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Discovering Yosemite


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Catawiki number: 3219675
Category: DVD / Video / Blu-ray
Title: Discovering Yosemite
Original title:  
Series / hero: Various non-fiction
Collection: National Park
Number in collection: 3
Carrier / medium: DVD
Label / publisher: Finley-Holiday Films
Film studio: Finley-Holiday Film Corp.
Release year medium: 2009
Release year movie: 2007
Genre: Documentary
Scenario: Marsh, William
Composer: McCurdy, Richard
Playing time: 80
Number of discs / tapes: 2
Region code: 0: All regions (region free)
Item code/order number: DV3
Barcode: 7 39847 60003 5
Screen format: 4:3 Standard Television
Sound format: Dolby Digital 2.0 / Dolby Digital Stereo
Language on cover: English
Spoken language: English
Language subtitles: German, French, Japanese
Colour / black and white: Colour
Version: In standard synthetic (such as Amaray) caseIcon-information
Extra's: Booklet/info card, Bonus-DVD, Documentaire, Music video, Production Notes
This text has been translated automatically from Dutch. Would you like to see an automatic translation?
De bonus dvd Bears in our National Parks is ook los verkrijgbaar en duurt 60 minuten.

In deze filmreeks heeft het nummer 83.
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Submission date: 14-11-2012 14:34:08
Submitted by: Wouter18
Last updated on: 14-11-2012 16:31:22
Last updated by: Arco
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