Around the World (and then Some)

May 5 is celebrated around the world[1] as the birthday of Nellie Bly (née Elizabeth Jane Cochran; May 5, 1864 – Jan. 27, 1922), the most famous person to come from Pennsylvania since the colony was founded by William Penn in 1681.[2] Nellie, then still Elizabeth, first came to public notice in 1885 at 20-years-of-age when she wrote an anonymous reply to an article titled “What Girls Are Good For[3] by Erasmus Wilson, published in the Pittsburgh Dispatch. The editor of the Dispatch was so impressed with her writing that he took out an ad seeking her identity. This led to a full-time position as a reporter and columnist for the Dispatch and her pen name, Nellie Bly.[4]

Bly helped establish the tradition of American investigative journalism, beginning with a series of articles on the lives of female factory workers, then as a foreign correspondent in Mexico. When she was later relegated to reporting on “women’s issues” (fashion, society, and gardening) she left the Dispatch and Pittsburgh for New York City, where she took an assignment in 1887 from the New York World to go undercover as a patient at the Women’s Lunatic Asylum on Blackwell’s Island (now Roosevelt Island) located in the East River between Manhattan and Long Island. She first checked into a boarding house, the Temporary Homes for Females, where she intentionally deprived herself of sleep to gain a crazed physical appearance to go along with her intentionally wild behavior. That worked, and she ended up in police custody. After several examinations, she was committed to the Women’s Lunatic Asylum, as intended. Once there, she stopped acting and behaved normally, but the staff continued to treat her like all the other patients – that is to say, deplorably. After 10 days, The World secured Bly’s release and she wrote a series of articles detailing her experience on Blackwell’s Island, later collected and published as Ten Days in a Mad-House.

In 1888, inspired by Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days (Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours), first published in 1872, Bly proposed taking on Phileas Fogg’s fictional challenge of circumnavigating the globe and making it a reality. Her editor refused, saying “No one but a man can do this.” Bly replied, “Very well. Start the man, and I’ll start the same day for some other newspaper and beat him.”[5]

The first circumnavigation of the globe (by men) had taken three years to complete by sea and had suffered a 96 percent attrition rate.[6] Subsequent attempts had gotten faster, and less fatal, but were still not for the faint of heart. But, a year after Bly had first proposed it, the editor of the World finally approved the assignment. So, at 9:40 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14, 1889, with two-days’ preparation, Bly departed from New Jersey aboard the steamship Augusta Victoria heading eastward. Unbeknownst to Bly, Cosmopolitan magazine sponsored its own attempt by Elizabeth Bisland, who departed the same day, heading westward.[7] For her round-the-world trip, Bly took with her the dress she was wearing, an overcoat, hat, a handbag with spare underwear and toiletries, and a pouch around her neck containing a mix of U.S. dollars, British pounds, and gold. During her travels, Bly met Jules Verne in France,[8] traversed the Suez Canal in Egypt (which had opened in 1869), and visited a leper colony in China. While in the field, she sent in short dispatched by telegraph, and longer reports by mail. Bly returned to New York on Jan. 25, 1890 after 72 days of travel – three days ahead of her original schedule of 75 days and beating Phileas Fogg by eight days.

Since Bly’s time, air travel (and individual passports for women – see footnotes) has made circumnavigation much easier, faster, and safer. The current record for circumnavigation by a woman traveling alone,[9] as did Nellie Bly, is three days, 14¾ hours – one of the few positive achievements to come out of 2020. In the meantime, various circumnavigation records have been set, including:[10]

  • By sea (wind-powered) 40 days, 23½ hours – 2017
  • By sea (mechanically-powered) 60 days, 21 hours – 1960[11]
  • By land and sea (human-powered) 5 years, 11 days – 2007-2012
  • By air (hot-air balloon) 11 days, 4½ hours – 2016
  • By air (regularly scheduled flights) 44 hours – 1980
  • By air (passenger aircraft) 31½ hours – 1995[12]
  • By air (non-stop, without refueling) 67 hours – 2005

