Arthur C. Clarke Comes Home This July!

Visual Entertainment Incorporated
Proudly Presents
Arthur C. Clarke: The Complete Collection

Acclaimed Sci-fi Author Sir Arthur C. Clarke Investigates History’s
Greatest Paranormal Mysteries From Around the Globe… and Beyond

Quintessential Sci-Fi Documentary Series Available for the 1st Time in
Any Home Entertainment Format, July 9th

TORONTO, ON - May 30, 2013 - For the first time in any home entertainment format anywhere in the cosmos is this out-of-this-world exploration of the universe’s most bizarre and seemingly inexplicable mysteries in Arthur C. Clarke: The Complete Collection, available July 9 in a special collector’s set from Visual Entertainment, Inc. (VEI).

Hosted by acclaimed sci-fi author Sir Arthur C. Clarke (2001: A Space Odyssey), Arthur C. Clarke: The Complete Collection investigates the inexplicable, abnormal and mind-boggling wonders of the world. Included in the set are three popular, documentary series originally aired on Britain’s ITV network.

Mysterious World (1980), narrated by author, actor and newscaster Gordon Honeycomb (Then She Was Gone, The Medusa Touch), looks at unexplained phenomena from Stonehenge to the Loch Ness Monster. Narrated by English journalist Anna Ford, World of Strange Powers (1985) investigates goose bump-raising paranormal activity from haunted houses to magical spirits. Mysterious Universe (1995), narrated by British TV personality Carol Vorderman, examines mystical secrets from the ancient world.

In each episode, Clarke tackles the daunting task of finding a reasonable explanation for some of the most bizarre phenomena ever known to mankind from such “mysteries of the first kind” as solar eclipses to the more inexplicable, including messages from beyond the grave, the stigmata, lost planets, UFOs and zombies … Making Arthur C. Clarke: The Complete Collection a must-have for every science-fiction fan!

INCLUDES: 52 episodes on eight discs (approx. 22 hours). Arthur C. Clarke: The Complete Collection is presented in its original full screen format (aspect ratio: 4x3) and 2.1 stereo.

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