Original air date: 11/11/2014 Runtime: 18:09 min. Oscar-winning director John Ford, who shot most of this Academy Award-winning documentary himself, was seriously wounded during its filming. The footage was captured during the actual attack by Japan. In color. Includes narration by actor Henry Fonda.
Original air date: 11/11/2014 Runtime: 81:46 min. The longer version of Academy Award-winner John Fordu2019s Oscar-winning short film (1944) about the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Includes actual and re-created footage of the attacks. Features Walter Huston. Viewer discretion is advised.
Original air date: 11/11/2014 Runtime: 28:50 min. This film, narrated by Oscar-nominated actor Raymond Massey, shows the life of a man who is a symbol and a leader of one of the greatest military victories ever won by the U.S.: Dwight D. Eisenhower. Introduction by Academy Award-winner Walter Matthau.
Original air date: 11/11/2014 Runtime: 28:34 min. The story of General Omar N. Bradley, a man of quiet dignity, yet he had a punch that packed a terrific wallop. Find out what made him one of Americau2019s most successful Army generals. Introduction by Academy Award-winning actor Walter Matthau.
Original air date: 11/11/2014 Runtime: 75:00 min. A grim account of the Nuremberg trials from 1946. The courtroom was dominated by a large movie screen upon which the prosecution showed films of Nazi atrocities. Much of this footage was confiscated from Nazi officials. Viewer discretion is advised.
Original air date: 11/11/2014 Runtime: 57:55 min. This once-banned masterpiece by Oscar-winning director John Huston has been hailed as one of the greatest war films ever. The 1946 film, narrated by Oscar-winner Walter Huston, is an emotional look at the subject of war and its impact on the human psyche.