Nellie Bly’s trip around the world wasn’t the only thing inspired by the imagination of Jules Verne. Verne was born on Feb. 8, 1828 in Nantes, France. His first (unpublished) novel was written in 1847 when he was 19. His first literary success, a stage play co-authored with Alexandre Dumas’ son, premiered at the Théâtre Historique in Paris in 1850. Verne’s principal literary career ran from 1865 (Five Weeks in a Balloon) though 1905 (Invasion of the Sea) and included more than 50 novels, stories, and plays.[13] His most successful series, the “Voyages Extraordinaires,” included Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864), Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Seas[14] (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1872). A number of additional books were published after Verne’s death, culminating with Paris in the Twentieth Century (1994), from a manuscript discovered by Verne’s great-grandson in 1989. Jules Verne is associated most closely with science fiction (he is often called “The Father of Science Fiction), but his writings were also part of the literary avant-garde and surrealism. He is the second-most translated author of all time, ranked between Agatha Christie and William Shakespeare. Author Ray Bradbury summarized the lasting influence of Jules Verne on both science and science fiction by saying, “We are all, in one way or another, the children of Jules Verne.”

Georges Méliès A Trip to the Moon (Le voyage dans la lune; 1902) was the first film inspired by Jules Verne’s work,[15] and one of four such films released during Verne’s lifetime.[16] It has been followed by at least 175 other shorts, features, theatrical serials, television episodes, and series, notably including Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), starring Kirk “I am Spartacus” Douglas in his first – and likely only – singing role,[17] and (currently) culminating in 2021’s animated feature Around the World (a frog challenges a marmoset to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days) and the mini-series Around the World in 80 Days (starring David Tennant as the famed Phileas Fogg).

The complete Jules Verne audiovisual oeuvre can be found in the EIDR registry, with links to secondary sources for more information about these works ranging from full cast and crew to synopsis and box office performance.

[1] Well, there may be better known holidays celebrated on May 5 (or Cinco de Mayo, if you will), but Nellie Bly led a no less remarkable life.

[2] OK, so Pennsylvania has also produce actors James Stewart, Sharon Stone, and Will Smith; singer Taylor Swift; athlete Kobe Bryant; and US President Joe Biden, but Nellie Bly led a no less remarkable life.

[3] Spolier Allert: birthing children and keeping house, it would seem.

[4] At the time, it was common for female authors to use a pseudonym. She intended to be named for the title character in the minstrel song “Nelly Bly” (1850) by Stephen Foster, but a editor’s typo led to her being first published as Nellie Bly, and that name stuck.

[5] Keep in mind that at this time, women had yet to obtain the vote and married women could not have a passport in their own name – they were identified on their husband’s passport as “and wife”.

[6] Ferdinand Magellan’s Armada de Molucca expedition (270 men aboard 5 ships) left Seville, Spain on September 20, 1519 sailing westward. Magellan died in battle in the Philippine islands and was eventually succeeded by navigator Juan Sebastián Elcano. When the expedition returned to Spain on September 6, 1522, it consisted of 18 men and 1 ship (the Victoria).

[7] Bly didn’t learn about Bisland’s attempt until she was already in Hong Kong, Bisland having passed through Hong Kong earlier, heading the opposite direction. Bly refused to make it a race between two women, saying that she was only racing against time. Still, Bly won the non-race, finishing 4½ days ahead of Bisland, in part thanks to Joseph Pulitzer, owner of the World, who chartered a train to take Bly from San Francisco to New York when rough weather in the Pacific caused her to arrive two days behind schedule.

[8] Jules Verne told Bly “If you do it in seventy-nine days, I shall applaud with both hands.”

[9] Dr. Khawla Al Romaithi of the United Arab Emirates – the UAE is leads the Gulf states in gender equality, though it is 49th overall.

[10] Specific records aren’t kept, but the theoretical minimum time to circle the earth in space (in a stable, un-powered orbit) is 85 minutes. The International Space Station orbits once every 97 minutes.

