Road to Avonlea is a TV series produced by
Sullivan Entertainment. It's based on the work of Canadian writer Lucy
Maud Montgomery, author of the famous novel Anne of Green Gables.
Set on Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), CANADA between 1903 to 1912, the
series follows the adventures and friendships of the residents in the town
of Avonlea. Road to Avonlea has ran for 7 seasons, a total of 91 episodes.
It has been shown in 140 countries and millions of viewers around the world
have seen it.
More info is available on other Avonlea sites, links are below.
All Road to Avonlea fans!
The Avonlea reunion entitled "Happy Christmas, Miss King" was on air on CBC on 13th December 1998. Pictures from the movie.
Christmas Miss King (1998) /Internet Movie Database/
Return to Avonlea Amber's article about the new movie.
You can find here several pictures from RTA and HCMK from several sources. Some of them are from TV-guide, some from the Avonlea Album picture-book and there are pictures from the CBC website also. Over 80 pieces of beautiful images.
Once upon a time there was a Disney website
about Avonlea.... There were some pictures, articles and two video files
available there. But unfortunately this website is no more available.....
I decided to publish these videos ;-) I have no permission from Disney to publish their stuff.... but I hope they won't be angry at me... ;)
DC608230.mov 1 796 508 bytes
DC608231.mov 5 946 176 bytes
These files are properties of The Disney Channel.
Thanks to Prince Edward Island Internet Information Centre, Tim, Karen, Mikio and other peoples for the pictures I've used for these wallpapers.
Titles of the episodes in the order the Hungarian TV played.
"I'll never forget the days of my youth.
When the waves rippled between my toes, taking the pink and silver grains
of sand back out to the depths of the sea. There was a peace then; an indescribable
feeling of imortality in the eb and flow of the tide, and the seemingly
endless streatch of beach and sky. Now as I gaze out upon those same sparkling
waters, I realize that youth is never left behind, but is carried always,
gently, in the heart."
Hetty King from her novel "My Home is the Island"... Memento Mori
"The nicest and sweetest days are not those on which anything very splendid or wonderful or exciting happens, but just those that bring simple little pleasures, following one another softly, like pearls slipping off a string."
Anne from "Anne of Avonlea" by LMM
You can purchase RTA, HCMK and the Anne movies on video tapes, CDs, DVDs at SullivanBoutique.com and Videoflicks.com.
Lucy Maud Montgomery and Kevin Sullivan.
This is the classic memory game with some background. You can turn up the cards in pairs.
Results of the previous quizlet:
We know there are several countries in the world where RTA was shown in. Help me to gather
up them. Please drop me an
including the name of your country if RTA was on air there. Thanks :-)
US, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Sweden, Hungary, Iceland, Poland, Norway, Finland, Australia, Argentina, Pakistan, Belgium, Philippines, Yugoslavia, India, China, Cyprus, England, Switzerland, Spain, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, Puerto Rico ...
Lots of websites deal with RTA. Most of them are Americans and Canadians but you can find websites from Iceland, Japan. These links are reviewed periodically. There are some dead links in the list also... I'm waiting for a little time and if those links will be bad in the future, I'll delete them from my list.
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