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The IMAX Space Collection

MPAA Rating

Not Rated


(pictures (c)2001 Warner Home Video)

Still shot from the movie: The IMAX Space Collection.

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Why Is The IMAX Space Collection Rated Not Rated?

The IMAX Space Collection is rated Not Rated

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Overall: A
An educational, awe-inspiring, collection of DVDs (also available on VHS) featuring mission footage shot by shuttle astronauts over a period of 15 years. Except for Blue Planet’s few short scenes of thunder, lightning, and the aftermath of natural disasters (which may be disconcerting to some younger viewers), there should be no concerns for family viewing.

Violence: A-
Natural disasters.

Sexual Content: A

Language: A

Alcohol / Drug Use: A

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Canadian Movie Ratings

Not Rated
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ON Not Rated
QC Not Rated
Not Rated

Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of The IMAX Space Collection...

DVD Release Information:

  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Theatrical release date:
    Hail Columbia! - 1982
    The Dream Is Alive - 1985
    Blue Planet - 1990
    Destiny In Space - 1994
    Mission To Mir - 1997
  • DVD release date: October 2, 2001
  • Total runtime: 194 minutes
  • Production company: IMAX
  • Package type: Box set
  • DVD encoding: Region 1
  • Available audio tracks: (Dolby Digital 2.0)
    Hail Columbia! - English. Subtitled in English, French
    The Dream Is Alive - English, French. Subtitled in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese.
    Blue Planet - English, French. Subtitled in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese.
    Destiny In Space - English, French. Subtitled in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese.
    Mission To Mir - English, French. Subtitled in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese.
DVD Extras:
  • Destiny In Space - Theatrical trailer, behind the scenes featurette.
  • Blue Planet - Behind the scenes featurette.

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