20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

DVD - 2003
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A trouble-shooting 19th century seaman is trying to discover why so many whaling ships have been disappearing of late. Teaming with a scientist and a diver, they set sail to investigate. They are promptly captured by the megalomaniac Captain Nemo, who skippers a lavish, scientifically advanced submarine.
Publisher: [United States] : Walt Disney Home Entertainment ; Burbank, CA : Buena Vista Home Entertainment, [2003], c1954
Edition: Special ed. Widescreen version (2.551)
Description: 2 videodiscs (127 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN: 9780788838088
0788838083
Branch Call Number: DVD Twen

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green_cat_3454
Jun 23, 2017

Another great Disney movie, it has enough humor, a great plot, and appreciable acting, hard to forget this movie from the the golden age of Disney.

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mk11
Sep 19, 2016

An interesting movie of an all-time classic. The mysterious Captain Nemo and the ever optimistic Professor were well portrayed in this casting. The Nautilus was equally fascinating. A great movie to watch.

rwraysmith May 20, 2016

I saw this movie when I was a kid and just loved it. The submarine was cool and the special effects - for a kid - were amazing. My love of this story was even enhanced by a trip to Disneyworld, which in those days had a 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea ride, in which you could go underwater on an adventure. But seeing the movie as an adult with my kids has tempered my enthusiasm. While this version of the Nautilus is way cool, and nothing beats the steampunk look of the underwater gear and Nemo's command center, the movie itself kind of drags. After awhile, Kirk Douglas' character becomes so obnoxious with that stupid song he sings that YOU WISH Nemo would carry through on his ongoing threat to throw him overboard. Still, it is a fun movie to watch with the family.

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SeattleSueLibrary
Aug 25, 2015

Unfortunately, the DVD I borrowed was damaged; therefore, it would not track through several chapters. It would be a perfect world if all borrowers would treat the items kindly so others could enjoy them.

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waltermatyas
Feb 18, 2015

Its well played and quote advanced technically for those times. No swearing, no vulgarism or sex for the sake of sex. I like to see the behaviour of people of the past. In modern movies often you hear mumble or poor pronunciation. Here is not the case. Interesting story-board though ends little awkward.

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rwraysmith May 20, 2016

rwraysmith thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over

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