Lewis & Clark - The Journey of the Corps of Discovery
The Ken Burns directed documentary on the travels of Lewis and Clark comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include a making-of featurette, an interview of Burns by Charlie Rose, and a featurette concerning the working methods of the documentarian. This is a great release for any history enthusiast, and may well be of use to teachers in a classroom setting.
Closed Caption; Ken Burns: making history, see what inspires Ken Burns to think beyond what history books dictate to create gripping and compelling films; A Conversation with Ken Burns- an unprecedented look at the filmmaker at work, gathering history,making history; The making of Lewis & Clark featurette; Charlie Rose interviews with producers Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan and author Stephen Ambrose
Side #1 -- Disc One 1. Introduction [16:14] 2. The Grandfather Spirit [15:57] 3. The Garden of Eden [17:39] 4. Our Friends [11:55] 5. The Real Unknown [14:14] 6. The Portage [6:35] 7. The Northwest Passage [12:19] 8. Credits [7:14] Side #2 -- Disc Two 1. Introduction [13:55] 2. The Most Terrible Mountains [8:44] 3. Watkuweis [9:49] 4. O! The Joy [14:54] 5. Rainy and Wet [24:13] 6. Done for Posterity [9:35] 7. Credits [20:27]
Side #1 -- Disc One Play Movie Scene Selections Special Features Interview with Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan Interview with Stephen Ambrose PBS Online Side #2 -- Disc Two Play Movie Scene Selections Special Features The Making of Lewis & Clark Ken Burns: Making History A Conversation with Ken Burns PBS Online
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