War & Remembrance 1-7

War & Remembrance 1-7

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Product Details

Release Date:
08/31/2004
UPC:
0030306764795
Rating:
NR
Source:
Mpi Home Video
Time:
13:30:00

Special Features

Interviews with the actors, Herman Wouk and production personnel, including director Dan Curtis; The featurette, "War and Remembrance - A Living History"; A new documentary, "The Making of War and Remembrance"

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Introduction [4:21]
2. Main Title [2:37]
3. Happy Family [10:17]
4. Warning From Rabinowitz [11:47]
5. Auschwitz [15:08]
6. Singapore [6:12]
7. Devilfish Attack [28:19]
8. Malay Peninsula [7:48]
9. Trouble on the Eastern Front [10:20]
10. Churchill's Christmas Wish [13:03]
11. Prisoners at the Camp [9:03]
12. Aster's Success [5:24]
13. On the Redeemer [11:11]
14. End Credits [2:40]
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. Main Title [2:40]
2. Natalie's Letter [10:11]
3. Word to the Wise [7:37]
4. Wannsee Protocol [10:13]
5. Authentication [4:29]
6. Hegemony Conversation [9:43]
7. Singapore Falls [7:40]
8. Case Blue [5:43]
9. Doolittle Raid [10:24]
10. Eichmann Visits Beck [11:46]
11. Himmler's Tour [13:18]
12. White Cottage Gassing [33:41]
13. Escape From Siena [13:37]
14. End Credits [2:39]
Side #3 -- Disc 3
1. Main Title [2:31]
2. Celebrating [21:44]
3. Battle of Midway [20:49]
4. Searching for the Enemy [8:18]
5. Byron's Return [15:45]
6. Regroup and Attack [8:51]
7. Night Landing [7:15]
8. Letter to Rhonda [6:53]
9. Incomplete Family [11:49]
10. Pamela and Rhoda [4:23]
11. Churchill and Hopkins [3:08]
12. Aaron and Natalie [2:43]
13. End Credits [2:39]
1. Main Title [2:23]
2. Eluding Beck [15:26]
3. News From Rabinowitz [4:30]
4. Rhoda and Kirby [10:07]
5. Meeting With Hitler [9:57]
6. Boat to Corsica [3:34]
7. Rhoda and Peters [8:00]
8. Destination Marseilles [8:12]
9. Mendelson House [10:35]
10. Byron's Transfer [1:15]
11. Reunion [7:05]
12. End Credits [2:40]
Side #4 -- Disc 4
1. Main Title [2:19]
2. Father and Son [14:45]
3. El-Alamein Breakthrough [9:45]
4. Tudsbury in North Africa [2:34]
5. Exit Visas [1:47]
6. Turning Point [7:38]
7. Bad News From Embassy [7:58]
8. Arrival in Lourdes [4:14]
9. Hitler's Stalingrad Crisis [7:39]
10. Crematoriums [18:11]
11. Battle of Guadalcanal [18:25]
12. End Credits [2:40]
1. Main Title [2:29]
2. Pug and Rhoda [9:18]
3. A Visit With F.D.R. [5:05]
4. Lies [7:14]
5. New Year's Party [4:39]
6. Plotting Natalie's Return [6:12]
7. Assignment: Russia [11:29]
8. Arrival in Germany [8:40]
9. Honolulu Romance [5:46]
10. Unconditional Surrender [3:32]
11. Two Victories [9:23]
12. British Embassy Party [6:46]
13. Pug in Moscow [15:45]
14. Emergency Surgery [5:45]
15. Surprise in Paris [6:38]
16. End Credits [2:40]
Side #5 -- Disc 5
1. Main Title [2:19]
2. A Date at the Opera [12:42]
3. Back to Baden-Baden [8:28]
4. Babi Yar Massacre [10:53]
5. Mutterperl's Revenge [8:01]
6. Clean Sweep [19:41]
7. Rendezvous In Hawaii [6:57]
8. Escape [2:28]
9. Rommel Advises Hitler [11:06]
10. Moscow [9:32]
11. Rescue "Il Duce" [3:44]
12. Theresienstadt [19:09]
13. End Credits [2:39]

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Guest More than 1 year ago
A worthy follow-up to 1983's epic miniseries "The Winds of War," but it takes a bit of getting used to, due to the major casting changes. Jane Seymour's Natalie is timid and mousy, Hart Bochner's Byron is a non-entity, and Steven Berkoff's Hitler is over-the-top looney tunes. Fortunately, a large portion of the original cast do return, and John Gielgud's Aaron and Barry Bostwick's 'Lady' Aster are welcome additions.
BobECA More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed to find that the set I ordered was incomplete. I believe there are at least 10 DVD's to a complete set. You receive only 6 leaving you wondering what happened to the characters. I wonder why they don't let you know that the set they are selling is incomplete?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Winds of War was flawed by bad casting of pivotal roles with Ali McGraw and Jan Michael Vincent. Both seemed too old and arrogant and just plain annoying. The recast of Jane Seymour and Hart Bochner for War and Remembrance was a brilliant correction which made the sequel far superior to Winds of War.
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