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Title The man who skied down Everest [(DVD) videorecording] / a Crawley Films production ; Faircrest Films Ltd. ; producer, F.R. Crawley ; writer Judith Crawley.

Publication Info. [Chatsworth, Calif.] : Image Entertainment, [date of publication not identified]
℗1975
Location Call No. Status
 Nichols Adult DVD Nonfiction  796.93092 MIU    AVAILABLE
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Description 1 videodisc (85 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD.
Language In English, French, and Spanish.
Credits Research by Vernon Hyman ; music director, Larry Crosley ; music performed by Nexus and Robert Aitken, flute ; film editors, Bob Cooper, Millie Moore ; editorial concepts and direction, Lawrence B. Schiller ; director of photography, Mitsuji Kanau.
Audience Rated G.
Summary Yuichiro Miura, a member of the 1970 Japanese Everest Skiing Expedition, had the dream of skiing down Mount Everest. This film shows how the dream was accomplished.
Note Videodisc release of the 1975 motion picture.
Awards Academy Award Best documentary, 1975.
Subject Miura, Yūichirō, 1932-
Skiers -- Japan -- Biography -- Videodiscs.
Skis and skiing -- Videodiscs.
Everest, Mount (China and Nepal) -- Description and travel -- Videodiscs.
DVDs.
Local Subject ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS, 1975.
Genre Documentary films.
Added Author Schiller, Lawrence, director.
Crawley, F. R. (Frank Radford), 1911-1987, producer.
Crawley, Judith, screenwriter.
Crawley Films.
Image Entertainment (Firm)
Note At head of title on film: Yuichiro Miura
Other Title Yuichiro Miura, the man who skied down Everest
Standard No. 014381241020
Music No. 1D2410KMDVD Image Entertainment
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