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For Love of Liberty  2010  3.1 ★ Television
This miniseries uses letters, diaries, speeches, historical text and military records to document and acknowledge the sacrifices and accomplishments of African-American servicemen and women since the earliest days of the republic.


For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots  2010  3.0 ★ 240 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
This moving PBS documentary chronicles the sacrificial courage of African-American men and woman who have served our country in time of war, from the Revolution to Iraq, to help secure freedom for all American citizens. Hosted by Halle Berry and using diaries, letters and other first-hand accounts, this program reveals what motivated these heroes to fight foreign foes for rights that they themselves did not always enjoy back home.


Dave Brubeck: In His Own Sweet Way  2010  3.3 ★ 85 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Executive produced by jazz lover Clint Eastwood, this documentary portrait chronicles the life and career of the legendary Dave Brubeck, whose gift for improv and experimental time signatures injected the jazz medium with inventive new rhythms. Highlights include revealing interviews with Yo-Yo Ma, Bill Cosby, Sting and George Lucas, plus a never-before-aired interview Brubeck filmed with Walter Cronkite.


Dave Brubeck: In His Own Sweet Way  2010  3.2 ★ 85 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Executive produced by jazz lover Clint Eastwood, this documentary portrait chronicles the life and career of the legendary Dave Brubeck, whose gift for improv and experimental time signatures injected the jazz medium with inventive new rhythms. Highlights include revealing interviews with Yo-Yo Ma, Bill Cosby, Sting and George Lucas, plus a never-before-aired interview Brubeck filmed with Walter Cronkite.


For Love of Liberty  2010 240 mins Television Rated: NR
This moving documentary series chronicles the sacrificial courage of African-American men and woman who have served our country in time of war, from the Revolution to Iraq, to help secure freedom for all American citizens.


For Love of Liberty  2010  3.0 ★ 240 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This moving documentary series chronicles the sacrificial courage of African-American men and woman who have served our country in time of war, from the Revolution to Iraq, to help secure freedom for all American citizens.


For Love of Liberty  2010  3.0 ★ 240 mins Television Rated: NR
This moving documentary series chronicles the sacrificial courage of African-American men and woman who have served our country in time of war, from the Revolution to Iraq, to help secure freedom for all American citizens.


Legacy of War  2009  2.8 ★ 60 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Veteran newsman Walter Cronkite narrates this look at the economic and political developments that transpired in Europe after World War II, including the Marshall Plan, America's massive economic stimulus package that helped rebuild the continent. Authoritative interviews, along with Cronkite's own reflections, also shed light on the long-range consequences of the postwar recovery, including how it laid the foundation for the Cold War.


JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America  2009  3.6 ★ 188 mins Documentary
Using rarely seen primary source materials, this intense History Channel documentary examines the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, an event that changed not only the course of American history, but that of the world. Television news footage, radio reports, home movies and eyewitness accounts offer in-depth details about the tragic events of that November day and the resulting inquiries that continue to generate controversy.


Huxley on Huxley  2009  3.3 ★ 58 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
This documentary uses interviews with celebrated figures like Ram Dass to shine a light on the extraordinary life of Aldous Huxley's wife, Laura, who authored several books and founded a nonprofit organization.


Legacy of War  2009  2.8 ★ 60 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Veteran newsman Walter Cronkite narrates this look at the economic and political developments that transpired in Europe after World War II, including the Marshall Plan, America's massive economic stimulus package that helped rebuild the continent. Authoritative interviews, along with Cronkite's own reflections, also shed light on the long-range consequences of the postwar recovery, including how it laid the foundation for the Cold War.


JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America  2009  3.6 ★ 188 mins Documentaries
Using rarely seen primary source materials, this intense History Channel documentary examines the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, an event that changed not only the course of American history, but that of the world. Television news footage, radio reports, home movies and eyewitness accounts offer in-depth details about the tragic events of that November day and the resulting inquiries that continue to generate controversy.


SS United States: Lady in Waiting  2008  3.1 ★ 57 mins Documentary
Giving an in-depth look at the design and construction of the SS United States, this documentary also covers her glory days and eventual decline into obscurity. Rare archival footage plus interviews with journalist Walter Cronkite, artist LeRoy Neiman, maritime historian William H. Miller Jr., and noted crew and passengers tell the tale of what many consider to be the greatest American ocean liner of all time.


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 1  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Invasion and Breakout" and "Hot Pursuit."


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 2  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Rattling the Saber" and "We Strike Back."


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 3  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Hitting Them Harder" and "Unconditional Surrender."


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II  2008  2.7 ★ 480 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Follow America's hard-fought struggle to bring Allied forces to victory in this comprehensive eight-hour collection, hosted by Gen. John S.D. Eisenhower (son of the U.S. president and general). Highlights include the Battle of Britain, the invasion of Italy, D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and much more. The expert narration is provided by President Ronald Reagan, news legend Walter Cronkite and acclaimed actor Raymond Massey.


SS United States: Lady in Waiting  2008  3.1 ★ 57 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Giving an in-depth look at the design and construction of the SS United States, this documentary also covers her glory days and eventual decline into obscurity. Rare archival footage plus interviews with journalist Walter Cronkite, artist LeRoy Neiman, maritime historian William H. Miller Jr., and noted crew and passengers tell the tale of what many consider to be the greatest American ocean liner of all time.


Chelsea on the Rocks  2008  3.2 ★ 92 mins Documentary Rated: R
As Hotel Chelsea, a New York City Bohemian treasure, faces a makeover at the hands of a new management company, filmmaker Abel Ferrara salutes the building's raucous past and formidable list of former tenants. Vintage footage, interviews and historical reenactments highlight the adventures of such luminous residents as Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia, Sid Vicious, Ethan Hawke, William S. Burroughs and Milos Forman.


Top Command: The Great Generals of WWII: Disc 1  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Theater Commanders" and "Field Commanders."


Top Command: The Great Generals of WWII: Disc 2  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Pentagon Commanders" and "8th Air force Commanders."


Top Command: The Great Generals of WWII: Disc 3  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Battle on Two Continents" and "Central Pacific & Marine Commanders."


Top Command: The Great Generals of WWII: Disc 4  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Island Hopping" and "Victory at Last."


