Walking with prehistoric beasts

British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service

DVD - 2002

Journey into a strange world where flightless terror birds as tall as a man can kill with a single snap of their powerful beaks. Early ancestors of man struggle for power and territory trying to defend themselves against saber-tooth tiger attacks. This begins with the end of the dinosaurs and ends with the rise of the first humans.

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Genres
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Published
Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video [2002], c2001.
Language
English
Item Description
Originally broadcast by BBC1, Nov. 15, 2001 as Walking with beasts.
Special features: two 50-minute behind-the-scenes featurettes; interviews with creators; photo gallery; storyboards; trailers; fact files for each beast.
Physical Description
2 videodiscs (DVD)(180 min., 120 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Audience
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Production Credits
Key animatronics designers, Richard Gregory, Lindsay Harris, Reza Karim ... [et al.] ; editors, Greg Smith, Andrew Wilks ; original music, Ben Bartlett, Jack MacInnis.
ISBN
0790761955
Corporate Author
British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service (-)
Other Authors
Jasper James (-), Nigel Patterson, Kate Bartlett, Michael Olmert, Kenneth Branagh, Stockard Channing
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Journey to a strange new world where flightless terror birds as tall as a man kill with a single snap of their powerful beaks, and early ancestors of man struggle for power and territory, trying to defend themselves from the famous saber-toothed tiger. It's an extraordinary trip through history and evolution that begins with the end of the dinosaurs and ends with the rise of even more mysterious creatures: the first humans. This 2xDVD set contains two 50-minute behind-the-scenes featurettes,

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Discusses dinosaurs, the succession of creatures that came over the following millenia, and the early ancestors of man.