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Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West

bigImage It was the dawn of a nation -- a time before the American West became known as the frontier, and little was known about what lay within. Two captains, courageous in spirit and unyielding in their dedication to their mission, led 31 people, including one woman and her infant son, to the Pacific Ocean and back. Now, 200 years after the launch of the expedition, this breathtaking drama is captured for audiences in the newest large-format release from National Geographic. Audiences will experience the danger and beauty of the unknown West as it unfolded before the eyes of Lewis and Clark.

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Lewis & Clark: Off a Cliff [Real 300 K]

Lewis & Clark: Rapids [Real 300 K]

Lewis & Clark: The Making Of [Real 300 K]

Lewis & Clark: Trailer [Real 300 K]

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A National Geographic Film. Senior Producer: Lisa Truitt. Co-Producer: Jeff T. Miller. Director: Bruce Neibaur. Writer: Mose Richards. Narrator: Jeff Bridges. Director of Photography: T.C. Christensen. Composer: Sam Cardon. Distributed by National Geographic Giant Screen Films.

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BMZ Reviews:

Missouri Loves Company By Ross Anthony

Outside Reviews:

"Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West" By Annlee Ellingson, Box Office Magazine

"Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West" By Daniel Eagan, Film Journal International

"Bigger They Come" By Nick Rutigliano, Village Voice

"Westward, Ho!" By Steve Simels, TV Guide

"Review: IMAX film puts historical expedition into perspective" By Linda Cook, Quad-City Times Newspaper Online

Related Articles

Lewis & Clark: Modern-Day Journal By Bern Kubiak (June 2002)

Jeff Bridges to Narrate 'Lewis & Clark' By Destination Cinema, Inc. (January 29, 2002)

Lewis and Clark: Jeff T. Miller's Journey By BMZ Staff (September 2001)

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Rating: Excellent
Posted by: kyra
Great! Should be required viewing for all students. very informative and beautifully done. Loved it! ... Read More >>

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