Chelsea on the Rocks  2008  3.2 ★ 92 mins Documentaries Rated: R RT:70%  until 01-Jan-2025 
As Hotel Chelsea, a New York City Bohemian treasure, faces a makeover at the hands of a new management company, filmmaker Abel Ferrara salutes the building's raucous past and formidable list of former tenants. Vintage footage, interviews and historical reenactments highlight the adventures of such luminous residents as Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia, Sid Vicious, Ethan Hawke, William S. Burroughs and Milos Forman.


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 1  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Invasion and Breakout" and "Hot Pursuit."


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 2  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Rattling the Saber" and "We Strike Back."


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 3  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Hitting Them Harder" and "Unconditional Surrender."


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 4  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "D-Day" and "Battle of the Bulge."


Road to Victory: The Winning of World War II: Disc 4  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "D-Day" and "Battle of the Bulge."


Top Command: The Great Generals of WWII: Disc 3  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Battle on Two Continents" and "Central Pacific & Marine Commanders."


Top Command: The Great Generals of WWII: Disc 4  2008 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes "Island Hopping" and "Victory at Last."


War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death  2007  3.7 ★ 73 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Based on Norman Solomon's revealing book and narrated by actor Sean Penn, this documentary exposes the government's and the media's purported history of deceiving the American people and leading the nation into war after war. Using archival footage of past presidents and media correspondents -- including the revered Walter Cronkite -- the film sheds light on propaganda and draws parallels between the Vietnam and Iraq wars.


The U.S. vs. John Lennon  2006  3.6 ★ 96 mins Documentaries Rated: PG-13 RT:77%
David Leaf's provocative documentary -- produced in collaboration with Yoko Ono -- examines John Lennon's growing involvement in antiwar efforts from 1966 to 1976 and the U.S. government's attempts to silence him.


Toots  2006  3.3 ★ 85 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Filmmaker Kristi Jacobson celebrates the life of her sharp-tongued grandfather, Toots Shor, a colorful Manhattan restaurateur who counted among his clientele scores of celebrities, including Frank Sinatra, Joe DiMaggio and Dwight Eisenhower. Interviews with Shor's pals, such as Lauren Bacall, Walter Cronkite and Yogi Berra, recall the post-World War II days when regular folk mingled at the bar with movie stars, sports heroes and politicians.


Silent Wings: The American Glider Pilots of WWII  2006  3.7 ★ 113 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
American glider pilots played an important but little-known role in World War II: This fascinating documentary traces the history and contributions of these daring heroes who risked their lives to supply soldiers behind enemy lines with food, medical supplies and other necessities. Narrated by Hal Holbrook, the program features rare archival footage and interviews with experts including Walter Cronkite and glider pilot Leo Cordier.


The U.S. vs. John Lennon  2006  3.6 ★ 96 mins Documentary Rated: PG-13
David Leaf's provocative documentary -- produced in collaboration with Yoko Ono -- examines John Lennon's growing involvement in antiwar efforts from 1966 to 1976 and the U.S. government's attempts to silence him.


Silent Wings: The American Glider Pilots of WWII  2006  3.7 ★ 113 mins Documentary Rated: NR
American glider pilots played an important but little-known role in World War II: This fascinating documentary traces the history and contributions of these daring heroes who risked their lives to supply soldiers behind enemy lines with food, medical supplies and other necessities. Narrated by Hal Holbrook, the program features rare archival footage and interviews with experts including Walter Cronkite and glider pilot Leo Cordier.


Toots  2006  3.3 ★ 85 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Filmmaker Kristi Jacobson celebrates the life of her sharp-tongued grandfather, Toots Shor, a colorful Manhattan restaurateur who counted among his clientele scores of celebrities, including Frank Sinatra, Joe DiMaggio and Dwight Eisenhower. Interviews with Shor's pals, such as Lauren Bacall, Walter Cronkite and Yogi Berra, recall the post-World War II days when regular folk mingled at the bar with movie stars, sports heroes and politicians.


The American Ruling Class  2005  3.6 ★ 89 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This inventive, mildly fictionalized documentary follows noted editor Lewis Lapham as he introduces two Ivy League graduates to America's elite in an effort to examine the role of class and moneyed privilege in American democracy.


The American Ruling Class  2005  3.6 ★ 89 mins Documentaries Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
This inventive, mildly fictionalized documentary follows noted editor Lewis Lapham as he introduces two Ivy League graduates to America's elite in an effort to examine the role of class and moneyed privilege in American democracy. With stops at the Pentagon, posh Manhattan parties and more, Lapham encounters luminaries -- including James Baker III and Walter Cronkite -- who each share their perspectives on America's ruling class.


Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty  2005  3.1 ★ 43 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Although they're not soldiers, they die in the line of service, defending the ideals of truth and freedom. This documentary chronicles the deaths of seven journalists killed on assignment, covering conflicts around the world.


Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty  2005  3.1 ★ 43 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Although they're not soldiers, they die in the line of service, defending the ideals of truth and freedom. This documentary chronicles the deaths of seven journalists killed on assignment, covering conflicts around the world.


G.I. Joe: Ernie Pyle  2004  3.2 ★ 70 mins Documentary Rated: NR
World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle is the subject of this documentary that chronicles the journalist's experiences and work during the war. An Indiana native, Pyle was killed by Japanese machine-gun fire in 1945. The film depicts the war correspondent's wartime efforts and personal reflections through reenactments, photos and words from Pyle himself. Interviews include Gerald Ford, Walter Cronkite and Andy Rooney.


Chisholm '72: Unbought and Unbossed Nominated For/Won Awards 2004  3.7 ★ 76 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Brooklyn-based Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm represented a series of firsts: She was the first African-American woman elected to Congress and the first black person and woman to run a serious, high-profile campaign in the U.S. presidential primary. She made further history when she vied for the presidency in 1972. And while her inspiring journey would have made headlines today, it was virtually ignored by the mainstream media at the time.


G.I. Joe: Ernie Pyle  2004  3.2 ★ 70 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle is the subject of this documentary that chronicles the journalist's experiences and work during the war. An Indiana native, Pyle was killed by Japanese machine-gun fire in 1945. The film depicts the war correspondent's wartime efforts and personal reflections through reenactments, photos and words from Pyle himself. Interviews include Gerald Ford, Walter Cronkite and Andy Rooney.


