Nahrungsergänzungsmittel sind kein Ersatz für eine ausgewogene und abwechslungsreiche Ernährung und eine gesunde Lebensweise. Zutaten: Nonisaft Zusammensetzung pro 100 ml pro 30 ml Physiologischer Brennwert 80 kJ / 18 kcal 24 kJ / 5 kcal Fett - davon gesättigte Fettsäuren < 0,10 g < 0,10 g < 0,03 g < 0,03 g Kohlenhydrate - davon Gesamtzucker - Glucose - Fructose - Saccharose 3,60 g 1,91 g 0,93 g 0,98 g < 0,10 g 1,08 g 0,57 g 0,28 g 0,29 g < 0,03 g Eiweiß 0,51 g 0,15 g Kochsalz 0,033 g 0,01 g Trockenmasse 5,51 g 1,65 g Wasser 96,70 g 29,00 g Asche 0,64 g 0,19 g Dichte 1,0218 g / ml - pH-Wert 4,13 - Verzehrempfehlung: Täglich 30 ml, vorzugsweise 30 Minuten vor einer Mahlzeit, pur oder mit anderen Säften gemischt verzehren. Vor Verzehr schütteln. Nach Anbruch gekühlt aufbewahren und zügig verzehren. Hinweis: Die angegebene empfohlene Tagesmenge darf nicht überschritten werden. Aufbewahrung: Kühl (6-25 °C) und lichtgeschützt lagern. Außerhalb der Reichweite von Kindern aufbewahren. Nettofüllmenge: 990 ml Herstellerdaten: GSE Vertrieb Biologische Nahrungsergänzungs- & Heilmittel GmbH Bühler Straße 32 66130 Saarbrücken
From director Cy Endfield (Zulu) and special effects legend Ray Harryhausen (The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts), and starring Herbert Lom (A Shot in the Dark) as Captain Nemo, Mysterious Island is an enchanting Jules Verne adaptation, taking audiences from the top of the sky to the bottom of the sea. Extras Indicator Standard Edition Special Features: 2K restoration from the original negative Original mono audio Alternative 5.1 surround sound track Audio commentary with Ray Harryhausen and film historian Tony Dalton Audio commentary with film experts Randall William Cook, C Courtney Joyner and Steven C Smith Introduction by Ray Harryhausen (2002, 1 min) Ray Harryhausen on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2002, 9 mins) Michael Craig on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2017, 4 mins): the actor shares his memories of working on the film Ray Andrew on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2017, 3 mins): the original clapper loader recalls his time working with Harryhausen Kim Newman on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2017, 21 mins): a new appreciation by the author and genre-film expert Mysterious Magic (2017, 10 mins): renowned visual effects animator Hal Hickel discusses the influence of Harryhausen Islands of Mystery (1964, 6 mins): vintage documentary exploring the film and its connections to the history of real islands Super 8 version (19 mins): original cut-down home cinema presentation Isolated score: experience Bernard Herrmann’s original soundtrack music Back to Mysterious Island: pages from the comic book inspired by the film Original trailers and TV spots Image gallery: an extensive collection of promotional stills, lobby cards and poster designs New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard of-hearing
Chef Yotam Ottolenghi continues his culinary journey to four of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful islands (Corsica , Mallorca, Crete and Sardinia) to explore the flavours and secrets of these culinary jewels. Yotam travels to the stunning French island of Corsica. where he discovers how the lush green landscape, called the maquis, flavours and infuses the food, from charcuterie and olive oil to cheese and honey. Here he meets some of the island’s most celebrated chefs and food producers and discovers what akes the food uniquely Corsican. In Mallorca, Yotam searches for authentic local cuisine, discovering wonderful ingredients including ruby red prawns- the star ingredient in his deconstructed paella. Leaving the busy beach resorts behind he heads inland and discovers a wonderful larder of local ingredients, including roast suckling pig slow-cooked in a bread oven; tomatoes sweetened on the vine; and oranges ripened in the island sun. Yotam visits Crete to explore its rich and complex culinary history. In the ancient capital of Heraklion, he makes a variation of the Cretan meze dakos, a marriage of tomatoes, crumbled feta, olives and oregano. And deep into the Cretan heartland he prepares a feast of spit-roasted pork souvlaki, served with his twist on tzatziki. Yotam travels to Sardinia to explore the island’s unique food traditions and flavours. In the beautiful fishing port of Bosa,he cooks one of the Mediterranean’s greatest gifts: freshly caught lobster roasted on an open fire. Leaving the coast behind he travels deep into Sardinia’s rugged heartland, to share a meal of pit-roasted lamb and a salad of figs and roasted radicchio, with three generations of shepherds.
