Disney’s Earth Movie
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Disneynature works with
some of the best documentary filmmakers in the world in an
effort to bring nature into view for all of us. They also
intend to help make people more aware of what they can do to
help our planet Earth.
Earth was a joint BBC, Greenwich and Discovery
Channel Production, which was was hotly anticipated and opened
in theatres on Earth Day, April 22, 2009. Some loved Earth,
others were disappointed.
As anticipated as
Disneynature’s Earth was, it was also highly controversial.
On this page you will find a discussion of the film, the
original trailers, links to many movie reviews and a lot more
information pictures about the film which is available on DVD
and blu-ray now. You will also find links to purchase it
directly from Amazon. Amazon’s price is usually pretty
competitive plus they offer FREE shipping on orders worth $25
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DisneyNature’s Earth on blu-ray or DVD from
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