You Are There: Tragedy and Promise  2004  2.4 ★ 50 mins Television
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by reporters such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the program investigated historical events as though they were breaking news. This installment recounts the search for and capture of Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth, and the first oil strike in Texas.


You Are There: Tragedy and Promise  2004  2.3 ★ 50 mins TV Shows
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by reporters such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the program investigated historical events as though they were breaking news. This installment recounts the search for and capture of Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth, and the first oil strike in Texas.


Chisholm '72: Unbought and Unbossed Nominated For/Won Awards 2004  3.6 ★ 76 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Brooklyn-based Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm represented a series of firsts: She was the first African-American woman elected to Congress and the first black person and woman to run a serious, high-profile campaign in the U.S. presidential primary. She made further history when she vied for the presidency in 1972. And while her inspiring journey would have made headlines today, it was virtually ignored by the mainstream media at the time.


Heroes of World War II: Part 2  2003 Documentary Rated: NR

Heroes of World War II: Part 2  2003 Documentary Rated: NR

Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite: Vol. 1  2003 218 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the program.


Avoiding Armageddon  2003  2.8 ★ 360 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Weapons of mass destruction are the topic of this series that explores the potential for small attacks, and even Armageddon. In the first part, historical context is provided for biological and chemical weapons, and survivors share their stories. Next, the focus shifts to past and present-day dangers of nuclear weapons, followed by a look at international terrorist organizations. The series concludes with a look at how Armageddon can be avoided.


Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite  2003  3.4 ★ 680 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Beloved anchorman Walter Cronkite hosts this look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of the CBS news team. Morley Safer, Ed Bradley and a young Dan Rather report on every aspect of the divisive conflict -- from the French defeat at Dien Bien Phu through the My Lai massacre, the Tet offensive and the fall of Saigon -- in the process revealing the war's effects not just on those who fought it, but on those who remained at home as well.


Heroes of World War II: Disc 1  2003 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the series.


Heroes of World War II: Disc 2  2003 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the series.


Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite  2003  3.3 ★ 680 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Beloved anchorman Walter Cronkite hosts this look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of the CBS news team. Morley Safer, Ed Bradley and a young Dan Rather report on every aspect of the divisive conflict -- from the French defeat at Dien Bien Phu through the My Lai massacre, the Tet offensive and the fall of Saigon -- in the process revealing the war's effects not just on those who fought it, but on those who remained at home as well.


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 1  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "Silent Killers - Poisons and Plagues."


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 2  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "Nuclear Nightmares - Losing Control."


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 3  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "The New Face of Terror - Upping the Ante."


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 4  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "Confronting Terrorism - Turning the Tide."


Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite: Vol. 3  2003 218 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the third part of the program.


Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite: Vol. 2  2003 218 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the program.


Proud to Serve: The Men and Women of the U.S. Army  2003  2.8 ★ 60 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Hosted by Walter Cronkite, this tribute to the soldiers of the U.S. Army profiles those who have engaged in active combat as well as the servicemen and women who work behind the scenes. In candid interviews, these heroes share their personal stories and reflections on sacrifice, service and duty. Sen. Bob Dole, Korean War vet and G.I. Joe creator Don Levine, Army brat Shaquille O'Neal, former POW Jessica Lynch and many others are featured.


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 1  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "Silent Killers - Poisons and Plagues."


World War II with Walter Cronkite: War in Europe  2003  3.0 ★ 840 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Legendary newsman Walter Cronkite hosts this comprehensive study of World War II's European theater, from the rise of Hitler's National Socialism in Germany to Victory in Europe Day and beyond. Authoritative analysis examines the role of weapons, battles, leaders and soldiers in conflicts from Italy to Finland, and rare combat and other archival footage bring to life the greatest armed conflict the world has ever seen.


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 2  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "Nuclear Nightmares - Losing Control."


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 3  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "The New Face of Terror - Upping the Ante."


Avoiding Armageddon: Disc 4  2003 116 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the episode "Confronting Terrorism - Turning the Tide."


Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite: Vol. 1  2003 218 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the program.


Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite: Vol. 2  2003 218 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the program.


Vietnam War with Walter Cronkite: Vol. 3  2003 218 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the third part of the program.


Heroes of World War II: Disc 1  2003 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the series.


Heroes of World War II: Disc 2  2003 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the series.


Television: The First 50 Years  2003  3.2 ★ 100 mins Television
Bringing back a half century of television memories, this comprehensive documentary features clips from vintage newsreels and dozens of boob-tube classics such as "I Love Lucy," "Gunsmoke," "Dragnet," "Laugh-In," "Saturday Night Live" and "Dallas." Scores of small-screen icons -- including Steve Allen, Milton Berle, Art Linkletter, Carol Burnett and Walter Cronkite -- discuss the history of the medium and the parts they played in its development.


Heroes of World War II: Part 1  2003 Documentary Rated: NR

Heroes of World War II  2003  3.1 ★ 240 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Hosted by Peabody Award-winning journalist Walter Cronkite, this comprehensive documentary pays tribute to the sacrifices of the 16 million who served in the American armed forces during World War II. Touching on everything from the attack on Pearl Harbor to the invasion of Europe and beyond, the program combines archival footage and personal accounts to detail the remarkable achievements of U.S. forces during the defining event of the 20th ce...


Heroes of World War II  2003 240 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Hosted by Peabody Award-winning journalist Walter Cronkite, this comprehensive documentary pays tribute to the sacrifices of the 16 million who served in the American armed forces during World War II. Touching on everything from the attack on Pearl Harbor to the invasion of Europe and beyond, the program combines archival footage and personal accounts to detail the remarkable achievements of U.S. forces during the defining event of the 20th ce...


Heroes of World War II: Part 1  2003 Documentary Rated: NR

The Century That Made America Great  2003  2.9 ★ 180 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
America grew to be a world leader through its many notable triumphs and accomplishments, most of which occurred during the 20th century. This collection consists of three volumes full of exciting details about the events that helped mold America into a country that continues to be full of innovation and inspiration. Included are "The Eagle Soars," "Wonders of the Century" and "Miracles of Communication."


