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Director: David Wallace

Cast: Michael Wood


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Pbs (Direct)
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[B&W, Wide Screen, Color]
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
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Closed Caption

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Conquistadors
1. Introduction: The Fall of the Aztecs [4:38]
2. The Aztecs and Europeans Meet [11:29]
3. Heading Inland [6:20]
4. Compadres Push On- and Make Alliances [14:15]
5. Relations Sour [9:56]
6. The Net Tightens on the Aztecs [8:16]
7. On the Ancient Inca Road [7:35]
8. Into the Andes [4:44]
9. Spanish Taking Gold and Killing Incan Leaders [14:00]
10. Cuzco: The Beginning of Profane Time [7:34]
11. The Incan Empire Divided [6:41]
12. Hunting- or the Hunted? [7:20]
13. Incan Leader Finally Caught [6:11]
14. Credits [1:20]
1. Introduction: The Search for El Dorado [:03]
2. Pizarro and Orellana's Journey [5:38]
3. Orellana Deserts Pizarro [13:11]
4. The Trip Turns Into An Epic Journey of Discovery [11:34]
5. Stopover in Amazonia Before Reaching the Ocean [6:45]
6. Covering Their Tracks - and Sailing On [5:52]
7. Orellana's Second Journey [8:07]
8. All the World is Human [3:32]
9. Cabeza de Vaca's Expedition [6:45]
10. From Conquistador to Slave [6:24]
11. Walking to Freedom [6:10]
12. A Man Caught Between Two Cultures [11:21]
13. No Happy Ending to the Story [13:39]
14. The Justice of Conquest [5:15]
15. Credits [5:16]

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Conquistadors 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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McGow62 More than 1 year ago
Like his previous films, In Search of the Trojan War, In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great and In Search of Shakespeare, Michael Wood once gain delivers a great documentary in Conquistodors. By following in the footsteps of Hernan Cortez,Franscisco Orellana,Cabeza de Vaca and the Pizarro brothers Michael Wood uses actual locations and modern day populations to tell the story of the conquest of the New World and what it cost us in historical and emotional terms.This is a film that should be seen by everyone.