Unseen theatrically since the early 1970s and never before released on home video, CINERAMA SOUTH SEAS ADVENTURE can now be viewed in a digitally remastered edition. The film was restored from its original camera negatives, emitting both a breathtakingly colorful panorama and a sparklingly clear, seven-channel sound track. Narrated by Orson Wells the film takes us on five different stories following trips to Hawaii Tahiti, Tonga and Fiji, then to and the even more exotic, primitive Pentecost Island. Native dancing and song are celebrated alongside cultures and customs spanning thousands of years. Then it's onward to New Zealand and to Australia. My granddaughters and I watched the Blu-ray today and they really enjoyed the movie. Watch and you will see primitive bungee jumping from a tower with vines attached to the boys feet...YIKES. Sound is great and the transfer is even better than "This is Cinerama" re-mastered last year. It's worth every penny. There is a vintage Renault promotional film as originally presented in 3-panel Cinerama that is pretty cool.