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FitzPatrick Traveltalks: Volume 2

FitzPatrick Traveltalks: Volume 2 Lowest new price: $21.73
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On behalf of M-G-M, writer, producer, director and narrator James A. FitzPatrick trotted all over the earthly sphere, training his Technicolor camera at sights picturesque and poignant for more than twenty years. His simple, straightforward looks at what was best and most interesting in a location allowed a generation of moviegoers to experience the world from their hometown movie houses.

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National Geographic: 125 Years

National Geographic: 125 Years Lowest new price: $40.49
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National Geographic commemorates 125 years of exploration with this 10-disc collection featuring the moments, the people, and the discoveries that changed the world. From the peak of Mt. Everest to isolated communities within North Korea, National Geographic has captured places and events that few have ever witnessed and documented the power of the human spirit to push beyond boundaries to explore new frontiers.

Showcasing National Geographic s very first television special, Americans on Everest, and more than 20 additional groundbreaking shows, this stunning collection documents memorable milestones, headline-making discoveries, and the journeys of renowned explorers including Dr. Robert Ballard, Dian Fossey, and Dereck and Beverly Joubert.

The Programs include Exploring New Frontiers: National Geographic at 125, Incredible Human Machine, Gorilla, Search For the Afghan Girl, Secrets of the Titanic, Americans on Everest, Everest: 50 Years on the Mountain, Holland Against the Sea, Save the Titanic with Bob Ballard, Inside North Korea, King Kong in My Pocket, Colossal Claw, Supercroc, Inside the White House, The President s Photographer: 50 Years Inside the Oval Office, Eternal Enemies, The Unlikely Leopard, Egypt Eternal: Quest for Lost Tombs, King Tut s Final Secrets, Dr. Leakey and the Dawn of Man and Bones of Turkana.

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FitzPatrick Traveltalks: Volume 1

FitzPatrick Traveltalks: Volume 1 Lowest new price: $23.17
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On behalf of M-G-M, writer, producer, director and narrator James A. FitzPatrick trotted all over the earthly sphere, training his Technicolor camera at sights picturesque and poignant for more than twenty years. His simple, straightforward looks at what was best and most interesting in a location allowed a generation of moviegoers to experience the world from their hometown moviehouses.

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Survivor: Gabon (Season 17)

Survivor: Gabon (Season 17) Lowest new price: $34.99
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Author: SURVIVOR: GABON - SEASON 17

In a strange coincidence, good vs. evil emerges as a major theme this season in Earth's Last Eden – the seventeenth season of Survivor. "I think the audience will quickly identify with one group or the other," host Jeff Probst teases.

Overwhelming hunger puts alliances in jeopardy as large appetites combined with dwindling rations create an immediate air of resentment at one camp. After a power-drunk castaway decides to take the game into his own hands, the tribes endure a challenge that comes down to a nail-biting showdown. Good and evil are truly on full-display, as one castaway attempts to use guilt to gain control of an ally, while another makes a lifetime commitment in a surprisingly intimate gesture. Will the group of deceitful castaways outlast those who play from their heart or will the forces of good prevail? Will temptations interfere with logical decision-making? Most importantly, who will survive?

Shocking tribal councils, crafty use of immunity-idols, and sudden ends to powerful alliances will leave you on the edge of your seat. Find out whether good guys really do finish last in SURVIVOR: GABON on DVD.

Survivor: Gabon Special Features
Meet the cast – an introduction to Survivor’s seventeenth season contestants.
Exit Interviews – the extended exit interviews held immediately after contestants are voted out of the tribe.
Early Show Interviews – interviews with Jeff Probst and this season’s winner.
Sizzle Reel – highlights of cast members’ interviews and special insights.
TV Guide Network Special - Preview hosted by a previous Survivor winner.
Behind the scenes with Jeff Probst
Ponderosa – features the lives of contestants after they are eliminated and sequestered.
Secret Deleted Scenes – on select episodes.
Tribal Council Voting – footage of select contestants.
Additional Interviews – with select contestants.

