Noun(1) a film or illustrated lecture on traveling
(1) The book is basically a travelogue of his tour in France.(2) In many ways, this is the ultimate in on-location filming, and it functions almost as effectively as a travelogue as a drama.(3) As a travelogue the film has some interest, and there are amusing moments, but as a whole it is not penetrating or critical enough.(4) Giant mosquitoes notwithstanding, on one level the film serves as a travelogue of the north.(5) Instead, what she shares here are entries that seem to come from her journal, a travelogue of her experiences.(6) It is both a dazzling travelogue (a natural for IMAX) and a poetic ballet of energy and grace.(7) Readers ├ö├ç├┐might think of this book as a travelogue of a search for examples of the historical public in action├ö├ç├û.(8) A road movie that begins someway between a sumptuous travelogue and a light-hearted romp quickly develops into something much more significant.(9) It is a travelogue , visiting different locations and families to educate children about the diversity of our society.(10) It is mainly worth renting as a Montreal travelogue and for Marlon Brando's utterly surreal appearance.(11) Michael Palin, former Python, writer and TV presenter, veteran of several television travelogues with the massive-selling books to match, falls in love with the Scottish Colourists.(12) His various travelogues in Britain for BBC television, as guide, seeker of and commentator on the out-of-the-way, opened many English eyes to what they'd taken for granted or had been told they mustn't admire.(13) The fragments, produced between 1905 and 1920, include scenes from travelogues and dramatic productions.(14) His comic travelogues from around the globe start on Thursday 15 May on BBC Radio 4 at 11.00 pm.(15) Throughout the Toronto filmmaker's body of work over the last decade - which ranges from experimental shorts to travelogues - they continually recur as both a visual motif and a subject.(16) Hughes later presented Sean's Shorts, a series of six short light-hearted travelogues screened by BBC2 from 4 January to 8 February 1993.
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