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Everest (1998)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Documentary
Release Date:March 6, 1998
Running time:45 minutes
Cast:Liam Neeson, Ed Viesturs, Araceli Segarra, Jamling Tenzing Norgay, Paula Viesturs
Director:David Breashears, Stephen Judson, Greg MacGillivray
Producer:Stephen Judson, Alec Lorimore, Greg MacGillivray
Writer:Tim Cahill, Stephen Judson
Distributor:MacGillivray Freeman Films

Web Site: http://everestfilm.com/

Description: This is the story of the 1996 Everest Film Expedition, a MacGillivray Freeman production in association with Arcturus Motion Pictures. Filmed in IMAX® photography, "Everest" is the dramatic true story of a team of climbers who found hope, strength and triumph in the wake of tragedy. Their successful ascent of Mount Everest, just days after fellow mountaineers and friends died there, is a compelling story about the human spirit and a mountain they love, respect and sometimes fear.

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