Bildformat: 2.35:1 (16:9)
    Sprachen (Tonformat): Deutsch (Dolby Digital 2.0/ DT...

    Technische Angaben:Bildformat: 2.35:1 (16:9)
    Sprachen (Tonformat): Deutsch (Dolby Digital 2.0/ DTS HD 5.1)
    Untertitel für Hörgeschädigte: Deutsch
    Ländercode: 2
    Extras: Making of, Interviews u. a.

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  3. Weslaco
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    Weslaco

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    Often called aThe Magic Valleya because of its tropical climate and rich soil, the Lower Rio Gran...

    Often called aThe Magic Valleya because of its tropical climate and rich soil, the Lower Rio Grande Valley is a fertile agricultural region known for its cultivation of citrus, sugar cane, cotton, and
    a variety of vegetables. In the heart of the Valley is Weslaco, a typical Valley town that serves as market, business, social, religious, and educational center for a broad Hispanic/Anglo population. This compilation of mid-Valley memories focuses on the development of agriculture and community life in Weslaco from the early 1900s to the 1950s, as once again the Valley undergoes transition, this time from agriculture to international trade due to NAFTA. Featuring images of Weslacoas buildings, schools, colorful residents, lively celebrations, and
    the Texsun Corporation, which employed Valley workers for almost 60 years, this photographic tour
    provides insight into the areaas diverse heritage.

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  4. Hidalgo County, Texas
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    Hidalgo County, Texas

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    Hidalgo County, located in the heart of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, is a contentious land of imp...

    Hidalgo County, located in the heart of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, is a contentious land of impossible contrasts: tropical sunsets and swaying palm trees, rare birds and javelina, cactus and mesquite, soft breezes and broiling sunshine-and hurricanes. Spanish colonists settled here in 1749, receiving huge land grants in exchange for their labor and their loneliness. One hundred years later, a Scotsman named McAllen came to work in a riverfront store, and stayed to found a dynasty. Between 1900 and 1940, more immigrants arrived to build railroads and towns, turn brush land into farmland, and create a unique cultural environment. Hidalgo County illustrates the rapid development of this environmental and cultural crossroads at the beginning of the 20th century. River boats and oxcarts gave way to railroads and the Model T. Tent cities became thriving towns with business districts, homes, schools, churches, and agricultural industries. The changes experienced-and created-by the hardy pioneers who struggled to survive are chronicled here. The courage, stamina, and optimism of these brave souls inspire us a century later in Hidalgo County.

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  5. Donna, Texas
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    Donna, Texas

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    Donna, Texas, named for the daughter of one of the town's founders, is located in the heart of th...

    Donna, Texas, named for the daughter of one of the town's founders, is located in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley. Established in 1904, Donna has grown from a village of tent-dwelling pioneers to a community of families who share a productive agricultural and economic tradition. Captured here in over 150 vintage images, from the 1890s to the 1950s, is the rich history of the ranchers who lived along the Rio Grande, the entrepreneurs and families who settled in Donna and contributed to its development, and the social impact of the military in the years just before World War I. Advertisements from developers, railroads, and businessmen's organizations brought many Texans and Midwesterners to Donna. Deployment of U.S. soldiers, Texas state militia, and National Guardsmen to the border during the 1914-1917 bandit raids brought a new prosperity to Donna with the influx of these troops. From the coming of the railroad and construction of the irrigation system, to the laying out of farms and groves, and finally to the building of the town itself, Donna residents have always seen the potential of their chosen land.

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  6. Mission
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    Mission

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    Mission is named for the chapel built at La Lomita ("little hill") on a former Spanish land grant...

    Mission is named for the chapel built at La Lomita ("little hill") on a former Spanish land grant. During the 1850s, the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate began serving the ranches between Brownsville and Roma. La Lomita was a resting place midway through their 100-mile circuit. In 1908, developers John J. Conway and James W. Hoit bought land from the Oblate Fathers and established the town of Mission, just north of La Lomita. They advertised throughout the Midwest, and soon farmers arrived by rail, wagon, and automobile. Through the efforts of Nebraskan John H. Shary, the citrus industry flourished, and Mission became renowned for its grapefruit. Three-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry, baseball great Leo Najo, and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Jos M. Lopez have all lived in Mission. Their tradition of leadership continues within the fields of medicine, education, military service, and ecotourism.

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  7. Texas Citrus Fiesta

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    The Texas Citrus Fiesta has remained an exciting celebration since its beginnings in 1932. At tha...

    The Texas Citrus Fiesta has remained an exciting celebration since its beginnings in 1932. At that time, Mission civic leaders decided to promote the citrus industry through a festival featuring decorated streets and store windows, a parade, coronation of a king and queen, a court with ladies-in-waiting, a queen's ball, exhibits for citrus growers, and a variety of contests and activities. Social leaders, working through their clubs, added a style show of costumes covered with fruit, vegetable, and flower pieces. Children marched in their own unique parade. The Golden Grapefruit Golf Tournament was added in 1934. Today, directors of the Texas Citrus Fiesta continue these traditional events and others added since 1932. The creativity inspired by the festival, the recognition of regional participants, and the experienced planning needed to accommodate thousands of residents and visitors combine to make Mission's annual Texas Citrus Fiesta a premier event in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.
  8. Texas Citrus Fiesta
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    Texas Citrus Fiesta

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    Texas Citrus Fiesta

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  9. Weslaco
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    Weslaco

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    Weslaco

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  10. Hidalgo County, Texas
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    Hidalgo County, Texas

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    Hidalgo County, Texas

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