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The color of war

Author: Peter Coyote; A & E Home Video (Firm); IM3 Entertainment (Firm)
Publisher: [Burlington, VT] : A & E Home Video ; New York : Distributed by New Video, [2006]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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World War II was a black-and-white between good and evil. A dramatic commentary from the cameramen and photographers who captured the moments for posterity and memories of the soldiers who were there.
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Personal narratives
Documentary
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Coyote; A & E Home Video (Firm); IM3 Entertainment (Firm)
ISBN: 076708795X 9780767087957 0767087968 9780767087964 0767087976 9780767087971 0767087984 9780767087988 0767087992 9780767087995 076708800X 9780767088008
OCLC Number: 62758314
Notes: Documentary.
Title from container.
Contains 17 original programs all in color.
Credits: Narrator: Peter Coyote.
Performer(s): Narrator: Peter Coyote.
Awards: Winner of a CINE Special Jury Award for Best Broadcast History Program, 2003
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 5 videodiscs (approximately 780 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital, stereo.
Contents: disc 1. Into the breach ; Face to face ; Air war ; Battleground --
disc 2. At ease ; Anchors aweigh ; Why we fight --
disc 3. Fueling the fire ; Silent and deep ; Homefront ; The price of war --
disc 4. Victory ; Aftermath ; Man and machine --
disc 5. Clearing the way ; Covering war ; Dressed to kill.
Responsibility: produced by IM3 Entertainment for the History Channel.

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World War II was a black-and-white between good and evil. A dramatic commentary from the cameramen and photographers who captured the moments for posterity and memories of the soldiers who were there.
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