Part of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau, this program follows the study of dolphins in the wild. Through
the capture of two dolphins, various studies are conducted to document the navigational abilities of these animals.
Transferred from film as is evident by several splices evident throughout the print used to master this LaserDisc, the
video qualities are exceptional. The undersea photography is vivid and sharp. The audio is typical of that from 1970's
television so is unexceptional in its dynamic range. It is clear and crisp and easily understandable.
A Sound of Dolphins was reissued on LaserDisc in 1986 by Pacific Arts through Image Entertainment (Catalog #: ID5295PA) as a single sided CLV pressing.