For the first time ever! Never before available in the UK! Collect One Piece The Movie 1, 2 and 3 before anyone else in the English speaking world. - One Piece - The Movie: Years after his disappearance, The legend of the Great Gold Pirate Woonan and his hidden treasure map remain. Many pirates search for his mountain of hidden gold on a remote island. Among them are Captain El Drago and his men who have taken possession of a map to that hidden island. On their way there, they meet and decide to rob the Straw Hat Pirates, who, still lacking a cook, are close to starvation. Our heroes, Luffy, Zoro, and Tobio survive and go on the hunt, hoping to beat Captain El Drago and his crew to the treasure horde. Will Luffy and his crew find the treasure in time? And will they find a cook for their ship before they all starve death. And what is oden and what does it smell like? - One Piece - The Movie 2: The Adventure Island Clock: While the Straw Hats enjoy a warm day at the beach, their ship with all their equipment and weapons is stolen. As Luffy and his fearless crew mates go in search of their beloved ship they will encounter the mysterious Thief Brothers and embark on a whole new treasure hunting adventure. The quest for the fabled Diaomond Clock from Clockwork Island. - One Piece - The Movie 3: Chopper Kingdom - Strange Animal Island: With Chopper as their newest member, the Straw Hats arrive at the Island of Strange Animals. Before they can land, a geyser-like fountain sends their ship flying. Chopper falls off and lands in the middle of a gathering of strange animals who conducting a mystical ritual! According to local legend, a king will fall from the heavens and become the ruler of the island! Unbeknownst to Chopper the evil hunter, Count Butler and his team of despicable henchmen, led by General Hot Dog and President Snake are searching this very island for the magical horn of the fabled King of the Animals!
A pair of 20-something friends from London, Kyle Connor (Joe Layton) and Paul Budgie Griffiths (Theo Barklem-Biggs) are travelling the world looking for sun, fun and adventure. Kyle even got himself a Maori-style tattoo, excited about their eventual destination: the Cook Islands. When snorkelling in a lagoon, Kyle finds the body of a local girl, Aumea, tied up underwater dead. Returning to the lagoon with the police, Kyle finds her corpse has disappeared. But Kyle knows what he saw. Desperate to uncover what happened, Kyle and Budgie find themselves sucked deeper and deeper into a world of Maori myths, symbols, and hallucinatory visions... until finally the full meaning of Kyle s tattoo is revealed.
The remarkable career of the movie industry's most admired and influential special-effects auteur, the legendary Ray Harryhausen, is the subject of Gilles Penso's definitive documentary Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan. Leaving no doubt as to Harryhausen's seminal influence on modern-day special effects, the documentary features enlightening and entertaining interviews with the man himself, Randy Cook, Peter Jackson, Nick Park, Phil Tippet, Terry Gilliam, Dennis Muren, John Landis, Guillermo Del Toro, James Cameron, Steven Spielberg and many more. These filmmakers, who today push the boundaries of special effects movie-making, pay tribute to the father of Stop Motion animation and films such as 'The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms','It Came From Beneath The Sea','The 7th Voyage Of Sinbad', 'Mysterious Island', 'Jason And The Argonauts' and 'The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad' - the films that enthralled them as children and inspired them to become filmmakers in their own right. Extras Audio Commentary with Gilles Penso, Alexandre Poncet, Tony Dalton and Tim Nicholson - Featurette A Treasure Trove 13'36 - Q&A at the Cinémathèque française 18'05 A Chat With... - Edgar Wright 4'13 - Peter Lord 2'20 - Rick Baker 4'55 - Simon Pegg 3'35 Interview Outtakes - Colin Arthur 2'33 - Dennis Muren 4'59 - Greg Broadmore 4'01 - Joe Dante 5'41 - John Lasseter 4'44 - Ken Ralston 3'24 - Martine Beswick & Caroline Munro 2' - Nick Park 6'35 - Phil Tippett 4'41 - Randy Cook 3'41 - Steve Johnson 7'26 - Vanessa Harryhausen 3'17 8 Deleted Scenes - Intro 33'' - First Take 1'15 - Sharp Stars (with Douglas Trumbull and Jean-Pierre Jeunet) 2'03 - Nathan Juran 45'' - Dino on Wires 28'' - Chaffey & Cooper 29'' - Hessler & Rozsa 59'' - Fighting Kali 46'' - The Touch of Harryhausen 52'' - Special Effects Titan Trailer (2'30) - On the Set of The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (3') - A Message to Ray (2'15) - Trailer collection : Mighty Joe Young, The Beast From 20 000 Fathoms, It Came from beneath the sea, 20 Million Miles to Earth, Earth Vs The Flying Saucers, The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, The 3 Worlds of Gulliver, Mysterious Island & Jason and the Argonauts. Cast and Crew: Featuring Ray Harryhausen, Peter Jackson, James Cameron, John Landis, Tim Burton, Terry Gilliam. Directed by Giles Penso.
