This 12-hour, six-part documentary, directed by Ken Burns and co-produced with writer Dayton Duncan, traces the evolution of national parks – a uniquely American idea – from the mid-1800s to the present day. It explores the biographies of the remarkable people who helped create the parks and save them from destruction. It’s narrated by actor Peter Coyote and features first-person historical accounts, read by actors including Tom Hanks, Andy Garcia, Eli Wallach, Sam Waterston, John Lithgow, Adam Arkin, and Lee Stetson as Muir scholar and as the voice of John Muir.
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Feb 08, 2016
Lee Stetson is well known for his portrayal of Americas foremost naturalist and conservationist, John Muir. Lee Stetson’s plays include several one-person shows based on the life of the naturalist John Muir, including one based on both Muir and President Theodore Roosevelt. These productions, with Lee Stetson in the title role, have been presented in Yosemite National Park since 1983 to more to hundreds of thousands of visitors. Additionally, Lee Stetsons John Muir shows have toured throughout the country to universities, parks, museums, wilderness and environmental organizations from Washington D.C. to Hawaii, from Scotland to Japan.
MacGillivray Freeman IMAX Film Trailer for National Parks Adventure*: U.S. National Parks — The Most Important Camping Trip in U.S. History
Feb 08, 2016
MacGillivray Freeman IMAX Film National Parks Adventure* explores the wild beauty of America’s National Parks, and takes moviegoers back in time to watch the camping trip that led to the rapid development of the National Parks.
To bring this history to life, MacGillivray Freeman Films turned to actors Joe Wiegand and Lee Stetson. Wiegand is well known for his work as President Theodore Roosevelt, while Stetson has portrayed the character of John Muir in Yosemite National Park for more than 30 years, and was featured in the acclaimed Ken Burns series, The National Parks: America’s Best Idea.
In theaters as of February 12, 2016, with additional venues continually being added worldwide.
For theater locations, dates and to learn more go to NationalParksAdventure.com
* “National Parks Adventure” was originally was referred to under the working title “American Wild”.