White Wilderness

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Walt Disney Pictures Released 1958

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Director:
James Algar
Released:
1958
Rating:
G
White Wilderness is a 1958 Disney documentary that explores the arctic and examines the animals that live in the harsh habitat that exists up there. Listen as Winston Hibler narrates the film that examines the Alberta, Canada area and the animals that supposedly dwell in that area of the world. The film allows viewers to see animals ranging from polar bears to the arctic rodents known as lemmings. This film has been called one of Walt Disney's most creatively deceptive filming jobs that he ever assisted in producing. One of the more dramatic scenes of the documentary is when we watch a polar bear struggle to stay on an iceberg where he is constantly in danger of slipping off into the icy water. This film is part of the True Life Adventures series that Disney filmed in the 1950s and was part of Disney's award-winning series titled The Wonderful World of Color.

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Documentary, Science

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Profile, Animals, Pets & Nature