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|Genre/Form:||Nonfiction television programs
Historical television programs
Documentary television programs
|Named Person:||James Madison; Andrew Jackson; Francis Scott Key|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward Herrmann; Roger Mudd; Paul Savior; Peter Coyote; Monte Markham; Roger Daltrey; Gary L Foreman; Carolyn H Raine; Arthur Drooker; William Chemerka; Dolores Gavin; Andrew D Berg; Michael Scalere; Dan Gagliasso; Adam Friedman; Robert J Litz; Rosanne Ehrlich; Jesse Sublett; Lee Fulkerson; Matthew Ginsburg; David Felsen; Native Sun Productions.; Gary L. Foreman Productions.; Perpetual Motion Films.; Non Fiction Films Inc.; Boom Pictures.; History Channel (Television network); Arts and Entertainment Network.; New Video Group.
|ISBN:||0767077946 9780767077941 0767077954 9780767077958 0767077962 9780767077965|
|Language Note:||Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.|
|Notes:||Originally produced for television in 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2004.
Special DVD features: Behind the scenes of First Invasion, The War of 1812; "Surviving an 1812 Battleship" episode from Extreme History.
|Credits:||First invasion: Cinematography, Michael Bowie, Rich Thompson, James Ewing ... [et al.] ; editor, Andy Pickard ; music composer, David Arkenstone ; art director, H. David Wright.
The Star-Spangled Banner: Cinematography, William S. Hays, Mead Hunt, Robert Mark ... [et al.] ; editor, Penny Elliott ; composer, John Petersen, John Lissauer ; researchers, Claude Kaplan, Debra Katz.
First Invasion Behind the scenes: editor, Kathy Gatto.
The battle of New Orleans: Director of photography, Gregg Hoerdemann ; editor, David Szabo ; music composer, David Arkenstone.
Andrew Jackson: Director of photography, Michael Crain ; edited by Hugh Munro Neely, Charlie Otte ; music composed by Nigel Holton.
The Great Ships: Directors of photography, William Schlueter, John Rosenberg ; edited by Ed Santiago ; music composed by Arthur B. Rubenstein.
Surviving an 1812 battleship: Photography, Matthew Ginsburg, David Leepson, Mark Salomon ... [et al.] ; editors, John Laprade, Pierre Takal ; original theme and score, G & E Music.
|Performer(s):||Narrator(s)/host(s), Edward Herrmann [First invasion], Roger Mudd [The Star-Spangled Banner], Paul Savior [Behind the scenes], Roger Mudd, Peter Coyote [Frontier, the decisive battles: the battle of New Orleans], Monte Markham [Andrew Jackson, The great ships], Roger Daltrey [Surviving an 1812 battleship].|
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (ca. 280 min. + extras [i.e. 317 min.]) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD-video; Dolby digital stereo.|
|Contents:||Volume 1 First invasion : The War of 1812 / executive producer/director, Gary L. Foreman ; producer, Carolyn H. Raine ; writers, Arthur Drooker, William Chemerka, Dolores Gavin, Gary L. Foreman ; produced by Native Sun Productions ; History Television Network Productions (2004) (92 min.) --
Save our history : The Star-Spangled Banner / produced and written by Andrew D. Berg ; produced by History Television Productions (1998) (47 min.) --
First Invasion : Behind the scenes / writer/producer, Michael Scalere ; History Television Network Productions (2004) (21 min.). Volume 2 Frontier, the decisive battles: the battle of New Orleans / producer-director Gary L. Foreman ; writer, Dan Gagliasso ; Swell ; Gary L. Foreman Productions ; History Channel ; A & E Television Networks (2000) (45 min.) --
Andrew Jackson : a man for the people / produced and directed by Monte Markham and Adam Friedman ; written by Robert J. Litz ; a Perpetual Motion Films production ; a presentation of Non Fiction Films, Inc. in association with A & E Network (1995) (45 min.) --
The great ships: the ironclads / produced and directed by Monte Markham ; producer, Rosanne Ehrlich ; written by Jesse Sublett and Lee Fulkerson ; A Non Fiction Films, Inc. presentation of a Perpetual Motion Films production for the History Channel (1997) (45 min.) --
Extreme history: surviving an 1812 battleship / director, Matthew Ginsburg ; writers, David Felsen and Matthew Ginsburg ; produced by Boom Pictures for The History Channel, A & E Television Networks (2003) (22 min.).
|Other Titles:||Surviving an 1812 Battleship.
First invasion: the War of 1812.
Save our history: star-spangled banner.
Battle of New Orleans.
Andrew Jackson: a man for the people.
History Channel presents
|Responsibility:||[compilation, A & E Television Networks].|
In volume two, "The Battle of New Orleans" shows how General Andrew Jackson led a motley group of Creoles, freeborn blacks, local Native Americans and poorly armed frontiersmen to defeat the British army effectively ending the War of 1812, while "Andrew Jackson: A Man for the People" explores the life of Andrew Jackson, known as "Old Hickory", during his Presidency, which he won on the strength of a reputation earned during the War of 1812. "The Ironclads" examines the development of the iron clad warship, which represented a radical advance over all earlier ships, effectively rendering the wooden navies of the world obsolete overnight. "Surviving an 1812 Battleship" provides a look at what ordinary sailors faced when engaging the enemy inside an 1812 battleship.
- Madison, James, -- 1751-1836.
- Jackson, Andrew, -- 1767-1845.
- Key, Francis Scott, -- 1779-1843.
- Monitor (Ironclad)
- United States. -- Navy -- History -- War of 1812.
- Star-spangled banner (Song)
- New Orleans, Battle of, New Orleans, La., 1815.
- Armored vessels -- History -- 19th century.
- Warships -- History -- 19th century.
- United States -- History, Military.
- United States -- History -- War of 1812.
- Baltimore (Md.) -- History -- War of 1812.
- United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- Naval operations.