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Planet Earth

$80.00 Released April, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Amazing visuals. Shot all in HD. Lots of never before seen nature footage.

Possibly the most talked about nature documentary of all time, the BBC's Planet Earth is a spectacular snap shot of our planet as it exists right now. The producers had one main goal in mind as they painstakingly thought about each shot and scene: photograph the Earth as it's never been seen before.

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Product Shot 2 The result in an incredible 11 episode story of Earth and its inhabitants. The series is narrated by Sir David Attenborough in the UK/Canada, one of the BBC's best known broadcasters. The US version of the documentary is narrated by Sigourney Weaver. After 5 years, 62 countries, 204 locations and 40 filmmakers this series is like nothing you've ever seen before. The documentary does not focus on environmental issues, but stands to illustrate everything that is great about our planet and make us aware of the importance of its health.


1. From Pole to Pole
2. Mountains
3. Fresh Water
4. Caves
5. Deserts
6. Ice Worlds
7. Great Plains
8. Jungles
9. Shallow Seals
10. Seasonal Forests
11. Ocean Deep

Planet Earth - The Future
1. Saving Species
2. Into the Wilderness
3. Living Together

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    Amazing visuals

  • 7

    Shot all in HD

  • 7

    Lots of never before seen nature footage

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Erik: #planet_earth Did anyone see the Live Planet Earth special on ABC with Dianne Sawyer? Man, it was HORRIBLE. I had to change the channel. Apr 23, 07
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Erik: #planet_earth If you haven't seen this already, I recommend it for EVERYONE! It aired a little earlier here in Canada (and in the UK) than in the US. It airs on the Discovery channel on Sundays at 8pm running from March 25th, 2007 to April 22nd (Earth Day). It sucks for you Yankees, though. You'll hear Sigourney Weaver instead of Sir David Attenborough as the narrator. Nothing against Sigourney Weaver, it's just that David Attenborough's voice seems so much more fitting. Apr 4, 07
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