An auto accident put a Garth garth
1. A grassy quadrangle surrounded by cloisters.
2. Archaic A yard, garden, or paddock.
[Middle English, enclosed yard, from Old Norse gardhr; see Brooks TV biography on hold and a Little Rock film production company in the lurch lurch 1
intr.v. lurched, lurch·ing, lurch·es
1. To stagger. See Synonyms at blunder.
2. To roll or pitch suddenly or erratically: The ship lurched in the storm. .
A three-ton, Waymack and Crew grip truck blew a tire Oct. 12 near Remington Road on Interstate in·ter·state
Involving, existing between, or connecting two or more states.
One of a system of highways extending between the major cities of the 48 contiguous United States.
Noun 1. 40 en route to Nashville, where the company was to film an interview with the country singer. The truck ran off the road and slammed into a tree.
The driver, freelance production worker Bob Sandefur, suffered minor injuries. Much of the equipment, however, was destroyed. The company lost the grip truck, a camera dolly and thousands of dollars in lighting and other equipment. The company said damages could be in the quarter-million-dollar range.
Waymack and Crew, which was founded in 1992, is a film, video and DVD DVD: see digital versatile disc.
in full digital video disc or digital versatile disc
Type of optical disc. The DVD represents the second generation of compact-disc (CD) technology. production company. The Brooks biography is part of TNN's "Life and Times" series, for which Waymack and Crew have filmed interviews with Kenny Rogers, Roy Rogers, Roy, 1911–98, American Western film star, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, as Leonard Franklin Slye. The guitar-strumming Rogers succeeded Gene Autry as America's favorite singing cowboy in movies of the mid-1940s. Orbison and Willie Nelson. Because of Brooks' busy schedule, "Life and Times" has tabled the episode.