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Everest: The Mystery of Mallory and Irvine ~ VHS ~
David Breashears, Andrew Harvard
Lost on Everest ~ VHS ~ Usually ships in 24 hours
 
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  • The IMAX Everest video is available for shipping ! Everest (IMAX) (1998) -- Everest; VHS  ! Our Price: 

     

     

     

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    Amazon comments: "Because it is there" is the reason so many men and women have risked death to climb Mount Everest, the tallest mountain on earth. NOVA follows a scientific investigation of high-altitude physiology in Everest: The Death Zone, which examines the biological and psychological changes experienced by a group of climbers during their ascent. Jodie Foster's narration accompanies the team as the NOVA photographers capture the stark, alien beauty of the mountain; the drama reaches a crescendo on the descent as it becomes unclear whether or not an ill climber will make it. Well worth watching by anyone interested in mountain climbing or the limits of human endurance, Everest: The Death Zone is at once cautionary and inspiring. --Rob Lightner

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  • Amazon Review: Breathtaking cinematography and vintage footage focus on a small Sherpa village in Nepal where Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reunite to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their conquest of Mount Everest's summit. The first men to reach they summit, Sir Edmund and Norgay are also clearly friends. The genuine esteem between Sir Edmund and his family and residents of Kungbu, Nepal, is refreshing after the stories of numerous wealthy tourists' attempts to climb Everest, where Sherpas are mentioned in passing like colonial resources to be bought. One of the most remarkable features of this beautiful and educational video is the unusual insider perspective into the inner world of Sherpa culture, into the homes and families and monastic life of these high-altitude dwellers. Sir Edmund is a revered and popular figure in the Sherpa communities where he has devoted decades to constructing schools and empowering villagers. In addition to discussing the historic first conquest of Everest and the changes both the Hillary family and the Sherpa communities in Nepal have experienced in the last 30 years, this video is a rich cultural documentary of the Sherpa way of life. This video, part of the National Geographic video series, is like the triumphant other side of the Everest story for anyone who has enjoyed Jon Krakauer's Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster. --Tara Chace

    Video Description: On May 28, 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first men to conquer Mount Everest. They risked their lives for the honor of standing where no human had ever before: at the summit of the highest mountain peak in the world. Now, more than 30 years later, Hillary and his climbing companion return to Everest to celebrate their historic ascent. Complete with breathtaking footage from the 1953 expedition, RETURN TO EVEREST is a tribute to the brave men who tamed this famous mountain, as well as the Sherpa people of Nepal who helped these pioneers achieve their goal.

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Amazon: Reviews: Michael Biehn plays a Seattle attorney who talks his friend, a physics instructor (Matt Craven), into joining a party with plans to climb the tallest and least accessible mountain in the world, K-2. Biehn's arrogant character immediately bumps noggins with the tour's leader (Raymond J. Barry) and the latter's strong-willed girlfriend (Patricia Charbonneau). But when various disasters begin to strike at the group, cooperation ensues, followed by assorted acts of heroism, friendship, and self-sacrifice under almost unimaginable conditions of lethal distress. Based on a play that examined the view on human values from a perch far above the world most of us know, K-2 surrounds that essential drama with extraordinary location footage. Director Franc Roddam (Quadrophenia) succeeds very well at turning a thoughtful piece into a fine action movie--and vice versa. --Tom Keogh Michael Biehn plays a Seattle attorney who talks his friend, a physics instructor (Matt Craven), into joining a party with plans to climb the tallest and least accessible mountain in the world, K-2. Biehn's arrogant character immediately bumps noggins with the tour's leader (Raymond J. Barry) and the latter's strong-willed girlfriend (Patricia Charbonneau). But when various disasters begin to strike at the group, cooperation ensues, followed by assorted acts of heroism, friendship, and self-sacrifice under almost unimaginable conditions of lethal distress. Based on a play that examined the view on human values from a perch far above the world most of us know, K-2 surrounds that essential drama with extraordinary location footage. Director Franc Roddam (Quadrophenia) succeeds very well at turning a thoughtful piece into a fine action movie--and vice versa. --Tom Keogh Michael Biehn plays a Seattle attorney who talks his friend, a physics instructor (Matt Craven), into joining a party with plans to climb the tallest and least accessible mountain in the world, K-2. Biehn's arrogant character immediately bumps noggins with the tour's leader (Raymond J. Barry) and the latter's strong-willed girlfriend (Patricia Charbonneau). But when various disasters begin to strike at the group, cooperation ensues, followed by assorted acts of heroism, friendship, and self-sacrifice under almost unimaginable conditions of lethal distress. Based on a play that examined the view on human values from a perch far above the world most of us know, K-2 surrounds that essential drama with extraordinary location footage. Director Franc Roddam (Quadrophenia) succeeds very well at turning a thoughtful piece into a fine action movie--and vice versa. --Tom Keogh

From Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide: A Seattle assistant D. A. (brash) and his physics-prof pal (gentle) attempt to climb the world's steepest and most remote mountain. Gritty outdoor expansion of Patrick Meyers' play, which won a Tony for its impressive mountain set; magnificent outdoor footage compensates for that, but not for the stock movie characterizations. Film never tops its first fifteen minutes, which are spellbinding.

Synopsis: Two friends, one brash (Taylor) and one cautious (Harold), join a millionaire's mountain-climbing expedition in an attempt on the world's second-highest peak, K2. The mountain's reputation for danger soon proves to be true, leaving Taylor and Harold to make the final assault alone.

Video Description: Two friends risk it all to climb the legendary "Savage Mountain" in northern Pakistan, unaware that the only thing standing between themselves and sure death is the loyalty of friendship.

Video Annotation: The title, "K2", refers to Karakoram Peak 2, the second highest mountain in the world, at 28,250 feet. "K2" originally appeared as a one-act Broadway play. Written by Patrick Meyers, the play featured only two characters, Taylor (played by Jeffrey De Munn) & Harold (Jay Patterson). The setting won a Tony for designer Ming Cho Lee and featured a 55-foot styrofoam mountain. Vancouver, Canada, and Mount Steinbok, found 125 miles east of Vancouver, stood in for Seattle, Washington and Moose's Tooth, Alaska, which are featured in the film's opening scenes. Filming at three different locations provided the K2 footage: Mount Waddington, 200 miles north of Vancouver; Skardu, Pakistan; and Blackcomb Mountain, a ski resort 75 miles north of Vancouver. July

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Americans on Everest ~ VHS
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Liam Neeson
Everest - The Death Zone ~ DVD ~
Jodie Foster
Everest: Mountain Of Dreams, Mountain of Doom ~ DVD
 
Everest: The Death Zone ~ VHS ~
 
Everest: Mountain of Dreams 2-Pk ~ VHS
 
Into the Thin Air of Everest, Box Set ~ VHS ~
 
Into the Thin Air of Everest: Conquest of Everest ~ VHS ~
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Into the Thin Air of Everest: Everest, Tempting Fate ~ VHS ~
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Into Thin Air: Death on Everest ~ VHS ~
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National Geographic's Return to Everest ~ VHS ~
 
National Geographic's Surviving Everest: The Collector's Edition ~ DVD ~
 
Everest - Climb for Hope ~ VHS
Leslie Nielsen
Everest Box Set ~ VHS
 
Everest: The Mystery of Mallory and Irvine ~ VHS ~
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