The Living Planet Trailer

The Living Planet Trailer (1984)

"A Portrait of the Earth" 19 January 1984 Factual 660 mins

David Attenborough discusses the biomass and life in a variety of eco-systems spanning many of the environments found on Earth (from tropical to polar).

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David Attenborough

as Presenter/Narrator


Richard Brock

Richard Brock Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 19 January 1984

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