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ON THE ROAD: AMERICANA COLLECTION

ON THE ROAD: AMERICANA COLLECTION Lowest new price: $31.47
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'Authentic, uplifting Americana' —Time
'Endlessly watchable' —Los Angeles Times
'TV they really, truly don’t make any more' —NPR’s Fresh Air

The beloved Emmy®-winning series that began on the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

For 20 years beginning in 1967, Charles Kuralt wandered America’s byways in search of the unusual and the overlooked. He and his small crew logged more than a million miles and wore out six motor homes. For his homespun vignettes of everyday life, Kuralt won an Emmy® and three Peabody Awards and became a household name.

A tireless champion of the everyman, Kuralt found something interesting about everyone he met. Abandoning the interstate for country roads, he discovered hundreds of uniquely American characters, reporting on singing mailmen, horse traders, cowboys, traffic cops, and a Russian man who waited 43 years to thank the American soldiers who saved his life.

Enlightening and inspiring, Kuralt’s vignettes are souvenirs from a simpler time, and a reminder of what makes America extraordinary. Time capsules of a bygone era, these gentle stories remain deeply meaningful, poignant, and truthful today.

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FitzPatrick Traveltalks: Volume 3

FitzPatrick Traveltalks: Volume 3 Lowest new price: $22.04
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To paraphrase the peripatetic producer of these Technicolor travelogues, it is with this third volume that we reluctantly say farewell to the “voice of the globe,” James A. FitzPatrick. Spanning the years 1940 to 1953, these shorts, produced for MGM, provide poignant and picturesque postcards of the four corners of the Earth, from prewar New Orleans to postwar Western Germany, allowing a generation of moviegoers to experience the world from their hometown movie house. And as a final treat, two supersized travel specials are included – James A. FitzPatrick’s Mighty Manhattan: New York’s Wonder City and the non-FitzPatrick production Rome, The Eternal City, which gives us a glimpse of Cinecittà (and Deborah Kerr!) during the production of Quo Vadis.

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Visions of Greece

Visions of Greece Lowest new price: $13.89
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A beautiful virtual tour that lifts off from Athens, and embarks on an odyssey as varied and dramatic as Greek history, exploring islands scattered like stones in the blue Aegean, ancient ruins, verdant hills, rocky coastlines, and timeless traditions. The dramatic view is enhanced by a soundtrack of traditional and modern Greek music and a narrative that celebrates Greek history and mythology.

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BBQ With Franklin DVD

BBQ With Franklin DVD Lowest new price: $16.83
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Join pitmaster and James Beard Award-winner Aaron Franklin, widely regarded as one of the most influential pitmasters in the United States, in his world of BBQ visiting BBQ joints large and small BBQ pits. Ten episodes include: Brisket; Sausage; Whole Hog; The Pits; Fire & Smoke; Poultry & Sauce; Direct Heat & Mesquite; Competition; Pickin Beef; Leftovers.

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Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, Collection Six- Part Two

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, Collection Six- Part Two Lowest new price: $10.06
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In this collection of the Emmy-winning series, Anthony Bourdain continues to traverse the globe and discover other people and cultures through their cuisines. From chowing down on ox tails in Madrid during the World Cup to sampling Pakistani dishes and skiing indoors in Dubai, Tony always finds the new and exciting in every destination he travels to.

Disc 1
Where It All Began
Liberia
Dubái
Rome
Madrid
Disc 2
Kerala, India
Paris
Back to Beirut
Bonus Features
What Were We Thinking (100th Episode)
Making of India

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The Silk Road: The Journey from China to Turkey

The Silk Road: The Journey from China to Turkey Lowest new price: $10.86
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The Silk Road influenced the great civilizations of China, India, Ancient Egypt, Persia, Arabia, and Ancient Rome. The Silk Road was filmed by award-winning filmmaker Marlin Darrah, and crew. In 1271 Marco Polo left Venice, Italy on a journey of 4,000 miles to China. His book, The Travels of Marco Polo, opened the trade route to greater traffic as cultures, ideas, and goods from the West and East were exchanged and great fortunes were made on the Silk Road. China traded silk, teas, and porcelain. India traded spices, ivory, textiles, precious stones, and pepper. The Roman Empire exported gold, silver, fine glassware, wine, carpets, and jewels. This program travels through five countries and thirty cities bridging the Far East with Europe. Visit these exotic lands and learn about their cultures, modern traditions, and histories.

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