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He wrote speeches for US Presidents. He hosted game shows. Now Ben Stein is taking on academia in this blistering documentary that seeks to understand why scientists and teachers who have discussed intelligent design (also known as the creation theory) are suddenly out of work.
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Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is rated PG for thematic material, some disturbing images and brief smoking
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Archival film footage of concentration camp prisoners is shown along with some police brutality and the fall of the Berlin Wall. During a modern day visit to one of these camps, a guide discusses the purposes of the dissection table, gas showers and other instruments of brutality. Some brief name-calling and argumentative language is used. Smoking is briefly seen.
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DVD Release Date: 21 October 2008
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is releasing on DVD with the following bonus points: a message from host Ben Stein, the Expelled Super Trailer, a segment on Using Intelligent Design for Medical Research and three bonus music tracks. As well, the package includes an insert featuring a pocket size book of quotes, a 20% off discount code for the Expelled Online Store and six free music downloads.
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is also available on Blu-ray.