John Mills stars as Captain Robert Scott in this film of the explorer’s ill-fated expedition to be the first man to discover the South Pole, following every twist and turn on the great British explorer’s perilous journey. Directed by Charles Frend, who went on to direct The Magnet, the film was nominated for both the Golden Lion in Venice and the BAFTA® for Best British Film.

Extras:

  • Interview with Sir Ranulph Fiennes
  • Interview with Sir Andrew Davis
  • John Mills Home Movie Footage
  • Featurette on Jack Cardiff’s Cinematography
  • Restoring Scott of the Antarctic
  • Stills Gallery
studio:
Vintage Classics
Run Time:
111 mins approx.
Director:
Charles Frend
Certificate:
U
Actor:
John Mills

Diana Churchill

Harold Warrender

Anne Firth

Derek Bond
Theatrical Release Year:
1948
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
B

Scott Of The Antarctic (Digitally Restored)

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John Mills stars as Captain Robert Scott in this film of the explorer’s ill-fated expedition to be the first man to discover the South Pole, following every twist and turn on the great British explorer’s perilous journey. Directed by Charles Frend, who went on to direct The Magnet, the film was nominated for both the Golden Lion in Venice and the BAFTA® for Best British Film.

Extras:

  • Interview with Sir Ranulph Fiennes
  • Interview with Sir Andrew Davis
  • John Mills Home Movie Footage
  • Featurette on Jack Cardiff’s Cinematography
  • Restoring Scott of the Antarctic
  • Stills Gallery
studio:
Vintage Classics
Run Time:
111 mins approx.
Director:
Charles Frend
Certificate:
U
Actor:
John Mills

Diana Churchill

Harold Warrender

Anne Firth

Derek Bond
Theatrical Release Year:
1948
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
B
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