[11] By the nuclear submarine USS Triton. The record by a surface vessel is 60 days, 23¾ hours by the trimaran Earthrace in 2008.

[12] In an Air France Concorde with 18 crew and 80 passengers, departing JFK eastward.

[13] Most of Jules Verne’s novels first appeared as magazine serials and were later collected and published in book form.

[14] Often incorrectly called “… under the Sea” (without the “s”), leading to the misapprehension that the Nautilus submarine reached a depth of 20,000 leagues. However, a league is a measure of distance, not depth. (Depth would be fathoms, where 1 fathom = 6 feet.) A league was originally the distance one could walk in an hour. In the English-speaking world, it was later standardized as three miles. Since this is a nautical story, that would be three nautical miles or 3.452 statute miles (5.556 kilometers). However, since the story was written in French, the historical French “lieue” would apply (1 lieue = 4 km or about 2.5 miles). Taking all of this into account, the title refers to the distance traveled aboard the Nautilus while submerged, which works out to the equivalent of two full circumnavigations of the globe at the equator. (You can’t actually do that in a submarine, since land keeps getting in the way, so there was likely a lot of going back-and-forth instead.)

[15] In this case, From the Earth to the Moon (De la Terre à la Lune), published in 1868.

[16] The others being Un drame dans le airs (1904) – more “inspired by” than actually “based on”; Le voyage à travers l’impossible(1904); and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1905) – release on March 6, 18 days before Verne’s death on March 24, 1905.

[17] Kirk Douglas is also seen to play the banjo and sing in Man Without a Star (1955), but both are believed to have been dubbed.

