Antarctica Trailer

Antarctica Trailer (1991)

18 October 1991 Factual 39 mins

This large format film explores the last great wilderness on earth. It takes you to the coldest, driest, windiest continent, Antarctica. The film explores the life in Antarctica, both for the animals that live their and the scientist that work there.

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Cast

Alex Scott

as Narrator (voice)

Crew

John Weiley

Director

John Weiley

John Weiley Producer

International Titles

Antarctica: An Adventure of a Different Nature Trailer

IMAX - Antarktis Trailer

IMAX - Die Antarktis Trailer

IMAX: Antarktis Trailer

IMAX Nature - l'Antarctique Trailer

IMAX Antarctica Trailer

IMAX - Antartica Trailer

International Releases Dates

Australia 01 December 1991

United States 18 October 1991

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