The great American foot race [videorecording] / produced by BIG Productions in association with Native American Public Telecommunications and Independent Television Service ; produced by Dan Bigbee, Jr. and Lily Shangreaux.
[S.l.] : Distributed by Visionmaker Video, c2002.
1 videocassette (58 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.
Documentary of an extraordinary cross-country trek, designed to hail the opening of the new coast to coast highway, Route 66. Nineteen year old Cherokee Indian Andy Payne, shy son of an Oklahoma farmer, entered the race because 'I just thought I could do it.'
Writer/researcher, Lily Shangreaux.
Narrated by David Froman.
c. 1: H31349 JUN 12 2009. Gift: Native Peoples Magazine, est. $15.00.
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