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90 Degrees South

A remarkable film that uses footage shot in 1913 of Captain Robert Scott's ill-fated voyage to the South Pole, the trek in which the British explorer and his entire crew perished on the trip home. Scott's friend, photographer Herbert G Ponting, later weaved incredible shots of Antarctic terrain and wildlife with segments from Scott's diary to tell this inspiring but tragic story.

Year: 1933
Genre: Documentaries, Film Festivals 1999, General Docos, Biography
Country: UK
Director: Herbert Ponting
Starring: Captain Robert Falcon Scott
Duration: 72 Minutes
Rating: G
8.6/10
Location in store: Documentary (Biographies)

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