Proud to Serve: The Men and Women of the U.S. Army  2003  2.8 ★ 60 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Hosted by Walter Cronkite, this tribute to the soldiers of the U.S. Army profiles those who have engaged in active combat as well as the servicemen and women who work behind the scenes. In candid interviews, these heroes share their personal stories and reflections on sacrifice, service and duty. Sen. Bob Dole, Korean War vet and G.I. Joe creator Don Levine, Army brat Shaquille O'Neal, former POW Jessica Lynch and many others are featured.


Television: The First 50 Years  2003  3.2 ★ 100 mins TV Shows Rated: R
Bringing back a half century of television memories, this comprehensive documentary features clips from vintage newsreels and dozens of boob-tube classics such as "I Love Lucy," "Gunsmoke," "Dragnet," "Laugh-In," "Saturday Night Live" and "Dallas." Scores of small-screen icons -- including Steve Allen, Milton Berle, Art Linkletter, Carol Burnett and Walter Cronkite -- discuss the history of the medium and the parts they played in its development.


World War II with Walter Cronkite: War in Europe: Disc 2  2003 293 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Europe: The Allies Close In," The Scandinavian and Soviet Fronts" and "The Eastern Front."


World War II with Walter Cronkite: War in Europe: Disc 1  2003 342 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Cronkite's War Years," "The Seeds of War,"The German High Command," "Invasion: The Allies Attack" and "Battleground Italy."


World War II with Walter Cronkite: War in Europe: Disc 3  2003 222 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Air War Over Europe," "Europe: Wars Within A War" and "Victory."


World War II with Walter Cronkite: War in Europe: Disc 2  2003 293 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Europe: The Allies Close In," The Scandinavian and Soviet Fronts" and "The Eastern Front."


World War II with Walter Cronkite: War in Europe: Disc 1  2003 342 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Cronkite's War Years," "The Seeds of War,"The German High Command," "Invasion: The Allies Attack" and "Battleground Italy."


World War II with Walter Cronkite: War in Europe: Disc 3  2003 222 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Air War Over Europe," "Europe: Wars Within A War" and "Victory."


The Century That Made America Great  2003  2.9 ★ 180 mins Documentary Rated: NR
America grew to be a world leader through its many notable triumphs and accomplishments, most of which occurred during the 20th century. This collection consists of three volumes full of exciting details about the events that helped mold America into a country that continues to be full of innovation and inspiration. Included are "The Eagle Soars," "Wonders of the Century" and "Miracles of Communication."


Liberty's Kids  2002  3.9 ★ TV Shows
Created by PBS, this entertaining program takes historical figures and places them in the middle of an animated adventure. "Liberty's Kids" is a fascinating, riveting way to teach kids about events that took place way before they were born.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Sybil Ludington  2002 TV Shows
Sixteen-year-old Sybil Ludington makes her own "midnight ride" in Westchester County, NY. Benedict Arnold fights for "respect" from Congress.


Liberty's Kids: Vol. 1  2002 60 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episode: "The Boston Tea Party."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: An American in Paris  2002 TV Shows
Ben Franklin sets up residence in Paris and begins his uphill battle to enlist France in the American cause.


Liberty's Kids: Vol. 2  2002 60 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episode: "Give Me Liberty."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Across the Delaware  2002 TV Shows
Washington recrosses the Delaware River on Christmas Day. His troops defeat the sleeping Hessians at Trenton.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: American Crisis  2002 TV Shows
At the low point of the war for the Americans, Washington's adjutant, Gen. Joseph Reed, questions the commander's ability to lead.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Captain Molly  2002 TV Shows
Ben Franklin, appointed to a commission to negotiate a treaty with the French, sails for France aboard the ship Reprisal.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: One Life to Lose  2002 TV Shows
A failed peace conference convinces the American leaders that the British have no interest in making peace.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Deborah Samson: Soldier of the Revolution  2002 TV Shows
Deborah Samson masquerades as a man so she can enlist in the Continental Army. Washington and French Gen. Rochambeau disagree.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Turtle  2002 TV Shows
The kids, thinking they're reporting on the sighting of a "sea monster" in New York harbor, instead meet David Bushnell, the father of the submarine.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Conflict in the South  2002 TV Shows
Virginia Governor Thomas Jefferson is forced by Benedict Arnold to abandon the governor's residence in Richmond.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: New York, New York  2002 TV Shows
At the Battle of Long Island, Washington fights the British in open-field battles -- with catastrophic results.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Bostonians  2002 TV Shows
James travels to New York, where he meets an Iroquois chief and learns firsthand about atrocities committed by Iroquois and American alike.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The First Fourth of July  2002 TV Shows
As Hessians arrive off the coast of Staten Island, John Adams convinces Congress that independence is the only answer to the colonies' problems.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: In Praise of Ben  2002 TV Shows
Sarah returns to Philadelphia. Henri gets into a scrape with a Tory boy when the Tory makes disparaging comments about Ben Franklin.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Common Sense  2002 TV Shows
James, Sarah and Henri meet Thomas Paine and learn of his belief that the common man can rule himself.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The New Frontier  2002 TV Shows
In the Ohio territory, Shawnee Chief Cornstalk and his people are caught between the Americans and the British, with tragic results.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Washington Takes Command  2002 TV Shows
George Washington arrives in Boston to take command of the army, but he has no idea if the New Englanders will follow a Virginian.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Great Galvez  2002 TV Shows
Spanish Governor Bernardo de Galvez aids the American cause by capturing Baton Rouge, Natchez and Mobile from the British.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Postmaster General Franklin  2002 TV Shows
When Patriot mail falls into the hands of the British, James and Sarah agree to carry important letters safely to New York.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series  2002  3.3 ★ 929 mins TV Shows
Turning the typical history lesson on its head, this riveting program -- which features the voices of celebrities such as Billy Crystal and Walter Cronkite -- offers a fun way to teach kids about events that took place long before they were born.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Going Home  2002 TV Shows
With the signing of the Treaty of Paris, loyalists are forced to leave their homes. Many slaves move to Canada to avoid being returned to slavery.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Bunker Hill  2002 TV Shows
The first major battle of the war results in a victory for the crown, but at such a high cost to the British that the American cause gains momentum.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Second Continental Congress  2002 TV Shows
The colonies decide they need a national army. John Adams nominates George Washington over other candidates to lead the new force.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Green Mountain Boys  2002 TV Shows
Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold reluctantly join forces to capture Fort Ticonderoga in New York, thereby expanding the war beyond New England.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Shot Heard Around the World  2002 TV Shows
The Revolutionary War begins with the battles of Lexington and Concord. Minutemen citizens take up arms to fight the powerful, experienced Red Coats.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Intolerable Acts  2002 TV Shows
Moses, James, Sarah and Henri hide at poet Phillis Wheatley's house in Boston, where some of His Majesty's soldiers are being quartered.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Boston Tea Party  2002 TV Shows
Colonists in Boston rebel against "taxation without representation" by throwing a fortune in tea into the harbor.


