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This week our film is Jacques Cousteau’s last feature length documentary:
Voyage to the Edge of the World
Voyage to the Edge of the World is the story of a human adventure. Cousteau, his son Philippe and the Cousteau team onboard Calypso head out into the great white continent, Antarctica.
The last of Cousteau’s feature length films, this film tells the story of Cousteau’s first discovery of Antarctica and the beauty it holds. The long and perilous journe through the ice made this one of Calypso’s and Cousteau’s most dangerous missions. Equipped with a hot air balloon, a helicopter and the famous diving saucer Denise, the world would get to discover Antarctica in ways never before seen.
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