The Audiovisual Works of Jules Verne
Work Title Year EIDR ID
Le voyage dans la lune 1902 10.5240/C79D-4B8B-36AF-B214-03C0-H
Drama in the Air 1904 10.5240/53D6-E2AA-13D4-783B-4964-S
The Voyage Across the Impossible 1904 10.5240/040D-EBE8-6FFA-9669-4BA2-G
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1905 10.5240/3633-FCB0-73C4-9A29-7357-D
20000 lieues sous les mers 1907 10.5240/9B09-31DD-CB43-E954-4FDA-V
Michael Strogoff 1908 10.5240/80FD-E41D-4A30-1DDF-2413-0
Inside the Earth 1910 10.5240/B5FB-14A5-748E-9FDF-17E8-M
Michael Strogoff 1910 10.5240/295D-D873-C926-E27C-9634-K
The Conquest of the Pole 1912 10.5240/EC37-9477-F352-E17B-337E-9
Les enfants du capitaine Grant 1914 10.5240/318C-C6A7-474F-8BD1-268E-M
Michael Strogoff 1914 10.5240/F719-96A0-AEF4-C531-4D9C-8
‘Round the World in 80 Days 1914 10.5240/0AF9-5869-DBCD-7EE8-244D-3
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1916 10.5240/CC87-B18B-3B11-C078-BF46-8
La Destinée de Jean Morénas 1916 10.5240/B199-6BE8-1255-20EA-86FC-3
Les Indes noires 1917 10.5240/CB13-953E-3A2B-0BDD-6695-I
Die Reise um die Erde in 80 Tagen 1919 10.5240/9386-D0BF-8B10-DBD3-39F0-G
Mathias Sandorf 1921 10.5240/C839-0857-59D1-E7EE-F401-A
Michel Strogoff 1926 10.5240/AF93-3A79-EB75-0BED-F1A5-8
Der Meister der Welt 1927 10.5240/7C9B-E9D3-2B65-AE87-C02D-M
The Mysterious Island 1929 10.5240/E1F6-C970-474F-4F29-2CE5-J
Looking for His Murderer 1931 10.5240/3F2B-D2C3-8163-4176-6921-Z
Capt. Grant’s Family 1936 10.5240/4A6A-833D-8F77-67AC-EAA9-A
Der Kurier des Zaren 1936 10.5240/9552-24E6-F38C-3E3B-4C58-V
Michel Strogoff 1936 10.5240/1A33-1F34-1907-5770-03B1-H
The Soldier and the Lady 1937 10.5240/703B-79D6-EA43-7A92-0244-S
Donauschiffer 1940 10.5240/57FE-2CA6-39DE-C1CE-F4DB-A
Tainstvennyy ostrov 1941 10.5240/119A-5AB0-7B60-8DC2-24F5-P
Miguel Strogoff 1944 10.5240/C5F2-2AA9-E57C-4A21-2235-L
Pyatnadtsatiletniy kapitan 1946 10.5240/82DB-2E9B-2711-8C4F-0A60-3
Mysterious Island 1951 10.5240/BA92-3DBB-8CAD-A870-D46A-K
Tales of Adventure 1952 10.5240/966A-72D5-BF62-8534-2C4F-6
Tales of Tomorrow 1952 10.5240/9CA8-C005-98FD-791E-8161-2
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1954 10.5240/5FD4-FEE1-22F5-583E-FECC-O
The Magical World of Disney 1954 10.5240/C602-3830-350C-B574-2782-2
Le tour du monde en 80 jours 1955 10.5240/A555-7E31-DD0A-3BF3-2D5F-F
Miguel Strogof 1955 10.5240/3D9B-BAF6-003D-FFB8-BDAF-P
Around the World in 80 Days 1956 10.5240/0AEC-059D-559D-4376-A63B-Y
Michael Strogoff 1956 10.5240/FF8D-30AA-A5ED-D570-2BBE-8
De reis om de wereld in 80 dagen 1957 10.5240/E9A2-80A4-0765-D34E-FEC2-F
From the Earth to the Moon 1958 10.5240/B5E9-A3BB-5436-2208-D8BB-2
Vynález zkázy 1958 10.5240/8CB0-DF8E-A6B9-88AB-1484-1
800 Leagues Over the Amazon 1959 10.5240/DD2B-7FF3-67AD-251C-AE90-V
Journey to the Center of the Earth 1959 10.5240/75F1-7436-070A-8782-D6DE-9
Have Gun – Will Travel 1960 10.5240/5BB2-1032-356E-02CE-5A41-6
Le théâtre de la jeunesse 1960 10.5240/DE62-3980-FFCC-7DC8-02DB-6