Walter Cronkite Remembers: A Remarkable Century: Disc 1  2002 150 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following: "The Early Years," "World War II" and "The Cold War."


Walter Cronkite Remembers: A Remarkable Century: Disc 2  2002 150 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following: "Television and Politics," "Vietnam and Civil Rights" and Man on the Moon."


Liberty's Kids: Vol. 1  2002 60 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episode: "The Boston Tea Party."


Walter Cronkite Remembers: A Remarkable Century: Disc 3  2002 150 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes: "The 70's and Career Recap" and "A Remarkable Century."


Liberty's Kids: Vol. 2  2002 60 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episode: "Give Me Liberty."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 1  2002 163 mins Children & Family
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Boston Tea Party," "The Intolerable Acts," "United We Stand," "Liberty Or Death!," "The Midnight Ride," "The Shot Heard Around the World" and "The Green Mountain Boys."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series  2002  4.0 ★ 929 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
"Liberty's Kids" takes the typical history lesson and turns it on its head. The result? A fascinating, riveting way to teach kids about events that took place way before they were born. Created by PBS, this entertaining program (which features the voices of celebrities such as Billy Crystal and Walter Cronkite) takes historical figures and places them in the middle of an animated adventure.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Honor and Compromise  2002 TV Shows
The States struggle to unite politically before the arrival of the French ambassador. Henri befriends Wappinger Abraham Nimham.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Allies at Last  2002 TV Shows
News of the American victory at Saratoga helps pave the way for Ben Franklin to negotiate a treaty with France.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Valley Forge  2002 TV Shows
James, Sarah and Henri are there as George Washington and his Continental Army endure a horrible winter at Valley Forge.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Hessians Are Coming  2002 TV Shows
Benedict Arnold is the true hero of the Battle of Saratoga but is angered when he fails to receive proper recognition.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Lafayette Arrives  2002 TV Shows
The 19-year-old Marquis de Lafayette arrives after an eventful journey from France and offers his services to Congress.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series  2002 929 mins TV Shows
"Liberty's Kids" takes the typical history lesson and turns it on its head. The result? A fascinating, riveting way to teach kids about events that took place way before they were born. Created by PBS, this entertaining program (which features the voices of celebrities such as Billy Crystal and Walter Cronkite) takes historical figures and places them in the middle of an animated adventure.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: James Armistead  2002 TV Shows
Virginia slave James Armistead joins Lafayette and spies on Benedict Arnold. Then, as a double agent, he gives false information to Gen. Cornwallis.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Benedict Arnold  2002 TV Shows
Benedict Arnold tries to hand West Point over to British, but his plot is uncovered when his accomplice, Maj. Andre, is captured.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Not Yet Begun to Fight  2002 TV Shows
Sailing to England, Sarah is shipwrecked and saved by Jones. Later, she comes to the realization that she is now, in her heart, an American.


Liberty's Kids  2002  3.9 ★ Children & Family
Created by PBS, this entertaining program takes historical figures and places them in the middle of an animated adventure. "Liberty's Kids" is a fascinating, riveting way to teach kids about events that took place way before they were born.


The True Meaning of Pictures: Shelby Lee Adams' Appalachia  2002  3.3 ★ 71 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Documentarian Jennifer Baichwal tells the true stories behind the faces of the Kentucky Appalachian inhabitants -- once labeled hillbillies -- who were originally captured through the camera lens of photographer Shelby Lee Adams 30 years earlier. Baichwal tracks the lives of two families who have each endured their share of heartache throughout their struggle to resist the influence of American popular culture.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 2  2002 163 mins Children & Family
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Second Continental Congress," "Bunker Hill," "Postmaster General Franklin," "Washington Takes Command," "Common Sense," "The 1st Fourth of July" and "New York, New York."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 3  2002 150 mins Children & Family
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Turtle," "One Life to Lose," "Captain Molly," "American Crisis," "Across the Deleware" and "An American In Paris."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 4  2002 150 mins Children & Family
This disc includes the following episodes: "Sybil Ludington," "Lafayette Arrives," "The Hessians are Coming," "Valley Forge," "Allies At Last," "Honor and Compromise" and "The New Frontier."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 5  2002 163 mins Children & Family
This disc includes the following episodes: "Not Yet Begun to Fight," "The Great Galvez," "In Praise of Ben," "Bostonians," "Benedict Arnold," "Conflict in the South" and "Deborah Samson: Soldier of the Revolution."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 6  2002 140 mins Children & Family
This disc includes the following episodes: "James Armistead," "Yorktown," "Born Free and Equal," "The Man Who Wouldn't Be King," "Going Home" and "We the People."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Yorktown  2002 TV Shows
In the climatic battle of the war, Moses' brother, a soldier for the British, is sent into harm's way and is aided by a sympathetic Hessian soldier.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 1  2002 163 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Boston Tea Party," "The Intolerable Acts," "United We Stand," "Liberty Or Death!," "The Midnight Ride," "The Shot Heard Around the World" and "The Green Mountain Boys."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 2  2002 163 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Second Continental Congress," "Bunker Hill," "Postmaster General Franklin," "Washington Takes Command," "Common Sense," "The 1st Fourth of July" and "New York, New York."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 3  2002 150 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Turtle," "One Life to Lose," "Captain Molly," "American Crisis," "Across the Deleware" and "An American In Paris."


