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Across Siberia on a Fiery Dragon on DVD by Machines of Iron
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Across Siberia on a Fiery Dragon on DVD by Machines of Iron Machines of Iron DRAGONDR
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An exciting train excursion from Berlin, across Siberia to Vladivostok offers a travel adventure that you're sure to enjoy. Filmed by famed Disney photographer Stuart Jewell. this video offers a look at Siberia's people as well as its sights. Traveling by train is a splendid way to cover the vast expanse of this country and also interact with its people. And travel in style we do - with fine meals, Russian champagne and caviar too!

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Runtime:50 Mins ($0.45/min)
Producer:Machines of Iron
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC
Across Siberia on a Fiery Dragon on DVD by Machines of Iron
Wondo on 2023-03-04 12:53:11.

  •  4 of 5

This is quite an interesting production considering that it was made shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union. Aside from the views of railway operations, it also shows some scenes of life in the new Russian Federation. Overall it's a nice production and should be good for anyone wanting a general view of not only Russian steam power as well as life in the country at the time. <br><br>The only major problem that knocked a star off for me was that it is obvious that the sounds of the trains were not taken at the same time the footage itself was shot and as a result, they often do not match correctly. For example, there are cases where the locos sound like they are working hard onscreen, but it doesn't show them doing so on screen. For a general viewer, this may not be an issue but to me it was noticable.

Additional remarks by Wondo:
Narration: Just enough.
Image quality: Good.
DVD Value: Good Value
Recommend to others? Yes.

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