Published: Hollywood, Calif. : CBS DVD : Paramount Home Entertainment, c2007 Description: 12 videodiscs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 1415734607, 9781415734605, Language: English
Originally broadcast on television from 1992-1996
Contains select episodes from the television series
"Some episodes may be edited from their original network versions."
Special features: Disc 1: Archaeology: unearthing our past; Howard Carter and the Tomb of Tutankhamun; Colonel Lawrence's war: T.E. Lawrence and Arabia; From slavery to freedom ; Disc 3: Theodore Roosevelt and the American century; Ecology: pulse of the planet; American dreams: Norman Rockwell & The Saturday Evening Post; Art rebellion: the making of the modern; Edgar Degas: reluctant rebel; Braque + Picasso: a collaboration ; Disc 5: Giacomo Puccini: music of the heart; It's opera!; The Archduke's last journey: end of an era; Powder keg: Europe 1900 to 1914; Sigmund Freud: exploring the unconscious; Carl Jung and the journey to self discovery; Psychology: charting the human mind ; Disc 6: Seeking truth: the life of Leo Tolstoy; Unquiet voices: Russian writers and the State; Aristotle: creating foundations; Ancient questions: philosophy and our search for meaning ; Disc 7: Jiddu Krishnamurti: the reluctant Messiah; Annie Besant: an unlikely rebel; Medicine in the Middle Kingdom; Eastern spirituality: the road to enlightenment? ; Disc 9: Thomas Edison: lighting up the world; Invention and innovation: what's behind a good idea?; The mystery of Edward Stratemeyer; Wanted-- dead or alive: Pancho Villa and the American invasion of Mexico; General John J. Pershing and his American Army; George S. Patton: American Achilles ; Disc 11: Easter Rising: the Poet's Rebellion; The passion of William Butler Yeats; Sean O'Casey vs. Ireland; Ireland: the power of the poets; Winston Churchill: the lion's roar; Demanding the vote: the Pankhursts and British suffrage; Fighting for the vote: women's suffrage in America ; Disc 12: Interactive timeline; Historical lecture: the promise of progress; Revolution interactive game
Sean Patrick Flanery, George Hall, Corey Carrier, Margaret Tyzack, Ruth De Sosa, Lloyd Owen, Kevin McNally
Join the amazing journeys of young Indy as he crosses paths with Picasso, Freud, Edison and other larger-than-life luminaries on his travels around the world
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo., NTSC
DVD-ROM minimum system requirements: Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP1) with a Pentium 4 or compatible CPU, 1 GB RAM, 150 MB available hard drive space, a video card with 64 MB RAM, 16 bit sound card and a DVD-ROM drive. Macintosh requirements: OS X Version 10.3.9+, G4, 1 GB RAM and 150 MB available hard drive space
English dialogue, English subtitles; closed-captioned
Disc 1 (Chapter 1: Egypt 1908): My first adventure ; Special features -- Disc 2 (Chapter 2: Paris-Kenya 1908-1909): Passion for life -- Disc 3: Passion for life special features -- Disc 4 (Chapter 3: Florence-Vienna 1908): The perils of Cupid -- Disc 5: The perils of Cupid special features -- Disc 6 (Chapter 4: Russia-Greece 1910): Travels with father ; Special features -- Disc 7 (Chapter 5: India-China 1910): Journey of radiance ; Special features -- Disc 8 (Chapter 6: Princeton-Mexico 1916): Spring break adventure -- Disc 9: Spring break adventure special features -- Disc 10 (Chapter 7: Ireland-England 1916): Love's sweet song -- Disc 11: Love's sweet song special features -- Disc 12: Interactive bonus disc
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