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Published on Aug 21, 2011
90 Degrees South (1933) is a documentary comprised of footage shot by Herbert Ponting during the British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1912 led by Robert Falcon Scott.
Copyright: National Film & Television Archive (UK)
3:33 Introduction by Herbert Ponting and Edward Evans
Heading South 7:23 packing the ship 8:26 on-board entertainment 8:33 leaving last port 11:04 haircuts 12:10 Terra Nova in a heavy gale 13:16 sighting of first iceberg 14:05 entering the pack-ice 16:00 icing the ship 16:37 Terra Nova's bow ramming through pack-ice 18:03 arriving in the Ross Sea
Landing 20:42 unloading the ship 21:12 the ship's cat performing a trick 21:47 unloading with dog sledges 22:20 building the hut
First winter 29:10 Terra Nova leaving 29:21 expedition members gathered on shore 30:10 stills taken during winter
Various 32:50 football match 33:50 the ponies 34:33 the dogs 36:42 Adelie penguins 43:34 expedition members playing game with Adelie penguins ("the penguin trot")
The landscape 44:32 some geological features (incl. "Polarosaurus") 45:41 sledging 46:46 castle berg 47:02 the grotto (or Aladdin's Cave) 47:46 sledging with ski 47:58 Vince's Cross
The Southern Journey 48:50 introduction 49:55 motor sledges 50:35 pony sledges 51:13 route to Beardmore Glacier 52:13 return of the First Supporting Party (Wright, Atkinson, Cherry-Garrard, Keohane) 53:04 still of dr. Atkinson's frostbitten hand 53:10 route to South Pole 53:51 pitching tent 55:14 meal inside tent 56:57 sleeping inside tent 58:06 Scott vs Amundsen 59:22 reaching the South Pole (17 january 1912) 1:02:50 death of P.O. Evans 1:04:40 death of Captain Oates 1:06:22 blizzard 11 miles from One Ton Depot 1:06:58 search party recovering the tent 1:07:34 Scott's last diary entries