Prehistoric America a journey through the ice age and beyond
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Journey through the prehistory of North America - beginning 14,000 years ago when people were first entering this vast and beautiful continent. Witness ancient beasts, mammoths, and mastodons to see how their successors carry on their legacy.
Prehistoric America takes us on a journey through the prehistory of North America--beginning 14,000 years ago when people wer first entering this vast and beautiful continent. Witness ancient beasts, mammoths, mastodons, gaint bears and sabre-toothed cats, and see how their successors--modern animals and beasts--carry on their legacy.
Contentsdisc 1. Land of the mammoth / producer, Miles Barton (49 min.). Canyonlands / producer, Ian Gray (49 min.). Ice age oasis / director, Adam White ; producer, Miles Barton (49 min.). Edge of the ice / written and produced by Stephen Dunleavy (49 min.)
disc 2. American Serengeti / producer, Ian Gray (49 min.). Mammoths to Manhattan / written & produced by Stephen Donleavy (49 min.). Special features. Special features: Grand Canyon : from dinosaurs to dams (49 min.)
Everglades : to hell and back (49 min.)
Previews and trailers.
-- North America.
Paleontology -- Pleistocene.
Mammals, Fossil -- North America.
Animals, Fossil -- North America.
Glacial epoch -- North America.
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- North America.
North America -- Antiquities.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [London?] : Burbank, CA :BBC Video ;2003
Distributed by Warner Home Video,
|Other Titles|| Prehistoric America (Television program)
Brown, John (Cinematographer)
British Broadcasting Corporation.
BBC Bristol (Firm)
BBC MediaArc Bristol (Firm)
Discovery Channel (Firm)
BBC Video (Firm)
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Narrator, Jack Fortune.
Photographer, John Brown ; editors, Martin Elsbury ... [et al.] ; script editor, Sophie Cooper ; computer animation/digital effects, BBC MediaArc Bristol ; music composer, Barnaby Taylor.
Six documentary programs.
Originally produced as episodes of the television series: Prehistoric America.
Program content: ©2002.
"Not rated"--Disc label.
2 videodiscs (4 hr., 54 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.