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Cousteau: Pioneer of the Sea (1985)





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Narrated by Jose Ferrer, Cousteau: Pioneer of the Sea is a tribute to renowned sea adventurer, author, and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau on his 75th birthday. The 99-minute documentary profiles the oceanographer's life and accomplishments. Born in France in 1910, Cousteau was a sickly child and a rebellious teen. He served in the navy and was involved in espionage activities for the French Resistance during World War II. Cousteau made his first underwater films in the 1940's and invented the aqualung, a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus that supplies oxygen to divers, with engineer Emile Gagnan. Through rare photographs and extraordinary footage, you'll come along on some of Cousteau's greatest expeditions, visiting the undersea world that Cousteau spent 40 years filming and researching.


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