The True Meaning of Pictures: Shelby Lee Adams' Appalachia  2002  3.4 ★ 71 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Documentarian Jennifer Baichwal tells the true stories behind the faces of the Kentucky Appalachian inhabitants -- once labeled hillbillies -- who were originally captured through the camera lens of photographer Shelby Lee Adams 30 years earlier. Baichwal tracks the lives of two families who have each endured their share of heartache throughout their struggle to resist the influence of American popular culture.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 4  2002 150 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Sybil Ludington," "Lafayette Arrives," "The Hessians are Coming," "Valley Forge," "Allies At Last," "Honor and Compromise" and "The New Frontier."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 5  2002 163 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Not Yet Begun to Fight," "The Great Galvez," "In Praise of Ben," "Bostonians," "Benedict Arnold," "Conflict in the South" and "Deborah Samson: Soldier of the Revolution."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Disc 6  2002 140 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "James Armistead," "Yorktown," "Born Free and Equal," "The Man Who Wouldn't Be King," "Going Home" and "We the People."


Walter Cronkite Remembers: A Remarkable Century  2002  3.0 ★ 450 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Join legendary newsman Walter Cronkite on a journey through the 20th century in this award-winning program documenting the events that shaped the world. Archival photos and newsreel clips cover the development of organized crime, the Great Depression, World War I and World War II, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the struggle for civil rights, the space race, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the Vietnam War, to name a few.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Man Who Wouldn't Be King  2002 TV Shows
Ben Franklin and John Adams sign the peace treaty with England. In New York, some members of Washington's officer corps want him to become king.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Born Free and Equal  2002 TV Shows
Massachusetts slave "Mum Bett" sues for her freedom. When she wins, she renames herself Elizabeth Freeman.


Walter Cronkite Remembers: A Remarkable Century: Disc 1  2002 150 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following: "The Early Years," "World War II" and "The Cold War."


Walter Cronkite Remembers: A Remarkable Century: Disc 2  2002 150 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following: "Television and Politics," "Vietnam and Civil Rights" and Man on the Moon."


Walter Cronkite Remembers: A Remarkable Century: Disc 3  2002 150 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes: "The 70's and Career Recap" and "A Remarkable Century."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: We the People  2002 TV Shows
America's leaders meet at a convention in Philadelphia and decide to write a radical new Constitution.


Liberty's Kids  2002  4.1 ★ 120 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
"Liberty's Kids" takes the typical history lesson and turns it on its head. The result? A fascinating, riveting way to teach kids about events that took place way before they were born. Created by PBS, this entertaining program (which features the voices of celebrities such as Billy Crystal and Walter Cronkite) takes historical figures and places them in the middle of an animated adventure.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: The Midnight Ride  2002 TV Shows
Paul Revere and William Dawes spread the word that the "British are coming!" on the eve of "the shot heard round the world."


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: Liberty or Death!  2002 TV Shows
Patrick Henry, the greatest speaker of his day, stirs the South to the cause of freedom with his famous "Give me liberty or give me death!" speech.


Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series: United We Stand  2002 TV Shows
At the First Continental Congress, Sam and John Adams argue that the Intolerable Acts are not just a New England problem, they're an American problem.


Korean War Stories  2001  3.8 ★ 60 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Although the Korean War was dubbed a "police action," it had all the makings of a full-fledged battle, with American forces stationed on the ground and thousands of lives lost. No one can bear witness to this piece of history better than the war's veterans, including Medal of Honor awardees General Ray Davis and Colonel Carl Sitter, who saw action there; this documentary gives them a forum to air their views and memories.


Korean War Stories  2001  3.8 ★ 60 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Although the Korean War was dubbed a "police action," it had all the makings of a full-fledged battle, with American forces stationed on the ground and thousands of lives lost. No one can bear witness to this piece of history better than the war's veterans, including Medal of Honor awardees General Ray Davis and Colonel Carl Sitter, who saw action there; this documentary gives them a forum to air their views and memories.


On Common Ground: A World War II Reunion  2001  3.4 ★ 88 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Combat in the Huertgen Forest ranked among the most devastating of World War II, with American and German forces suffering casualties upwards of 60,000 troops. More than a half-century later, soldiers from both sides assemble at the site for an emotional reunion. The intense feelings they experienced as young men are never far from the surface. Tom Brokaw, Walter Cronkite and John Kenneth Galbraith provide commentary.


On Common Ground: A World War II Reunion  2001  3.5 ★ 88 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Combat in the Huertgen Forest ranked among the most devastating of World War II, with American and German forces suffering casualties upwards of 60,000 troops. More than a half-century later, soldiers from both sides assemble at the site for an emotional reunion. The intense feelings they experienced as young men are never far from the surface. Tom Brokaw, Walter Cronkite and John Kenneth Galbraith provide commentary.


The American President: Disc 2  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "Politics And The Presidency."


The American President: Disc 3  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "Executive Vision."


The American President: Disc 4  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "The Candidate."


The American President: Disc 5  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "An Office And Its Powers."


The American President  2000  3.5 ★ 575 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This is the first documentary series ever to profile all 41 of America's chief executives. The series tells the nation's story from the perspective of the highest office in the land and features exclusive interviews with living former presidents.


The American President: Disc 1  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "A Matter of Destiny."


The American President: Disc 2  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "Politics And The Presidency."


The American President: Disc 3  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "Executive Vision."


The American President: Disc 4  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "The Candidate."


The American President: Disc 5  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "An Office And Its Powers."


The American President: Disc 1  2000 115 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the segment "A Matter of Destiny."


The American President  2000  3.5 ★ 575 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This is the first documentary series ever to profile all 41 of America's chief executives. The series tells the nation's story from the perspective of the highest office in the land and features exclusive interviews with living former presidents.


Air Power: Disc 1  1999 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following chapters: "Prologue," "The Luftwaffe," "Battle of Britain," "Target: Hamburg," "Target: Schweinfurt," "Bombing of Ploesti" and "Conquest of the Air." Extras include the featurettes "Fighters of the RAF" and "Defenders of the Reich."


Air Power: Disc 2  1999 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following chapters: "Road to Rome," "Winning of France," "Victory in Europe," "Pearl Harbor" and "Japanese Perimeter." Extras include the featurettes "B-17 Flying Fortress," "P-51 Mustang" and "P-47 Thunderbolt."


Air Power: Disc 3  1999 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following chapters: "Blockade," "The Road to Japan," "Kamikaze" and "Defeat of Japan." Extras include the bonus featurette "B-24 Liberator."


Air Power: Disc 2  1999 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following chapters: "Road to Rome," "Winning of France," "Victory in Europe," "Pearl Harbor" and "Japanese Perimeter." Extras include the featurettes "B-17 Flying Fortress," "P-51 Mustang" and "P-47 Thunderbolt."


