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Cities of the underworld. Season 2

Author: Eric Geller; Don Wildman; Authentic Entertainment, Inc.,; Arts and Entertainment Network,; History Channel (Television network),
Publisher: [New York, NY] : AETN, [A & E Television Networks], [New York, NY] : History Channel, [2008] [2008] ©2008
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Disc 1: First, go with Don beneath Tokyo's busy streets to see the latest technology that will save the city from the many natural disasters ready to strike. Then, join Eric on a hair-raising trip into Berlin's dark recent past, where beneath the streets, sealed and forgotten, are thousands of bunkers, not to mention cavernous areas that inspired the Nazis to venture beneath the surface. Last, deep in the heart of
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
DVD-Video discs
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Geller; Don Wildman; Authentic Entertainment, Inc.,; Arts and Entertainment Network,; History Channel (Television network),
OCLC Number: 276306285
Notes: Title from container.
Originally produced as episodes of the television series: Cities of the underworld.
Contains all 11 episodes from the second season.
Performer(s): Hosts: Eric Geller, Don Wildman.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 4 videodiscs (550 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Disc 1: A-bomb underground ; Hitler's last stand ; Maya underground --
Disc 2: New York secret societies ; Prophecies from below ; Secret Soviet bases --
Disc 3: Stalin's secret lair ; Underground apocalypse ; Washington D.C. seat of power --
Disc 4: Vikings ; Vietnam.
Other Titles: Cities of the underworld (Television program).
Responsibility: all programs produced by Authentic Entertainment, Inc., in association with Thirty Four Productions.

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Disc 1: First, go with Don beneath Tokyo's busy streets to see the latest technology that will save the city from the many natural disasters ready to strike. Then, join Eric on a hair-raising trip into Berlin's dark recent past, where beneath the streets, sealed and forgotten, are thousands of bunkers, not to mention cavernous areas that inspired the Nazis to venture beneath the surface. Last, deep in the heart of the jungles of Belize the Maya carved a vast civilization that spread throughout Central America.

Disc 2: First, take a fascinating tour of the darkest recesses of the city that never sleeps and go from the hidden Freemason tunnel and the secret world of the Sandhogs, to mobster hideaways and gang escape routes. Then, Jerusalem has always been at the center of prophetic revelations and Don goes underground to find the root of these visions. Last, Deep within the former Soviet Union lies a classified, subterranean world of Cold War secrets.

Disc 3: First, Below Moscow's crowded streets lie the reminders of its war-torn past and pieces of Stalin's terrifying legacy from the tunnels used to hide from Stalin's henchmen, to secret metro systems and hidden bunkers. Then, the Holy Land is full of holes that hide secret chambers and hidden vaults that riddle the landscape and conceal countless mysteries. Last, Don delves into D.C.'s subterranean defenses and takes you everywhere from top-secret, high-tech super bunkers to the underbelly of the National Mall.

Disc 4: First, Dublin, Ireland, is much more than a city full of pubs and pints and includes Pagan burial tombs, subterranean defense tunnels, and mysterious burial crypts undermine the rolling, green hills. Last, in a rare trip to the countryside, Don encounters a vast, intricate and massive CuChi tunnel system that were central to the Viet Cong war effort.

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