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Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4

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The Best of National Geographic Collection Volume 4 features 6 programs that showcase amazing explorations, incredible stories, and groundbreaking discoveries. This stunning collection includes Explorer: 25 Years, Tornado Intercept, Gospel of Judas, Masters of the Arctic Ice, Blackbeard: Terror at Sea, and the 3-part Prehistoric Predators. See the Title Tab for details about each program.


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  • 6 discs; 8 episodes.
  • 8 hours, 24 mins.
  • © 2005-2010
The run time of this DVD set was listed incorrectly in the Holiday 2013 catalog. The run time for all 6 discs is 8 hours and 24 minutes.

Explorer 25 Years
National Geographic celebrates the 25th anniversary of Explorer, the longest running documentary series in cable television history, with a commemorative special. Hosted by Lisa Ling, the 25th anniversary special looks back at how the world has changed in a quarter century and how the award-winning Explorer series has chronicled our changing world.
90 minutes. © 2010


Tornado Intercept
This groundbreaking one-hour event takes you into the whirling devastation of a tornado's heart as cutting-edge science meets over-the-edge filmmaking to capture incredible images of what happens inside one of nature's deadliest phenomena! Witness the construction and first deployment of the revolutionary Tornado Intercept Vehicle—8,000 pounds of 1/4'' armor plating, bulletproof windows, state-of-the-art IMAX camera, and a crew of hardcore, thrill-seeking filmmakers.
52 minutes. © 2006


Gospel of Judas
He's one of the most hated men in history: Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus. Hidden for nearly two thousand years, an ancient Gospel emerges from the sands of Egypt that tells a very different version of the last days of Jesus and questions the portrait of Judas Iscariot as the evil apostle. Join National Geographic and a team of biblical detectives as they race to determine the authenticity of this ancient document, piecing together its delicate pages before they turn to dust.
87 minutes. © 2006


Masters of the Arctic Ice
Journey to the top of the world to witness firsthand how the planet's changing climate is affecting the creatures that inhabit the icy Arctic. See how the quickly melting Arctic ice affects the survival skills of ringed seals, polar bears, and narwhals. National Geographic's Crittercam technology provides a never-before-seen perspective on this changing world. See how the resourceful creatures of the Arctic are learning to adapt—from their own point of view.
52 minutes. © 2007


Blackbeard: Terror at Sea
Go inside the cunning mind of a charming criminal genius as National Geographic tells the dramatic story of this fearsome pirate who preyed on Caribbean trade routes. Blackbeard: Terror at Sea charts the exploits of Englishman Edward Teach, an intelligent and charismatic leader who confounded the powers of England and Virginia as he overtook and pillaged 40 ships in two years, stealing hidden cargo and precious exports to and from the Caribbean. Featuring sea chases, cannon battles and swordplay Blackbeard: Terror at Sea provides an exciting dramatization of one of the most notorious men in American history.
88 minutes. © 2006.


Prehistoric Predators
Travel back in time and go face-to-face with the most ferocious animal giants of the Ice Age&$151;the saber-toothed cat, the short-faced bear, and the dire wolf. Using heart-racing computer animation, National Geographic's Prehistoric Predators brings these lethal creatures to life in a startling portrait of their wild existence and puzzling extinction in the ancient Americas. Join leading paleontologists as they uncover fossilized bones of these super-predators, revealing details about their lives and disappearance from the Earth.
1 disc; 135 minutes. © 2007.


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5.0

Show-Stopping!

By Tony

from Conklin, NY

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Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

I've always had a love for anything from National Geographic. This does not disappoint!

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5.0

The best investment ever -- familiy friendly TV

By Renee.

from Central Jersey

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Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

National Geographic brings into every families' living room the magic and wonders of the world -- learning while being mesmerized by the colorful yet educational experiences as only they can.
Sit back and enjoy -- turn off the TV now ! ! ! !

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5.0

i would buy more of these collections

By Lutch

from Chicago,Illinois

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Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

I enjoyed watching all of the different studies on each DVD. something new to learn on each disc

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5.0

Totally Brilliant as Expectedl!

By Scififan1952

from Delta, Colorado

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Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

We love National Geographic and especially their television channels but to have such awesome and beautiful productions that we can watch whenever we want is more than wonderful. Also, don't be surprised to not only be mesmerized, but to be educated as well!! My wife and I love the diversity of subject matter and are more than pleased!!

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5.0

Exactly what I wanted

By Helen in Brandon

from Brandon, MB

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Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

Would not play on my DVD player or my lap top. It did play on my desktop computer.
I wanted this set specifically for one DVD but expect I will watch the other DVDs.

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5.0

Don't judge a book by its cover

By Georgie

from Vienna, VA

Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

These are very cheap, and the topics are very good.

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

outdated material

By Matt

from Washington DC

Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

Videos were old and outdated. For example, the Masters of the Arctic Ice DVD stated that the smallest polar icecap occurred in 2005. Everybody now knows that September 2007 is the smallest ice cap, showing that it is outdated. Its copyright was 2007, but some of the videos are 10 years old with a copyright of 2005. Given that I got the DVD's at 90% off, I am not terribly upset about it, but it certainly is not worth full price.

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5.0

For the grandchildren

By John

from Hollywood, FL

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  • eye opener

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    • Learn About The World

    Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

    Always liked NG and now that the grandchildren are getting older, I hope they will begin to like it also.

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    5.0

    Great gifts!

    By cj foothills girl

    from Grass Valley, CA

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    looking forward to watching these with my husband.

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Very Well-Made

    By mediasandy

    from media, pa

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    Pros

    • Interesting
    • Quality Productions
    • well-acted

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        Comments about Best of National Geographic Channel 6-DVD Collection, Volume 4:

        There's something in this set for everyone in the family. My kids esp. love the Tornado & Blackbeard videos.

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