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To The South Pole with Peter Scott  (1966)

Captain Robert Falcon Scott's fateful journey to the Pole (1912) with his small band of companions has become legend.  54 years later (1966 when film was made), his son Peter Scott made his own first journey to the frozen continent.  McMurdo Sound and Base, Cape Crozier, Scott Base, Vostock, the Polar Plateau, and the South Pole.  Masses of Antarctic scenics including some nice shots of heaving ice sheets and cold inhospitable sea.

Copyright holder

Copyright Holder: BBC - Natural History Unit
Address: c/o BBC Motion Gallery
Room E251
Woodlands
80 Wood Lane
London
W12 0TT
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8433 2861 / 2
Email: motiongallery.uk@bbc.co.uk
Website: http://www.bbcmotiongallery.com

Film credits

Appearance: Peter Markham Scott
Cameraman: Charles Lagus BSC.
Producer: Christopher Ralling
Production Organisation: BBC - Natural History Unit