Master of the World 1961 10.5240/00CE-C94B-054A-E220-EC40-7
Mysterious Island 1961 10.5240/4A56-2FDD-78D3-5BB4-48B9-B
Shirley Temple’s Storybook 1961 10.5240/E508-1E25-8ABD-75AC-9A38-0
The Triumph of Michael Strogoff 1961 10.5240/BF79-95B9-64DA-4FE2-E627-0
Valley of the Dragons 1961 10.5240/FA2C-CB03-6222-D3B8-C872-3
Dos años de vacaciones 1962 10.5240/4060-A52B-9FAD-50B3-9D99-1
Five Weeks in a Balloon 1962 10.5240/8B58-882E-96BB-052E-704C-9
In Search of the Castaways 1962 10.5240/3F51-5470-38B9-2126-2561-E
Die Reise um die Erde in 80 Tagen 1963 10.5240/C5CF-063A-FBDF-034E-89F8-G
Mathias Sandorf 1963 10.5240/320B-4E1E-73EA-C20D-1F74-S
Novela 1963 10.5240/3680-3828-7DAE-454E-E46B-1
The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze 1963 10.5240/2338-5FDA-D588-4D22-09EA-N
Cesta kolem sveta za 80 dní 1964 10.5240/F764-A442-F888-900A-57CD-L
Die Reise um die Erde 1964 10.5240/DF7F-3649-6C9B-2AA4-3544-1
Les Indes noires 1964 10.5240/150E-F548-6051-1062-189C-I
Up to His Ears 1965 10.5240/8D81-1CED-4DE8-24C7-0F09-R
Cinci saptamîni în balon 1966 10.5240/6A69-4150-B81F-E440-9268-6
La chasse au météore 1966 10.5240/BA2F-5DC7-C768-5583-EA09-1
Journey to the Center of the Earth 1967 10.5240/FE90-F180-A63B-15F2-DD8E-9
Le secret de Wilhelm Storitz 1967 10.5240/2072-5D7B-0B3F-6A3F-F909-0
Those Fantastic Flying Fools 1967 10.5240/F43E-8B7E-D171-BA32-B8AB-S
Ukradená vzducholod 1967 10.5240/2D24-87CF-2CE4-B74C-0FF1-6
L’orgue fantastique 1968 10.5240/F567-B5AA-A59C-DEE5-7581-V
The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1968 10.5240/6B73-252B-BD19-2560-95F5-4
Captain Nemo and the Underwater City 1969 10.5240/34E6-0BB3-6DBD-6C8D-6234-5
De la tierra a la luna 1969 10.5240/2AD2-FE7C-43E9-6AFF-9ED8-Q
The Southern Star 1969 10.5240/DF81-B020-2911-55B1-171B-I
Josie and the Pussycats 1970 10.5240/23BE-908D-6269-C9A1-59C3-A
Nemo 1970 10.5240/FA04-2436-AE59-5325-2530-7
On the Comet 1970 10.5240/F356-CE96-20AF-C41D-D5A5-Z
Strange Holiday 1970 10.5240/A8DA-A734-18D7-145A-4C3E-T
Strogoff 1970 10.5240/C1CE-9084-6552-79E6-8EC9-M
The Light at the Edge of the World 1971 10.5240/948F-9A93-C419-2BB9-1D19-7
Around the World in Eighty Days 1972 10.5240/28F0-CF9B-42BC-8A43-3B47-5
Festival of Family Classics 1972 10.5240/370B-8EEA-704A-038D-945E-L
Un, dos, tres… responda otra vez 1972 10.5240/C560-8A48-253A-1A8D-C3E5-2
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1973 10.5240/9A13-211C-EA7C-11E9-D433-7
L’île mystérieuse 1973 10.5240/FD67-EDB3-3460-7CAA-6C45-0
Maître Zaccharius 1973 10.5240/D719-67F8-0197-AD5B-42DA-3
Slomannaya podkova 1973 10.5240/1937-B08A-7C0D-2FE2-8C0D-O
The Mysterious Island 1973 10.5240/4DFE-F3CB-FF2C-159A-AD0D-V
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea 1973 10.5240/F377-011A-24E0-FD50-17CC-E
A dunai hajós 1974 10.5240/E73F-AFF2-5AB3-BB79-43B5-A
Deux ans de vacances 1974 10.5240/DA61-576F-CEA7-5835-CF87-I
Fifteen Year Old Captain 1974 10.5240/88B8-7897-B056-64E6-EC53-I
Utazás a Holdba 1974 10.5240/B38A-66C6-2D0C-6299-27D1-0
