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Planet Earth: Seasonal Forests/Ocean Deep
Warner Bros.




Overview -
With both impressive scope and incredible detail, PLANET EARTH explores the entire world using high-definition cinematography. Boasting a budget of over $25 million, this BBC/Discovery Channel co-production exposes the beauty of the earth and its animal inhabitants, from the mouse lemurs of Madagascar to the whale sharks off the Venezuelan coast. David Attenborough narrates as the vivid documentary takes viewers to California's redwood forests and the splendors of the ocean deep. With 40 cameramen traveling to 200 locations, this is an epic series that can't be missed. This set features the final two episodes of the 11-part documentary that explores the planet's diversity: "Seasonal Forests" and "Ocean Deep."

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Overview

With both impressive scope and incredible detail, PLANET EARTH explores the entire world using high-definition cinematography. Boasting a budget of over $25 million, this BBC/Discovery Channel co-production exposes the beauty of the earth and its animal inhabitants, from the mouse lemurs of Madagascar to the whale sharks off the Venezuelan coast. David Attenborough narrates as the vivid documentary takes viewers to California's redwood forests and the splendors of the ocean deep. With 40 cameramen traveling to 200 locations, this is an epic series that can't be missed. This set features the final two episodes of the 11-part documentary that explores the planet's diversity: "Seasonal Forests" and "Ocean Deep."

 

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DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (Widescreen)
  • Run Time: 100
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929017157
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: March 2009

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