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Expo: Magic of the White City

Expo: Magic of the White City

Expo: Magic of the White City is a historical documentary released to DVD on September 13, 2005. Directed by Mark Bussler and narrated by Gene Wilder, the documentary tells the story of Chicago's World's Columbian Exposition in 1893. It begins by explaining Frederick Law Olmsted's planning of the fair and the architecture by Daniel Burnham. It also details exhibits by many people, including George Westinghouse, Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. In addition to detailing the fair itself, the documentary also describes the Midway Plaisance. Features of the Midway included bellydancing, side-shows, saloons, and a large Ferris wheel. Finally Expo: Magic of the White City discusses the ... more on Wikipedia

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