That's How We Build a House (2003)

See an actual house being built from the ground up. Watch surveyors, architects, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, bricklayers and other tradesmen at work while Gwen and Danny explain what they're doing.

Director:

Bruce Frankel (co-director)

Writer:

Jeff Moore
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Credited cast:
Gwendolyn Druyor Gwendolyn Druyor ... Gwen
Danny McCarthy ... Danny
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See an actual house being built from the ground up. Watch surveyors, architects, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, bricklayers and other tradesmen at work while Gwen and Danny explain what they're doing.

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Short | Family

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 January 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Spots Video See more »
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Color
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Great for kids and adults
28 January 2008 | by bruce350See all my reviews

I would consider this half-hour DVD for people who want to learn more about house construction. It is fun and educational. Children will really like it because it contains scenes of real, live construction workers, not animated characters like Bob The Builder. Adults will enjoy it because it shows the details that go into building a real house, from the ground up! Gwen and Danny, are the hosts. They take the viewer on a journey. They show the empty lot or property where the house will be built. Then, we meet the architect and watch as he designs the house (briefly). Then, all the steps that are taken to build the foundation. We see concrete poured into forms, the trucks keep rolling in with more concrete. Anyway, we see the finished house at the end. The steps in the process or made clear with good illustration and dialog. I recommend this DVD, which has a Spanissh language track as well as English.


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