New Bob Ross Documentary on DVD! As seen on your local public television station -- Bob Ross: The Happy Painter Youí_í_éve seen him before: heí_í_és the quiet, soft-spoken guy with the fuzzy afro hair, painting mountains and trees with big brushes in a matter of seconds. Bob Ross is public television's most beloved personality í_í_í± here now is a behind-the-scenes look at his journey to becoming Americaí_í_és pop-culture icon í_í__ presenting Bob Ross: The Happy Painter. This docu-story reveals the personal life of Bob Ross through the loving accounts of close friends and family, childhood photographs, rare archive footage í_í_í± what you know: his unwaivering dedication to wildlife for example, and what you doní_í_ét know: Bob Rossí_í_é straight hair, his fascination with fast cars, and so much more. Youí_í_éll see rare film clips of Bob Ross with mentor William Alexander, and the very first rough-cut Joy of Painting episode. And youí_í_éll learn how one little TV commerical to advertise local painting classes would slowly turned this gentle-mannered fellow from simple beginnings into a viral phenomenon that continues to allow millions around the world to realize their dream of becoming an artist. Enjoy fascinating interviews and insights from some famous Bob Ross enthusiasts too, like talk show pioneer Phil Donahue, film stars Jane Seymour and Terrence Howard, Chef Duff Goldman, and country music favorites Brad Paisley and Jerrod Niemann. Bob Ross: The Happy Painter is a 60-minute DVD presented in three parts: The Man, The Television Artist, and His Legacy.