An animated short film by Phil Mulloy.
The Hundred Acre friends take your child on adventures where the friendliest part is realizing how much fun it is to share "growing up moments" with your very best pals. The fun starts with four delightful tales that illustrate how consideration, responsible behavior, and a little imagination can lead to wonderful experiences. Join Pooh and his pals as they find excitement around the Hundred Acre Wood. And when Tigger's birthday wishes get out of hand, your child will see how good behavior can get better results than all the wishes in the world. As each story unfolds, your child will be surrounded by favorite friends who show how to turn troubles around with a little respect, good behavior, and fun imaginative play. It's just one more way Pooh makes growing up fun.
The Hundred Acre Wood friends take your child on adventures where the friendliest part is realizing how much fun it is to share "growing up moments with your very best pals. The fun starts with four delightful tales that illustrate how consideration, responsible behavior and a little imagination can lead to wonderful experiences. Join Pooh and his pals as they find excitement around the Hundred Acre Wood. And when Tigger's birthday wishes get out of hand, your child will see how good behavior can get better results than all the wishes in the world. As each story unfolds, your child will be surrounded by favorite friends who show how to turn troubles around with a little respect, good behavior and fun imaginative play. It's just one more way Pooh makes growing up fun.
Documentary looking at the ways which computer on-line services and the Internet have evolved, how they have been applied and the problems they can cause.
The film presents compelling evidence that Altlantis wasn't so far away after all, but what it omits is just as compelling. Although Plato’s account of Atlantian masonry, consisting of red, white and black stones, was a visually perfect match for the modern walls of the Minoan excavation site favored by the film, and his account of a sea made impassable by small islands of mud could, in fact, be a description of the rafts of pumice left by the catastrophic eruption of an ancient volcano there, little mention is made of Plato's specific account of where Atlantis was or the common root that links Atlantis to the Atlantic ocean. Also omitted is Plato's chronology placing the sinking of Atlantis in the same time frame as the end of the last ice age which caused the inundation of huge expanses of once fertile lands. Is "Atlantis: The Evidence" a thinly disguised example of Eurocentrism in the media? Watch Discovery: Atlantis for a more comprehensive view on an age-old debate.
Wolves have been demonized for centuries, blood thirsty beasts haunting our nightmares. We were determined to dispel this myth and show the true nature of wolves. Compassionate family animals, both playful and affectionate. For six years in a tented camp in the wilderness of Idaho, we lived among a pack of wolves, listening to them, earning their trust.Now in "Living With Wolves," we share more of the story of The Sawtooth Pack, first told in our two-time Emmy Award-winning documentary, Wolves at Our Door. Our own lives, brought together by a devotion to wildlife, were forever changed by these elusive, intelligent animals who accepted us. Overcoming forest fires, marauding mountain lions and sub-zero winters, we share with you a heart-warming and unique partnership of human and predator, built on trust and defying the storm of controversy surrounding the wolf.
Documentary reveals how fireworks are made, how they create their effects and how pyrotechnicians design and execute firework displays.
A look back at the origins of rocket science and forward to the cutting edge technology of reusable rockets and shuttles. Using computer animation, the program also explores the future of space travel that may some day carry commercial passengers or "tourists" into space.
A super laser was a planet-destroying super weapon that often used several separate "super laser beams" combined together as a single beam. This devastating device was designed to destroy planets with one shot at full power. There were also smaller-scale super lasers of lesser power designed for use against capital ships. Yet another small-scale super laser was a type used by the Geonosians in their droid factories to melt iron ore.
Documentary that takes a scientific and historical look at the story of Moses. Uses archaeological evidence from the stables of Ramses II to little-known Egyptian texts to seek answers to questions about Moses and his origins.
Documentary that explores the birth and growth of satellite espionage.
Doomsday fanatics believe that a lost civilization predicted our fate more than 1,000 years ago – that the world will come to an end on 21st December 2012. They claim that fire will pour down from the skies and the oceans will rise up and swallow the land. They are adamant destruction on this date is certain, and evidence confirming our impending doom can be found in ancient calendars and the movements of the stars and planets. ’2012 Apocalypse’ investigates these plausible planetary disasters and whether or not they determine if the end of life on Earth really is lurking just around the corner.
Filmed by Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Al Giddings, this timeless program takes a stirring look at the largest, tallest, longest-living things on the planet: trees. Stunning location footage captures the variety and the grandeur of the Pacific Northwest, the Florida Everglades, the Shenandoah Valley, and the Great Sonoran Desert. Quotations from Sierra Club founder John Muir and others who revere nature are interwoven with information on topics ranging from the function of forest ecosystems, to the effects of deforestation, to the integration of parks into urban landscapes.
Documentary exploring the hundreds of species of life that thrive in total darkness at the hydrothermal vents along the Mid-Ocean Ridge, several miles below the ocean surface. Little food filters down from the surface and there is no sunlight to support photosynthesis.
In June 1942, Japanese bombers tried to level the American presence on Midway Island in a bid to steam unimpeded toward the U.S. mainland. Yet the U.S. Navy had two aces up its sleeve: advance knowledge of Japanese plans and a dive-bomber that was nearly invulnerable to attack. When the smoke cleared after the U.S. ambush, four Japanese aircraft carriers -- the Kaga, the Soryu, the Hiryu and the Akagi -- lay on the ocean floor. The program shows how the U.S. Navy and private enterprise teamed up on a 1999 expedition that solved a half-century of military mystery: where exactly did the Japanese ships go down?
By the end of the Ice Age - only ten thousand years ago - many great mammals had died out. The woolly mammoth, the dire wolf, the saber-tooth cat and others disappeared as a result of severe climatic changes that engulfed the planet. And yet other animals persevered. Today, they go on in dwindling numbers as the last of the Ice Age survivors. Scientists are piecing together their past while others work to safeguard the future of these living relics. Despite climate changes over the past 15,000 years and human predation, their descendants persist in a few unspoiled regions of the globe.
Following the progress of the Mars Lander mission to Mars with the University of Phoenix.
Ambitious spanish-french co-production (costed one million pesetas in those years) based on the life of Christopher Columbus.