For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots

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Halle Berry hosts this eye-opening account of the African-American contribution to the United States military, beginning with the role of black soldiers in the American Revolution and spanning to the African-American experience in Iraq. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Halle Berry hosts this eye-opening account of the African-American contribution to the United States military, beginning with the role of black soldiers in the American Revolution and spanning to the African-American experience in Iraq. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/9/2010
  • UPC: 898842000902
  • Original Release: 2010
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  • Source: Melee
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 4:00:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Halle Berry Participant
Avery Brooks Voice Only
John Amos Voice Only
Angela Bassett Voice Only
Tom Berenger Voice Only
Roscoe Lee Browne Voice Only
LeVar Burton Voice Only
Chris Cooper Voice Only
Barry Corbin Voice Only
Bill Cosby Voice Only
Walter Cronkite Voice Only
Ossie Davis Voice Only
Ruby Dee Voice Only
Michael Clarke Duncan Voice Only
Charles S. Dutton Voice Only
Robert Duvall Voice Only
James Garner Voice Only
Mel Gibson Voice Only
Danny Glover Voice Only
John Goodman Voice Only
Louis Gossett Jr. Voice Only
Isaac Hayes Voice Only
Dulé Hill Voice Only
Ice-T Voice Only
Kris Kristofferson Voice Only
Eriq La Salle Voice Only
Delroy Lindo Voice Only
Jesse L. Martin Voice Only
Harold Perrineau Jr. Voice Only
Jonathan Pryce Voice Only
Alan Rickman Voice Only
Cliff Robertson Voice Only
Susan Sarandon Voice Only
Ron Silver Voice Only
Donald Sutherland Voice Only
Larenz Tate Voice Only
Robert Townsend Voice Only
Glynn Turman Voice Only
Blair Underwood Voice Only
Courtney Vance Voice Only
Isaiah Washington Voice Only
Alfre Woodard Voice Only
Technical Credits
Frank Martin Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Lawrence H. Brown Score Composer
Christopher R. Burke Cinematographer
Kevin Clark Executive Producer
Dennis Considine Executive Producer
James Crite Original Story, Producer
John William Doyrk Score Composer
Hillard Elkins Executive Producer
Louis Gossett Jr. Executive Producer
Kim Haun Cinematographer
Richard Hull Executive Producer
Alan Lindgren Score Composer
Rudy Poe Producer
Jack Sherman Editor
Jeff Stetson Original Story, Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots
1. Introduction [1:52]
2. Main Title & Credits [1:56]
3. The Revolution [1:52]
4. The British Are Coming [1:43]
5. Washington Takes Command [5:10]
6. 1st Rhode Island Regiment [1:30]
7. E Pluribus Unum [1:19]
8. The War of 1812 [:59]
9. Black Men at Sea [3:12]
10. The Battle of New Orleans [4:17]
11. The Abolitionists [2:16]
12. The Civil War [2:01]
13. Black Can't Fight [2:25]
14. The Gunboat Planter [1:33]
15. Emancipation [2:21]
16. Port Hudson [2:17]
17. The Massachusetts 54th [2:58]
18. My Dear Wife [3:34]
19. Harriet Tubman [3:18]
20. The Battle for Richmond [8:44]
21. Reconstruction [2:23]
22. Buffalo Soldiers [1:18]
23. Save the Last Bullet for Yourself [3:28]
24. Mr. Flopper Goes to West Point [4:04]
25. Cuba [4:15]
26. The Brownsville Incident [1:05]
27. The Great War [2:09]
28. Desperate Times [2:16]
29. The Harlem Hellfighters [7:40]
30. The Battle of Henry Johnson [1:34]
31. Hell [2:07]
32. The Champangne Offensive [6:30]
33. Its Over [4:18]
34. Strange Fruit [1:24]
35. World War II [1:18]
36. The First Hero [3:56]
37. Double "V" [:44]
38. The Montford Point Marines [2:18]
39. The 555th & the 6888th [2:45]
40. Credits [4:37]
1. Introduction [1:52]
2. Main Title & Credits [1:55]
3. Previously in Part 1 [1:23]
4. World War II - Part 2 [:32]
5. USS Mason [:52]
6. D-Day [2:07]
7. Buffalo Soldiers in Italy [4:04]
8. What Is the Negro Fighting for [4:29]
9. The Tuskegee Airman [1:13]
10. In the Navy [3:59]
11. To the Front [3:02]
12. Iwo Jima [7:36]
13. Liberation [4:03]
14. Lynched [3:35]
15. Korea [2:20]
16. Yechon [1:26]
17. Chapple James [2:34]
18. North to Disaster [2:46]
19. Desegregation [3:33]
20. Harry Moore [3:57]
21. Vietnam [1:51]
22. The Long Green Line [1:32]
23. Ia Drang [2:53]
24. The Hanoi Hilton [4:21]
25. Dangerouos Work [5:36]
26. Back Home [3:21]
27. Black Power [3:09]
28. Peace With Honor [1:56]
29. The Middle East [4:01]
30. Beirut [1:01]
31. The Mother of All Battles [3:57]
32. Recognition [3:49]
33. Terrorists Come to America [4:44]
34. Fighting Back [1:37]
35. On to Baghdad [2:23]
36. The First Black Commander in Chief [4:06]
37. Conclusion [1:30]
38. Credits [1:53]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots
   Play Part 1
   Play Part 2
   Part 1 Chapters
      Introduction
      The Revolution
      The War of 1812
      The Civil War
      Buffalo Soldiers
      The Great War
      World War II
   Part 2 Chapters
      Introduction
      World War II - Part 2
      Korea
      Vietnam
      The Middle East
   Extras
      Deleted Scenes
         The James Forten Story
         Red Tail Combat
         Civil Rights
      Bonus Archival Footage
         Remember the Main
         Over There
         In France
         The 369th Infantry Comes Home
         The Pacific Theatre
         Tuskegee Airmen Graduation
         The "Red Tails" in Flight
         Major Charity Adams
         Combat Troops in Italy
         Artillery Unit
         On Patrol
         Combat Casualties Airlift
         Pow's Return
         The Road to Baghdad
      Photo Montage
   Setup
      Subtitles Settings: On
      Subtitles Settings: Off
      Audio Setup
         5.1 Surround
         2.0 Stereo
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