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The World without Sun

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1x90'

HD

Photo: The Cousteau Society

In a realm where the sun never shines, the first oceanauts are pioneers of an historic adventure, the conquest of the continental shelf, a worldwide territory, larger than Africa. This is the first time an undersea vessel, Cousteau's diving saucer, has had an undersea base -a submarine hangar where the oceanauts live at depths of thirty five and eighty six feet down for a month, enabling them to work eighty feet down the reef five hours a day and make excursions 165 feet deep and return directly to base.

Oscar of The Best Documentary Feature Film in 1964

Feature Film > Feature Film

Theme(s):
Feature Film
Producer(s) & Channel(s):
Filmad-Requins associés / Orsay Films
Director(s):
Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Simone Cousteau & Albert Falco
Year:
1963
Versions:
English / French
Nationality:
France
Available rights:
French-speaking territories / Worldwide

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