Air Power: Disc 3  1999 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following chapters: "Blockade," "The Road to Japan," "Kamikaze" and "Defeat of Japan." Extras include the bonus featurette "B-24 Liberator."


War and Civilization: Disc 1  1998 156 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "First Blood," "Empires & Armies" and "Horse Warriors."


War and Civilization: Disc 2  1998 156 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Gunpowder," "Revolution" and "Blood & Iron."


War and Civilization: Disc 3  1998 104 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "War Machines" and "The Price of War."


War and Civilization: Disc 1  1998 156 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "First Blood," "Empires & Armies" and "Horse Warriors."


War and Civilization: Disc 2  1998 156 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Gunpowder," "Revolution" and "Blood & Iron."


War and Civilization: Disc 3  1998 104 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "War Machines" and "The Price of War."


Dwight D. Eisenhower: Commander-in-Chief  1998  3.8 ★ 85 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Dwight D. Eisenhower's extraordinary military and political career comes into sharp focus with this authoritative profile. Recordings of Eisenhower and insightful interviews help tell the story of the complex man and his journey to the White House.


War and Civilization  1998  3.0 ★ 416 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Drawing from more than 3,000 years of military history, this eight-part documentary charts the evolution of armed conflict. The exploits of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, the Aztecs, the American and French revolutionaries and many more populate this exhaustive account, which The New York Times called "one of the most ambitious documentaries of recent years." Broadcasting legend Walter Cronkite narrates.


Modern Marvels: Television: Window to the World  1996  3.8 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
At the 1939 World's Fair, NBC announced the arrival of scheduled, broadcast television, a development the public was initially slow to accept. But in the following years, TV revolutionized entertainment and modern culture. This program charts the history of the small screen, from the early pioneers in the field to today's technological advances. Interviews with media figures offer an insider's insight into the industry that changed the world.


Modern Marvels: Television: Window to the World  1996  3.8 ★ 50 mins Documentary Rated: NR
At the 1939 World's Fair, NBC announced the arrival of scheduled, broadcast television, a development the public was initially slow to accept. But in the following years, TV revolutionized entertainment and modern culture. This program charts the history of the small screen, from the early pioneers in the field to today's technological advances. Interviews with media figures offer an insider's insight into the industry that changed the world.


Troubles We've Seen: A History of Journalism in Wartime: Part 1  1994 Foreign (French) Rated: NR

The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit  1994  3.4 ★ 83 mins Music Rated: NR
Like Richard Lester's A Hard Day's Night, this documentary follows the Beatles on their first trip to America in February 1964. Documentarian brothers Albert and David Maysles were given surprising access to the band during several of their concerts and even their influential first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Performance clips include "All My Loving," "I Saw Her Standing There" and "This Boy."


The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit  1994  3.4 ★ 83 mins Music & Musicals Rated: NR
Like Richard Lester's A Hard Day's Night, this documentary follows the Beatles on their first trip to America in February 1964. Documentarian brothers Albert and David Maysles were given surprising access to the band during several of their concerts and even their influential first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Performance clips include "All My Loving," "I Saw Her Standing There" and "This Boy."


Troubles We've Seen: A History of Journalism in Wartime: Part 2  1994 Foreign (French) Rated: NR

Troubles We've Seen: A History of Journalism in Wartime  1994  2.1 ★ Documentaries Rated: NR
Filmed largely in Sarajevo during the bitter Bosnian War, this provocative documentary from filmmaker Marcel Ophüls dissects the complex ethical and moral challenges that face journalists who report on armed conflicts. Paying attention to the Western media's proclivity for oversimplify war reporting, this film features interviews with scores of influential politicians, philosophers and journalists, such as Walter Cronkite and Christiane Amanpour.


Troubles We've Seen: A History of...  1994 Rated: NR
Filmed largely in Sarajevo during the bitter Bosnian War, this provocative documentary from filmmaker Marcel Ophüls dissects the complex ethical and moral challenges that face journalists who report on armed conflicts. Paying attention to the Western media's proclivity for oversimplify war reporting, this film features interviews with scores of influential politicians, philosophers and journalists, such as Walter Cronkite and Christiane Amanpour.


We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story  1993  4.0 ★ 72 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: G
Brilliant scientist Captain Neweyes travels through time to the age of the dinosaurs. There, he uses his special Brain Grain cereal to transform Rex and his pals from hungry predators to charming and intelligent beasts.


We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story  1993  3.9 ★ 72 mins Children & Family Rated: G
Brilliant scientist Captain Neweyes travels through time to the age of the dinosaurs. There, he uses his special Brain Grain cereal to transform Rex and his pals from hungry predators to charming and intelligent beasts.


Dinosaur! The Tale of an Egg  1991  3.3 ★ 60 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Venerable anchorman Walter Cronkite hosts this fascinating look at dinosaur evolution, taking viewers on a journey that brings them face-to-face with the first dinosaur eggs ever discovered and reveals details about dinos' parenting skills. Cronkite also takes up the question of whether dino babies were cuddly and explains how to distinguish bones from rock. Joining Cronkite is one of the paleontologists who dug up Sue, the most complete T. Rex.


Dinosaur! The Tale of a Bone  1991  3.1 ★ 60 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Legendary anchorman Walter Cronkite turns his journalist's eye to the confoundingly colossal creatures that predated humans by millions of years and the "bone rush" that ensued to uncover their remains during the 1870s. From the pioneering paleontologists who risked their lives to recover fossilized dino bones to the scientists working today to reconstruct the Jurassic giants, the film sheds light on a range of important dinosaur discoveries.


Man on the Moon with Walter Cronkite  1989  3.0 ★ 120 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Relive humankind's incredible accomplishment of walking on the moon in this program that presents highlights of Walter Cronkite and the CBS News Team's comprehensive coverage of the thrilling nine-day Apollo 11 mission. Then, Cronkite reports on the treacherous voyage of Apollo 13, as the brave crew struggles to regain control after an explosion rips through the ship hundreds of thousands of miles above Earth.


Man on the Moon with Walter Cronkite  1989  3.0 ★ 120 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Relive humankind's incredible accomplishment of walking on the moon in this program that presents highlights of Walter Cronkite and the CBS News Team's comprehensive coverage of the thrilling nine-day Apollo 11 mission. Then, Cronkite reports on the treacherous voyage of Apollo 13, as the brave crew struggles to regain control after an explosion rips through the ship hundreds of thousands of miles above Earth.


