|aCharles Lindbergh :|bthe lone eagle =|b孤鷹林白|h[videorecording] /|cNational Geographic Society ; producers Jane Armstrong ; director Gary Lang ; written & researched by Gary Lang.
|a[Washington, D.C.] :|bNational Geographic Video ;|aTaipei County, Taiwan :|b協和國際多媒體,|c
|a1 videodisc (approximately 53 min.) :|bsound, color ;|c4 3/4 in.
|atwo-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent
|aNational Geographic Video Collection ;|v
|aNarrated by Robin Ward.
|aDiscover how William Beebe extended the boundaries of deep-sea exploration in the 1930s by submerging himself in an oversized giant steel ball with its designer. Between 1930 and 1934, Beebe undertook a series of increasingly daring dives, pushing the boundaries of technological possibility. In a remarkable device designed by Otis Barton - a young, eccentric New England engineer - the two men probed deeper and deeper into the ocean's darkest secrets. The final dive reached an incredible depth of 3,028 feet. No submarine and no diver broke that record for fifteen years.
|aDVD; region 3, NTSC; fullscreen presentation; Dolby Digital surround 5.1.
|aIn English or Chinese with optional English or Chinese subtitles.
|aLindbergh, Charles A.|q(Charles Augustus),|d1902-1974.