Meaning : Field Near The River, Field near the River,
Origin : English,
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Numerology information Avonlea:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Additional information Avonlea:
Fictional community located on Prince Edward Island, Canada, in Lucy Maud Montgomery's novel .
Definition funny of Avonlea:
proper n. An excellent television series adapted from the works of canadian novelist Lucy Maud Montgomery (of Anne of Green Gables fame). Expertly produced by Kevin Sullivan, Avonlea follows the lives of turn-of-the-century famillies living on beautiful Prince Edward Island, or PEI. The series stands out for its beautiful scenery and sets, authentic costumes, well-devised plotlines, excellent acting and evocative themes. The overall quality of the production brings to mind Merchant/Ivory costume dramas. Most Americans familliar with the series watched it on The Disney Channel, which used to carry it weekly. It should also be noted that this is the show on which actress Sarah Polley (Dawn of the Dead remake, Go!) played her first important role, as the impetuous Sarah Stanley. Unfortunately, this beautiful drama has faded into obsqureity, now remembered only by die-hard Green Gables fans.
Avonlea was probably the best period drama ever produced, rivaling even Little House on The Prarie, and I hereby record its greatness for posterity's sake.
Songs about Avonlea:
Road To Avonlea by Gordon Lorenz Orchestra & Singers from the Album Your 101 All Time Favourite TV Themes
Avonlea by B.e.n.t. from the Album Eleven
Avonlea by Gary Sephira from the Album World of Our Own
End Of Me (Ft. Avonlea Montague) by Mario and Eric J from the Album Sterio & McGrath Present: Soundscapes Volume 1
End of Me ft. Avonlea Montague (Dub) by Mario & Eric J ft. Avonlea Montague from the Album End Of Me
End of Me ft. Avonlea Montague (Jairus Miller remix) by Mario & Eric J ft. Avonlea Montague from the Album End Of Me
End of Me ft. Avonlea Montague (Original mix) by Mario & Eric J ft. Avonlea Montague from the Album End Of Me
Movies about Avonlea:
Anne Of Green Gables - The Sequel 1987 G - Runtime: 3 hrs 52 mins Starring: Megan Follows, Colleen Dewhurst, et al. Directed by: Kevin Sullivan
Road to Avonlea Season 2 1990 G - Runtime: 10 hrs Starring: Sarah Polley, Jackie Burroughs, et al. Directed by: various
Road to Avonlea: Season 1 1989 NR - Runtime: 10 hrs Starring: Sarah Polley, Jackie Burroughs, et al. Directed by: Kevin Sullivan
The Road to Avonlea: Season 5 2011 G - Runtime: 10 hrs Starring: Sarah Polley, Zachary Bennett, et al. Directed by: various
Road to Avonlea: Season 4 1993 NR - Runtime: 10 hrs
Road to Avonlea Season 3 1992 NR - Runtime: 10 hrs
Avonlea Christmas 2005 PG - Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins Starring: Jackie Burroughs, Mag Ruffman, et al. Directed by: Stefan Scaini
Wiki information Avonlea:
Road to Avonlea is a Canadian television series first broadcast in Canada between January 7, 1990 and March 31, 1996, and in the United States starting on March 5, 1990. It was created by Kevin Sullivan and produced by Sullivan Films in association...
Avonlea is a village in south-central Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 82 km southwest of Regina. The village was named after the fictional town of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island in Lucy Maud Montgomery's novel Anne of Green Gables. The television...
Avonlea is the name of Canadian village in which the "Anne of Green Gables" books written by Lucy Maud Montgomery are set. The books inspired the Canadian spin-off series "Tales of Avonlea" and "Road to Avonlea."
Favorite show as a child.
From another poster: "Anne of Green Gables" was my favorite book as a child, and I so wanted to live in Avonlea.
Ava could be a nickname. I like this alternative spelling: Avenleigh
Lea or Lea-lea. I like the alternative spelling Avenly
Avi or Av work well
"A return to childlike faith, simple beauty, noble purity, and compassion for the least"
The setting, on Prince Edward Island, of "Anne of Green Gables"
"Road to Avonlea," "Tales of Avonlea"