A Rick Moulton Film 2019 85:00
If you watch or listen to a newscast today you are benefiting from the work of Lowell Thomas. From his days as a newspaper reporter in Chicago, to his break through 1919 multi-media show in London creating the myth of “Lawrence of Arabia”, Lowell Thomas used media to tell stories. In the 1930s as America's foremost newscaster, he set the standard for non-partisan broadcast news, forming the basis for main-stream TV news of the late 20th century.
A Rick Moulton Film 2013 56:00
Passion for Snow traces over 100 years of ski history in the United States with a focus on the many contributions of Dartmouth College and its alumni to the formation, growth and ongoing innovations in all aspects of snowsports.
A Rick Moulton Film 2008 45:00
Seventy years in the making, this documentary captures the evolution and “can do” spirit of the National Ski Patrol offering a wonderful perspective on winter sport in North America. This story is carefully crafted with collected films of the actual characters, equipment and events woven into a patch-work of history as told by the people who helped form the National Ski Patrol and the 10th Mountain Division.
A Rick Moulton Film 1998. All rights reserved.
This video will take you back to the times when winter sports blossomed throughout the Northeastern United States, to Stowe and North Conway, Woodstock, and Lake Placid. It includes scenes of ski-joring behind horses, cars and airplanes, ski races up main streets and all those places where people enjoy winter. Revisit small neighborhood ski and sledding hills, the downhill skiing boom of the sixties, the lure of cross-country touring in the seventies
A film by Rick Moulton
© 2005 The University of Vermont. All rights reserved.
Documentary, 63 minutes
George D. Aiken, former Governor and thirty-four year Senator from Vermont hailed from a political movement with an extensive history in American politics: Progressive Republicanism in the vein of Abraham Lincoln and Nelson Rockefeller. Like Lincoln, Aiken possessed both a compassion for the social needs of his constituents and the needs of businesses for ensuring economic prosperity.
A Rick Moulton Film 1988
Made in 1988 to celebrate Mad River's fortieth Anniversary, this 45 minute Production captured the founders of the Ski Area describing how it was created. They relate the story and amazing restored color films show finding the land, climbing the Mt. in summer and winter to lay out the trails, constructing the ski area, and its early years. Over 60 years old now and a Coop owned by skiers, the Mountain flourishes today and continues this fine tradition.
Legends of American Skiing follows the evolution of Alpine skiing from its rough-and-tumble days in the High Sierras in the mid-1800s to the 1936 winter Games when skiing first became an Olympic sport.. Witness Toni Matt, the only man ever to ski straight down the near-vertical headwall on Mount Washington—visit Sun Valley when it was only a dream—Stowe's first trails—Aspen when it was still a mining town. Thrilling authentic footage and accounts by those who were there.