Swimming with Dolphins Trailer

Swimming with Dolphins Trailer (2005)

29 October 2005 Factual

Long suspected of possessing an intelligence that rivals a human's, the dolphin has proved especially apt at making strides with autistic children and soothing cancer patients throughout their treatment. In this fascinating documentary program, actors Mariette Hartley and Brion James dive below the surface of what we think we know about dolphins to reveal some thought-provoking theories about the animals' healing abilities.

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International Releases Dates

United States 29 October 2005

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Mr. & Mrs. Smith Trailer (2005)

07 June 2005

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14 July 2005

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Constantine Trailer (2005)

15 February 2005

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09 September 2005

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