DisneyNature EARTH DVD Giveaway

I’m thrilled to be reviewing this movie in the near future. I’m also able to give two away. Read about the new motion picture label and a little about the movie. Stick around until the end!
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Disney Nature Earth

The Walt Disney Company Launches a Groundbreaking New Motion Picture Label

DisneyNature Continues the Rich Disney Storytelling Tradition with a Stunning and Heartwarming First Feature Film


?Better than March of the Penguins? ? Pete Hammond, Hollywood.com

Burbank, California, July 10, 2009 ?The Walt Disney Company introduces a new motion picture label, DisneyNature, to home audiences when Earth comes to Blu-ray? Hi-Def and DVD on September 1, 2009 from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment. The debut home entertainment offering from the label, Earth tells a trio of unforgettable stories sure to captivate movie lovers of all ages. Set against some of the world?s most spectacular vistas, this breathtaking motion picture achievement uses the classic Disney storytelling tradition to celebrate the diversity and determination of its animal stars in a heroic journey that covers the Earth from pole to pole.

Award-winning filmmakers Alastair Fothergill (?The Blue Planet?) and Mark Linfield (?Planet Earth?) employ the latest innovations in film techniques to bring Earth?s stunning visuals to the screen. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the inaugural release from Disneynature is just the beginning of an instantly collectible new line of films and a worthy successor to the beloved, Academy Award?-winning True Life Adventures series, which includes The Living Desert (Best Documentary, Features; 1953) and The Vanishing Prairie (Best Documentary, Features; 1954).

In the Arctic, a mother polar bear trailed by her two cubs searches for food as their icy hunting grounds melt away. A herd of African elephants slowly traverses the arid Kalahari Desert toward the water-rich Okavango Delta. A humpback whale and her calf make a 4,000-mile journey in an epic migration that takes them from tropical waters all the way to Antarctica. Remarkable high-definition footage follows these creatures and more to places human beings rarely see, capturing unique worlds populated by Mandarin ducks and birds of paradise, as well as a pride of lions and a vast caribou herd. Filled with
surprising facts and extraordinary images, Earth is a dazzling portrait of life on our planet.

Check out the trailer for EARTH.


Two winners of this giveaway will each receive the DVD version of DisneyNature Earth.


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188 thoughts on “DisneyNature EARTH DVD Giveaway

  1. Rebecca,

    Are you from Florida?  I understand there is an area there that is home to the manatee.


  2. Last minute entries…probably won’t win, but that’s okay. I would love to see a manatee in real life. It was a long time ago, but when I was in first grade, our class adopted a manatee and ever since I have wanted to see one. Thanks for the chance to win this DVD…I will see it whether I win or not!

  3. Daniel,

    There are lots of waterfalls there.  We drove all the way around the islands of Oahu and Maui.  Some of the roads are one lane in pplaces for all directions and the natives drive like wildfire.  It is hard to see many withoout a considerable hike.



  4. It’s too difficult to choose, but I think I’d most like to go scuba-diving off the coast of Australia, and submerge myself in the other world there. It’s wondrous to see reefs on screen, but to be there myself would be amazing. I’ve heard tons about this DVD. I hope I’ll get to see it sometime soon!

  5. Michelle,

    The old zoos were far more problematic for animals than modern ones.  Still most people can’t travel everywhere and, with the present economy, possibly anywhere.  We can learn so much from animals.  Never to see a panda bear either greater or lesser variety would be a great loss to most of us.


  6. I would love to see manatees in their natural environment..so far I’ve only seen them in captivity (I suspect it’s just not the same, always feel sorry for caged animals). These are my favorite mammals =)

  7. Karen,

    When the kids were growing up in the 70’s, we took the oldest two (the youngest still hadn’t arrived) to Great Adventure Safari every week to see the animals.  Lion cubs are beautiful.  Got to see them up close since hubby worked there back then.



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