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Plants behaving badly /
a production of Sky Vision for Terra Mater Factual Studios GmbH ; produced and directed by Steve Nicholls ; executive producers, Sabine Holzer and Martin Meszaros ; writer, Victoria Coules.
imprint
[Arlington, Virginia] : PBS, [2017]
description
1 videodisc (107 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN
1531700160, 9781531700164
format(s)
DVD
Holdings
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imprint
[Arlington, Virginia] : PBS, [2017]
isbn
1531700160
9781531700164
standard identifier
00841887031707
841887031707
publisher #
PBEB601
contents note
part 1. Murder & mayhem (53:10) -- part 2. Sex & lies (53:10).
credits note
Scientific consultants, Steward McPherson, Richard Bateman. Photographed by Kevin Flay ; editor, Tim Coope, Martin Elsbury ; music, Steven Faux
general note
"Subtitles are a function of the disc and serve the same purpose as closed captions."
Documentary.
Originally produced as a two-part television program: Plants behaving badly.
Part 1 identified on container as Carnivorous plants; part 2 identified on container as Orchids.
Program content: ©2013.
Running time indicated on container: approximately 120 minutes; actual running time: 107 minutes.
Subtitle on container: The intriguing behavior of extraordinary plants.
Title from container.
Wide screen (16x9).
Widescreen.
performer
Narrator, David Attenborough.
abstract
Two groups of plants exhibit such intriguing behavior that a century and a half ago they attracted the attention of Charles Darwin. These same plants, the orchids and the carnivorous plants, still fascinate scientists today. In two, one-hour films, it reveals a world of deceit and treachery worthy of any fictional thriller.
language note
In English with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing (SDH).
catalogue key
11157479
target audience
TV Parental Guidelines rating: TV-PG (parental guidance suggested; this program contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children).
technical details
DVD; NTSC, Region 1; widescreen presentation; stereo.

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