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Mega Movers: Lock, Stock, & Barrel DVD

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  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 50 Minutes
  • Region: Region 1 Region?
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Language: English
  • Studio: History Channel
  • DVD Release Date: June 9, 2007

Empty buildings just aren't challenging enough, so the crew takes on the relocation of entire still-operating businesses, and considers what it would take to move the Pentagon!

  • The ultimate in heavy lifting.
  • Engineers are put to the test relocating everything from 19th century churches to massive factories.
  • An antiques shop and a funeral home find new final resting places.

If you're the type who can't leave anything behind, you may have to call in the MEGA MOVERS. Whether it's a 19th century church, a railroad bridge or an entire beach there's nothing our experts can't relocate. Of course, when it comes time to lift a structure from its foundations and head down the road (at a fraction of a mile an hour), every creak and groan can provide a vital clue, and a mistake of an inch could spell disaster.

The Pentagon, at 3.7 million square feet, is the world's largest office building. Suppose you needed to move it? Impossible! Suppose it had to remain operational while you did so? Forget it! Suppose you had the MEGA MOVERS crew on the job? Alright, maybe it could happen. Find out what it would take to achieve this amazing feat.

Then witness two fully-stocked, still-operating businesses - an antique shop loaded with delicate and priceless artifacts and a funeral home full of caskets and embalming equipment - undergo moves that would rattle even an empty warehouse. This isn't just a bull in a china shop, it's a bull picking up the shop and carrying it down the street!

Put that Superglue® away, the MEGA MOVERS are on the job!

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