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Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West

Directed by Bruce Neibaur. Narrated by Jeff Bridges. (2002, NR, 40 min.)

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Mon., April 15, 2002

The danger of the uncharted West comes to life in this large-format film produced by National Geographic in honor of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis & Clark expedition. Actors inhabit the roles of Merriwether Lewis and William Clark as they lead 31 people on a 4,000-mile trek to the Pacific Ocean and back on a journey that opened the frontier for the expansion of America.

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Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West, Bruce Neibaur

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