The Restless Sea (1964)
The Restless Sea examines the oceans. The half-hour film was the last of the Bell Telephone Science Series, and was produced by Walt Disney Productions. The director was Les Clark; the film starred Walt Disney, as himself, and Sterling Holloway, who replaced Baxter.
Classic Bell Science Classroom film! color, fullscreen, mono, 30 minutes + bonus. DVD-R comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic.
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For 20 years I used this video in teaching Earth Science. This is by far the best video on the subject of the oceans I ever saw. “Almost, childlike,” it presents concepts and information in delightfully and deliciously entertaining and memorable formats including actual movie clips and colorfully animated clips. My students always enjoyed its’ content, and remembered the information. Yes, it is old, animated, and designed for entertainment as well as education. Yet, just about all of it is still 100% accurate. If you are an educator, from higher level graduate courses right down to elementary school, your students will learn a lot from this great video, or at the least make information they may already have been exposed to much more memorable, and understandable. And isn’t that what we teacher / professors are after. (If I do say so, my students routinely score ‘highest’ on assessments, due in part, to this masterful educational video.)
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