Win a copy of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau on DVD

09:27 18 January 2013

You could win a copy of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau on DVD

You could win a copy of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau on DVD

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Almost 15 years after his death, the name Jacques Cousteau is still synonymous with marine exploration thanks to his celebrated, memorable and ground breaking work as an underwater filmmaker.

Cousteau was instrumental in developing the technology involved in both breathing and filming beneath the waves, and dedicated the majority of his life to capturing the magical beauty of the huge variety of life to be found there. Jacques Cousteau’s reputation as one of the world’s most celebrated naturalists has endured for over half a century.

We’re giving one lucky person the chance to win a 22 Disc Set with over 36 hours footage including three feature films and the complete 36-part TV series, which reached millions of viewers across the world and cemented his reputation as ‘the custodian of the sea’. Included in this deluxe edition are Cousteau’s Oscar- winning debut feature film The Silent World (1956),his second Oscar winning feature World Without Sun (1964) and his third cinematic outing Voyage To The Edge Of The World (1976),making this a collection to savour for all lovers of the natural world.

Out now from Amazon.co.uk

To be in with a chance of winning just answer the following question:

What was the name of Cousteau’s (1956) Oscar winning debut feature film?

A) The Silent World

B) World Without Sun

C) Voyage To The Edge Of The World

Please quote ‘Undersea World’ when entering the competition. Click on the link below to enter.

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