The Dream Is Alive: IMAX  1985  3.4 ★ 35 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Narrated by American broadcast journalist Walter Cronkite, this documentary takes viewers on an exciting journey over the Earth as it chronicles mankind's accomplishments in the realm of space exploration. The program highlights the space shuttle, from its design and construction to life onboard the craft. It also presents a behind-the-scenes picture of the astronauts' daily activities and the rigorous training they undergo before traveling.


The Dream Is Alive: IMAX  1985  3.4 ★ 35 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Narrated by American broadcast journalist Walter Cronkite, this documentary takes viewers on an exciting journey over the Earth as it chronicles mankind's accomplishments in the realm of space exploration. The program highlights the space shuttle, from its design and construction to life onboard the craft. It also presents a behind-the-scenes picture of the astronauts' daily activities and the rigorous training they undergo before traveling.


War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite: Disc 1  1982 160 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the program.


War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite: Disc 2  1982 160 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the program.


War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite: Disc 3  1982 160 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the third part of the program.


War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite  1982  3.0 ★ 480 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Veteran newsman Walter Cronkite narrates this extensive history of the Pacific theater in World War II, from the rise of Japanese aggression before the war, to the ferocious battles that marked the conflict, to Victory over Japan Day in 1945. Archival combat footage, interviews with American and Japanese veterans, accounts of kamikaze missions and more combine to shed light on this pivotal era in world history.


War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite: Disc 1  1982 160 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the program.


War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite: Disc 2  1982 160 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the program.


War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite: Disc 3  1982 160 mins Documentary Rated: NR
This disc includes the third part of the program.


You Are There: The American Revolution and George Washington  1953  2.7 ★ 50 mins Television
Newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated famous historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode depicts the crucible of the American Revolution and how it helped define George Washington.


You Are There: Discovery and Mutiny  1953  2.4 ★ 50 mins Television
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that aired in the 1950s. Hosted by reporters such as Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated important historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode recounts Mexico's colonization, the American colonists' rebellion and the 1787 mutiny on the &NFi;H.M.S. Bounty&...


You Are There: Abraham Lincoln's Greatest Moments / The Emancipation Proclamation  1953  2.7 ★ 50 mins Television
Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Mike Wallace, the show investigated significant historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode recreates highlights from the life of Abraham Lincoln (the Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address).


You Are There: Abraham Lincoln's Greatest Moments / The Emancipation Proclamation  1953  2.7 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Mike Wallace, the show investigated significant historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode recreates highlights from the life of Abraham Lincoln (the Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address).


You Are There: Jefferson Makes a Difference  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Illustrious newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by correspondents such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the program investigated prominent historical events as though they were breaking news. This show centers on the two-term presidency of Thomas Jefferson.


You Are There: The American Revolution and George Washington  1953  2.7 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated famous historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode depicts the crucible of the American Revolution and how it helped define George Washington.


You Are There: The American Revolution Prepares  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Renowned newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by the likes of Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the show investigated key historical events as though they were breaking news. This chapter spotlights the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party.


You Are There: America Grows Up  1953  2.3 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by correspondents such as Charles Collingwood, the show investigated noteworthy historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode chronicles the downfall of New York City's corrupt political kingmaker William "Boss" Tweed and the Great Comstock Silver Strike.


You Are There: Invasion  1953  2.5 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Legendary newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by broadcasters such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the show investigated famous historical events as though they were breaking news. This program covers the 1944 D-Day invasion and Paris' liberation during World War II.


You Are There: Two Dramatic Flights  1953  2.5 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated major historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode covers early aeronautic history, including the Wright Brothers' first flight in Kitty Hawk, N.C., and the Graf Spee's final hours.


You Are There: World War II Begins  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: R
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by correspondents such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the show investigated key historical events as though they were breaking news. This volume chronicles World War II's initial battles, including Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor and Adolf Hitler's invasion of Poland.


You Are There: Discovery and Mutiny  1953  2.3 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that aired in the 1950s. Hosted by reporters such as Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated important historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode recounts Mexico's colonization, the American colonists' rebellion and the 1787 mutiny on the &NFi;H.M.S. Bounty&...


You Are There: The Outlaws  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Newscaster Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by the likes of Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated famed historical events as though they were breaking news. This volume focuses on such notorious outlaws as the Dalton Gang and the gunfight at the O.K. Corral.


You Are There: Ancient Greece  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Legendary newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the show investigated notable historical events as though they were breaking news. This installment focuses on ancient Greece, Alexander the Great and the death of Socrates.


You Are There: The Outlaws  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins Television
Newscaster Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by the likes of Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated famed historical events as though they were breaking news. This volume focuses on such notorious outlaws as the Dalton Gang and the gunfight at the O.K. Corral.


You Are There: Ancient Greece  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins Television
Legendary newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the show investigated notable historical events as though they were breaking news. This installment focuses on ancient Greece, Alexander the Great and the death of Socrates.


You Are There: Jefferson Makes a Difference  1953  2.6 ★ 50 mins Television
Illustrious newsman Walter Cronkite's stentorian pronouncement "You are there" -- an armchair witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular television series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by correspondents such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the program investigated prominent historical events as though they were breaking news. This show centers on the two-term presidency of Thomas Jefferson.


You Are There: World War II Begins  1953  2.7 ★ 50 mins Television
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's greatest moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that aired from 1953-1957. Hosted by correspondents such as Charles Collingwood and Mike Wallace, the show investigated key historical events as though they were breaking news. This volume chronicles World War II's initial battles, including Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor and Adolf Hitler's invasion of Poland.


You Are There: Two Dramatic Flights  1953  2.5 ★ 50 mins Television
Walter Cronkite's pronouncement "You are there" -- a witness to history's great moments -- greeted viewers of this popular TV series that ran from 1953-1957. Hosted by journalists such as Mike Wallace and Charles Collingwood, the show investigated major historical events as though they were breaking news. This episode covers early aeronautic history, including the Wright Brothers' first flight in Kitty Hawk, N.C., and the Graf Spee's final hours.

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