Jorden runt på 80 dagar 1975 10.5240/5625-A2C5-45E2-4D2B-1E61-J
Kapitan Nemo 1975 10.5240/F3C2-C0D4-FD3D-C292-0111-S
Le Tour du monde en 80 jours 1975 10.5240/A72E-915A-0E49-0361-CA93-E
Michel Strogoff 1975 10.5240/265D-1B98-F069-7125-3C65-L
Piratii din Pacific 1975 10.5240/83FC-F956-4CA7-D984-13AE-T
The Mysterious Island 1975 10.5240/07D2-4271-5ABE-F18F-1695-P
Viaje fantástico en globo 1975 10.5240/36C5-F220-AE38-745B-D649-V
Captain Nemo 1976 10.5240/341D-983C-C096-EC6D-44B8-D
Le château des Carpathes 1976 10.5240/4642-92A5-10C3-BD0C-4F85-Y
Master of the World 1976 10.5240/E628-521E-7585-F9AF-2EF4-0
5 Weeks in a Balloon 1977 10.5240/65C9-4BC0-FC21-9EF5-FDE2-X
A Journey to the Center of the Earth 1977 10.5240/D352-B7CA-06AA-FE82-378A-B
Where Time Began 1977 10.5240/08CD-66A4-EF27-B314-3205-R
Wielka podróz Bolka i Lolka 1977 10.5240/55DB-AE15-4A93-8698-2D0A-5
The Return of Captain Nemo 1978 10.5240/F510-2CE5-8365-450F-FF30-V
From the Earth to the Moon 1979 10.5240/A465-5E84-6229-FD78-FFB5-S
Le tour du monde en 80 jours 1979 10.5240/73D9-7381-6C36-55D3-1B89-6
Mathias Sandorf 1979 10.5240/7909-463E-2EC2-1869-D1A4-E
Off on a Comet 1979 10.5240/43B5-5529-12D4-687A-CC06-8
Tajemství Ocelového mesta 1979 10.5240/00C6-5CD5-5335-ED9D-652D-R
Dvacet tisic mil pod morem 1980 10.5240/1509-65BE-E7DA-E060-B4EB-8
Castelul din Carpati 1981 10.5240/1677-5737-9E19-625C-7918-3
Mystery on Monster Island 1981 10.5240/3AA2-E6D5-AF25-B6E4-5486-S
The Mysterious Castle in the Carpathians 1981 10.5240/4170-0B90-82C9-33FB-C20D-O
Hitomi no Naka no Shounen Juugo Shounen Hyouryuuki 1982 10.5240/9FC9-B4D3-2634-04C8-1B78-Q
Los diablos del mar 1982 10.5240/92BA-A05D-164F-27A1-F76C-N
Mysterious Planet 1982 10.5240/0757-52C2-B6FE-2839-F4DC-M
Around the World with Willy Fog 1983 10.5240/6C0C-7438-322E-BE01-B975-M
Zacharius 1984 10.5240/F44B-262E-F03D-A452-DAD7-G
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1985 10.5240/1829-C576-50B3-AD18-9A8C-Z
Le voyage dans la lune 1986 10.5240/FD8B-EE44-42EA-9E9B-50DD-K
V poiskakh kapitana Granta 1986 10.5240/E1E8-2C78-543A-AAFE-6BC4-U
Hitomi no Naka no Shonen: Jugo Shonen Hyoryuki 1987 10.5240/FF03-0C76-9797-95F8-4731-W
Pilgrim’s Captain 1987 10.5240/143D-D82E-A811-9DA1-BC8E-J
Around the World in 80 Days 1988 10.5240/4558-9E11-7A19-A08D-343E-L
Around the World in 80 Days 1989 10.5240/45A0-9295-4211-C954-4007-X
Around the World in 80 Days 1989 10.5240/5BEF-D0FD-38F7-EB42-A819-9
Around the World in 80 Days 1990 10.5240/BD25-5FEC-02A5-A890-0EF2-X
Fushigi no umi no Nadia 1990 10.5240/2D06-9EC8-78CB-F880-49DC-8
Tajomstvo alchymistu Storitza 1991 10.5240/1804-4675-77DB-BCBD-904C-N
Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon 1993 10.5240/C606-071A-C1DA-C1EC-30BA-Y
Journey to the Center of the Earth 1993 10.5240/4D53-8F02-B39F-96FC-35FC-D
Willy Fog 2 1993 10.5240/663E-973E-BDB8-AED6-158F-W
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1995 10.5240/008C-73DF-B0FD-E8F6-1C64-O
Kyôryû bôken jura tripper 1995 10.5240/7B1E-911D-3AD7-C77A-0C0D-3
