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The Victory at Sea World War II anthology is wonderful exclamation point and exactly as I remember when I was a young kid watching it with my father. It is total in-depth information about World War 2 and the moves that the allies and the enemies we're making during that time.
Victory at Sea is a 26-part television documentary that focuses mainly (but not exclusively) on naval warfare in World War II from the Allied point of view. Produced with the cooperation of the U.S. Navy, Victory at Sea originally aired on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) television network from October 1952 to May 1953.Directed by Isaac Kleinerman. With Alexander Scourby, Harold Alexander, Alan Brooke, Winston Churchill. A feature-length condensed version of the documentary TV series Victory at Sea (1952).In 1952, the NBC television network aired one of the most ambitious network documentary series ever attempted with Victory at Sea. The concept for the series came from Henry Salomon who spent his wartime service assisting historian Samuel Eliot Morison who was then writing the 15-volume History of United States Naval Operations in World War II.
There is no way you could distill the entire war into a single two or three hour documentary but there are multi-part series that do a good job. There are thousands of World War II documentaries on just about every conceivable subject (those broa.
Victory at Sea is a 26-part television documentary that focuses mainly (but not exclusively) on naval warfare in World War II from the Allied point of view. Produced with the cooperation of the U.S. Navy, Victory at Sea originally aired on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) television network from October 1952 to May 1953. The series won an Emmy for best public affairs program in 1954 and.
As a youngster in the 1950s, in those early days of television, I remember being much impressed with VICTORY AT SEA, a documentary series on America's ocean battles, primarily in the Pacific, during World War II. It was my first awareness of the wider conflict in which my father had served with the Army and my first exposure to the self-satisfied conviction that a Righteous America had saved.
Made by the men who had lived through the tragedy and triumph of the conflict, and presented to a nation which was only beginning to grasp the new American reality that emerged after VJ-Day, VICTORY AT SEA is considered one of the most influential and important documentaries ever created. Created by Henry Salomon (who assisted Samuel Eliot Morrison in writing a history of the war at sea), the.
Victory at Sea is a great documentary from the early age of television. It was produced by NBC in cooperation with the Navy. The music was composed by Richard Rodgers and could be a symphony by itself. The photography was stunning actual war footage from all major participants. Watching it again almost 60 years later is a little sad. While the US Navy accomplished amazing things during World.
Originally presented on NBC as a 26-part filmed documentary of World War II naval history, the television Victory at Sea was compressed to 97 minutes for theatrical release. But despite the loss.
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Periscope Film has remasted the entire Victory At Sea series on three Blu-Ray discs. This is not a copy of a copy, it was digitally remastered and restored from original film prints. There are 26 episodes in all with additional commentary audio track by film historian Peter Rollins. If you are unfamiliar with the series, read the summary below: click images to enlarge: Fifty years after it was.
The difficulty in categorizing Richard Rodgers' music for Victory at Sea is a problem of superlatives: Is it the greatest TV score ever written, the best documentary film score -- or, perhaps, the greatest war music ever composed? That the score might claim such titles could hardly have been imagined by anyone involved in the project back in the early 1950s, when the NBC Television network.
Metacritic TV Reviews, Victory at Sea, This 26-episode mini-series documented World War II through archival footage gathered from the U.S., British, Japanese, and German navies.