The Island at the Top of the World

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This Disney family adventure, directed by Robert Stevenson in his Jules Verne mode, concern a group of explorers who travel to the Arctic Circle in 1908 to explore the uncharted wastes of the North Pole. Sir Anthony Ross (Donald Sinden), a rich Londoner, organizes an Arctic exploration team in hopes of locating his missing son. Providing expert advice is Prof. John Ivarson (David Hartman), a professor of Nordic history. As the group explores the frozen tundra, they come across an unknown valley, skirting the ...
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This Disney family adventure, directed by Robert Stevenson in his Jules Verne mode, concern a group of explorers who travel to the Arctic Circle in 1908 to explore the uncharted wastes of the North Pole. Sir Anthony Ross (Donald Sinden), a rich Londoner, organizes an Arctic exploration team in hopes of locating his missing son. Providing expert advice is Prof. John Ivarson (David Hartman), a professor of Nordic history. As the group explores the frozen tundra, they come across an unknown valley, skirting the borders of a giant volcano, that turns out to be a lost Viking kingdom.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/17/2002
  • UPC: 013131241693
  • Original Release: 1974
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  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
David Hartman Prof. Ivarsson
Donald Sinden Sir Anthony Ross
Jacques Marin Capt. Brieux
Mako Oomiak
David Gwillim Donald Ross
Niels Hinrichsen Sigurd
Gunnar Ohlund The Godi
Erik Silju Torvald
Rolf Soder Lawspeaker
Agneta Eckemyr Freyja
James Almanzar French Engineer
Ivor Barry The Butler
Brendan Dillon The Factor
Denny Miller Town Guard
Sverre Anker Ousdal Gunnar
Lee Paul Chief of Boat Archers
Torsten Wahlund Sven
Lasse Kolstad Erik
Darrell Sandeen
Technical Credits
Robert Stevenson Director
Art Cruickshank Special Effects
Peter Ellenshaw Art Director
Ronald R. Grow Asst. Director
Winston Hibler Producer
Maurice Jarre Score Composer
Danny Lee Special Effects
John Mansbridge Art Director
Frank Phillips Cinematographer
Al Y. Roelofs Art Director
Robert Stafford Editor
Herb Taylor Sound/Sound Designer
Bill Thomas Costumes/Costume Designer
Dean Thomas Sound/Sound Designer
Walter Tyler Art Director
John Whedon Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Program Start/Credits [2:25]
2. The Expedition [5:37]
3. The Hyperion [8:14]
4. Propeller Problems [3:24]
5. The Arctic [2:21]
6. Through the Ice [1:38]
7. Oomiak [5:33]
8. The Search Continues [3:04]
9. Follow the Whales [3:33]
10. Into the Clouds [3:44]
11. Stranded [2:23]
12. Prisoners [5:45]
13. Freyja and Her Father [3:32]
14. Asgard [4:11]
15. On Trial [4:50]
16. A Viking Sendoff [4:30]
17. The Cave [3:51]
18. Escape From Asgard [6:08]
19. Where the Whales Go to Die [4:35]
20. Killer Whales [1:51]
21. Captain Brieux [1:54]
22. The Hyperion Rises Again [7:13]
23. The Lawspeaker [1:29]
24. Good-byes [1:50]
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