Mysterious Island 1995 10.5240/B70E-5A28-6F7D-044B-C9A1-V
Verne World 1995 10.5240/F85C-8AAF-FEDE-2ADF-33C2-1
Journey to the Center of the Earth 1996 10.5240/B720-544F-7EE2-86E4-D408-F
Mysterious Island 1996 10.5240/DEBF-0F70-D599-4D76-4950-1
The Children of Captain Grant 1996 10.5240/3612-BE7C-180A-7961-2A7F-D
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1997 10.5240/3FFC-0401-2444-B37A-BA16-5
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1997 10.5240/9868-FE3C-80B4-264B-D7DA-W
Michel Strogoff 1997 10.5240/195F-0CA8-432A-3BBD-4538-J
Around the World in 80 Days 1999 10.5240/D746-DF0A-D886-4FD5-349F-Y
Journey to the Center of the Earth 1999 10.5240/D674-1ECF-2C66-3071-AB16-R
Michele Strogoff – Il corriere dello zar 1999 10.5240/F187-6D48-4FC3-4BFF-1BF3-Z
Les voyages extraordinaires de Jules Verne – Le tour du monde en 80 jours 2000 10.5240/301B-DD84-72FC-90F8-91D5-K
The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne 2000 10.5240/043B-0683-D104-413B-C5D3-X
Les voyages extraordinaires de Jules Verne – César Cascabel 2001 10.5240/31AC-ED00-D6D7-216F-2576-J
Les voyages extraordinaires de Jules Verne – La Jangada 2001 10.5240/22C2-7753-CDC1-CCB5-7362-D
Les voyages extraordinaires de Jules Verne – L’étoile du sud 2001 10.5240/B526-62F4-B480-6E6F-E118-1
Les voyages extraordinaires de Jules Verne – Voyage au centre de la terre 2001 10.5240/7904-FEFA-DC74-79C2-88AC-Y
Mysterious Island 2001 10.5240/2723-B903-48BA-B143-7A85-V
Journey to the Center of the Earth 2003 10.5240/D08A-6FAD-DFDF-4F59-DA60-4
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 2004 10.5240/2A29-77B4-4552-0213-1A08-4
Around the World in 80 Days 2004 10.5240/0DE8-8DB8-A2C0-3AA6-9F4C-Z
Le docteur Ox 2004 10.5240/F5AD-597B-A449-BA53-FF6F-E
Les aventures extraordinaires de Michel Strogoff 2004 10.5240/9728-9C23-B9EC-716A-34D4-A
80 Days 2005 10.5240/A67B-61A2-7E0C-8046-E524-L
Mysterious Island 2005 10.5240/CB6E-7ABB-6365-7C8D-B7F3-O
30,000 Leagues Under the Sea 2007 10.5240/61CA-AF5E-3B04-CCE0-BB3F-9
Journey to the Center of the Earth 2008 10.5240/6CF6-40B5-028E-DDBA-F58B-1
Journey to the Center of the Earth 2008 10.5240/753E-8D98-ED66-77DD-A085-L
Journey to the Center of the Earth 2008 10.5240/D9DE-1FBB-C62E-9CE9-E500-C
Jam 2009 10.5240/4717-1F67-8CE3-EF50-BF1A-1
Mysterious Island 2010 10.5240/8C85-35E5-A2B8-66DE-1A24-P
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island 2012 10.5240/BF83-E34E-8586-1C19-9651-V
Los sobrinos del Capitán Grant 2012 10.5240/D7ED-A0E6-C65F-D26C-2750-S
From the Earth to the Moon 2013 10.5240/C3E9-E12E-1C3F-38C1-3850-S
The Lost 15 Boys: The Big Adventure on Pirates’ Island 2013 10.5240/73D4-9EAC-15E4-475D-7DBD-S
Les Naufragés du Fol Espoir 2014 10.5240/1461-DEFA-C71B-8829-0486-G
Lolita from Interstellar Space 2014 10.5240/A6F2-785C-B87B-F5DC-9264-N
Siesta Z 2016 10.5240/74EB-0306-34C2-5A09-AF30-R
Around the World 2021 10.5240/153A-62BD-DFA3-8BA4-6FBE-S
Around the World in 80 Days 2021 10.5240/F707-CA9B-23B8-14A4-175C-I