A sensuous story of natural love starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins The lush beauty and splendour of a South Pacific paradise is vividly captured in this version of Henry De Vere Stacpoole’s 1903 novel. Two small children and a ship’s cook survive a shipwreck and find safety on an idyllic tropical island. Soon, however, the cook dies and the young boy and girl are left on their own. Days become years and Emmeline (Brooke Shields) and Richard (Christopher Atkins) make a home for themselves surrounded by exotic creatures and nature’s beauty. They learn to cope with the bewildering variety of physical and emotional changes that come with adolescence. As they begin to mature, their childhood affections lead to a sensitive and more profound love. But will they ever see civilisation again? Available for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition. DUAL FORMAT SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES: Stunning High-Definition presentation Isolated music and effects track Two separate audio commentary tracks, featuring director Randal Kleiser, Brooke Shields, Christopher Atkins and writer Douglas Day Stewart An Adventure in Filmmaking – featurette on the films production Theatrical trailer
Following releases of the UFO and Supercar soundtracks, Thunderbirds is the third in the series from Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s iconic TV shows. It is newly compiled, mastered and designed by the creative team at Fanderson (The Official Gerry and Sylvia Anderson Appreciation Society), who have access to Barry Gray’s original studio tapes. The album features 37 tracks from 19 episodes (series 1 and 2), including the Thunderbirds main theme and closing titles. The tracks were not programmed to follow the episode order but to achieve an integrated listening experience. The best bits of the sixties’ soundscapes are here. The Thunderbirds soundtrack is an effective time capsule as Gray’s music veers into British spy genre, Latin pop, exotica, urban jazz and military marches. Beautifully composed and conducted, the score reflects the moods of the scenes, from dangerous to romantic and no-nonsense to silly. Barry Gray was a classically trained composer and a versatile musician, and was amongst the first composers to use electronic instruments in music for television. Best known for creating the music for most of the Gerry & Sylvia Anderson television series in the 1960’s and 70’s (Fireball XL5, Thunderbirds, UFO, Space:1999), Barry Gray’s complete musical opus is still not commercially available in its entirety. DLP on Sky Blue Vinyl Gatefold Sleeve Original TV Soundtrack by Barry Gray Track Listing – Thunderbirds Main Titles The Hood and London Airport - Trapped in the Sky Tracy Island and Thunderbirds Are Go! Fireflash Landing - Trapped in the Sky Tracy Lounge Piano - Trapped in the Sky Penny in Paris - The Perils of Penelope International Rescue to the Rescue - The Perils of Penelope Monorail Drama - The Perils of Penelope Espionage on the French Riviera - The Man from MI5 Sidewinder - Pit of Peril The Pit - Pit of Peril Recovery - Pit of Peril A Night in Spoke City - 30 Minutes After Noon Expedition - Desperate Intruder The Hood vs International Rescue - Desperate Intruder Evil Plan - Edge of Impact Tower of Terror - Edge of Impact Avalanche - End of the Road Eddie on Tracy Island - End of the Road The Rescue - End of the Road Christmas with the Tracy Family - Give or Take a Million San Miguel Bridge - Move and You're Dead Finding the Fireflash- Operation Crash Dive KLA Collision - Ricochet The Launch - Sun Probe Heading for the Sun - Sun Probe The Cass Carnaby Set - The Cham-Cham Dangerous Game - The Cham-Cham Jeremiah - The Impostors The Pyramid of Khamandides - The Uninvited The Vault - Vault of Death Light-Fingered Fred - Vault of Death San Martino - Path of Destruction World Exclusive Foiled - Terror in New York City Ned Cook in Trouble - Terror in New York City Thunderbird 4 - Terror in New York City Thunderbirds End Titles
Based on the cult British television show from the 1960s, Thunderbirds explodes into the 21st Century with this thrilling live-action version of the franchise. Drawing on similar themes and familiar characters, director Jonathan Frakes (Star Trek: First Contact) sticks closely to the spirit of the original show while making use of the new technology available to him 40 years after the program first aired to give the film a modern look. The International Rescue organization a team of highly organized law enforcers is the focal point for the movie. International Rescue is based on a remote desert island location, and is called into action whenever the world's sinister masterminds threaten to disturb the balance of society. Jeff Tracy (Bill Paxton) heads up the team, and employs his sons to help him out. Teenager Alan Tracy (Brady Corbet) is a little too young to join, and is constantly frustrated by his lack of opportunity to join the brothers on their missions. But when the evil villain known as The Hood (Ben Kingsley) traps the International Rescue team in outer space, it seems Alan's time has come. The Hood steals one of the many spacecrafts designed by International Rescue, and executes an outlandish scheme to rob the Bank of England. Alan and his pal Fermat (Soren Fulton) attempt the double-whammy of rescuing the trapped family and stopping The Hood, by drawing on help from the sultry detective Lady Penelope (Sophia Myles), her butler Parker (Ron Cook), and a few gadgets and vehicles courtesy of International Rescue. With comic references to the original show scattered liberally throughout the movie, and a sense of fun and adventure, this is a film that should appeal to both old and new fans of these popular crime-fighting characters.Special Features:Audio Commentary with Jonathan FrakesBusted 'Thunderbirds Are Go' music videoCreating the actionFab1: more than just a carGame: The Hood vs ThunderbirdsLady P and Parker fun & stuntsLady Penelope's Pink WorldTracy Island Revealed